LA Fitness vs. Planet Fitness: Which will win the battle?

Every gym goer has their unique preferences when deciding which gym is right for them. If you’ve seen Dodgeball, then you know that choices range anywhere from the old, base model, “Average Joe’s Gym” to the advanced, perfection oriented, “Globo-Gym.” In any case, this judgement incorporates factors such as price for membership, distance, access to facilities and equipment as well as overall feel of the … Continue reading LA Fitness vs. Planet Fitness: Which will win the battle?

College visits should be implemented as field trips

Every morning on the announcements students hear about the colleges visiting the school. Seniors are the only students who can attend. Every time, there is the typical sales pitch of “Why my college is right for you,” followed by the fielding of various questions from the attending students. There needs to be a way for students to see the school with their own eyes, and … Continue reading College visits should be implemented as field trips

Students compare grades, target schools via naviance

In about seven months, every single seniors will know where they are going to college if they choose to go. The past 11 years of our lives have been designed to prepare us for the collegiate life we will soon adopt. Applications are being completed, recommendations are being written and we, the students whose fate will soon be determined, are left feeling kind of helpless. … Continue reading Students compare grades, target schools via naviance

Students, teachers debate Classroom, Edline

Edline may have some competition from a new rising star. While Edline provides a portal for teachers to display students’ grades, Google Classroom is stealing the show with some of its own unique features. Edline has had more bugs than the Amazon rainforest, but it has always been there for us on those nights when we really wanted to see a new grade, and on … Continue reading Students, teachers debate Classroom, Edline