A Day in the Life

The Silver Lining In My Cloud

Posted May 28, 2009 by Various

What does the expression “Every cloud has a silver lining” mean to you? A Changed Brother When I was growing up, my older brother and I never got along. We used to fight over everything and we could barely sit next to each other. We rarely had a day where we actually got along. Somehow […]

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Flex Your Health

Hunger Comes In Many Forms

Posted December 15, 2011 by The kNOw

Hunger isn’t just a feeling in one’s stomach – it can be the want of many things. We asked our youth about their experience with hunger, and here are their replies.

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A Day in the Life

Coping With Life’s Transitions

Posted June 25, 2009 by Various

Adapting to new situations and life changes can be tough for adults, let alone young people. Here’s what the writers at The kNOw had to say about dealing with life’s transitions, for better or for worse. Air Of Maturity Middle school, compared to high school. Certainly there is a difference in growing up and having […]

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College

Farewell Fresno!

Posted August 10, 2009 by Jesse Andrews

Youth Journalist, Jesse Andrews, will attend Morehouse College in Atlanta, GA in the fall. In this letter, he sends his final farewell wishes to the city and people who shaped his teen years. Hello Fresno, The time has come when opportunity has knocked on the door of my life. In the upcoming fall season, I […]

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Community

Finding Acceptance At Camp

Posted August 1, 2012 by Kevin Shelton

Growing up you always hear the phrase, “The world works in mysterious ways.” I saw the truth of this saying when I attended the Boys & Men of Color (BMoC) Summer Enrichment Camp. For many years I’ve battled a negative mindset. My motivating experience at the BMoC camp changed my mindset completely from what it was when I arrived.

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