Fair and Square: Why Extending the $15 Minimum Wage to Gig Workers Is Important

by Rochelle C. Pangilinan

What is the gig economy? Well, if you have ordered food or booked a ride through an app, then you have a good idea of what it is. The gig […]

From Paper to Screen: A Beginners’ Guide to Virtual Drawing

by Rochelle C. Pangilinan

When you think of drawing, the first image that probably comes into your mind is a pen and paper. However, did you know that in the mid-1950s, there was a […]

I Want to Write a Novel: How to Get Started (French version available)

by Meghan Brown

Humans are natural storytellers, and one of the ways people like to tell stories is by writing a novel.  Libraries and bookstores are full of novels, and the thought of […]

High School Horror Stories: I Had a Project Partner Who Did Absolutely Nothing

by Tiffany Chang

Depending on the classmates you’re assigned to work with, navigating projects involving multiple people can result in very different scenarios. For those that are best-case, every group member does their […]

Staying at Home Sucks! How to Make the Best of Your At-Home Learning Situation (French version available)

by Tiffany Chang

Obviously, with COVID-19, people have gone into isolation to stay safe. Whether it’s work or leisure activities, many things we’d normally do outside are, for the time being, done at […]

How to Handle Arguments with Friends and What to Do When They Seem to Be Ignoring You

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By Tiffany Chang All relationships have their ups and downs. That’s just a part of life. Whether it’s occasional disagreements, personalities clashing, or even betrayals, navigating them can be difficult, […]