Welcome back to the exploratory world of high school student journalism, The Q-Review at Quincy HS in Illinois.
Student poetry from a school in St. Louis expresses what it means to kids to be American and continues the tradition of Langston Hughes.
Diving championships come soon, and a champion diver in Arkansas shares a little about what it’s like to excel in this technical sport.
Students think a lot about the recent election; it’s heavy on their minds. Some, like one student in Broomfield, Colo., don’t like what they see so far.
Protests began right after Pres. Trump issued a travel ban on people from certain countries. Even at small airports, college students joined in.
Where does the idea of a birthday party come from? How do you celebrate birthdays? And what, exactly, are you celebrating?
Music affects us in many ways, but can it help us remember what we learn? Studies are equivocal on the question, and it may depend on the individual.
Bullying can affect more than academic performance, though its effects there have been documented. It can lead to suicide if not addressed.
World Hijab Day Wednesday allowed people unfamiliar with Islam to engage their Muslim neighbors, co-workers, and friends, and share what they learn.
How open you are to new experiences and how conscientious you are might be more important than your GPA, and colleges know it.