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A Certain Type Of Person

Kimberly Cruz, Staff Writer, Sports Editor

June 1, 2017

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Smile comparable to the sun on a good California day; a soft refreshing glow. Eyes built around a mother’s kindness that can look on anything and find it beautiful. Such attributes are not needed to be a teacher, but for those ...

Speak For The Win

Christopher Gutierrez, Staff Writer

May 18, 2017

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Itzelth Gamboa, a senior at Moreno Valley High School, has recently taken part in a Rotary Club Speech Contest that challenges students from different schools to perform a speech that, according to the Rotary Club of Moreno Va...

To My Childhood Bullies

Anonymous

May 11, 2017

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I bet you never thought you'd hear from me again. Bet you'd never think that I'd bring it up. I bet you think that I forgot. I didn't, I never did. The words you threw at me will always stick to my skin; unwanted and bothersom...

Me Against The World

Patricia Paz, Staff Writer

May 8, 2017

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I was sitting on my brother’s soccer couch looking at the scarf hanging from the curtain rod near all the photos and awards that he had received. Sobbing and contemplating whether or not I should take my life.   I...

Remember That Time You Got Your Heart Broken? We Can Help.

Tabitha Solis, Staff Writer, Student Life Editor

February 16, 2017

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Heartbreak is one of the worst things you can feel. It can sometimes feel unbearable at first. The saying “You’re first heartbreak is the worst.” is always something I strangely think about. I can even say I’m kind of ho...

The Sounds of Silence

Lizbeth Alfaro, Opinion Editor

February 13, 2017

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Growing up, most of our parents read to us. Many times, they might even exaggerate their voice for a funny or dramatic effect. For MVHS senior Crista Weaver, it wasn’t any different. The only exception is her parents read to he...

I Wish You Knew

Itzelth Gamboa, Staff Writer, Opinion Editor

February 2, 2017

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I am the only child. And I’m blessed. But my mother was 20 years old when her and my father ended it; I was four. She had me when she was 16; she had to give up her youth for me -which she often likes to remind me. But I am he...

Is A College Degree The End All To Success

Camila Gonzalez, Sports Editor

January 26, 2017

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For four years of our lives we spend eight hours a day for five days behind a desk, preparing ourselves not for the real world, but for college. If going to college is one of the school's top priorities does that mean being ready for ...

A Life Of Self-Perceived Loneliness, Social Anxiety, And Change

Christopher Gutierrez, Staff Writer

January 26, 2017

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Julian Rodriguez sits alone in his small room, playing with dust covered wrestling toys and 99 cent toy soldiers as he tries to drown out the smell of bleach and Fabuloso from the hallway. His mother’s best attempts at cleaning an in...

The Struggles Of A Young Parent

Romeo Orozco, Staff Writer

January 25, 2017

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  “My number one moment that I remember was when I was struggling and I had no money, no one to call and I had to go trash dig for some cans to get you milk.”     Being a young parent isn't easy, especially ...

The Truth About Anxiety

Priscilla Esqueda, Staff Writer

January 25, 2017

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How many students struggle with anxiety, and how can students overcome it? Statistics say that, a million students in the U.S. struggle with anxiety. Anxiety disorders are highly treatable, but only about one third of those s...

Dank Memes

Dank Memes

January 25, 2017

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