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Posts By: Ned Purdom

After dropping off his nine-year-old brother Tyler at school, junior Prynce-Rahyeem Martin makes the long walk from Ocean View Elementary to his first-period Step to College class.

After a Friday night football game I walked home with some classmates who lived in the same general direction. We made small talk, mostly conversing about school. The last thing I expected from that night was to walk away in acrimony.

Her fingers pluck at the gu zheng (古箏) with care, each string vibrating as she plays a traditional Chinese folk song. The melodic sound of the stringed instrument is a calming escape from the hustle of school.