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  • May 14, 10:50 amGrad Night is on May 23rd! Tickets go on sale May 21st from 12:00-2:00 p.m. on campus.
  • May 3, 3:56 amThe new school schedule will begin Tuesday, May 4th. Be sure to arrive to class at 8:40 a.m.

Fried Foods Are Killing You Slowly

Nicholas Porter October 21, 2020

Mothers, brothers, sisters, nephews, aunts, uncles, and many people’s family members are now dying, and a major contribution to their deaths are the unhealthy fried foods.  Over a third of Americans...

An Essential Anti-Racist Resource List

Ashley Quic October 2, 2020

Photo by Tandem X Visuals on Unsplash “Don’t ask the wounded to do the work.”  That’s what Dena Simmons, a scholar, and practitioner of social-emotional learning and equity wrote in her...

The New Rapid COVID-19 Testing

Julie Barrios October 2, 2020

Abbott- BinaxNOW Kit Citizens won't have to wait days for COVID test results now. The FDA approved a new COVID-19 test that will be faster, easier, and cheaper, with no special equipment needed,...

The Newest Cozy and Spooky Hoodies

Adali Trujillo October 1, 2020

The Nightmare Clothing was created to bring some spookiness, coziness, color, and joy into your world as it does to mine. With the amazing ¨NIGHTMARE¨ reflective logo across the chest and the three reaching...

The Symbolism and Interpretation Behind Dreams

Jocelyn Hernandez, Photo & Video Editor October 1, 2020

Some experts think dreams have specific meanings behind them while others may think it’s all theorizing on what goes on inside our heads while we sleep. Dreams can be exciting, confusing, mournful,...

An Unexpected Senior Year

Andrew Gomez September 25, 2020

2020 has been a year to remember and one to forget. One thing that a lot of students won’t forget is how we have to do school online. Doing virtual schooling has been a very hard or very easy transition...

Performative Activism: Harmful or Helpful?

Morgan Daniels September 25, 2020

Have you or a friend posted a picture at a protest with the hashtag #blacklivesmatter? Quick newsflash...that doesn’t make you an ally. Going to a march to have a quick photo opp isn’t helping anything.    Performative...

Understanding a Musical Masterpiece: Folklore

Maya Lyou September 25, 2020

“Folklore,” Taylor Swift’s new indie-folk album, written and produced entirely over quarantine, was released July 24, less than 24 hours after the surprise eighth album announcement. Swift’s announcement...

Truly Devious Trilogy: A Promising Start for Murder Mystery in YA

Hailey Reyes June 10, 2020

Young Adult author Maureen Johnson has outdone herself in completing The Truly Devious Trilogy that wrapped in mid-January. The series exhibits carefully crafted plot twists, intense character development,...

Twisted Tales in True Crime: The Harm True Crime Has on Society

Hailey Reyes June 10, 2020

Captivity truly tends to be the essence of True Crime, with its enticing tales of grief, loss, and disturbing nature. A bullet that can’t be dodged in today’s pop-culture platforms, True Crime has...

The Unseen Nightmare

The Unseen Nightmare

Jordan Foster June 10, 2020

Leigh Whanell’s sci-fi horror movie titled “The Invisible Man” has the mysteriousness that one craves for and the suspense that another dies for.  This film revolves around Cecilia Kass who escapes...

Is Old Drizzy Back?

Chelsea McKinnon and Hasan Daniels June 9, 2020

On March 30, Candian rapper, Drake revealed on Instagram not only that he is in the works of creating an album that he is planning to drop this summer, but also the release of his momentous mixtape titled...

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