«Advice» column

Teen Make-Up 101

October 22nd, 2013; By Jamie

It wasn’t until I was 14 that my father would even allow the sight of lip gloss on me, and only on special occasions. As I started to flirt with […]

Coping with Jealousy

October 22nd, 2013; By Erica Cooper

Jealousy occurs in most human relationships at one time or another. Whether your relationship is an intimate one, a friendship or even co-workers. For most teens there will come a […]

The Importance of Being True to Yourself

September 29th, 2013; By Kevin Sinclair

Each and every single one of us has a unique set of values, beliefs, and even inspirations that make us who we are as individuals. Naturally, as we progress through […]

Interviewing Without Ego

September 24th, 2013; By Nico Mara-McKay

You’ve worked on your resume, sent it out, maybe gone to a few job fairs, and lined up a few interviews. You know your stuff, and what you don’t know […]

Don’t Like Your Boss? Be Nice Anyway

September 24th, 2013; By Erik McKay

The working life can be hard. Poor pay, bad hours, unappealing work and unhelpful co-workers can sometimes seem to follow you from job to job. On top of all that, […]

Following Your Gut Instincts

September 24th, 2013; By Susan Huebert

Making decisions can be tough — not only for the very difficult decisions, but also for the easy ones. Sometimes, people can make life-changing choices in a few moments but […]

Study More Effectively with Art

September 24th, 2013; By Mackenzie Wall

It is a daunting task to study for a multi-chapter unit test. Besides the final exam, those are the tests that every high school student dreads – no matter how […]