Author Archives: Alexis Guzzardo

The Last Page

Fahrenheit 451 is a novel by an American writer Ray Bradbury, first published in 1953. It is regarded as one of his best works. It presents a future American society where books are outlawed, and firemen are ordered to burn any that are found. Our society is similar with paper books except they aren’t outlawed; we will be responsible for

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The Pressure is on

The Pressure is on Q: What is your full name? A: My name is Zach Vigue. Q: What school do you currently attend? A: I go to Apex High School. Q: What class are you in? A: I’m a Junior. Q: What sport are you presently playing? A: Right now, I’m playing spring Varsity Lacrosse. Q: How well do you

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Are Schools Killing Creativity?

Are Schools Killing Creativity? Every education system in America teaches the same main subjects; mathematics, sciences, and languages are given a higher priority than humanities courses, and humanities courses are given more attention than creative art courses. The education system focuses more on the child’s critical thinking ability rather than their creative skills. I’ve attended three different high schools in

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Save the Elephants

Save the Elephants The 1941 film Dumbo was an admired film that had taken the world by storm, and Disney’s new live-action version will help audiences to fall in love with the story all over again. With new generations growing they’ll ask what Dumbo is, (he’s an elephant, of course) but with the increase of elephant poaching the next generation

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Wearing the Uniform

A legendary quote from Pink Floyd, “We don’t need no education,  we don’t need no thought control”from the hit song, “Another Brick in the Wall” really captures the concept on how the world is watching you, controlling you, and just being another brick in the wall. Today society has become very fixated on the fact of direct and social pressure,

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