How to Break into Writing in High School

How to Break into Writing in High School

Before there was sex, before there was the city, there was just a girl with a dream. Candace Bushnell, a columnist for the New York Observer….

How to Choose Between Similar Writing-Related Majors

How to Choose Between Similar Writing-Related Majors

Creative writing, journalism, English, and communications – what’s the difference? It seems like schools will often offer a variety of writing programs that all seem…

7 Things I Learned From Founding a News Publication

7 Things I Learned From Founding a News Publication

At the end of my sophomore year, a friend and I decided that we would found a school newspaper. Our small high school hadn’t had…

Here’s What You Need to Know About Writing for a College Newspaper

Here’s What You Need to Know About Writing for a College Newspaper

As a past editor of my high school newspaper and a current staff writer for the Duke Chronicle, I am continuously shocked by how differently…

How to Keep Up with the News No Matter What Your Age Is

How to Keep Up with the News No Matter What Your Age Is

This is not an article about why you should read the news. High school and college students already get enough of that from teachers, parents,…

Why I Decided to Major in Journalism

Why I Decided to Major in Journalism

Back when I was an editor of my high school newspaper, I fell asleep every night with words and sentences running in my head. Sometimes…

There Is a Method to My (College Admissions) Madness…Sort Of!

There Is a Method to My (College Admissions) Madness…Sort Of!

Feeling alone as you swim through the terrifying waters known as the college admission process? Have no fear! We have several seniors blogging about ups,…

Megan’s Story: My College Journey to Syracuse University

Megan’s Story: My College Journey to Syracuse University

My college admissions journey officially began during spring break of my junior year. I had a rough idea of what I was looking for in…

Religious Studies: What’s Buddha, Muhammad, and Jesus Got to Do With It?

Religious Studies: What’s Buddha, Muhammad, and Jesus Got to Do With It?

What is World Religions/Religious Studies? According to Big Future, students majoring in religious studies “learn about the nature of religious belief and traditions” by developing…

Adventures in Yerdin’ (aka Yearbook Nerding)

Adventures in Yerdin’ (aka Yearbook Nerding)

The fifth period class from Hell–also known as Yearbook. It’s a seemingly easy, breezy course, but with the title of Yerd (yearbook-nerd, for all of…

Nominate a Student for the TP Blogger Awards!

Nominate a Student for the TP Blogger Awards!

In addition to our totally incredible 20 Under 20 list, we’re bringing you the second installment of our Prospie Awards: TP’s Blogger Awards! Here at…

Attention High School Journalists: 5 Summer Journalism Programs You Need to Check Out ASAP

Attention High School Journalists: 5 Summer Journalism Programs You Need to Check Out ASAP

Whether you’re part of your school’s newspaper or writing is simply your passion, there are dozens of amazing programs out there that can inspire the…

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