LHHS’s Nathan Schulman writes about popularity, labels and fitting in

Today’s podcast is about disagreements and differences with those around you, and Lake Highlands High School’s Nathan Schulman has a few things to say on that topic. Nathan’s a junior on the Academic Decathlon team and he wrestles for Coach Pete Grieder, but apparently he’s a writer, too. In his essay for the Dallas Morning News on Sunday, he asks if the Glee-style high school “popularity scale” really exists, and, if it does, can people with so many differences in so many divided groups ever learn to fit in and get along?

If you missed Nathan’s “Student Voices” column, I think you’ll enjoy reading it here.

By |2010-12-14T09:40:44-05:00December 14th, 2010|Lake Highlands High School, News, Sports|0 Comments

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Contributor CAROL TOLER and her husband, Toby, are the parents of four Lake Highlands High School graduates: Lindsay (2005), Laura (2006), Will (2009) and Ben (2010). She has an MBA from SMU and a passion for writing good-news stories about fascinating people. Email ctoler@advocatemag.com.