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Too Old for Back-to-School Sales? Think Again!
[ 0 ] August 14, 2019 |

Too Old for Back-to-School Sales? Think Again!

You may not be on the market for a graphing calculator, and you probably needed a permission for field trips when you last needed a glue stick. Though you may not be shopping for “school supplies,” you may in fact find yourself in luck this back-to-school season! Take advantage of deals on home goods, clothes, […]

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Don’t Break the Budget! Tips for Back to School Shopping.
[ 0 ] August 14, 2019 |

Don’t Break the Budget! Tips for Back to School Shopping.

  I remember a time when my school shopping list only included a backpack, a lunch box, a notebook and a pencil. Unfortunately, school supply lists now seem to be a mile long. Rather than spending an arm and a leg for your little one, prep for the new year with these 5 simple tips! […]

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Seth from LeRoy High School
[ 0 ] June 7, 2019 |

Seth from LeRoy High School

“As I am sure you already know, we are all living projects. From birth to death, one hopes to have made mental progress, one hopes to have matured. Such is much easier said than done, and it is a rather momentous struggle for an individual to break from their norms. Within the transitional period of […]

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Ashley from Heyworth High School
[ 1 ] June 7, 2019 |

Ashley from Heyworth High School

This piece was done for my History teacher in the summer and also the start of our school year to have ready for his classroom.  It was what I valued in History class and what I researched and did from my heart!

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Bryn from Central Catholic High School
[ 0 ] May 23, 2019 |

Bryn from Central Catholic High School

After taking environmental science and learning about space, I became interested in the moon landing and other planets. So, I combined space and art to paint a contrasting piece depicting the iconic moon landing photo with a twist of different eye grabbing colors.

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Kate from University High School
[ 0 ] May 9, 2019 |

Kate from University High School

This piece is linked to my concentration of one’s diverse bodies and minds being represented as a typography map. Within the concentration of my art, my goal is to illustrate a variety of individuals bodies and minds throughout this imagery of typography all over the skin of my subjects. My inspiration is drawn from my […]

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Tommy from Tri-Valley High School
[ 0 ] May 9, 2019 |

Tommy from Tri-Valley High School

My art teacher assigned a project to draw a self-portrait showing some sort of an emotion. She had us take our own picture for reference and we had to use ink pens as our medium. I chose anger as my emotion because I get angry sometimes, but I tend to hide it from the public. […]

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