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A Girl’s Guide To Hosting A Galentine’s Day Party

As the stores roll out the boxes of chocolates, paper doilies and conversation candy hearts we know it’s time for Valentine’s Day once again. But you don’t have to have a boyfriend, fiancé or husband to celebrate this holiday. Lots of people like to celebrate the holiday of loving with [...]

10 FFL Items That You Need For Spring Semester

Spring semester is quickly approaching for high school and college students, and while we’re organizing our planners and textbooks, it’s also time to think about freshening up our wardrobe and school supplies. Spring semester means warmer weather, cooler nights and lots of time spent outdoors. Here are some of the [...]

The Conservative Case for Indigenous Peoples Day

For years, school children have grown up learning that Christopher Columbus sailed the ocean blue in 1492. Most elementary schoolers remember having to learn the names of the Nina, the Pinta and the Santa Maria, and learned the history of Columbus and his men arriving in America. Most Americans don’t [...]

How To Talk to Your Liberal Family Members This Election Season

As midterm elections rapidly approach, politics are becoming the preferred topic at every dinner, class and party across the country. It can be difficult to have these discussions with people who disagree with you, but it can be even harder when it’s a family member. Having constant arguments with a [...]

13 Young Women Share Why They Want To #ConfirmKavanaugh

This week marked the beginning of the Senate Confirmation Hearings for the Supreme Court seat, previously held by Justice Anthony Kennedy. Judge Brett Kavanaugh was nominated by President Trump in early July 2018 for the seat. The last step before he can take the seat is to be confirmed by [...]

A Step-by-Step Guide To Using Your Planner This Year

It’s a tale as old as time: your new planner arrives in the mail in July and you start filling it out immediately. This year, your plan is to never miss a homework assignment or forget about a meeting. Then Fall Break rolls around and you realize you’ve barely touched [...]

13 Patriotic Ways to Celebrate America This Fourth of July

Take a trip to see the original documents Our country was founded on the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights and the Constitution. At the National Archives in Washington DC you can see the real, original copies of all three. Volunteer at your neighborhood fair KATHARINE SCHROEDER FILE [...]