Happiness is your choice

In the Declaration of Independence, three unalienable rights are asserted to all human beings: the right for life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Throughout our lives, we are in a constant state of pursuing happiness. We strive for perfection and create utopias in our minds that will inevitably let us down in comparison to…

Has social media taken over politics?

“You are what you share,” as Charles W. Leadbeater said. We choose how we are depicted based on what we post on social media. Social media manifests itself into practically every aspect of our lives, including our political preferences. A shocking 62% of adults in the United States reported getting their news directly from social…

The Open Book Project

With little possessions and almost nothing to call his own, a homeless man from Tarrant County clings to the joy in which his small collection of just four books gives him. When talking about his experience reading and re-reading the same few books time and time again, this man, Squirrel, lights up. Despite his love…

The Face of Poverty is Female

When thinking about issues regarding poverty and issues regarding women, we do not typically think about them coinciding with each other. Women in poverty, however, is an extremely important economic issue that needs attention, and data from the International Labour Organization supports this: Percent of men below poverty line Percent of women below poverty line…

Online shopping takes down large retail stores

It is no secret that online shopping is an incredibly popular and efficient way to shop. Instead of driving out to a mall with no guarantee of finding something worth purchasing, people can do all of their shopping in the comfort of their own home and simply wait for their orders to be delivered to…

Saints’ Success at SPC

For most Saints, the last four-day weekend was all about relaxing and having some extra time to hang out with friends or maybe catch up on some homework. But some Saints spent the weekend competing in the winter SPC tournament. All Saints’ Swimming, Wrestling, and Women’s Basketball teams all qualified to compete in the SPC…

Reevaluate Regulation

The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the individual writer, not of All Saints’ Episcopal School as an institution. As a nation, when it comes to gun control, we are split. Whatever your position may be, there is an argument that stronger regulations need to be enforced when it comes to who should be able…