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Beware of Your Direct Messages!!

Beware of Your Direct Messages!!

Amber Reddish, Photojournalist

December 12, 2018


Filed under News, Uncategorized

In the past decade, social media has become increasingly more popular. Young girls in particular often flock to apps such as Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter. Through using these platforms users make themselves susceptible to public scrutiny, as well as giving others a way to contact them. In many ca...

A Week Full of Red

A Week Full of Red

Amber Reddish, Photojournalist

December 12, 2018


Filed under News

Every year schools around the country dedicate a week to drug awareness. A week known as Red Ribbon week. Teachers pass out red bracelets to the students, discuss the threat drugs pose to our lives, and try to make us choose the best path for our futures. By dedicating a whole week to the nationwide ...

Migrant Caravan Runs the Border in Attempt to Cross Over

Migrant Caravan Runs the Border in Attempt to Cross Over

Kathleen Toblesky, Photojournalist

December 11, 2018


Filed under News

After the recent arrival of the migrant caravan, the large crowd of thousands of Central Americans are now waiting just outside the US borders in the Mexican city of Tijuana. Prior to their arrival, President Trump labeled it “an invasion” and promptly sent 5,200 US troops to prevent them from ent...

Louisiana School Scandal

Louisiana School Scandal

Grace Kim, Section Editor

December 11, 2018


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How far will you go to get into your dream school? Harvard? Yale? Possibly Cornell?  A school in Louisiana notoriously known for their viral acceptance reaction videos to elite universities such as Ivy League schools are under fire today for falsifying their records. In order to get students into t...

To Mars and Beyond

To Mars and Beyond

Courtney Huitt, Photojournalist

December 11, 2018


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After a 6 month long journey through space, at 2:54 p.m. ET on November 26, NASA’s newest robot called the InSight lander landed on the surface of Mars (Nationalgeographic). Intense anticipation filled the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California as the entry, descent, and landing engineers waited fo...

Fighting the Flames

Fighting the Flames

Sarah Lemos, Photojournalist

December 4, 2018


Filed under News

In the past few weeks, multiple wildfires have started all over California. Some good news was brought to locals knowing that the fires were contained. There are over 8,400 firemen working on this blaze. There’s nothing great about having to confront the flames, but firefighters always do. They ar...

Birthright Citizenship

Birthright Citizenship

Juliette Fournier, Editor

December 4, 2018


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President Trump announced recently he wants to end birthright citizenship through the passing of an executive order. Many Americans grew concerned about whether he would actually be able to do this. So is it actually possible for the President to fulfill this goal through an executive order? While it is...

Amazon Decides Locations for HQ2

Amazon Decides Locations for HQ2

Janet Han, Editor

December 4, 2018


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Amazon has quickly been taking over the e-commerce world, with a rapidly increasing array of services and fulfillment centers to make online shopping faster and easier than ever. The original headquarters, Seattle, has benefited greatly- with over 40,000 jobs created in about 33 buildings. The company...

CBD Oil: A Cure for Cancer?

CBD Oil: A Cure for Cancer?

Janet Han, Editor

November 27, 2018


Filed under News, Opinions

Whereas the legalization of marijuana has been both heavily criticized and supported, its more medical counterpart, CBD oil, has been mainly overlooked. However, within the medical community, CBD oil has recently been received with praise and speculation due to just how much of a miracle drug it is be...

How to Help California Wildfire Victims

How to Help California Wildfire Victims

Tiffany Vo, Photojournalist

November 14, 2018


Filed under News

Across the state of California, three massive fires continue to destroy thousands of acres of land. The Camp Fire, located in Northern California, has burned about 130,000 acres and has become the state’s most deadliest fire recorded. In Southern California, another 105,000 acres have been ravaged...

Death Toll Increases as Camp Fire Continues to Grow

Death Toll Increases as Camp Fire Continues to Grow

Wayne Chan, Editor-in-chief

November 14, 2018


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  On November 8th, Camp Fire started in Butte County in Northern California and began to expand into the largest and most destructive wildfire seen in Californian history. Currently, it is recorded that Camp Fire has destroyed 138,000 acres of land, 10,000 plus buildings, and caused a death...

Immigrant Caravan on Its Way to the Southern Border

Immigrant Caravan on Its Way to the Southern Border

Kathleen Toblesky, Photojournalist

November 6, 2018


Filed under News

A caravan of thousands of migrants is on its way to the US Southern border from Central America. The reason being, according to BBC, is to escape their home countries and a life of poverty, violence, and persecution.   The caravan first began around October 12, when 160 Hondurans prepared to ...

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