Taking the next step

Casey Spencer '17

May 3, 2017

Filed under Opinion

People say that senior year will be the best year of many people’s lives while also being the busiest. With the constant application processes for colleges and scholarships, along with the workload you get from school itself,...

The customer is ALWAYS right?

Jack Cahill '17

April 27, 2017

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Before I got a job, I was oblivious to the true hardships of working. Building a schedule around working is tough, and the hours can get long. I used to be just another blind customer. Working as a cashier, however, I question...

The customer is always right?

March 17, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Before I got a job, I was oblivious to the true hardships of working. Building a schedule around working is tough, and the hours can get long. I used to be just another blind customer. Working as a cashier, however, I question...

Donald J. Trump

Ryan Jobes '19, Staff Editor

February 23, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Sure I’m no politics guy, neither am I a Hilary Clinton supporter but one thing I can assure you is that Donald Trump is not fit to run for president. Just because he comes up with some slogan saying “make America great again”...

Women’s March

Julianna Ford '18

February 23, 2017

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During Trumps Inauguration, there was a women’s march. People came to uplift each other in the light of Donald Trump’s new presidency. Women were seen holding signs with remarks towards their femininity. Men were seen holding...

The Thought of being Thought Of

Angela White '17, Staff Editor

February 23, 2017

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I think I can speak on behalf of many students that getting out of bed for school in the morning is extremely difficult. You’re tired and exhausted; and you don’t want to move. You always want “5 more minutes” even though...

It Gets Better- Divorce

February 23, 2017

Filed under Lifestyles, Opinion

Divorce is a word that is commonly heard. It wasn’t always this way. Years ago it was frowned upon to ever get divorced, but today most people probably know at least one friend with divorced parents. I am usually that one...

A Vote for Year Round School

Rich Racobaldo '17, Staff Editor

February 23, 2017

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Year-round schooling would be beneficial for most people. Students would be engaged in learning for longer periods of time, teachers would be paid all year long, and parents would not have to worry about child care during the...

Trump University

Ashley Bauer

February 23, 2017

Filed under Opinion

On November 18, 2016, President-elect Donald Trump reached a $25 million settlement for three lawsuits over Trump University.  The settlement covered two class-action lawsuits from San Diego and one from the New York state attorney...

Student voices heard on lanyard issue

Julianna Ford '18

February 23, 2017

Filed under Opinion

You’ve heard almost every student talk about the struggle of I.D.’s. Why do we have to wear them? Where do we have to show them? But it doesn’t match my outfit. This year administration decided to change the policy. Students...

Trump – Looking Ahead

Julianna Ford '18

February 23, 2017

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On Tuesday November 10th, 2016 the United States elected Donald Trump as the President of the United States. Some were happy and relieved that “Crooked Hillary” was defeated but others were scared and nervous for the future...

Part Timers

D'Angelo Delgado '17, Staff Editor

January 16, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Being a senior in high school can be a full-time job for many students. Final exams are just beyond the horizon, driving licenses must be earned, and college applications need to be made. But when you throw a part-time job into...

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