In the second installment of her “Little House on the Prairie” series, Phoenix Robertson discussed the importance of the portrayal of mental health and mental health awareness on the “Little House on the Prairie”. Continue reading Mental Health on the Prairie
Eli debates whether or not trans people should be allowed to exist. Continue reading Why Shouldn’t Trans People Be Allowed To Exist?
This article talks about depression. If you are experiencing suicidal thoughts, call 988 or text 741-741. If you would like to speak with an LGBTQ+ specific line, text 678-678 or call 1-866-488-7386. You deserve to be here. Have a wonderful … Continue reading Is It Senioritis, Depression, or Burnout?
Marlee Billiter expresses the sad misconceptions surrounding mental health. Continue reading The Misconceptions of Mental Health
Living with disability in America, staffer Nicole Chedraoui gives her stance on the need for universal healthcare. Continue reading The Public Health Crisis: A Demand for Universal Healthcare
Calling all caffeine addicts! This week Herald staffer Nicole Chedraoui shows us the good, bad, and ugly of Caffeine. Read on to see what caffeine can really do! Continue reading Caffeine: Guilty Pleasure or Legalized Drug?
This week Herald staffer Nicole Chedraoui commemorates the 5 year anniversary of her chronic illness. Today she comes to us with 5 things you should never say to a survivor. Continue reading 5 Things to Never Say to A Chronically Ill Person (From a Chronically Ill person)
How has your 2022 been so far? Have you accomplished your goals, do you feel inspired? If you’re in need of a quarterly pick-me-up, keep reading:) Continue reading How To Be “That Girl”
It was decided that on March 7th, 2022, Wake County students will no longer be required to wear masks inside the school building. Continue reading Mask Mandates to End in Wake County Schools
February 20-27th was National Eating Disorder Awareness Week. This week, Hailey talks about her struggles with her mental health and body dysmorphia. I hope you don’t feel alone. My dm’s are always open @haileycostar Continue reading National Eating Disorder Awareness Week
By: Anna Cox Social media’s place in society has diversified over it’s 25 year existence, starting with the site Six Degrees in 1997. The initial purpose was for communication and business promotion, but now it can be used for a … Continue reading Do Social Media Platforms Care About Covid Misinformation?
This week Nicole Chedraoui goes through a timeline of Billie Eillish’s new hit documentary, “The World’s a Little Blurry.” Continue reading Diving into “The World’s A Little Blurry”