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Narrative Medicine Through Beads of Courage

Kaia Susman, Reporter January 15, 2022

Narrative medicine is used worldwide to help people struggling with health challenges. It uses people's narratives in a clinical setting as a way to encourage healing and validate the experience of the...

Teen Driving: Danger is Imminent

Chloe Orti, Copy Editor January 12, 2022

Teenagers across the nation are learning to drive and reaching the sought after milestone of freedom. Getting a driver’s license is a step towards adulthood, but the dangers of getting involved in a...

Dia de Los Muertos: Remembering Our Loved Ones

Leslie Giron, Reporter December 1, 2021

From sugar skulls to Cempasuchitls, Dia de Los Muertos is a sacred tradition passed down from generation to generation.  Originating from Aztec traditions in Mexico, Dia de Los Muertos is a special...

Jayson Finney is Experiencing His Life in Color

Phoenix Fulton, Copy Editor November 5, 2021

Even though art is meant to be an undefined idea, a virtually lawless genre of works created to express and develop the human experience, there is still a set idea of what art is supposed to be.    When...

Hispanic Culture Represented Throughout America

Adrian Flores, Reporter November 4, 2021

Individuals across the nation are spreading their culture, traditions, and educating with those who are not familiar with the culture.  Sep. 15 to Oct. 15 is a special, beautiful, and festival time...

DVC Welcomes Their Third Counselor, Monique Aldrete

Leslie Giron, Reporter November 4, 2021

As DVC continues to expand, there have been subtle changes in order to accommodate the growing student body. DVC has been in operation for nine years now, and they’ve recently welcomed their first counselor...

Chicano Culture and Its Influence Today

Jocelyn Guillermo, Reporter October 20, 2021

Previously a predatorial word, Chicano, feminine term Chicana, is an identity for people who were born in America of Mexican descent.    It was adopted with pride and became popularized during...

Higher Education through Generation

Dylan Sterling , Reporter October 19, 2021

Throughout the past couple of decades, many new ideas and opportunities have appeared before the world when looking at post-high school opportunities.  The option to travel and study abroad, to have...

“Did You Hear Them Loud Enough?” Is there a relevance of dress codes in 2021?

Marley Washington , Photo & Video Editor October 18, 2021

“In the wake of feminie based movements and social changes is there still significant relevance within the dress code policies?”   As the sun has risen and the house is still, the mirror is greeted...

Viva La Musica Mexicana

Omar Gomez, Web Editor October 18, 2021

Music is the life and soul of Mexican Culture, it makes the atmosphere light up as the music fills the ears and the rhythm travels throughout the body. As one sits in their seat and is surrounded by...

Students Get Older, Does Love Get Older Too?

Emma Gonzalez, Reporter October 1, 2021

Currently, the meaning of love and relationship standards can vary between individuals based on their educational level. A young elementary school student will have a different perspective on love and...

Charter v. Public: Who’s Winning The Fight?

Milan Safford and Dylan Guillory September 30, 2021

From the confined charter school experience to the free flowing environment of public schools, without having attended one or the other, students become very opinionated about which one they’d prefer.    While...

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