Category Archive: Advice Column

Jan 03

Snowboarding Essentials

A lot of people think snowboarding would be or is hard, or have never even gone snowboarding. Or  think it’s hard from the looks of it. One thing I do know is that a lot of people would rather ski than snowboard. And yes, everyone has their opinion on what they would rather do, but …

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Jan 03

Stress Issues

Some people can handle more than others. Some people can more privately hold their feelings. And some people just can’t handle their stress. When you see a student crying in class you might just laugh or wonder in confusion.  But what if that distressed kid cried in class because he couldn’t handle what he was …

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Dec 12

Sports Are More Than Just A Game

For some people, sports are more than just a game, they’re a lifestyle. But when somebody gets injured severely in that sport, it can destroy more than just their love for the sport. Let’s say that they devoted their life to that sport, even their grades, maybe even their career! Many know of friends who …

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May 22

Pros and Cons on Social Media

Social media can be convenient way to socialize, make new friends, and hear about all the greatest trends, but also it can be very dangerous.  Bullying takes a huge role in social media as well as peer pressure as well as teen safety. There are a lot of untrustworthy people that trick children and young …

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May 08

Earbuds, Headphones Do Damage

Have you heard of the headphone brands Beats, Boise, or Skullcandy? Of course you have, they are the escape of today’s youth putting on or in, your headphones and escaping from the world. People who blast their music directly into their ears often don’t realize the negative effect they put their ears through. The designers’ …

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Feb 20

Advice for TCAP

TCAP is known for the most nerve racking test in our school. For tests like this, you have to prepare yourself by getting a good night sleep, having a good and healthy breakfast, and to study. This could only improve your scores. Eighth graders at CRMS have been doing TCAP for six years now and …

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Dec 19

Winter Precautions

{Courtesy of Google Images} It’s past Thanksgiving and we’re now in the month of December. This year we’ve broken record lows and we’ve also already had snow that turned into slippery ice quickly. For the past couple of weeks even people who usually don’t get cold are bundling up to walk to their bus stop …

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Dec 19

Is Listening to Music Productive?

Music can be a very important thing to some middle school students. Some like it just to listen to while working or escaping from problems. There are a ton of different genres of music and many different artists within those genres. Some middle school kids like rap or hip hop and others like rock or …

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Dec 19

NJHS: Getting involved for Scholarships

Photo courtesy of Ortencia Carbajal Do you ever stop to think about what your future plans are? What do you want to be when you grow up? What inspires you? When you stop to think about it, one question you should really ask yourself is; how are you going to get there? Scholarships are given …

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Dec 16

How to Study For a Test

Image courtesy of Google Images   Your teacher just said those dreaded words, “test next week,” but you dont know how to study for it. That’s where this article comes in. It is here to give you tips and tell you facts about studying. For instance, according to us.reachout.com procrastinating is one of the worst …

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