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The Stigmas of Mental Illness

December 15, 2015

As psychology and science advance, the knowledge and classification of mental illnesses have become more widely known. This provides people who have mental illnesses greater [...]

College Admission Standards

December 15, 2015

College admissions standards have gone up greatly in recent years, creating a large gap between the standards for our applications and those of years past. Many students feel [...]

California rethinks drinking age

December 15, 2015

This month, a ballot initiative was proposed, which would lower the minimum drinking age in California to 18, allowing 18- to 20-year-olds to legally purchase  and consume [...]

The homework of today’s students

December 15, 2015

Today, the typical high schooler averages about three and a half hours of homework every night according to the Los Angeles Times. Teenagers in high school may have a lot of [...]

Trump Campaign Illustrates Issues

November 3, 2015

It has been abundantly clear in recent news that Donald Trump is running for president of the United States. In fact, RealClearPolitics.com averaged poll results and show him [...]

Are School Dress Codes Sexist?

November 3, 2015

As the new class entered and veteran classes returned, Orientation in August contained warm welcomes and much talk about dress code. Reminding students of the restrictions, [...]

ASB’s Increased Control of Clubs

November 3, 2015

During lunch on Wednesday, Sept. 23, ASB Club’s Commissions Board announced a new set of rules and regulations to all presidents of clubs at Leigh High School. Unlike [...]

Validity of Online Tools for Class

November 3, 2015

Technology has increased a great deal in the classroom lately. Leigh’s classes are slowly integrating Chromebooks, everything is done through Google Classroom or Drive, [...]
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