• July 27, 2021

The Scoop on the Local Ice Cream Scene

Most people agree Memorial Day ushers in the summer season.  Here in Raleigh, that summer season comes with hot and hazy days where you want to run inside to the

Differences in Lifestyles in New Jersey from a Southerner Perspective

During Memorial Day Weekend, my family and I drove up to New Jersey to see family.  Many, including myself, did not realize that there is much difference between the way

Rings By Macon: A Non-Profit Small Buisness

During the COVID-19 pandemic, starting a small business appealed to people of all ages. It was a good way to fill time and make money for those that lost their

Local Job Opp.

For teens in high school money can be essential. The need for money in your adolescence comes from what you prioritize as needs and wants. In the millennial generation money

Dreamville

On April 6 at noon, the gates for the very first Dreamville fest opened with thousands of hip hop fans awaiting. The Dreamville fest kicked off at Dorothea Dix Park,

The Reality of Senioritis

Urban Dictionary defines senioritis as, “a crippling disease that strikes high school seniors…” It goes on to explain common symptoms, including: “laziness” and “an over-excessive wearing of track pants, old

UNCG meeting

Wednesday, March 13, I had the opportunity to actually sit, discuss, and have casual conversation with a University of North Carolina at Greensboro Assistant Director of Admissions. With the opportunity

My Take On Hamlet

Throughout high school, students in every grade level must read an abundance of books for the standard English curriculum. Many times the books are not selections we students are prone