Student Voices

“Change is coming to Baltimore”: youth debate the legacy of Freddie Gray

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Some feel that our city was misrepresented by the media, and some feel that the riots are the only way Baltimore’s distress can be heard. The issues are still there, connecting and restricting us like an invisible thread. Continue reading

Do federal dollars help education?

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What is the role of federal money in helping students succeed? Students at the Student Reporting Lab at Richwood High School aimed to answer that question in…read more

Indiana students raise awareness during state HIV epidemic

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The number of confirmed HIV cases in Scott County, Indiana, has spiked in recent months, leading to rumors among students about how the virus is…read more

Indiana’s freedom of religion bill is a step back

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Our generation is not in control and for a lot of LGBT youth, this means being misrepresented and feeling helpless to do anything about it. Continue reading

What I learned when someone made violent threats in my school

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THE WHISTLEBLOWER from Student Reporting Labs on Vimeo. By Nick Weiss “Intruder, intruder, intruder.” “There’s an intruder in the science hallway.” “Intruder, intruder, intruder.” A…read more

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