Monday, June 20, 2011

Teens compete in speech contest

Three Georgia high school seniors competed with their speeches on the topic of leadership at the Peach Council of the National Management Association before graduating.
By Samantha Dhaliwal

Monday, May 23, 2011

Teen Profile: Clifton Handy

Clifton Handy is an oboe player and student at Davidson Fine Arts Magnet School.
By Imani Jenkins

QuickHit: "Thor"

'Thor,' the epic tale of an arrogant hero, is sure to please an action-loving audience.
By Kayla Vinson

Monday, May 16, 2011

Xtreme gallery: Westminster graduation

Westminster Schools of Augusta's graduation was Saturday, May 14, at First Presbyterian Church of Augusta. See photos by Teen Board Member Sabrina Rush.
By Sabrina Rush

QuickHit: Christina Perri "Lovestrong"

If you like empowering, beautiful lyrics and can deal with some sappy ballads, then I would just toss this new release in your iTunes cart.
By Mary Elizabeth Goodell

Augusta Prep student plans an 'Earnest' senior project

Dalton Cox, 18, is directing a modernized one-act version of "The Importance of Being Earnest" by Oscar Wilde for his senior project, and it has many quirky and fun details in the event.

Monday, May 9, 2011

QuickHit: 'Wasting Light,' Foo Fighters

Definitely the fiercest work to ever come from the Foo Fighters, the album is a good effort.
By John Quinn

Monday, May 2, 2011

Women use Web to share prom dresses after twisters

ATLANTA -- Two women are turning to the Internet in hopes of finding prom dresses and attire for high school students who lost the clothing in tornadoes.

Monday, April 25, 2011

Teen Column: Content for video games comes at a price

In today's video game market, extra downloadable features in their games can be free, but most of the time, the extra money adds up.
By Nicholas Novajosky

Monday, April 18, 2011

Teen column: Mission trip to Tanzania

This spring break, I went to Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania with my school to serve in schools and orphanages. Three other Westminster Schools of Augusta students went with me, along with three school ...
By Sabrina Rush

Fashions benefit Japanese relief efforts

Designers and companies are using fashion to benefit those affected by the earthquake.
By Rachel Scaffe

Monday, April 11, 2011

Teen Profile: Wesleigh Gwinn

Wesleigh Gwinn, 16, is a sophomore at Augusta Preparatory Day School. She has studied Chun Kuk Do at the Premier Martial Arts School under Masters Aaron and Eric Hensley for six years.
By Samantha Dhaliwal

Monday, April 4, 2011

Prom about fun, not debauchery

My friends looked at me crazy when I said I went bowling after prom like it was the wrong thing to do. What's wrong with clean fun though?
By Joyce Sanchez

QuickHit: 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid'

Greg and his friend Rowley are "wimpy and weak" compared to other guys in their school, so their main goal for the whole school year was simply to survive. But it's not that simple.
By Joyce Sanchez

Monday, March 28, 2011

Xtreme: baseball photo gallery

See photos from a recent baseball game between Curtis Baptist and Westminster Schools of Augusta
By Sabrina Rush

Teen Profile: Neil Davenport

Neil Davenport, 18, is a junior at Evans High School. His hobbies include sleeping, drawing, playing golf, singing and anything having to do with creative.
By Amie Mbye

Monday, March 21, 2011

Teen column: Some car accidents not accidental

An accident happens unexpectedly. Fast driving is a behavior based on a decision drivers make when we get behind the wheel.
By Myson Jones

Avoid college roommate horror story

Many seniors who have decided the big question of where to go to school now must tackle the question of who to room with at school.
By Allison McElreath

Monday, March 14, 2011

Speech contest rewarding experience

I had a sinking feeling in my stomach when I walked into my first Savannah River Site Leadership Association Speech Contest. The room was filled with experienced upperclassman and I was the ...
By Samantha Dhaliwal

Finding jobs tough, frustrating for teens

Every application I've turned in hasn't gotten a reply. Is it because I'm 16?
By Dominique Bercier

The importance of family

In these 16 years of living I have surely learned this: There is NOTHING like a barbecue with the family in Philly or a crazy game of Taboo in the living room of your aunt's in Florence. Trust me, I know.
By Joyce Sanchez

My experiences at a youth conference

I share my experiences that I had on a recent retreat.
By Nicholas Novajosky

Bell bottoms making comeback

That's right, bell bottom enthusiasts: High- and mid-rise bell bottom jeans are making their comeback!
By Samantha Dhaliwal

Summer camp

Not only did camp help my musicianship it has also helped me to come out of my shell some.
By Tabatha Bowles

Spending time with Mom

Today, I sat across from my mother at breakfast and wondered, "Where did the time go?"
By Joyce Sanchez

Teen meets Congressman

Find out how one local teen met his Congressman!
By Sabrina Rush

Staying Active and Beating the Heat

It is sometimes hard to get outside and bear the heat during summer. Here are some suggestions to stay active and beat the heat.
By Nicholas Novajosky

78 Days of Summer: Volunteering

So far my summer has been kind of slow -- well, up until this point, because tomorrow I start something extremely fun. I officially become an MCG Teen Volunteer. 
By Imani Jenkins

78 Days of Summer: Smart shopping

How to shop smart this summer!
By Mary Elizabeth Goodell

Eco Friendly Threads For Teens

  Threads, a new, cutting-edge clothing store has recently opened at 108 Laurens Street in downtown Aiken. Avant-garde, styles reminiscent of the retailer Anthropologie can be found here that are made in the USA and eco-friendly.     
By Samantha Dhaliwal
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