Tag: Kids

CORE 401: Project to Program

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Article by Lauren Buser. Media by Quinten Brown. The class that we all long for and dread at the same time is here! CORE 401,...

Candy Corn Season!

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Writing and Media by Lauren Buser. Nothing beats when the seasons change, when the leaves begin to fall and pumpkins appear everywhere! Halloween is almost...

Krochet Kids

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Written by Megan Burns. Media by Baylen Whitfield. Krochet Kids is a non-profit organization started by three college friends, striving to make a difference...

Tech Savvy Kids: How Young is Too Young?

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Written and Media by Mary Todd Christian Many of us can probably remember when we received our first cell phone. I was 12 years old...

Kids and Technology

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I remember when I got my first cell phone. I was a freshman in high school, and the reason my parents bought it for me was because I was in the school musical and I kept using a friend's cell phone to let them know when I needed to be picked up from practice and stuff. So, they got me my first cell phone. It was a small flip phone that only had texting and calling, no camera or anything. And it was good! That's all I needed it for. Eventually (my sophmore year in college), I got a smartphone - an iPhone, woo!

Virtual Violence

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Children can be very easily influenced to do good and bad things, but video games alone don’t make children violent or lead them to turn to crime later on in life.For a child to become so violent and dangerous, they would have to witness it firsthand, e.i their parents or their peers. Babies and little kids are pure and don’t know right from wrong, as they get a little older, they do learn and grow a lot, but I don’t feel that kind of evil is in them, and it’s a little hard to believe playing a shooting game every weekend will send them over the edge.

On “Kids Today”: Becoming an Old Codger at 20

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Written and media by Halie Miller. Enter the stereotype, stage left. Picture an old man: tall, short, slim, heavy, hunched over or walking tall, it doesn't matter,...