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Inside an Anxious Mind

Inside an Anxious Mind

By: Kayle Melicher Anxiety! This is a word many people know all too well, and I don’t mean that I get test anxiety or normal everyday anxiety; no, the type that is crippling. Now I don’t want to minimize any anxiety so if you get test anxiety or just everyday normal...

New COVID Cases in Sacramento

New COVID Cases in Sacramento

By Bella Richmond The mask mandate was lifted on March 1 in Sacramento, but the coronavirus disease hasn’t gone away yet. It is getting kind of rare to see a mask out in the world. And yet, last week one of my meetings was canceled due to COVID shutting down a site....

Guide to Sacramento Pride

Guide to Sacramento Pride

By Bella Richmond: Sacramento Pride showed up this year for a spectacular celebration! Pride month is in June to honor the Stonewall riot on Jun. 28, 1969. According to the University of Missouri-Kansas City’s Making History exhibit, patrons of the Stonewall Inn in...

Introducing Neighborhood Youth Reporter: Bella Richmond

Introducing Neighborhood Youth Reporter: Bella Richmond

Written by: Bella Richmond My name is Bella, and I am a new Neighborhood Youth Reporter (NYR). The Neighborhood Youth Reporters work for Access Sacramento. Access is a local nonprofit, providing television and radio content. I will write about relevant issues that...

Introducing Neighborhood Youth Reporter: Isaac Davis

Introducing Neighborhood Youth Reporter: Isaac Davis

Written by Isaac Davis:   My name is Isaac Davis; I was born and raised in Sacramento, California.  I am currently a rising senior at Laguna Creek High School.   I'm engaged in various groups and organizations at my high school, which allow me to participate...

Introducing Neighborhood Youth Reporter: Harlan Gonzales

Introducing Neighborhood Youth Reporter: Harlan Gonzales

Written by Harlan Gonzales Hello! My name is Harlan Gonzales. I am a student at Sacramento City College studying Computer Science. When I am not studying, I am usually working as a supervisor at a coffee shop. Although my schedule tends to stay busy, I still find time...

The Value of Internships

The Value of Internships

-Featured image by Fauxels Written by Bella Richmond, Intern, Met Sacramento High School   Today's job market is rife with contradicting expectations for applicants. Internships can help potential employees fit more of a job’s requirements. As a junior in high...

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Introducing Guest Youth Reporter: Kayle Melincher

Introducing Guest Youth Reporter: Kayle Melincher

Written by: Kayle Melicher Who am I? Well that’s a good question. I am the type of girl who is described as optimistic, I love to see the positive in a situation. I am the girl who believes that there can be hope even when hope seems to be all lost. So this article is...

Guide to Sacramento Pride

Guide to Sacramento Pride

By Bella Richmond: Sacramento Pride showed up this year for a spectacular celebration! Pride month is in June to honor the Stonewall riot on Jun. 28, 1969. According to the University of Missouri-Kansas City’s Making History exhibit, patrons of the Stonewall Inn in...

Introducing Guest Youth Reporter: Lonnie Ford

Introducing Guest Youth Reporter: Lonnie Ford

Written by Lonnie Ford A (n)oun that is defined as noble, ready. Often, when asked to introduce ourselves, we tend to introduce ourselves by our age, birthplace, career and academic attributes, and another person’s perception of who they think we are. It is then we...

Introducing Neighborhood Youth Reporter: Bella Richmond

Introducing Neighborhood Youth Reporter: Bella Richmond

Written by: Bella Richmond My name is Bella, and I am a new Neighborhood Youth Reporter (NYR). The Neighborhood Youth Reporters work for Access Sacramento. Access is a local nonprofit, providing television and radio content. I will write about relevant issues that...

Introducing Neighborhood Youth Reporter: Isaac Davis

Introducing Neighborhood Youth Reporter: Isaac Davis

Written by Isaac Davis:   My name is Isaac Davis; I was born and raised in Sacramento, California.  I am currently a rising senior at Laguna Creek High School.   I'm engaged in various groups and organizations at my high school, which allow me to participate...

Introducing Neighborhood Youth Reporter: Harlan Gonzales

Introducing Neighborhood Youth Reporter: Harlan Gonzales

Written by Harlan Gonzales Hello! My name is Harlan Gonzales. I am a student at Sacramento City College studying Computer Science. When I am not studying, I am usually working as a supervisor at a coffee shop. Although my schedule tends to stay busy, I still find time...

The Value of Internships

The Value of Internships

-Featured image by Fauxels Written by Bella Richmond, Intern, Met Sacramento High School   Today's job market is rife with contradicting expectations for applicants. Internships can help potential employees fit more of a job’s requirements. As a junior in high...

Educating with the Arts: A Survey Summary

Educating with the Arts: A Survey Summary

-Featured image by Pixabay.com Written by Bella Richmond, Intern, Met Sacramento High School   March was California’s arts education month, and in honor of the arts, I directed my attention to understanding the real prevalence of arts education in Sacramento high...

Is Arts Education in Your School?

Is Arts Education in Your School?

-Featured image by Vanessa Loring Written by Bella Richmond, Intern, Met Sacramento High School   March is California’s Arts Education month and I am researching what high school students think about arts education and what our community can do to make sure it is...

Acclimating to School Post-lockdown

Acclimating to School Post-lockdown

Featured image by Syda Productions Written by Bella Richmond, Intern, Met Sacramento High School In the two previous articles, Adapting to Pandemic Learning...Again and The Challenges of Educating In Person, In a Pandemic, I interviewed four students and three...

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Acclimating to School Post-lockdown

Acclimating to School Post-lockdown

Featured image by Syda Productions Written by Bella Richmond, Intern, Met Sacramento High School In the two previous articles, Adapting to Pandemic Learning...Again and The Challenges of Educating In Person, In a Pandemic, I interviewed four students and three...

The Challenges of Educating In-Person, In a Pandemic

The Challenges of Educating In-Person, In a Pandemic

Featured image by Andrea Piacquadio Written by Bella Richmond, Intern, Met Sacramento High School In the previous article, Adapting to Pandemic Learning...Again, I interviewed four upperclassmen from the Met Sacramento High School about their back to in-person...

Adapting to Pandemic Learning…Again

Adapting to Pandemic Learning…Again

~Featured image by Cottonbro Written by Bella Richmond, Intern, Met Sacramento High School Despite my hopes, school is not back to normal. My name is Bella, and I’m a Junior in high school. I’m a student at the Met Sacramento, which has been in session since September...

A Graduating Senior’s Advice to Future Students

A Graduating Senior’s Advice to Future Students

What a Graduating Senior Learned Over 4 Years of High School—Advice, Lessons, and General Knowledge 1. School is dumb If you’re under 18, you know this already. The United States’ educational system sucks. The vast majority of the information you learn in high school...

Hearsay Zine Launches First Edition on Teen Mental Health

Hearsay Zine Launches First Edition on Teen Mental Health

Over the past year, many students and young adults have found themselves with a lot more time on their hands. Some used that time to play video games. Many binged Netflix shows or watched YouTube. Some took to keeping up with the latest news about the virus. Others...

The Struggles of Mental Health for Teen Girl Athletes

According to a study in 2017 by the Women’s Sports Foundation, girls are dropping out of sports at 1.5x the rate that boys do by age 14. Then by age 17, more than half of girls will quit playing sports altogether. Many factors play into this statistic, many connect to...

How Quarantine Improved My Mental Health

How Quarantine Improved My Mental Health

For most, the isolation and loneliness of quarantine did not offer much to improve one’s mental health. In my case, the isolation was exactly what I needed. Before March 2020, when everything shut down, I struggled for years with severe anxiety and PTSD caused by...

Climate Anxiety, Explained

Climate Anxiety, Explained

As climate change becomes increasingly more and more relevant within our day to day lives, climate anxiety does as well. Civilians are experiencing an ever growing amount of stress when it comes to climate change, especially the youth. The unknown of what Earth will...

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Ten Sacramento Films Make Cable TV Premiere

Ten Sacramento Films Make Cable TV Premiere

Access Sacramento presents full televised coverage of the stage presentations and world premiere of 10 original 10-minute movies as part of the 20th annual "A Place Called Sacramento" Film Festival beginning Friday, Nov. 29 at 7 p.m. The program presents the...

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