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Technology

Technology: Find Your Personality Type

“When people differ, a knowledge of type lessens friction and eases strain. In addition it reveals the value of differences. No one has to be good at everything.” –Isabel Briggs Myers Are you an introvert or an extravert? You probably identify with one of the two, but do you know […]

Healthy Living: Crispy Fall Snacks
Healthy Living

Healthy Living: Crispy Fall Snacks

Pumpkin and candy seem to envelop us. Fall sweets can be found everywhere, and the many variations on fall treats seem so tempting. Splurge on these delicious, healthy, and easy recipes instead! Zucchini Chips These chips are addicting! Great on-the-go snacks that will keep you full. Be sure to slice […]

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Current Events / Healthy Living

Healthy Living: Spring Break Bucket List

This year, VPSA’s spring break spans from March 30 to April 4. Enjoy your vacation to the fullest with ideas from our Spring Break bucket list! 1. Follow a Bible reading plan. During the school year, it’s easy to be “too busy” for a daily Bible study. Spring break is […]

By Erica Esterly
Healthy Living

Healthy Living: Brain Food

We all know that time of day when we feel like we could just go take a five-hour nap. Our brain power is at 0% and we can’t focus on a single thing.  But the algebra and Latin homework you didn’t get done prevents you from taking the break you feel is necessary. […]

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Healthy Living

When Panic Attacks

It’s normal to feel stress when you have big projects, occasions, and things to do. When that stress turns to worry it may become frightful and interfere with your daily life. When that begins to happen you may be suffering from a panic or anxiety disorder. Once you understand these […]

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Advice

How To: Avoid Ebola

The first laboratory-confirmed case of Ebola in America occurred in Dallas, Texas. Thomas Eric Duncan, the infected patient, was diagnosed on Sept. 30, 2014. He died eight days later. When Duncan first had several symptoms of Ebola on Sept. 24, he went to the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital. None of […]