Author Archives: Anthea Phan

Celebrating National Women’s History Month

March’s association with celebrating women originated from International Women’s Day being declared on March 8th in remembrance of an all-women workers’ strike in Petrograd, Russia marking the beginning of the Russian revolution. In 1980, after petitioning from the National Women’s History Project, President Carter declared the week of March 8th National Women’s History Week. The week gained overwhelming support from

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Apex Student Advances onto National Shakespeare Competition

“To be or not to be”is  a famous quote from William Shakespeare’s Hamlet and is instantly recognized by almost any American student. It’s no surprise as about 90% of schools across the United States implement William Shakespeare’s works into their English curriculums. The playwright’s works can even be found in popular films such as 10 Things I Hate About You

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