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Dystopia

Franky Sandez, Staff Writer

November 21, 2019

As a 16-year-old teenager, I hate school. Many kids hate school because it is boring or because there's too much work. I hate school because the education system isn't right. The government decides what schools do and do not teac...

Stop Bullying

Emily Aguilar, Staff Writer

November 21, 2019

In my opinion, bullying is not ok to do anywhere in the world. Bullying happens in homes, streets and especially at school. Counselors and teachers should help students that are getting bullied and also the ones who are bully...

Issues with Standardized Testing

Abigail Gonzalez-Loera, Staff Writer

November 21, 2019

Standardized testing. Students across the country work countless hours, studying to earn those elusive A’s, only to then be denied entry to the college of their dreams because of a multiple-choice test. This is the harsh real...

The Reality of Having Divorced Parents

Evette Gallardo, Editor, Staff Writer

November 21, 2019

When I was ten my parents first started showing signs of their impending divorce. My dad moved into an apartment and my mom would always go out with friends at night. It wasn’t until many months after, when my parents divorced...

Do Teens Have Too Much Self-Esteem or Do Adults Just Not Understand?

Alejandra Nava-Sanchez, Staff Writer

November 21, 2019

We are living in a generation in which adults do not understand how teenagers truly feel about their appearance. Or they assume that we are too confident because of what we post on social media. What they don’t realize is th...

Equally within Parenting

Sergio Becerra, Staff Writer

November 21, 2019

My question is “Do parents have different standards for their sons than their daughters?” I think parents do treat their sons with different standards whether it is for better or worse. As a male high school student with ...

Imperfect is the New Perfect

Stephanie Medina, Staff Writer

November 21, 2019

Most students would know what it’s like to have high expectations from adults. I know I do. Adults don’t understand sometimes that we have bigger problems than just trying to get good grades or trying to always be happy. ...

Should Society Support Artists and Others Pursuing Creative Arts?

Froy Fonseca, Staff Writer

November 21, 2019

School isn’t for everyone. Many people feel this way. Most seniors in high school don’t want to go to college, not because they can't, but because nothing interests them. “Many studies show that happiness plays a big role...

 Inequality Demonstrated by the School Administration

Anthony Argueta, Staff Writer

November 21, 2019

School is the place where students should feel free to be themselves . However it is more than clear that this isn't the case . Although we don't have the answer to getting rid of the fear of what others think of you, we can rea...

Dare to Live Unfiltered

Teresa Martinez, Staff Writer

November 21, 2019

Imagine this, a world where nobody needed or wanted the desire to edit their photos before posting them, a world where everybody loved themselves no matter how they looked. In this generation, being a teenager in high school, I ha...

Teenage Girls pressured to have the “Perfect Body”

Hallie Acevedo, Staff Writer

November 21, 2019

Body image is the biggest concern that many adolescents are worried about. Teenage girls often feel as if they need to have a “perfect body”. This leads to them obsessing over their bodies and picking out every flaw from it....

It’s Either Hunger or Classwork: You Pick

Akayla Douglas, Staff Writer

November 21, 2019

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.  It strengthens a person’s ability to focus and stay on task, which results in better performance in work and great outcomes of a finished product, at least for me.  As I myself ...

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