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Greta Herbertz

Current Age: 18
Favorite YPress Story: 8th Graders Came Through for City

Stories by Greta

Boys and girls swear diffrently, says Kamen Rose, 18
Language evolves, says IU linguist
By Naomi Farahan, 15, Allison Albrecht, 14, Kara Williams, 15, Greta Herbertz, 14
Girls and boys use different curse words, says Kamen Rose, 18
Fresh from the national conventions
By Hrishikesh Deshpande, 17, Greta Herbertz, 14, Hannah Zimet, 18, Sigal Tavel, 16, Isaiah Treadwell, 17, Shanze Tahir, 15, Ali Tahir, 17, Carmela Verderame, 12, Naomi Farahan, 15, Priya Mirmira, 15, Izabella Robinson, 14, Alaina Bradds, 17
Lots of excitement and pomp at the conventions.
Cubs discuss pros, cons of tiger mothers
By Priya Mirmira, 15, Sigal Tavel, 15, Allison Albrecht, 13, Greta Herbertz, 14
Immigrant parents "are driven by the expectations of their own parents and the fact that their parents have worked so hard to give them good lives,” says Victoria Xiao, 16.
Joey Coachys and mom in 2012
No one had to ask them twice
By Hrishikesh Deshpande, 16, Quinn Andrews, 17, Ellen Flood, 14, Greta Herbertz, 14
Some decisions were hard to make, but not for Joey Coachys, seen here with his mother.
Ambassadors are pleased to see the fruits of their efforts.
8th-graders came through for city
By Hrishikesh Deshpande, 16, Quinn Andrews, 17, Ellen Flood, 14, Greta Herbertz, 14
“I felt like I did my part."
Photo courtesy of League of Women Voters of California
Vox Pops: The 2012 Election
By Pete Shirley, 18, Justin Herring, 12, Greta Herbertz, 14
"Did you vote for Obama in 2008, and will you vote for him in 2012?"
Brenai Stockton, 12, Indianapolis, has been with her mentor for four years.
Befriend a child, save a life
By Greta Herbertz, 13
Brenai Stockton, 12, says mentor Tonja Eagen helps her make good decisions. She’s somebody to talk to about things that I really don’t like to talk to my mom about.”
Helping hands give children a leg up
By Victoria Kreyden, 16, Greta Herbertz, 13
“The research is pretty clear that youth who are in positive, long-lasting, intensive relationships do better over time in all of those areas we talked about: academic, behavioral and psychological,” according to Professor Jean Rhodes of the University of Massachusetts, Boston.