Writing from the Imagination

By Jazmine Scott

Photo by Jazmine Scott

Photo by Jazmine Scott

Zoey Henderson is now a rising junior at Burke High School, who is 16 years young. Zoey mentioned that English is one her favorite subjects in school. She enjoys the fact that she can express her feelings through writing. Zoey loves fiction writing. “I like how I can make up anything that wouldn’t come true or be in my imagination,” Zoey said. Zoey has a lot of potential in starting a writing career because she is a very intelligent and outgoing girl. Continue reading

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Shorter School Days: Beneficial to us all

By Zoey Henderson

School is a place known to all, and we all have different opinions about it. Although, most of us would like a week off once in a while. It’s the same routine, day after day, week after week. We wake up in the morning, go to school for eight hours, go back home, do whatever, and go back to sleep. Then the whole cycle starts over again the next day, and it keeps on going until a break, whether winter, spring, or the long awaited summer break.

When you were a child, you used to jump out of bed, so excited to go to school and see your friends. Now, though, you try to sleep as long as you possibly can, take your slow time getting ready, and count the minutes until you can go home. And do you know why? You can’t wait to go home because the school day is just too long. Continue reading

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Oh the places art can go…

By Taylor Prioleau

Photo by Taylor Prioleau

Photo by Taylor Prioleau

There is about a handful amount of ways art inspires someone to express their self; whether it is through the use of their senses or the ability to change anything into an art structure. Whatever it is, the only thing that matters is the dedication of one’s creativity.

I introduce you to Nick Hannah. He is very fascinated with art. Without it, he could be lost like a balloon flowing through a windy sky. With it, he is like a little kid excited for the arrival of his new pet. Continue reading

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Are You Addicted?

By Shaniyah Wrighton

Photo by Shaniyah Wrighton

Photo by Shaniyah Wrighton

Much like the average teenager and college student, keeping up with the latest trends is a must! Valaiyya Smith-Rivers, a rising 11th grader, is a prime example of such. She loves shopping at Wet Seal and American Eagle, some of the most profitable clothing lines selling predominantly to females and males between the ages of 13-25.

“Wet Seal and AE clothes are unique and different,” Valaiyya said. “They allow me to express my personality perfectly!” Continue reading

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The Power of Music

By Nick Hannah

Photo by Nick Hannah

Photo by Nick Hannah

Music has a huge impact on so many people in today’s generation. Whether it’s to help them get through their day, to motivate them before a football game, or just to inspire a young artist who loves music. Taylor Prioleau is among these young artists who all share something in common. Their love of music. Continue reading

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Ferry Ride to Fort Sumter

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A Cheerleader on the Rise

By Leah Turner

Photo by Leah Turner

Photo by Leah Turner

Bria Ford could have been spending her time reading a book, going shopping or just hanging out with friends. Instead, her mother encourages her to do cheerleading. Ever since then, Bria has fallen in love with it. Bria enjoys cheerleading for Goose Creek High School and enjoys doing fundraisers with them too. Continue reading

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