This is a monthly column recollecting the events of the past month. This is not actual news, just the month as we remember it. If you are in any way triggered by this column, that’s unfortunate because you are not, in fact, the author of this column. Too bad.
“Personally, I learned how to read a backcountry map and push myself to my fullest potential, I really didn’t know I was capable of hiking as much as I did with all the gear I had on! The trip definitely inspired me to spend more time in the backcountry because backcountry experiences have so much to offer with the views, the company, endurance, and my favorite: the incredible skiing.”
With the new off-campus lunch option for Juniors, the question arises: What can you do in 33 minutes?
It was the year 1824, when the demand for cotton was on the rise and so was the ownership of slaves. The market for slaves was at an all time high, forcing slaves to partake in back breaking work. Child slavery was also common; they did hard work and often got punished for not being able to do the things adults could, resulting in many of the child slaves dying before the age of maturity.
When we discuss who are, we proceed to speak on what we have accomplished and what we have been through in our lives. This self-assessment is drawn from the uncertainty of our conclusion. This piece isn’t meant to sway who you believe you are or convince you that what I have experienced is exactly how to find yourself, but to share my personal experience voyaging into the abyss of realization and the depths of the inner soul.
Rhino horn trading was just legalized in South Africa, with the hope that it would help local farmers, but some worry that it will have drastically negative effects.
“She had smoke in her eyes and death at her back.”