The Rapidian

8th grade

The world full of bullies

by (GAAH News Bureau)

Submitted 06-19-2013 under NONPROFITS

All around the world people are bullied. It doesn’t matter if it’s at school, in public or at one of their houses. Bullies do many harmful things. They hurt people’s feelings, kill them or bully them so bad that it leads to suicide...

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Time For A Change

by (GAAH News Bureau)

Submitted 06-18-2013 under NONPROFITS

Bullying in school is a worldwide problem that can have negative consequences. Students have the right to learn in a safe environment without fear. Many people in the United States are getting bullied. Most of them are teenagers. Today, students are...

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SWCC student taunted in hallways

by (GAAH News Bureau)

Submitted 06-17-2013 under NONPROFITS

A SWCC [Southwest Community Campus] female student fell into a deep depression after months of listening to brutal remarks from fellow students. She was mocked repeatedly in the hallways. She was tired of all of the hurtful comments. They’d...

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Cook Arts Center hosts student exhibit of artwork centered on immigration, injustice

by (GAAH)

Submitted 05-30-2012 under NONPROFITS

Almost three months ago, teacher Alex Escamilla's 8th grade journalism students sat in the art studio at the Cook Arts Center, waiting to be introduced to local artist Reyna Garcia. Some of them chatted while others goofed off, and a few waited...

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Students use art and journalism to share thoughts on immigration

by (Steff)

Submitted 02-23-2012 under LOCAL LIFE

Leer este artículo en español | Read this article in Spanish “Will this project help my brother come back to us after being deported?” This question was asked by an 8th grade student [whose identity has been removed to protect her family...

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