By Dean DeSeve
On Wednesday, March 14, thousands of students across the nation exited their classroom. Some student marched in their neighborhoods, other schools, like GFS, spent seventeen minutes in silence. A month earlier, a shooter entered Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School with a modified AR-15 assault rifle and murdered 17 students and faculty. The goal of the wave of activism that spread across the country was to create tougher background checks with the hope of preventing future tragedies. Continue reading Walkout!
Every February, American television is taken over by the Super Bowl frenzy. Some people get swept up by the game: they criticize the referees, yell at the tv, and go crazy when their team scores a touchdown. I interviewed Middle Schoolers and asked them, “Did you enjoy the game, or not?”
Continue reading The Best and Worst of Super Bowl LI
Yelling. Laughing. Talking. Stomping. Doors opening. Lockers slamming. Footsteps falling. Cell phones dinging.
Continue reading Fitting In: A Day in the Life of a Middle Schooler