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How to Thrift Like a Teen: Tips to update your 2019 wardrobe

A selection of Beau Cameron's most recently thrifted items.

by Beau Cameron, Co-Editor-In-Chief

January 7, 2019

For the past few years, we’ve seen a resurgence in the market for resale and consignment shops. Second-hand stores like Goodwill are no longer shameful places to shop. In fact, according to research by global consulting group WSL Strategic Retail, Gen Z-rs are spending 40% more time in consignment sho...

How best to help the homeless?

Facts about the Homeless

by Emily Lotito, Reporter

December 28, 2018

During the holidays, families cozy up by the fire and eat hot meals every night, but not everyone is granted that warm wish. The homeless have a very different experience. How can the community and high school students help the homeless during the colder seasons? Advocates for Homeless Families is an or...

Take a second look at secondhand

Take a second look at secondhand

by Cassie Harris, Reporter

October 18, 2016

  Reused fashion does good for your closet, your community, and our planet Roll up your sleeves. Open up your mind: let's go shopping! Oh, but wait. We aren't going to the mall. The real treasures can be discovered in secondhand shops. If you are still wary, here are all the reasons to take a...

Learning for Life students have prepared YOUR lost clothing for donation: Photo of the Day 12/2/2015

Riley Faulconer displays some of the lost and found clothing.

by Garrett Wiehler, Reporter

December 3, 2015

Time is dwindling for students who have lost their articles of clothing this year. The Lost and Found bins in the main office are overflowing. You may still have a chance to retrieve your clothing before it is donated. To retrieve items you can go to the front office and speak to Mrs. Debbie Day. The Learn...

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