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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.

Fate of the 2020 Election Secretly Lies in the Hands of New Voters

Phoenix Fulton October 21, 2020

On November 3, the fate of America will rest in the hands of the upcoming generation, as new voters will control the majority of the outcome of this approaching election. With a race war brewing just...

The Peculiarities of Life Inside the NBA Bubble

Anjhela Henry October 21, 2020

Due to Utah Jazz players Rudy Gobert and Donavan Mitchell testing positive for coronavirus, the NBA season was indefinitely suspended until the NBA came up with a solution that no one has seen before. After...

The Toils of Developing a COVID-19 Vaccine

Kadi Donis October 21, 2020

In early August, the development of a COVID-19 vaccine that could be released sometime between October 2020 and May 2021 was announced, but it hasn’t been without its controversy. A vaccine would...

Why Rushing the Coronavirus Vaccine is Risky

Vivian De Waart October 19, 2020

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has asked public health officials to be prepared to start the distribution of a COVID-19 vaccine as soon as late October or early November, reports...

The Shooting of Jacob Blake: A Timeline of Events

Valerie Palomo October 1, 2020

KENOSHA - The shooting of a 29-year old black man named Jacob Blake sparked civil unrest all over the country. Protests have become violent, which resulted in the shooting of three people and the arrest...

Steroids Proven to Help Clinically Ill Coronavirus Patients

Vivian De Waart September 25, 2020

Steroids have now been proven to reduce mortality in severely ill coronavirus patients. The findings were published by the Journal of the American Medical Association on Wednesday, September 2nd.    The...

The Importance of Face Masks + DIY How-Tos

Kailey Torres April 30, 2020

The stress of the COVID-19 pandemic has caused citizens to undergo extreme panic and cause them to overstock their homes. One of the many items that experienced a steep incline in stores has been face...

The Pros and Cons of Online School

Scott Felt April 27, 2020

Due to the severity of COVID-19, there have been a large number of changes made and one of them is students transitioning to online schooling. Online schooling presents many advantages alongside disadvantages....

Social Media’s Impact on Coronavirus Perception

Reese Gonzalez April 1, 2020

The Coronavirus has become a huge conversation for the past couple of months, with each week passing it has become an extremely hot topic. The news and media have been keeping the rest of the world...

Discrimination Rises Alongside Coronavirus

Veronica Sierra March 31, 2020

"Asian people wearing masks in public are often victims of racial harassment and derogatory remarks. COVID-19 has only intensified the severity of such remarks."  As reported on Insider, Devin Cabanillas’s...

Covid-19: How the Pandemic Is Affecting Our Communities' Stores

Covid-19: How the Pandemic Is Affecting Our Communities’ Stores

Isabel Umekubo and Cierra Pringle March 30, 2020

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Da Vinci Schools Announces Closure Will Continue Until May 4th. Online Schooling Resumes, but Questions about the Future Arise.

Chelsea McKinnon and Isabel Umekubo March 27, 2020

WISEBURN - Mid-afternoon Monday morning, Matthew Wunder, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Da Vinci Schools, announced that all Da Vinci Schools will remain closed until at least May 4, planning to resume...

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