Posts Tagged as "merced"

The Weight of the Youth Vote

January 20, 2021 /

Youth in Merced find their voices to be impactful when it comes to the presidential election.

Merced’s Momentum into a Safe Place

June 29, 2020 /

Merced, Calif.-  Pride month is upon us, a month of celebration for one’s self-expression for the LGBTQ+ community. Read More

Students feel misled by school board about graduation cap decorations

May 30, 2019 /

  Students from multiple Merced Union High School District (MUHSD) schools gathered at Merced High School on May 8 to address the school board regarding decorating graduation caps, frustrated with a lack of policy that was inclusive of all students. Read More

Youth advocates hope for sports program vouchers in Merced

April 3, 2019 /

Members of Rise and Lift advocate for a sports voucher program so that youth from low income families could access sports in Merced.

Believing in Myself

February 7, 2019 /

Friendships have the potential to impact our wellness positively or negatively. How do you cope when a companion is no longer a part of your life?  Read More

Let’s talk about anxiety

August 9, 2018 /

    I have anxiety. I’m a 16 year old introvert who over the last year has figured out that she has anxiety. Read More

We ‘Ced weighs in on police brutality in Merced

July 16, 2018 /

The We'Ced Youth Media cohort weighs in on police brutality in Merced, especially with an ongoing case of police brutality in the community.

Merced supports #KeepingFamiliesTogether

July 11, 2018 /

Reporter Aaliyah Jensen photographed Merced's participation in the nationwide #KeepFamiliesTogether action.

New Skate Park in South Merced Breaks Ground

May 29, 2018 /

A skate park for youth set to be built at South Merced's McNamara Park broke ground on May 16.

Breaking Beauty Standards

May 29, 2018 /

Aaliyah Jensen explains why society's expectations of beauty are unhealthy and what we can do to break the standards.