No Credit students should be removed from classroom

Nikolaus Rosales, Photo Editor

February 22, 2016

Filed under Opinion

If a student has missed more than 10 days of a class, they are put on a no credit status, meaning that they receive no credit for their class, regardless of their grade. However, the student is still required to go to class,...

Student athletes should earn PE credits

Abby Karlin, Campus Life Editor

February 22, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Sports, Uncategorized

For years, the debate continues on whether or not after school sports should count as PE credits. Currently, three years of marching band and two years of JROTC can replace the PE credit.  However, participating in sports does...

Is political correctness optional?

Maria Granados, Reporter

February 19, 2016

Filed under Opinion

As long as racism, sexism, homophobia, and all other forms of oppression are accepted in everyday society as humorous, this form of thinking will not be completely eradicated. Of course, no one would hear oppressive words said...

A healthy life

Andrea Saenz, Reporter

January 11, 2016

Filed under Blogs

We all know that being sad, depressed and lying down in a bed is not healthy for anybody. However,  what makes you have a better and healthy lifestyle is by being happy. When you are happy, everything flows better. You see the...

Senior year is coming too soon

Asia Jones, Managing Editor

January 11, 2016

Filed under Blogs

Starting senior year is the most terrifying thing to imagine. That is when the pressure is placed upon my shoulders, and struggling trying to figure out what I want to become in society and just simply what college to go to....

Con: YouTube copyright policy Face Off

Kayla Rand, Co-Editor in Chief

December 15, 2015

Filed under Opinion

The way this rule is being enforced, however, needs to change. It’s unfair to all of YouTube’s users.

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Pro: YouTube copyright policy face off

Makoto Hunter, Contributing Reporter

December 15, 2015

Filed under Opinion

I believe that this debate should not be about the hypothetical impacts of YouTube’s policy. YouTube has every right to execute the policy that it uses.

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30 days of gratitude

Alexis Kunke, Social Media Director

November 2, 2015

Filed under Blogs, News

Everybody who has an Instagram can say at some point in their Insta-life that they have come across, or even attempted to participate in, a monthly photo challenge. These challenges provide prompts for posting photos themed for...

Where to have a howling Halloween

Alexis Kunke, Social Media Director

October 30, 2015

Filed under A&E, Blogs

Okay so maybe the title of this blog is a little cheesy…but I’m actually an expert on Halloween. Trust me, I have years of experience in this field. But in all seriousness I can’t think of a single reason why you shouldn’t...

Parents should stop boycotting media

Garret Allen, Copy Editor

October 28, 2015

Filed under Opinion

It seems that in the ever evolving world of media, parents are asking for more and more things to be censored so that their children aren't exposed to things they deem inappropriate. What these parents don't realize is that there...

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