Think. Translate. Speak. by Ania Salcedo

Think. Translate. Speak. by Ania Salcedo

Recent studies demonstrate bilingual people to perform better at organizing their thoughts and at controlling multi-tasks. These studies show the advantages of being bilingual, but not the work behind it. Most bilingual people think in their Native language, which is as confusing as it sounds. A trait that supports both the negative and positive effects … Continue reading

Should You Take the PSAT? by Kevin Shan

Should You Take the PSAT? by Kevin Shan

Every October high school sophomores and juniors are presented with the opportunity to take the PSAT, a standardized test administered by the College Board. However, many students do not take the test, and a main reason is because they do not know about the NMSQT side of the test. The full title of the test … Continue reading

iNOguration by Cayden Eliason

iNOguration by Cayden Eliason

1/28/17 Holy Moly. Donald J. Trump is now the President of the United States of America. Not happy about it? Neither is a large amount of the country, including celebrities. Many famous people were outspoken throughout the race for presidency and more seem to be joining them. It has been tradition that celebrities sing on … Continue reading