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Posted on 24. Apr, 2014 by admin.
While society for many of us can be a large contributing factor to how we view our body image, often times an even larger critic is ourselves. Yes, seeing beautiful women and athletic-looking guys throughout a world of advertising can make many feel self-conscious about their body, however, ultimately the only person critiquing every [...]
Posted on 26. Feb, 2014 by admin.
“Be kind.” Those two simple words, written on a purple notecard posted next to a drinking fountain in the hall had the power to change my Thursday last week. Luckily, I was able to see the underclassman boy who had placed the card there seconds before. To my surprise, he had a whole [...]
Posted on 16. Jan, 2014 by admin.
2013, like every other year, brought tragedies, victories, progressions and tears. Just some of the news-worthy stories that have filled the American media in 2013 include the Boston Marathon bombing, the government shutdown and the legalization of gay marriage for some states. While each of these stories brought mixed emotions among the American [...]
Posted on 25. Nov, 2013 by admin.
Between the constant gift advertising, the bright lights around the neighborhood, uplifting music on the radio stations and the uncountable number of cookies sitting on the counter, the holiday season is definitely here. It’s hard to believe that this wonderful time of year is already among us. For me, nothing excites me more than [...]
Posted on 22. Oct, 2013 by admin.
With the recent repeal of DOMA, a federal law enabling states to refuse same-sex marriage and 13 states, not including Ohio, legalizing same-sex marriage, homosexuality is a topic that will undoubtedly be part of our future. Homosexuality among Christians is a concept that is explored by writers Jane Eskildsen and Hannah Benson in [...]
Posted on 24. Sep, 2013 by admin.
This issue of Arlingtonian spotlights an intense, mature and, to many, frightening topic: human trafficking.
While this topic may not seem relevant to the average student, human trafficking is, indeed, a local issue; an estimated 3,000 youths in Ohio are at risk for being trafficked each year due to many highway systems and a large [...]
Posted on 03. May, 2013 by admin.
Balance. For many of us, between school, sports, work, family, friends and other obligations, finding such a thing in our lives can be difficult, at times even impossible. The same can be said for our health, an idea that writers Elizabeth Tzagournis and Cassie Lowery explore in this issue’s Spotlight, “Weighing in on Health.”
In their [...]