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Keeping it SWEET

Senior Isabel Hoppmann recaps  tips from expert entrepreneurs. She shared what she found most valuable from her previous interviews.

Gabrielle Guido, Web Editor

September 24, 2020

Even as a young girl, senior Isabel Hoppmann longed to be an entrepreneur. Now, she is taking her interest further by establishing her own company to give young girls the tools to start businesses.  Her two-month-old company, Successful Women Entrepreneurs Everywhere Today, motivates middle and ...

A lifestyle ‘Worth’ her time

A lifestyle 'Worth' her time

Cece Giarman, Editor-in-Chief

May 24, 2018

After waking up at 5:30 a.m. for her daily pilates-inspired workout, junior Worth Taylor starts every week making a batch of homemade nut milk and preparing the day’s picture-perfect, nutrient-packed, organic breakfast before she heads to school. Once she finishes her homework, Taylor spends her afternoons wri...

Social media users garner a following

Social media users garner a following

Alyssa Alvarez, Sports Editor

September 26, 2016

With a simple click of the “Share” button on Instagram, senior Lillian Lachman can share a photo with her 7,094 followers. Of that number, about 700 of them like her pictures. Numerous unknown users follow Lachman because of her standing as a model and actress. “I do not know all of my fol...

Social media protects consumers

Social media protects consumers

Asha Khanna, Senior Reporter

March 16, 2016

Sophomore Tess Wilmoth was scrolling through her Instagram feed when she saw a post of a mascara she was interested in buying, but reading the comments changed her opinion. “The packaging said you would get long and thick eyelashes, and it was supposed to make them natural looking,” Wilmoth sa...

Teens feed into binge culture

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Liana Lum, Editor-in-Chief

April 30, 2015

Liana Lum News Editor From Netflix to Instagram and Spotify to PostMates, teenagers are consuming services and products on demand, contributing to an increase in consumer culture. “Consumer culture is spending money on things everyday that you probably didn’t need,” junior Rebecca Bruce said. “I think of the buy and throw out cycle.” Consumption be...

Facebook dominates competition despite social media start-ups

1 in 3 online teens have experienced online harrassment. Source: RACHEL FUNG | The Broadview

May 26, 2012

Rebecca Siegel Design Editor Tumblr, Twitter and YouTube may be dynamic options for social media allowing access 24/7 via a smartphone, but the majority of American teens have crowned Facebook as the social media King. Eighty-nine percent of social media users between the ages of 12 and 1...

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