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Editorial: Teens Don’t Believe Schools Can Respond to Mental Health Needs and Emergencies

Jenna Reiber, Copy Editor May 3, 2021

Since students have been coming back to in-person schools, mental health has been more important for teens than ever before. According to a poll conducted by Navigate360, 53% of teens are more concerned...

“This is My Brave” Pilots Teen Program in Hershey

Katie Jones, Brand Manager October 16, 2019

Over 700 adults have shared their story, now it is time for teams to join the show. Mental health awareness non-profit, This is My Brave, will be piloting their first ever teenager based show at the...

Social Media: What’s the Point?

Social Media: What’s the Point?

Molly Glus, Copy Editor September 28, 2016

Snapchat. Twitter. Instagram. Kik. Facebook. Ask.fm. Tinder. These are only a few names of the apps that have taken over the lives of this generation. Athletic. Attractive. Funny. Smart. Social. Perfect...

A poster reading “Coping With the Cards You Are Dealt” gives young people’s perspectives of coping and handling their disorders. It was worked on by a number of patients to reassure them that they have support and will get better in a matter of time. Taken on November 2, 2015 in the Briarcrest Adolescent Medicine.

Struggling With an Eating Disorder as a Teen

February 8, 2016

By: Abby Shapiro High School may be the hardest years of one’s life before adulthood. “Jamey!  Over here,” calls out one of her best friends, Cassie.  An athletic, healthy girl sits down...

School Should Start Later

January 24, 2016

By Omer Qureshi Teen anxiety, drowsiness, and laziness has been befuddling parents for years, but it has a very basic root. Sleep. Studies show that teens naturally go to bed very late yet our school...

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