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Students Share Their Thoughts With TED Talks

Ideas worth spreading from the minds of Van Nuys High School students.

By Marc Cortes, Staff Writer

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The Van Nuys High School Junior Board hosted a Wolves TED Talk on May 4, from 7-9 pm.

This was inspired by the official TED (Technology, Entertainment, and Design) Talks, which aim to spread ideas and offer different viewpoints on technological, scientific, cultural, and academic topics. The Wolves TED Talk featured students who volunteered to share their opinions about any topic they desired and speeches ranged from three to seven minutes.

All in all, students were given a chance to share their voices and share their message with other students at Van Nuys High School.


 

About the Writer
Marc Cortes, Staff Writer

Currently a writer for the News Department in the Van Nuys High School journalism program, Marc Cortes is in his junior year. This is his first year working...

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