AP Language Arts Students Recognized in The New York Times Student Editorial Contest

Three Archer students received accolades from The New York Times’ 8th Annual Student Editorial Contest for work they did as part of AP Language Arts. 
Lily M. ’22 was chosen as a Runner Up and had her work published (one of the top 26 essays out of over 11,000 entries). Her essay is titled, “Where are the MEN in Menstruation?" Naya B.-M. ’22 and Sara M. ’22 were both Round Four Finalists (two of the top 151 essays out of over 11,000 entries) for “Giving the Cold Shoulder to Dress Codes” and “Our Unhealthy Obsession with Mental Health is Harming Gen- Z : Has the De- stigmatization of Mental Health Stigmatized Normal Emotions?" respectively.

Art by Na Kim
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