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Latara Boodie, Youthlink Writer It's common knowledge: most of us are walking around with empty pockets. Let's face it, with this economy, it is really hard to pull off that extravagant dinner-and-a-movie date most of us like so much. What if you can get that same romantic experience for a little more than a red cent, though? Ok, fine, maybe a lot more, but it still won't cost you an arm and a leg. Check out our seven cheap-date ideas guaranteed to give you a good time on a tight budget.
Diana Arias-Lazcano, Youthlink Writer 1. Your friendship with a close friend is tearing apart because you both like the same person and neither one wants to give him/her up. Would you rather just step back and let your friend have the person OR talk to him/her about it?
Latara Boodie, Youthlink Writer
Latara Boodie, Youthlink Writer
Latara Boodie, Youthlink Writer What does Black History Month mean to you? February is the month selected to celebrate black history and the life, achievements and character of the black community. There is great pride despite the adversities which we, as a people, have overcome as we have grown stronger from defying the odds we have had to face.
Arianne Hammond, Youthlink Writer
Dear Counsellor,
Latara Boodie, Youthlink Writer
Latara Boodie, Youthlink Writer
Latara Boodie, Youthlink Writer As we cross our last 'T's and dot our final 'I's, soon and very soon we will be able to close another eventful school year with a sigh of great relief, and shout "Hello Summer!" This is the most awesome season on our beautiful island. With the temperature soaring a couple degrees higher and the illusion of freedom, July and August are usually filled with adventure, new experiences, new people, and memories that will last a lifetime.