The Best High School Journalism

By JEA | One place for the best high school journalism being produced today.  Each month five stories will be selected or "Flipped".  Winning selections will win a Flipboard t-shirt and be showcased on the magazine.  The magazine is curated by the Journalism Education Association in cooperation with Flipboard.  SUBMIT STORIES TO:  hsjournalism@flipboard.com           

In the Middle: A Refugee’s Journey From Congo to Iowa

Aimée Nyamadorari ‘17 did not realize that she was in danger when the sound of a church hymn woke her up in the middle of the night.The year was …

Refugees

DiSalvo has alopecia areata, is feeling free without her wig

Diagnosed with alopecia areata, Isabel DiSalvo has an incurable form of hair loss. She shares her story with others to help other people learn about …

Being an American means: Fighting for social justice

He was in seventh grade when the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson happened. While most of his peers were not interested in what was happening, …

Racism

Buzzfeed Helps Me Write My College Essays

Universities ask for Freudian-level psychoanalysis, and self-reflection isn’t definitely not easy, so maybe some clickbait personality quizzes can …

A fading identity

Sunday morning. Waffles drenched in store-bought maple syrup, I fit as many pieces as I can in my mouth as voices pass over my head. My mom and …

Cal Poly to display Passage to Paso student project

<b>High school work gets college applause</b><p>The work of 45 students across two PRHS classes is now on display on the Cal Poly campus celebrating the …

Brandy Melville, one size fits all policy

Brandy Melville has become one of the most popular clothing brands in United States this year, but it has also become one of the most exclusive. With …

Fashion

Modern day tribes

From the Sunday gridiron to the Madhouse on Madison, more than 2,000 sports teams with names and logos associated with Native Americans have spread …

Native Americans

American voters (or the lack thereof)

Dr. Colleen Rull, business teacher, loves politics. She loves talking about politics and being an active member in her community. She even served on …

Democracy

The elephant in the room

<b>Being a girl:</b>I love being a girl. I love everything about being a girl. I love dressing up. I love being able to embrace my femininity.I hate how …

Miniskirts

Facing Off Across the Political Spectrum

As leading candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump fight to win the general election, students and teachers of different political ideologies …

The parsnip: I am (Donald Trump)

<b>*This piece is entirely satirical</b>China. Mexico. ISIS. These three countries are beating us, and we’re losing. Crooked Hillary over here may try to …

Donald Trump

#Adulting—a fancy way to say incompetence

Recently on Twitter, there’s a rising trend called “#adulting,” has been developing, which in a nutshell, is to do grown up things and to hold adult …

College criteria: then vs. now

Since 2005, Northwestern University’s acceptance rate dropped from 33 percent to 10.7 percent and Vanderbilt University’s plummeted from 40 percent …

College & University

Acing the deaflympics

The 6-foot-5 17-year-old junior by the name of Ethan Bell is already tearing apart the Deaflympic scene and might become an Olympian, according to …

Entertainment

The motive behind social media

After a long day of classes, instead of getting out her notes to begin homework, Jackie Kuntz, sophomore gets out her phone. Jason Evans, Kuntz’s …

Social Media Marketing

Goldilocks and the search for college

Too small. Too big. Just right. Just like in Goldilocks and the Three Bears, the search for college is all about finding the right fit. However, …

College & University

Glendale boy goes global

Beginning his volleyball career in third grade, 8-year-old Murphy Troy, now a U.S. Volleyball Olympian, said he never imagined he would receive a …

Rio Olympics

Can’t stand the heat, don’t stay in the . . . music festival?

Her faded band t-shirt is covered in sweat and her face is burned from the sun. Two men each have one of her arms over their shoulders as they find …

Swimming in sexism

This past August, little girls across the country sat in front of their televisions with wide eyes and bright smiles. Their eyes were glued to …

Rio Olympics

The country’s craziest colleges

Hundreds of colleges exists that high school students must choose from when they decide which to attend. To make matters worse, some schools have …

Kids knitting it forward

New JEA Flipboard Magazine Cover Released

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Teacher Appreciation Week

FHC Publications wanted to take this week to honor those teachers who have done something special for us- whether it is just for that specific …

Bullying: Solving the issue

Administration along with students find that bullying is not a big issue within the halls of FHC.<p>March 17, 2016<p>Bullying is often a difficult issue to …

EDITORIAL: Back in last: Tragedy of Nevada education

Once again, the latest report by Education Week shows that Nevada, the Silver State, is having trouble even finding out the the chemical symbol for …

From cows to credit

Humans seem to have always needed a system of giving and getting; you give me this and I’ll give you that. However, over the past 10,000 years, forms …

Generation XXX

Utah’s Senate voted unanimously that the state was facing a public health crisis in February 2016. This “crisis”, however, is not a virus, a diseased …

Students react to Facebook’s new reactions

New feature both hinders and enhances students’ interactions on Facebook

Facebook