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Think Before You Tweet!
Think Before You Tweet!
Skylar Andrews, Copy Editor

Social media influences your everyday life, whether you realize it or not. You use social media as an outlet to share your personal life with the world. However, social media has the power to determine your position within a job, so watch what you post.     In the process of hiring, employers generally do a background check for those who they see potential in hiring. Social media gives...

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Cell-Phone Policies in the K-12 System: Property Invading or Distraction Preventing?
Joanna Johnson, Co-Editor-in-Chief

Technology is steadily advancing day after day with new gizmos and gadgets to help educate and develop our new skills. Younger generations tend to advance quickly when it comes to new technology, whereas older generations tend to take more time learning its perks.    Kids use their cellphones to text each other, play games and even cheat on tests and assignments, which can cause lots of...

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You can do it if you put your mind to it!
There's A Way to Lay a Successful Foundation Without a College Education
Jaclyn Deason, Copy Editor

Many young adults have been told that they cannot become successful if they do not attend college time and time again. That is not the case, though. There are numerous people who have not attended college and are still successful in life. So, Is It Possible? Yes, to answer your question, you can become successful without getting a college education. Logan Cox, a 25-year-old who did not attend...

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