It is the age-old divide, the battle between the right and left sides of the brain. Which is better: the arts or the sciences? Society often seems to directly place science in a higher position, attributing analytical and cognitive thought to that branch of education.
It’s in our mugs, it’s in our veins and it’s even on our phones, if you’re invested enough to download the Starbucks app. It keeps us up at night—not just because it’s on our minds, but because it’s in our brains. Chemically and literally. Ah,
“F is for friends who do stuff together, U is for you and me, N is for anywhere and anyplace at all!” SpongeBob was right—the first step to having fun is making friends. High school is a pivotal point in every student’s life; it’s a
The greater part of our adolescent lives has been spent in apprehensive anticipation of the words “Congratulations! Welcome to the Class of 2019!” from the university of our dreams. After the stress that accompanied this winter’s application season finally ended, seniors were largely left in
There are 12 different definitions for the word “smart,” according to Dictionary.com. At Northwood, however, we don’t even use half of these meanings. We don’t describe a knife as smart, or a person’s fashion as smart; we use the word “smart” as a title bestowed