Mind the Gap: The Benefits of a Gap Year (by Karah Gossman)

Introduction I am a born traveler. I took my first plane trip at six weeks old and I haven’t stopped since. My community theme spawned from my past experiences and how they affected my mental and academic development. Culture &

Mind the Gap: The Benefits of a Gap Year (by Karah Gossman)

Introduction I am a born traveler. I took my first plane trip at six weeks old and I haven’t stopped since. My community theme spawned from my past experiences and how they affected my mental and academic development. Culture &

Big Trouble in Little Lacamas Lake Park (by Amelia Ebaugh)

  During my time volunteering, cleaning litter at Lacamas Lake Park, I noticed a lingering trend. People are still mindlessly littering garbage in our forests without considering the larger impact littering has on the environment. I’ve spent many afternoons at

Big Trouble in Little Lacamas Lake Park (by Amelia Ebaugh)

  During my time volunteering, cleaning litter at Lacamas Lake Park, I noticed a lingering trend. People are still mindlessly littering garbage in our forests without considering the larger impact littering has on the environment. I’ve spent many afternoons at

NAO Next Gen. (by Paco Colorado)

Introduction Greetings! My name is Francisco but please call me Paco. In my writing class we studied different types of ways to write an essay in order to get your idea across. Our final paper had to be in an

NAO Next Gen. (by Paco Colorado)

Introduction Greetings! My name is Francisco but please call me Paco. In my writing class we studied different types of ways to write an essay in order to get your idea across. Our final paper had to be in an

Euthanasia in Animal Shelters (by Janie Atwood)

Introduction Thank you for taking the time to read my essay and showing your interest in animal welfare. I chose this theme because I have always had a love for animals and believe they need to be treated with love

Euthanasia in Animal Shelters (by Janie Atwood)

Introduction Thank you for taking the time to read my essay and showing your interest in animal welfare. I chose this theme because I have always had a love for animals and believe they need to be treated with love

Open School & the Technology Gap (by Peter, Sully, Jhovany, and Aaron)

The Open School East serves over 130 students currently and is projected to serve a population of 270 students in the upcoming years. This population is made up of bright, promising, engaged students who need something more than they would

Open School & the Technology Gap (by Peter, Sully, Jhovany, and Aaron)

The Open School East serves over 130 students currently and is projected to serve a population of 270 students in the upcoming years. This population is made up of bright, promising, engaged students who need something more than they would

The Rode to Homelessness and How to Break the Cycle (by Yarden Shnayder)

In today’s world we take many things for granted, the food we eat, clothes we wear, jobs we have, and even our health. The only time we really see how fortunate we are is when we have those things taken away

The Rode to Homelessness and How to Break the Cycle (by Yarden Shnayder)

In today’s world we take many things for granted, the food we eat, clothes we wear, jobs we have, and even our health. The only time we really see how fortunate we are is when we have those things taken away

Vaccine Education in the Community (by Rachelle Seidel)

Introduction There is so much controversy over vaccinations today compared to ten even twenty years ago. It seems parents today want to jump on an anti-everything bandwagon, from fluoridated water to alternative vaccine schedules to anti-vaccine movements. It seems this

Vaccine Education in the Community (by Rachelle Seidel)

Introduction There is so much controversy over vaccinations today compared to ten even twenty years ago. It seems parents today want to jump on an anti-everything bandwagon, from fluoridated water to alternative vaccine schedules to anti-vaccine movements. It seems this