Bullying at MVHS: Matadors say sorry

Tanisha Dasmunshi

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[dropcap1]W[/dropcap1]e all have something to apologize for. Maybe you had a tough day and lashed out at a friend. Maybe you ignored a classmate in need of help. Maybe you took a joke too far. Even if you aren’t intentionally hurting someone, you may still cross the line into bullying — but you can make amends by acknowledging what you’ve done. This October, also Bullying Prevention Awareness Month, Matadors talked to El Estoque about what they’re sorry for.

What are you sorry for? Leave a comment below!

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