Mong-Phi Dao Le – Capital High School

Scams and fake businesses target everyone regardless of their backgrounds, ages and income levels. All of us may be vulnerable to a scam at some time. Scams are easier to fall for than one would think and no one really truly warns us what can happen. A lot of them prey on ignorance and familiarity. […]

Mackenzie Lynn Shattuck – Connell High School

Business and charity scams steal billions of dollars from innocent people every year. It has been reported that since 2012, scammers have stolen four hundred and five million dollars from military families. Military families are a target of many scams that are posing to be a charity that supports the military. This is a cause […]

Katherine Ann Creer – Richland High School

It is innate human nature to want to serve others. With the vast amounts of charities and companies that aim to ameliorate individuals’ situations, your donations must be used effectively and efficiently. Trust between an individual and an organization must be acquired and preserved. To research an organization, the 501(c) stamp signifies a nonprofit organization […]

Olivia Wenyue Sun – Interlake High School

Fraud can put thousands of lives at risk. Take Theranos, for example—a seemingly revolutionary blood-testing startup that employed faulty medical procedures on innocent patients. Only after the company received prestigious media features and attained a $9 billion valuation was Theranos finally exposed and charged with criminal fraud. Although it may seem that regular people can […]

Jackson Hedberg Gaines – Central Kitsap High School

The internet is undoubtedly one of the most impactful inventions to come out of the 20th century. It has revolutionized the world and how people view the world. For me personally, one of the best things to come out of this age of the internet, is the ability to watch sports highlights wherever I am, […]