Why is getting into college so stressful? In this episode of the VOXCast, veteran VOXers (and high school seniors) Chris Jordan and Mack Walker are joined by their friends Chris and Jaye about the pressures of college admissions. With Jaye being the junior in the crew, this talk is one part confessional and one part advice column. Listen and enjoy.
In the wake of the global issues of police brutality and ongoing racial discrimination among African Americans, should African American athletes consider attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities [HBCUs] over opportunities at Predominantly White Institutions [PWIs]? This topic has sparked ongoing conversation, thanks to a viral tweet shared by San Ysidro High School’s Mikey Williams,…Read on
For many high school students, the Bernie Sanders campaign meant a vision of the future with no college debt. Now, amid a pandemic, that future is cloudier. Read on
With no game plan in place for standardized testing or even how to feed school kids at home during a pandemic, COVID-19 is exposing our schools' flaws. Read on
"The grading system is deeply flawed. We need to start discussing new ways to do this, and stop acting like letter grades are the only way." Read on
"Being that I’m a dual enrollment student, it has truly helped me tremendously by decreasing the load as far as college goes," says VOX ATL staff writer Jaire R. "So, I definitely disagree with the bill because it will put harsher limitations on dual enrollment." Read on