by Symone Smith (Junior) Kevin Hines, author of ” Cracked, Not Broken,” and also the man known for his attempt at suicide by jumping from San Francisco’s Golden Gate Bridge; will be speaking at East Aurora High School on April 28. After surviving this suicide attempt Kevin Hines made it his mission to raise awareness on mental illness, … More East Aurora High School: Out Of the Darkness Event
by Symone Smith ( Junior) To wrap up 2015 Senn journalist students Reagan Ivie and Ivan Alvarez, both Juniors, interviewed Senn staff and students about their own Album of the Year.
by Symone Smith ( Junior) Senn’s own Kameha Spearman and Adnan Hadzalic have started an amazing, thoughtful and insightful web series about the lives of 4 teenagers coming out to the world with their homosexuality. Anthony Rabadan, Dash, Tia Mercer, and Malyja Luciano have participated in this series and share their personal trials and tribulations with … More Coming Out: Our Stories, Episode 1–Anthony Rabadan
Note from the editors: Many students in the Journalism program researched and shared their perspectives on technology and social media. They wrote about the impact these two topics have on society, including quotes from their Journalism classmates. The articles are insightful and interesting, showing various perspectives. Here are some excerpts. Irvin Chacon (Senior) Mobile technology … More Senn Students Talk Tech
By Aaliyah Smith (Freshman) Many of the negative actions children perform can be blamed on the media–television, magazines, and the Internet. These are things that consume my generation. We depend on the latest trends to be in sync with our peers and the quickest way to lose weight to be “perfect”. In actuality the desire … More Media and the secret behind it