You have been served.
It's officially fall.
*Insert all the crying emojis*
Rest in peace, Maddie Potts.
They were mistaken for catalog models.
She apologized and it's not great.
Guess not EVERYONE has a bad first day.
You're not late, you're saving the economy.
Their protest is so trendy.
There's a biological reason why.
The crowd went nuts.
Some are blaming Donald Trump.
Now anyone can be king or queen.
"It sounds like a big effort, but it can be done."
Teens are just going to be teens.
*Insert eye roll*
This is disturbing.
It’s just menstruation.
"You guys are crazy."
"Isn’t that what school is supposed to teach you? To be happy with who you are?"
Parents were NOT pleased.
"This is ridiculous!"
That's what they would call "dropping the mic."
SEVENTY-TWO THOUSAND LADY BUGS!
I understand that to high schoolers, prom is everything. But just wait until date parties and formals in college, or better yet, your cousin's open bar wedding.
Why is college so, so, so much better than high school could ever hope to be? Here are a few of the many reasons.
The summer between high school graduation and college is probably one of the most bittersweet you'll ever experience. While you're head-over-heels excited to be heading off to a whole new school in a few months, saying goodbye to the close-knit group of friends you've grown up with is tough.
College decision letters are rolling in for high school seniors, and the time to choose where you're headed for the next chapter of your life is fast approaching. If you're still on the fence about which school you'll be attending, you're not alone.
High school is a very interesting time in a person's life, even more so than college. I think what makes it so "interesting" is that we aren't really adults yet, but we try to act like it. Our changing bodies and emotional states of mind certainly don't add well to the mix, and only further contribute to our madness.