Killing of al-Baghdadi

Gabriel Alvarez

November 12, 2019

It has been eight years since the last despot was killed and America rejoiced. I still remember President Obama’s sedate face when he announced the assassination of Osama Bin Laden was successful. Last week, President Trump anno...

Smile Through the Pain

Colby Romay, Staff Writer

November 7, 2019

Happiness comes in many different forms and can leave quicker than you even realize it’s presence. No matter the worry or stress, all a person truly wants is to be comfortable. Happiness is most definitely a portion of that so...

What Makes You Happy ?

Jesse Ochoa, Staff Writer

November 6, 2019

My name is Jesse Ochoa and I am on a search to find other people’s happiness and I am also trying to spread ideas of happiness. I was once in a place where happiness was my next meal or getting away from home. I want to give ...

Facebook or Checkbook?

Ali Alghizzi, Staff Writer

November 1, 2019

Facebook or Checkbook?  By Ali Alghizzi  Last night was the 6th Democratic debate and it was as hectic and loud as it normally was. One of the main topics was censorship by corporations and the Chinese government. In the ...

Gavin’s School Schedule

Gabriel Alvarez

October 25, 2019

Mr. Gavin Newsom signed a law for school schedules. His bill states that elementary and middle schools can’t start before 8:00 o’clock and high schools can’t start until 8:30. When I heard this I was excited because I wo...

STOP-!t or Not-It?

Colby Romay, Staff Writer

October 22, 2019

As new generations emerge, technology becomes more advanced than ever, and almost anyone can get their hands on it, including the techware that is programmable to new devices. In schools everywhere, cameras are being employed alo...

Impeachment or Retain in Office?

October 18, 2019

What will happen? By Ali Alghizzi  October 4, 2019 Edited by Marley Gutierrez This has been a shocking week in politics and in american history. Last week, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced that she and ...

Educational Apathy

Kayli Pinaire, Editor/Staff Writer

October 4, 2019

    If you ask almost anyone about reforms the United States educational system is an inevitable topic of discussion. From academics who've experienced their fair share of true educational injustice to elementary school ...

The Speech of a Generation

Ali Alghizzi, Staff writer

October 2, 2019

The Speech of Our Generation By Ali Alghizzi September 25, 2019 Edited by Colby Morton Romay   This week a message was sent worldwide that left world leaders quiet and shocked. This speech was read by the unlikel...

Trade war or Economy war?

Ali Alghizzi, staff writer

September 18, 2019

Trade war or economy war? by Ali Alghizzi September, 18 2019 Everyone loves to shop and buy things especially online. People love buying products that make them feel happy. In the last week The highly acclaimed Gearb...

How 30 Minutes Could Improve Your Education

Gabriel Alvarez, Staff Writer

September 16, 2019

In the past I was never in favor of doing homework because I thought I had better things to do. Admittedly, sometimes I was just feeling lazy and deliberately chose not to do it. This way of thinking was not ideal for me. Little di...

The Fall of a Legendary forest

September 12, 2019

The Legendary Fall Of a Forest By Ali Alghizzi September, 12 2019 Everyone at one point has talked about or done a whole presentation on the Amazon rain forest. For those that don't know, the Amazon is actually a very impor...

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