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Senior Perspective: Racing Against Time

Senior Perspective: Racing Against Time

by Jasmine Renshaw, Special to the Mirror

February 7, 2017


Filed under Mirror's Best

One day as I struggled to sleep, I began to think and suddenly the memories I had made in the last twelve years came spilling out of the miniature filing cabinets contained within my brain. An overwhelming avalanche of feelings hit me, like regret and nostalgia,  that I had never felt before. I felt...

Same Crap Different Day

Same Crap Different Day

by Allie VanStone

November 25, 2015


Filed under Mirror's Best, Opinion

“Students are bored.” “Students are stressed.” “Students are tired.” “It shouldn’t be this way.” So if this is what a large survey is saying about high school students, why isn’t anything being done about it? We hear all about how students test scores are lower than ever. To ...

The People Matter

by Yarely Gonzalez, Mirror Staff

November 18, 2015


Filed under Mirror's Best, Video

Should It Really Take 3 months To Log on?

Should It Really Take 3 months To Log on?

by Stephanie Halstead

November 11, 2015


Filed under Mirror's Best, Opinion

  School is supposed to be full of responsible adults, right? Well, how come for the first couple of months I couldn't log on to a computer correctly? It may not be as much as the teachers fault as mine, but I seriously could've had more help trying to get all of my computer stuff fig...

When does removing a student from class go too far?

When does removing a student from class go too far?

by Jessica Hayward, Mirror Staff

November 11, 2015


Filed under Mirror's Best, Opinion

In South Carolina recently, a student was forcibly removed from her classroom by a police officer. The student was asked by her teacher to leave the classroom and she refused. The teacher then called the officer, who came into the classroom and asked her to leave. When she still refused, the officer ...

Backpacks should not be in classrooms

Backpacks should not be in classrooms

by Nicole Adams, Mirror Staff

November 11, 2015


Filed under Mirror's Best, Opinion

Backpacks have to go Carrying your books is not that hard.  So why do so many people have a problem with not being allowed to carry them in a book bag to each class? If kids bring their backpacks to class they could also bring things that could kill or hurt someone. Backpacks also take up s...

Tired, Stressed, and Bored

Tired, Stressed, and Bored

by Jaiden Wooster, Arts and Entertainment

November 11, 2015


Filed under A&E, Mirror's Best

How many of your classmates fall asleep in class? How many of them complain about how boring or stressful school is? I know I do all three.   When kids are stressed out, tired, and bored, they are less likely to learn something because they aren’t paying attention. It’s not fair to e...

10 Simple Steps to Eating Clean

10 Simple Steps to Eating Clean

by Dylan Doty, Mirror Staff

November 10, 2015


Filed under FYI, Mirror's Best

Eating healthy is not just good for you, but it also helps make you feel better.  Eating healthy or clean can be complicated if you do not know much about nutrition.  I am hoping I can make your new lifestyle a bit easier The first thing to do is to slowly cut junk food out of your diet.  Dieti...

The best of Rome

The best of Rome

by Sofia Mongardi, Mirror Staff

November 10, 2015


Filed under Cardinal Voices, Mirror's Best

Rome is the Capital of Italy and probably one of the most beautiful cities on the world. Rome is almost 3,000 years old and has been through different historic periods that have changed it and made the city unique. I have been to Rome thousand of time and every time I always found something ne...

How to Get Into the College of Your Choice… Maybe.

How to Get Into the College of Your Choice… Maybe.

by Allie Vanstone, Mirror Staff

November 10, 2015


Filed under FYI, Mirror's Best

I’m no college admissions professional, but I am a senior in high school which is basically the same thing. I’ve spent the past two months writing personal narratives and explaining what unique contributions I will bring to the university classrooms and campus. The first application I ever ...

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