AP Exams

It’s about that season again. That’s right— AP Exams! Kids get to send College Board a hefty ninety dollars to get the chance at some college credit. But, not only that, they have to buy big prep books; the heavier your book, the higher your score. As the rat race continues to study a years… Continue reading AP Exams

The Erudite Comedy- Part 4

To recap, our two guides have passed by Minos, and into a large wall of wind which now hinders them.   We continued into the darkness, past that huge monster. Virgil guided us past the huge walls of twisting wind and the dark rocks. “We just need to get to the edge of the circle,”… Continue reading The Erudite Comedy- Part 4

The Erudite Comedy- Part 3

When we last left our heroes, they were travelling through Limbo, the place for those who did not attend university, those poor souls. Virgil points out some of the inhabitants of Limbo, all of whom exist on the lowest plain of punishment in the education system.   Virgil pointed towards some elderly men sitting around… Continue reading The Erudite Comedy- Part 3

The Erudite Comedy- Part 1

The sun dipped below the horizon as I approached the base of Mount University. Pausing for a breath, I dared a terrified backward glance. The thick, dark forest spread out behind me; although I had a penchant for nature, I knew this was a different beast. Several chthonic creatures had chased me through the forest:… Continue reading The Erudite Comedy- Part 1

The Misadventures of Mrs. Malaprop Pt. 5

  Sometimes, teachers can expect a little much from students. Usually it’s something simple, like wanting you to bring your cat for a biology experiment or asking you to read Shakespeare without a dictionary. However, Mrs. Malaprop is notorious for asking for superhuman feats from her students. One superhuman attribute she expects from “AP learners”… Continue reading The Misadventures of Mrs. Malaprop Pt. 5

Service in School

College admissions have become a war torn landscape filled with burned dreams, crushing anxiety, and insane competition. It is often noted that even “superstars” are turned down by colleges, even when their accomplishments are beyond that of most adults. But what could be cause a star student to be overlooked? Although there are many reasons… Continue reading Service in School

The Misadventures of Mrs. Malaprop- Pt. 4

Unfortunately, this may be the last publication of the Misadventures of Mrs. Malaprop. However, there may still be hope for the future, so until then, here is Part 4! It is possible students could work around the previous problems we have discussed about Mrs. Malaprop if she was able to increase the speed at which… Continue reading The Misadventures of Mrs. Malaprop- Pt. 4