Should Public School Start Later ? Researches Discuss Benefits

By: Garrett Simera Robin Jacobowitz, a researcher and parent of four, has found that when schools start later they see less absenteeism and tardiness, as well as a positive academic and mental health outcome, among other benefits. “It is mental health outcomes that are the most compelling to me. We know that many kids struggle…… Continue reading Should Public School Start Later ? Researches Discuss Benefits

Public Safety Discusses Precaution Drills in Aftermath of Las Vegas Shooting

By: Faradh Ameen   On Oct. 1, 2017, the biggest mass shooting in U.S. history took place at an outdoor concert in Las Vegas, Nevada. Fifty-eight people died and 546 were injured. Such events leave people anxious about their personal safety, and spark discussions about controversial topics such as gun control. “I don’t think we…… Continue reading Public Safety Discusses Precaution Drills in Aftermath of Las Vegas Shooting

Extending the Free Hugs Project

By : Helen Hutt The impact Ken Nwadike, the free hugs guy, had at FM was a topic brought up for discussion at the Oct. 12, Student Senate Meeting. The meeting took place in the Student Union Building and around 40 people attended including representatives from each club and organization on campus. Nwadike, a peace…… Continue reading Extending the Free Hugs Project