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  • SMILE

    SMILE

    Evette Gallardo, Staff Writer, Editor

    May 18, 2018

    When life gets you down, you know what you got to do?   SMILE!   Now before you go on to ask, ‘how’s that supposed to help?’ Think about what smiling does to your body; your brain for that matter. Smiling can be really good for you, it’s a pivotal part of your daily lif...

  • Teachers and counselors celebrate Students Final College Choices After SIR Day

    Teachers and counselors celebrate Students Final College Choices After SIR Day

    Dustin Cerda, Staff Writer, Editor

    May 17, 2018

    May 1st, SIR day, is an important day for high seniors because it is the deadline for students to submit their Statement of Intent to Register to the college of their choice. The SIR finalizes a students admission to one of the colleges they were admitted to. The counselors invited seniors to the MPR on...

    Senior Jennifer Aguado celebrates her submission of her Statement of Intent to Register at Cal State San Bernardino.

    Dustin Cerda

  • Genesis Miranda Wins 8th In The Nation at the Girls CIF State Wrestling Championship

    Genesis Miranda Wins 8th In The Nation at the Girls CIF State Wrestling Championship

    Alicia Herrera, Staff Writer

    May 17, 2018

    Genesis Miranda, senior at Moreno Valley High School, made her success as she placed 3rd in State and 8th in the nation at the CIF State Wrestling Championship.   Genesis has been wrestling for four years. When she found out she won 8th in the nation she said ¨I felt amazing and relieved....

  • Senior AVID Students Recognized at UCR

    Senior AVID Students Recognized at UCR

    Jesus Castillo, Staff Writer

    May 9, 2018

    The AVID Senior Recognition took place on April 21st at UCR and gave the AVID seniors a chance to celebrate their accomplishments of getting through and staying with the AVID program. “I feel hyped because it’s the first ceremony of our senior year,” senior Jacari McKinney said. McKinney was e...

  • March for Teens

    March for Teens

    Skye McNeal, Staff Writer

    March 15, 2018

    Disgust. Disappointment. They’re lessening the amount of importance, I thought, They’re undermining the whole point of this event. An hour later, a well spoken, well dressed career woman was in the front office with Moreno Valley High School administrators speaking with them about the “civic engagement...

    A poster made by senior Alana Carmona hangs on the wall during the #enough event. "The hashtags on the poster are some of the ones that have been used since the shooting in order to raise awareness," Carmona said. "The list in black are some of the mass murders that have happened since Columbine up until now. There were too many for one poster so I chose some that were well-known and the ones with a high number of death and injuries. The names in red are the names of the 17 people who died in the Florida shooting. The dates are the day the event happened and the day March For Our Lives took place."

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Teens with Social Anxiety Disorder Often Suffer Alone in Silence

March 5, 2018

Surviving the Global Pandemic

March 5, 2018

The Two Sides of Valentine’s Day

The Two Sides of Valentine’s Day

February 27, 2018

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Still Sprouting

January 25, 2018

Keep the Money

January 24, 2018

American(s) Dream

January 24, 2018

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SMILE

The Life of a Student Athlete: Overworked and Underappreciated

April 25, 2018

Look for the Positives, Even In the Most Negative Times

April 25, 2018

When Navigating Through High School, Having a Teacher to Turn to Can Make All the Difference

April 25, 2018

The Implications of Legalizing Marijuana

April 25, 2018

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