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African American news from Pasadena - Lifestyle - Youth Page "A Day in the Life" of Julian PinaThis week is the mark of half of the semester. As most juniors like myself now, the time that we will be in high school is growing thinner and thinner. Soon we will be kicked out of our homes and shipped out to colleges nation wide. So as junior year comes closer and closer to an end, it's important to make sure all your priorities are in check.

First, I can truthfully say thatI haven't completely confirmed what I want to do when I grow up. However, my actions are not yours. I am fairly confident that anyone who actually takes the time to still read newspapers has their entire life cut out for them. In case you don't though, here are a few things you could do to help you plan your life out.

One of the things that could help you keep your scholastic life on track would be to keep everything in files. Though tedious, it is extremely helpful in the long run.

Secondly, I would suggest getting into the habit of finishing everything at once (though I hoped you would have figured this out already). With these two things I can 80 percent guarantee that you will succeed.

Question of the Day

Like most of your parents ask you monthly as a kid, what do you want to do when you grow up? These are important questions people! Questions that must be asked.

Tip of the Day

Take school seriously and don't flunk. Just think about the horrors of living with your mother for the next 30 years!


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