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Walk Up Movement

Carley Talamantes, Staff Writer

April 9, 2018


Filed under Issue 7, Opinion

The ‘Walk Up, Not Out’ movement has swept the nation for the better. The movement was sparked when a father of a 14-year old girl who was killed in the recent Florida shooting, sent out a tweet. Ryan Petty tweeted out on March 13, the day before the nationwide walk out was about to take place. Petty’s...

Walk Out Movement

Greta Hagen, Artist

April 9, 2018


Filed under Issue 7, Opinion

We’ve seen it all over the news for the past few weeks. Walk up or walk out? If you’re not sure what those are, here’s a little summary of both. The walk out is a peaceful protest and/ or walk out of school in memory of the lives lost due to gun violence in the US, specifically the seventeen in...

Fortnite is Gaming Crazy

Fortnite is Gaming Crazy

Nayeli Preciado, Staff Writer

April 9, 2018


Filed under Issue 7, Opinion

Fortnite Battle Royale is a game that has become popular within this last month, although it was first released on July 25 2017. Fortnite has taken over students’ days lives and is what everyone has been talking about. Fortnite is a co-op sandbox survival game with building features. Before the action...

Promposals

March 23, 2018


Filed under Issue 6, Opinion

Women Want Equality

Haley DeSart, Editor

March 23, 2018


Filed under Issue 6, Opinion

In a almost snowball effect, the resurgence of women empowerment has come full force within the past year. The dawn of a new political, physical and equal era for women’s rights has risen from many different corners of the globe and women of every age and race have joined together in marches, protests...

March for Our Lives

March 23, 2018


Filed under Issue 6, Opinion

As students we should unite forces to make a change for ourselves. It is this kind of activism that obligates, not only our government, but our schools to create the change we need. Students across the nation are prepared for natural disasters. In the 1950s students were trained in the ‘duck and cover’...

Books Worth Reading

Books Worth Reading

Morgan Bjorklund, Entertainment Editor

March 23, 2018


Filed under Issue 6, Opinion

You are sitting in class getting all of your stuff organized to start the hour and your English teacher announces that you are going to start reading a book for class. Instantly, there are groans mixed with squeals of excitement. There are those students that are thrilled to read any excerpt of words...

Egg Nog

December 15, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Aliyah Verness, Feature Editor

December 15, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Eggnog is commonly referred to as “the” holiday drink, but I think it doesn’t make sense. Eggs don’t belong in drinks, and yes, I have tried it several times and just wasn’t impressed. Plus, the eggs are uncooked; thus, it can possibly make you sick. Since I get sick enough as it is, I’m...

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