Maggie Hankins, now college-bound, shares what she wishes she knew during her high school years
written by Maggie Hankins, Teen Aide at Petworth and Teen Council member from 2018 - 2020.
There’s a lot of uncertainty right now about what college will look like (all zoom classes? On campus or remote? Will the university have a testing program for COVID-19? How many tests?) but one thing’s for certain: I’m going to college!
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Elijah Butts, SYEP employee, shares his thoughts on one of the most popular Miyazai films
Review by Elijah Butts, 2020 MBSYEP Employee
I've never been one for Disney movies and other animated movies aimed at kids that are often in theaters now. So deciding to watch Spirited Away, I was feeling pretty unenthusiastic but its glowing reviews and Studio Ghibli’s reputation pushed me to still watch it.