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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.

Old Man Jackson: The One-Eighty

Omar Gomez, Reporter March 11, 2021

Young eighteen-year-old Christopher Andres Jackson gained a full scholarship to the University of Iowa for football, however, his career ended when he tore his ACL, putting him on a dark path. Old Man...

The Artist’s Search For Passion

Jocelyn Guillermo, Reporter March 10, 2021

Robert Hernandez grew up in Jalisco, Mexico. Color and expression surrounded them in the years of their youth, surrounded by their family whose creativity ran in their blood. Their uncle became wealthy...

Berlin Comes Out of Her Dark Closet to Reveal Her True Colors

Emma Gonzalez, Reporter March 10, 2021

It’s not easy being 16 years old; it’s only harder when you bring sexuality into the big picture. Junior Berlin Casillas, like many high schoolers today, questioned her sexuality and was able to honestly...

Students this, students that, How about teachers during virtual learning?

Juliana Flores, Social Media Editor March 9, 2021

As students sit and stare at their computer agitated from their class, teachers are struggling behind the scenes.  Throughout the seemingly never-ending era of virtual learning, students have been...

Maintaining During Online Schooling

Adrian Flores March 9, 2021

School this past year has been hard for many students with all of the circumstances taken into consideration. From not being able to get as much help as they need because they're not physically in class,...

Black Lives Matter: The History, The Women, The Fight

Emewodesh Eshete, Copy Editor March 9, 2021

It started with a simple hashtag “Black Lives Matter”  that quickly erupted into a powerful movement that has men, women, teenagers, and children of all genders, races, and religions standing together...

Coronavirus Interferes with the Holidays

Adrian Flores, Reporter December 15, 2020

This year has been one unimaginable ride for the entire world. With the holidays coming up, many peoples’ holiday spirits are down and many festivities are having to be rearranged due to this pandemic.  This...

The Truth Behind Tarot

Jocelyn Hernandez December 8, 2020

Though tarot card reading has become widely popular on social media platforms, it wasn't too long ago that there was a negative social stigma attached to the idea of them. Now, a new outlook on card reading...

Recap of the MLB 2020 World Series

Scott Felt December 3, 2020

This World Series was the end to a season to which we have never seen before. This is because of COVID; many teams and players were affected which is why this season is so intriguing. The season ended...

For Kobe: Los Angeles Lakers and Dodgers Win Championship the Year Kobe Died

Anjhela Henry December 3, 2020

This year has been stressful and gloomy, but Los Angeles has now opened a cloud of sunshine by winning two trophies this year.  The Los Angeles Dodgers and the Lakers both won their finals and were...

Society Loves Beauty and the Beast but Does It Love All Beauty and Races?

Emma Gonzalez November 18, 2020

In current times, our society creates beauty standards that cause people to believe they need to look a certain way that varies based on gender and race. Each race has their own struggles and their...

Students Create Playlist for DVC Tunes for Quarantine Gloom

Morgan Daniels, Social Media Editor November 13, 2020

Music has become a big part of many people’s lives for different reasons. No matter what reason, everyone can agree that when they put on their favorite songs the mood instantly gets better. Times like...

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