9/18/19 Random Fact #4

Did you know that in 1518, there was a disease that caused people to dance to death? Yes, you read that right. In the Holy Roman Empire, around four hundred people began randomly dancing for days on end without rest. The event lasted for an entire month until people started collapsing or dropping dead from exhaustion, stroke, or heart attack. It is literally called The … Continue reading 9/18/19 Random Fact #4

Home Cooking: Cornell Chicken

Cornell Chicken is some of the most delicious, juicy, crispy chicken you will ever make at home.So come along with me on this mouth watering journey as I teach you how to make Steve Riachlen’s take on Cornell Chicken. To start you will need: 2 roaster chickens (3-4 pounds) 1 large egg 1 Cup Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO) 2 Cups Apple Cider Vinegar 2 … Continue reading Home Cooking: Cornell Chicken

Freshman year sucks! …or does it?

Freshman year sucks!… or does it?  I think most of us could agree that Freshman year sucks. It’s not really because of the teachers, but more along the lines of mental health. For instance, my first day honestly went pretty well for the first day of school, the only thing that made my year terrible was the fact that I had panic attacks. They would … Continue reading Freshman year sucks! …or does it?

Should school start later than 7:20am?

Not getting enough sleep is common among high school students and is associated with several health risks including being overweight, drinking alcohol, smoking tobacco, and using drugs, as well as poor academic performance. One of the reasons students do not get enough sleep is early school start times. The American Academy of Pediatrics External has recommended that middle and high schools start at 8:30am or … Continue reading Should school start later than 7:20am?