Let’s face it – most cyber-bullying starts at school
We’re talking about cyber-bullying, and it almost always starts at school. For the most part, cyber-bullying is like other forms of bullying – and kids survive it and move on. But sometimes they don’t – as we saw in the recent suicides of Rutgers University freshman Tyler Clementi and Massachusetts high school student Phoebe Prince.
So you think college is expensive?
Small Risk, Big Reward
Worried about childhood obesity? Start with Halloween.
So what does “take on an empty stomach” really mean?
How Do You Plan to Celebrate Literacy Month?
What Do We Stand For?
The Junior League: 100 Years of Volunteer Service, Chapter 1
Loaded with important history, profiles of inspiring women, and compelling coverage of significant accomplishments with great relevance to The Junior League of today (and an occasional bit of juicy trivia), the titles are increasingly tough to get your hands on, so we decided to serialize them, chapter by chapter, here on connected to make them more accessible to members.
Empty Backpacks on the First Day of School?
So in a perfect world, Junior Leagues wouldn’t have back-to-school programs because every kid would have parents who can buy a backpack’s worth of school supplies.
But this isn’t a perfect world.