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Stop the Anti-Asian Racism

Stop the Anti-Asian Racism

Mariana Arboleda March 25, 2021

Racism towards the Asian community is nothing new. Historically, one might look to the Chinese massacre of 1871 in Los Angeles, California, or perhaps the Japanese American internment camps during World...

#NoFarmersNoFood: Support the India Farmer Protest

#NoFarmersNoFood: Support the India Farmer Protest

Nirgurfateh Sing , Contributor March 22, 2021

For the past three months, many farmers from Punjab, Haryana and Western Uttar Pradesh, have been camping at several border points of Delhi, including Tirki, Singhu and Ghazipur, since November 28...

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Protect the Planet: Arctic Wildlife Refuge Threatened by Oil Exploration

Mariana Arboleda January 27, 2021

The once untouched Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, located along the northern Alaska coast, is in danger of being destroyed by new oil-lease sales that would bring drilling and demolition to the...

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Study Smarter: Tips to Improve Your Study Habits

Marianna Arboleda January 27, 2021

5 Effective and Efficient Studying Tips to Get You Moving   Many people believe that studying is just about looking through notes for hours and hours until words are memorized, but that’s actually...

 Enough with the Testing!

 Enough with the Testing!

Ashley Alcantara, Co-Arts & Entertainment Editor December 22, 2020

Have you ever sat down and wondered why taking so many tests throughout high school was essential? Of course regular tests that are given from your teachers cannot be argued with, but what about state...

R.B.G. Leaves Legacy of Powerful Feminist Ideals

R.B.G. Leaves Legacy of Powerful Feminist Ideals

November 25, 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a feminist icon.  She was the 2nd woman to sit in the supreme court, following Sandra Day O’Connor. She advocated for gender discrimination and women’s rights. Where would...

Mrs. McCormack's family created posters in support of Black Lives Matter protests.

Op-Ed: We Should All Agree Black Lives Matter

Lilian Velasquez June 10, 2020

Black Americans are three times more likely to die at the hands of police than white Americans, and 99% of killings by police officers from 2013-2018 have not resulted in any officers being charged with...

Student dresses as Clark Kent (Superman) for unofficial Character Day.

Spirit Week Sparks Debate

April 5, 2020

When a senior student realized that the 2019-2020 school year would have a shorter spirit week than usual, he created a social media frenzy to unofficially extend it.  Many seniors (and juniors, and sophomores)...

A student peruses her options.

The Road Less Traveled

Neomi Washington March 12, 2020

With this year’s presidential election fastly approaching, tensions are certainly running high. You may find yourself wanting to jump ship early, in order to save yourself from the raging dumpster fire...

Altoids will leave your breath minty fresh!

Be Prepared for Basically Anything: High School Edition

Kelly Campos, Staff Writer March 12, 2020

Whenever a new school year comes around, students have lists of supplies to buy for their upcoming classes. This typically leads to families rushing over to the nearest store selling all the materials...

How to Protect Your Relationship with Your Child

How to Protect Your Relationship with Your Child

Ayani Garris March 5, 2020

Parents, do you fight with your children when you really should be talking to them? Now, I'm no expert, but if you’re relating to this question, it shows that you’re doing a lot more harm than good....

Brothers can be manageable...sometimes.

How to Live with Older Siblings

March 4, 2020

As the youngest in the family with two older identical brothers, I can confirm that I get away with many things. Something broken? My obvious excuse is, “THE TWINS DID IT!” Older siblings are useful...

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