Disneyland and Shakespeare?

Every American that has been through high school has probably read Shakespeare at least once in his/her lifetime. From Romeo and Juliet to Julius Caesar to Hamlet, Shakespeare’s plays are known throughout the world, and have created many of the prototypes and cliches seen in literature today. However, most students hate Shakespeare. It’s hard to […]

Viewing “Single Awareness Day” in a Better Light

This is dedicated to all you single people… To many people out there, Valentine’s Day is a day filled with love, cheer, and happiness, a special day to be spent with that special someone. But to many others, it simply serves as a grim reminder of their single (aka “forever alone”) status. That’s why every […]

Hey Class, Let’s TWEET!

When we’re in a traditional classroom setting, no one really thinks of using social media to be conducive to school work. Social media is usually banned in classrooms, and technology is not as used as it should be. When you think of class discussions, no one ever thinks of tweeting, right? Our English teacher discovered […]

Innovation, What is it Exactly?

What is innovation exactly? My english teacher announced at the beginning of the school year, that we would be doing an innovation project, and starting the idea farming movement. At first, all the students were pretty flabbergasted. What? What… is idea farming? What… is an innovation project? What is innovation in the first place? It […]