Written by Cullen O’Keefe “Facebook is the devil.” Senior Dennis Wegienek was never one for understatement. But this obvious hyperbole hides an underlying truth: many Seaholm students are leaving the internet juggernaut for other social networking sites, or are opting out of online social interaction. Facebook surpassed MySpace as the most used social networking site… Read More Students are Committing “Social Media Suicide”
Written by Inwoo Hwang Twitter is a fun and quick way to express one’s opinion. It also is a very powerful and potentially dangerous tool. In fact, it could possibly get one’s college admissions revoked, and impact the way hiring companies view that person. A survey performed in 2009 by the National Association for College… Read More Seaholm’s Social Network
Written by Kathleen Dow I am going to write a great lede to this column. Eventually. It will be awesome, I promise. In the meantime, I perused People magazine fordetails on Heidi and Seal’s separation, Googled funny cat videos, cleaned all of my makeup brushes, and finally ended my night watching repeats of CSI: Miami.… Read More How to Combat Procrastination like a Professional
It would appear as if the House Rules for Seaholm have finally been established. That’s fantastic news. It’s good to see that Birmingham Voice is willing to put so much effort into bettering Seaholm as a school and as a community. There’s only praise to be had for Birmingham Voice for being willing to speak… Read More House Rules Will Only be Effective if You Make Them
Written by Harrison Watt When you talked to your friends last Monday, did you mention Tom Brady’s near miracle Hail Mary, or about how bad the commercials were? To be perfectly honest, the good commercials were few and far between this year. Apart from a few laughs and the annual sexual innuendo from GoDaddy, there… Read More Commercials vs. Game?
Written by Meghan Dooley Seaholm is notoriously known for being fiercely competitive when it comes to sports, appearance, and most importantly-grades. Not a day goes by without the inevitable question being asked, “What’d you get on that test?” or “What do you have in that class?” It’s simply something Seaholm is known for. However, how… Read More It’s Not Just for the Grade
Written by Jamie Hinz If you’ve ever been a camper at Springhill, it’s likely that you’ve heard the phrase “FTK.” It means “For The Kids.” It m e a n s “give up being cool.” It means “step up to the plate.” It means “remember people doing this for you?” It is a way for… Read More Do it for the Kids, Not for the Colleges