• Leah Chavez (senior): “I like winter better because we get Christmas break.” • • Cole Priest (junior): “I like fall better because it’s warmer.” • • Ruby Pina (junior): “I prefer fall because it’s not that cold.” • • Sandra Garcia (junior) : “Winter because I like staying in bed being cozy.” • • … Continue reading Fall or Winter? -A Student Response
How was your first day of school? Anacaren Rizo: “My first day of school was very intriguing due to trying to find my classes.” Sharai Munoz: “I was looking forward to seeing my friends and as well getting to meet others.” Sandra Garcia: “To be honest I thought it was boring because … Continue reading First Day of School Opinions
Today I will be discussing why we should not infringe on our 2nd amendment rights. I will be laying out a logical, well balanced plan not only to reform gun policy, but also conserve our inalienable rights as laid out in the constitution. Some people are saying that we should repeal the 2nd … Continue reading Why We Should Not Repeal The 2nd Amendment
Prom can be known as a night that can never be forgotten. It can also be known as something that you work hard for to pay for the ticket, outfit, limo/party bus or unless if your parents are going to pay for all of that then it is just a night to remember. I listed … Continue reading Prom Pros and Cons
I’ve been paying attention to our bell schedule and to other bell schedules from other schools. A few of them start ten minutes later than we do and others even start at eight in the morning! The schools that start later than us also get released around the same time as us. This makes me … Continue reading Why do schools have different bell schedules?
Is short hair or long hair better? This article can apply to women and also to the men out there. There are two kinds of women, one that likes long hair and the other kind of women that prefer short hair. Usually they say that longer hair is a hassle to take care of because … Continue reading Is Short Hair or Long Hair Better?
The student body held a school walkout, in alliance with thousands of other schools, to honor the 17 lives lost in the recent Stoneman Douglas High School massacre. The students stood in silence for 17 minutes, one minute for each life, and held hands to protest against gun violence. This is a video where I … Continue reading Motives Behind the National Student Walkout- A Video
By Bridget Bernet From the beginning, colleges with their red brick walls, ivory towers, and low-quality air conditioning systems have been looming in the distance and horrifying high school students that have no future plans--aside from the prom dress they’re going to purchase that year. Starting in 859 AD, the first established university appeared in … Continue reading Oprah Didn’t Need College, Neither Do You
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