Negative effects of procrastination and how to overcome them

Many high schoolers suffer from chronic procrastination. These students cannot complete necessary tasks and feel serious stress. Procrastinating in high school causes anxiety and drops in success, which can lead to long term problems. High school students procrastinate for very different reasons than in middle school. Teenagers who plan on applying to college feel a new burden upon entering high school. Suddenly, their schoolwork is … Continue reading Negative effects of procrastination and how to overcome them

Class Officer Election Profile

[columns] [column size=”1″] Class of 2017 President Adam Tucker Adam Tucker did not submit a photo nor a statement. [/column] [columns] [column size=”1″] Vice President Chris Shin As Senior Class Vice President, I’m never gonna to give you up, and I’m never gonna let you down. I am dedicated to serving my class and community, and I never settle for mediocre. Having such an influential … Continue reading Class Officer Election Profile

Fremont guide

Similar to Ballard, Fremont is a super interesting neighborhood with crazy landmarks and quirky people. From the Fremont Troll and the Rocket to the sculpture of Vladimir Lenin, the neighborhood is an adventure waiting to happen. Head over, because a day in Fremont is a good one. Food Brunch – Roux Whether you’re craving chicken and waffles or just plain pancakes, Rue is a perfect, cute Fremont … Continue reading Fremont guide

Downtown Seattle guide

It is a common practice of Seattleites to forget how amazing and fun downtown Seattle really is. Find a parking spot and spend the day eating, walking through the Market, and getting coffee. Food Brunch – Sitka and Spruce Sitka and Spruce is a brunch you dress up for. The spot serves classic, organic brunch favorites, so come with an appetite. Waffles – Sweet Iron  … Continue reading Downtown Seattle guide