Packing for college is frustrating, scary and exciting all the same time. The impossible part occurs when I have to pack my life into four storage bins and I have to limit the number of shoes I can bring.
Being employed at a firework place, I am surrounded by the concept of freedom. Maybe it is because of the same patriotic CD set on repeat or the fact that the place bleeds red, white and blue.
I discovered an article listing the top five demanding careers: accountant, human resource specialist, K-12 teacher, software developer, and medical and health services manager. I attempted to picture myself at those careers, determining which is more importance -- my salary or my happiness.
For as long as I can remember, I have been on the pursuit of happiness. I have searched endlessly for the things in life that will give me long-lasting happiness.
Through my years of struggling with proofs, solving for “x,” and anything math related, I have learned the idea of asking for help.
With the election fast approaching in less than a month, it looks like the whole state of Indiana has summoned their lawn signs to promote their political opinion. As I was traveling to Bloomington, Ind., recently, I noticed how many households actually put up a lawn sign.
Alex Miskus of Dyer is a senior at Lake Central High School.
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