By Sathya Siva
What do you think of when you hear the word saint? Do you think of high-school? A football team? How about a public school logo? Yeah, I didn’t think so. When I think of a saint, I think of a ‘holy person’ depicted in Christianity who is supposedly ‘close to God’. So is our school logo promoting Christianity?
Continue reading “A Complaint on the Richview Saint: It’s Time We Change our Mascot”
I’ve had the pleasure of emailing with some senior Richview students to ask them for their opinions on course selection, and they have many, many great insights to share. Continue reading The Lowdown on Richview’s Courses
Angel answers the question…
“How do you balance going to school and having a part time job?” Continue reading Ask Angel – Balancing Work and School
By Mona Urata
On September 14th, Paris Hilton, heiress and proto-influencer, released a documentary entitled “This is Paris” on YouTube, tackling her fame and the persona she has played for over 2 decades. However, at the heart of her documentary lies the trauma imprinted on her at Provo Canyon school when she was a teenager. Paris has paved the way for other victims to speak up about the abuse experienced at for-profit remote boarding schools known as the “troubled teen” industry. Continue reading The “Troubled Teen” Industry
School can be a stressful place for everyone, there’s no doubt about it. But sometimes, certain aspects can be especially demanding, depending on the person. High heart rate, shallow breathing, and an endless amount of thoughts — you guessed it, anxiety. It’s not a very fun thing to have, and it definitely isn’t easy to deal with either. Thankfully, there are quite a few people … Continue reading Managing Anxiety
As high school students, we can all relate to the overwhelming stress, the agonizing drama from peers and the never ending lengths of self discovery we face. In Catherine Lo’s first ever novel, How it Ends, the struggles and hardships of many teens are highlighted and brought to life. How it Ends tells the story of two girls, Annie and Jess. In this best friends-at-first-sight tale, … Continue reading How it Ends: A Summary & Review
Sitting at the table for the past three hours, and a blank page screaming at you to get your life together, to start writing already, was definitely not helping anyone calm down. Every time you put pen to paper, another project or problem would pop into your head, until you had assignments, people, places, dates, floating around, until all you could think about was slamming … Continue reading How to Conquer the Monster: Stress!
High school is where a lot of us make the friends that we keep for life and it is also where we develop our own study habits which stay with us for the rest of our lives. Just like many other habits, the sooner you start practicing and developing them, the higher the chance is that you will continue them. With education and studying, it … Continue reading Study Tips & How to be Successful in High School