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Not all Asians are the Same

Raised in a normal Korean family in a multicultural environment, I always thought that I was just a normal girl with a normal background. But ever since I moved to Tallahassee, things...

Be the Change

While October is viewed as a month full of spooky stories, sweet candy and fall weather, there is a deeper meaning to the month that individuals often miss. October is National Bullying...

The Time is Now

On Sept. 17, another serious car accident occured on North Meridian Road involving a Chiles High School student leaving him in critical condition. Aside from the physical closeness of this accident, many...

Enhancing Well-being

It is only a month into a new school year, and students have already been given numerous assignments and tests. In addition to the workload, other common worries surrounding relationships, peer pressure...

Awkward Silence No More

For most students studying is a practice typically considered incredibly boring. That dreadful feeling of sitting in awkward silence reading over the same material till you ultimately give up is something everyone...

Silence is Superior

Every student knows how dreadful studying can be. Many students throughout schools all around the globe resort to music to help improve the boring conditions of studying. The majority of students never...

Advanced Pressure

Choosing new classes for the next school year can be intimidating. When presented with all the different classes that have different labels, it can become overwhelming.  The AP ...

The Future of College Sports

The college sports world was taken by storm back in 2019 when the new rule was passed by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) allowing student-athletes to profit off of their name,...

Suicide Awareness

With September being Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, the subject of mental health is more prevalent in Maclay conversations.  Suicide, as stated by the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention...

Inanimate Comfort

It’s full of rips and tears, but don't judge a book by its cover.  At some point throughout a kid's childhood, they may have received some type of comfort...