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The Quarantine
While the quarantine has limited our usual activities from taking place, it has also paved way to new experiences. Being stuck at home all day with all of your devices may seem like a recipe for Netflix and binge-eating; don’t fall into this trap. Yo
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Friend Interviews B+T+M+M
I decided to ask my grade 10 friends this question, “How have you been motivating yourself throughout quarantine and are there any goals that you have for yourself that you are accomplishing during this time?” I find that it is really important to ch
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Self-Care
2020 has been… interesting, to say the least. Some might say chaotic, some might say turbulent, some might say a dumpster fire that continually gets bigger. Regardless, these times can be stressful, and it’s especially important to take care of your
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A Civil Rebellion
The time for change is now. Following the tragic death of George Floyd, people everywhere sought to do something to help out. Along with average civilians, celebrities were making their voices heard. Most celebrities posted on their personal accounts
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Learning New Skills In Quarantine
My motto is Carpe diem. It means seize the day in Latin. I want to make the most out of the one life I have. I am reminded everyday that life is short and to make the best of it. With the onset of COVID 19, staying safe and socially distanced during
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BLM BLACK LIVES MATTER Say their Names
instagram-mysticalclaythings_ Athletes take a stand by Amarachi Achioso, 15 | Ontario Breonna Taylor was a 26-year-old African-American emergency medical technician who was a victim of police brutality. On March 13, 2020, the Louisville Metro Police
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The Activists’ & Advocates’ Guide To Being Quarantined
Definitions from Oxford Languages: ad·vo·cate/advoket/ noun A person who publicly supports or recommends a particular cause or policy ac·tiv·ist /aktivist/ noun a person who campaigns to bring about political or social change 1. Organize with others
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Favorite Albums of 2020
My favorite albums of 2020 are Heartbreak Weather by Irish singer Niall Horan and Walls by English singer and songwriter Louis Tomlinson. In my opinion, these are albums that you cannot just skip through. Each album has a variety of songs that you ca
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Haneen, 13
I spoke with my friend Haneen (13) and asked her about her time in quarantine. BGM: How have you been motivating yourself in online school? I wanted to have a good report card. Even if we were doing work online and some of my friends decided not to d
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Jessica’s
My favorite album of 2020 so far is Eternal Atake (Deluxe) - LUV vs. The World 2, by Lil Uzi Vert. I think there were consistently good songs and I was not disappointed. My favorite songs are Myron, Lo Mein, Futsal Shuffle 2020, That Way and P2. I ha
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TOP 13 Deva’s MOVIES
CAUTION: Some movies are rated MA and some may have a content rating of R. Please seek parental approval before watching! It follows the story of Nina, a ballerina, as she goes about her job at a professional dance company. With a new production of S
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Friend Interviews
Thank you to Ohemaa (18), Aitana (15), Alexa (15), Sav (19), Payden (17), Maddy (18), Aimee (18): Doga (16): Aaliyah (18), and Natalie (15) for sharing their experiences with BGM BGM: How have you been motivating yourself in online school? Ohemaa: On
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Kamara’s
Many people have already seen this first movie, as it came out in 2017. But for those who haven’t, I highly suggest you get to it. This movie by Jordan Peele will have you on the edge of your seat, literally. Although it is a horror movie, this film
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Creating A New Path
Looking toward the new decade, there are many milestones to look forward to. Graduation, first job, first promotion, maybe even starting a family. But at this present point in my life, growing up can be kind of scary. I mean, it was just yesterday th
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Friend Interviews
Thank you to my grade 9 friends Sanaa, Ella, Andrea, Serena, and Jenna for letting me interview them. BGM: How does it feel not to be able to see your friends in person? “Since social media and technology allows contact without physical presence as a
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Looking Forward To A New Decade
Things get worse before they get better. Although the first half of 2020 has been rocky, I have high hopes for the rest of this decade. Instead of creating negative scenarios, we should shift our focus to the potential that the coming years have. The
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Friend Interviews
Thank you to Julia, Tiffany, Rachel, Ava, and Madison for taking the time to share their experiences “During quarantine I’ve been occupying myself by enhancing my current skills and hobbies such as drawing and baking. A long side that, I’ve been play
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Teen Black Girl's Magazine1 min lettiInternet & Web
Third BGM teen Edition!
Dear Readers, 2020 has been a most unpredictable year. In this issue, BGMTeen writers recall the events of the year so far. Thanks also to the interview contributions of friends who weighed in on their quarantine experiences, including the artistic e
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Friend Interviews
Many thanks to B & V in grade 12 who took out time to share their quarantine experiences. BGM: How have you been motivating yourself in online school? Making a schedule and making sure I take enough breaks in between so that I don’t feel burnt out. (
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2020
I think I speak for all of us when I say we came into 2020 expecting something glorious—and got quite the opposite. A long list of New Year’s resolutions awaited me. I soon found out I would not even have the time of day to work on them. From the Aus
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Life in 2020's Pandemic
I thought that 2020 was going to be a fresh start and one of the years that I would remember forever. I can tell you one thing - this is a year that I’ll never forget. Everyone thought the new decade was going to be fun, refreshing, and a start to a
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Vivian & Kowalski
Many thanks to Vivian (grade 12) and Kowalski (grade 12) for doing this interview! BGM: How have you been motivating yourself in online school? Vivian: I’ve been working on online school work during the times I find I’m the most productive. During th
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Covid-19 A GAME CHANGER
It felt like the world was ending. When the Coronavirus hit, life changed right before our eyes. We developed a “new normal”. No more hanging out with friends. No more school. No more unnecessary outings. No more travel. No more life. We were trapped
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