The SJP: New things going on in the Social Justice Pathway

  Field trips: Camping Trip to Little Basin (sophomores and juniors) SJP Speaker Series: Dr. Marilyn Winkleby- Professor of Medicine and homeless advocate Carl Wilkins- Aid worker in Rwandan Genocide Clarence Jones- civil rights lawyer and activist Judge LaDoris Cordell (ret) – Advocate, lawyer, academic, independent police auditor Dr. Adam Banks – Stanford Grad School…

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Essay: Social Media’s Effects on Teenagers

The fluidity of apps such as Facebook and Instagram allowed people of various backgrounds and ideologies the ability to exchange knowledge, information, and ideas on an international level. Social media is defined as applications and websites that give users the ability to share content. In fact, Statista estimates that in 2021, the number of worldwide…

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The Stigma of Vegas

This past summer was quite a hectic one. Volunteer work, a lecture series I participated in and a trip to Nepal, left me with with only sixteen days of downtime for summer break. My family had the perfect cure: “Vegas!” After informing friends, family and all the other necessary parties of our jaunt to Sin…

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U.S. Leaves UNESCO

After World War II, nations faced the problem of rebuilding all that was lost during the war. The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, or UNESCO, was part of the solution to this problem. UNESCO was first founded in 1942, when European countries came together to discuss the issue of postwar education and cultural…

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