Tag Archives: Bartlett

Confession: I’m selfie-addicted Bartlett

Are you selfie-addicted? Rachel Holderman of Bartlett talks about her addiction to taking photos of herself and how to break the habit.

November 8, 2012 // Comments are off for this post.

VIDEO: The Mash goes Gangnam style!
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September 20, 2012 // Comments are off for this post.

Check out The Mash's own version of going Gangnam Style! (And thanks to our reporters who participated in the filming of this video.)

HOW TO: Survive the college rejection letter
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September 14, 2012 // Comments are off for this post.

Your top college choice told you, “No, thanks.” What do you do now? Here’s a list to prepare you in case you’re on the wrong side of an admissions decision from your dream school.

COVER STORY: Death of teen rapper sparks battle over rap lyrics
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September 13, 2012 // Comments are off for this post.

The Mash takes a look into the death of teen rapper Joseph "Lil Jojo" Coleman.

Cool school clubs: Quirky hobbies bring students together
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August 4, 2012 // Comments are off for this post.

In the age of innovation, more high schools are opting for clubs that break free from the norm. Mash reporter Gabbie Gresge shares some of our top picks for quirky clubs.

PHOTO OF THE DAY: Mashers at Vocalo
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July 27, 2012 // Comments are off for this post.

This summer, some of our Mash reporters have been participating in an intensive summer workshop on audio storytelling at Vocalo.

Makeup tips: Beat the summer heat
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July 19, 2012 // Comments are off for this post.

Ladies, we have some summer-proof makeup tips for you

Censory overload: banning words at school
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May 2, 2012 // Comments are off for this post.

How would you respond if someone called you “gay” or “retarded”? Some teens may laugh it off, but to others, these words are offensive and harmful. Nationwide, even seemingly innocent words are being targeted for exclusion.

Watch your language!
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May 2, 2012 // Comments are off for this post.

We rounded up some misused words, what they used to mean and how they’re being (mis)used today.