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The Case for Studying International Business: Yemeni Civil War
In 2017, the United States decided to sell more than $110 billion worth of arms to Saudi Arabia, including attack missiles and tanks. This deal may seem like a home run for the United States: jobs were created and the economy was stimulated. Moreover (More)
Advantages of spring sports
It is believed that spring sports do not allow for students to be focused enough on school work, but there are more benefits than negatives that are often looked over. The timing of spring sports puts them around the third and fourth quarters that ar (More)
The Struggle of the end of the Quarter
As the quarter comes to an end, Freedom Eagles scramble to take re-takes, make-up late work and attempt to find extra credit work. It seems as if the end of the quarter is a race against time, bringing upon our cue to bring up weeks worth of grades i (More)
Choosing Courses for the 2019 School Year
As the third quarter comes to an end and fourth quarter draws nearer, Freedom High Schools school counselors begin their meetings with students to plan classes for the following year. Going into this time period of course registration, all I have hea (More)
The Benefits of Business Clubs
If someone had asked me in eighth grade what clubs I thought I would be joining in high school, I would have told them I had no idea. I was part of the coding club for a while and bounced in and out of Model U.N. at Lunsford, but I never really saw a (More)
Speaking the Language of Compassion: Nonviolent Communication
Imagine a world in which compassion was the main mode of communication. Everybody would always know how others were feeling, and we would derive satisfaction from our conversations and encounters. This would mean no more feelings of disappointment or (More)
Why being the do-it-all student isn't worth it
With college admissions season slowly approaching, it can be easy to assume that someone who seems to be involved in every club in school is doing the right thing. In my freshmen and sophomore years, I found myself being this person, and it ended up (More)
Advice from a Senior: Course Recommendations for Current Juniors
It is that time of that year again when students have to decide which courses to take for the following academic year. As a senior who has been through this process many times, I can understand just how difficult it is for juniors to develop a balanc (More)
Analyzing Health Care in India
I remember coming home from school after my first day of fifth grade to my mom crying. My 8-year old cousin in India had passed away after a long battle with Crouzon Syndrome. After going through dozens of surgeries right after his birth, doctors onl (More)
Seeking Another Way Of Learning
Today it seems as though our education system is lacking in providing students with consistent real-world learning experiences, despite often having the ability to do so. Students are stuck in this repetitive cycle of cramming for tests, taking the t (More)
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