Later School Start Times

Gabe Rodriguez, Guest Writer

May 17, 2019

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We should have later school start times because it can improve grades and health of students. It needs a change because only 8% of high school students get the amount of sleep they need. For every 34 minutes of extra sleep there...

L.U.N.C.H.

Madison Unrein, Guest Writer

May 17, 2019

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School lunch needs improvement. If you have ever had school lunch, you most likely feel hungry after. What sense does that make? You just ate, shouldn’t you be full? Well, it’s because you aren’t getting enough calories. Teenag...

Dangerous Internet Challenges

Jaden Marolt, Culture and Relationship Team

April 4, 2019

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New dangerous social media challenges are created everyday, putting children and teenagers at risk in various ways. The latest challenge that has spread throughout the nation is called the “48-Hour Challenge.” Children...

The Power of Medicine

The Power of Medicine

Holly Rivera, Editorials Editor

April 4, 2019

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Threats of our Diversity

Vivian Hua, Copy Editor

March 5, 2019

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With society becoming more futuristic and technology based, what happens to those that are bred for the past? Today, animals are becoming extinct with considerable speed due to various reasons. Scientists are now calling this...

Unblurring the Truth About Eyewear

Vivian Hua, Copy Editor

January 24, 2019

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For those without perfect vision, glasses and contacts are the best things to be invented to eliminate the struggle with completing daily tasks. Coming with great benefits, could this advanced eyewear actually be ruining vision...

College is Overrated

Brooke Taylor, Guest Writer

January 24, 2019

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Early November I was admitted into two public colleges. The challenge lies not only in the decision between schools, but to even go at all. The dream of many parents is for their kid to graduate from college and become successful...

Searching for Happiness Without Dependence

Autumn Sorrentino, Editor-in-Chief

January 24, 2019

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Dear Bonnie, We are now well into the new year, and I’ve fully embraced the ideology of “New Year, New Me.” I’ve started drinking more water, exercising daily, and journaling to express myself fully. I’ve stepped out...

Holiday Bops to Get You Through the Season

Joshua Smith, Culture and Relationships Team

December 19, 2018

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During this time of the year, there is something that simply can’t be escaped - Christmas music! From classics like “Jingle Bells” by The Andrews Sisters and “Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!” by Bing Crosby to...

Break the Chains of this Broken System

Jaden Marolt, Culture and Relationships Team

December 19, 2018

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Although convicts need to serve their time, America's prison systems are inhumane, overcrowded, violent, sexually abusive, and present prisoners with health and safety risks. A man named Doyle Lee Hamm, inmate, was placed...

Bringing All the Chicken Lovers to Down From the Hype

Vivian Hua, Copy Editor

December 19, 2018

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For some, chicken fingers wouldn’t be their cup of tea. However, the hype surrounding Raising Cane’s has definitely brought many to try the fast-food restaurant and their signature menu item: chicken fingers. During the...

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