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Should High School Students Have Jobs?

Should High School Students Have Jobs?

Amber Reddish, Photojournalist

March 25, 2018


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As a highschool student you are at this awkward age between being a young adult and being dependent on your parents. Your at the age where you’re just starting to drive, go out on weekends without parents, and spend money on things for fun. It’s a time of maturing, growing, and finding yourself. ...

Should Teachers Carry Guns?

Should Teachers Carry Guns?

Bita Zadeh, Photojournalist

March 18, 2018


Filed under Features, Opinions

  After meeting with Florida school shooting survivors a few weeks ago, President Trump said he wants "highly trained" teachers to carry guns in an effort to deter the next mass casualty event. Personal opinion can be grouped by age and gender in the highly debated topic: Should teachers carry gu...

The Banning of Books

The Banning of Books

Amber Reddish, Photojournalist

March 16, 2018


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Throughout a students high school career they will read numerous books, some interesting and some less than. These books are meant to not only educate adolescents on literature, but also on the past, present, and future. Despite all these positive influences that books provide students, there are peo...

Black Panther Rises

Black Panther Rises

Caitlyn Truong, Photojournalist

March 14, 2018


Filed under A and E, Opinions

On its opening weekend, millions of fans poured into their local movie theaters to watch one of the most diversified superhero cast on the big screen, generating a record-breaking $202 million. On its fourth weekend, Black Panther surpassed $1 billion as well as all expectations for the movie. Black Panther is one of M...

Has social media made us more self-centered?

Has social media made us more self-centered?

Juliette Fournier, Photojournalist

January 22, 2018


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Worldwide, social media has dominated the lives of people in the past few years. Even those who do not use social media have been exposed to it in some way. Social media has benefits- simpler ways for keeping in touch, broadcasting yourself and your talents, communicating with others- and negative conse...

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Movie Review

Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle Movie Review

Malieka Khan, Photojournalist

January 22, 2018


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On December 20 of 2017, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle was released into theaters nationwide and was seen as a popular movie for families to attend. Before Christmas day it gained about $64 million according to Sony Pictures. The question is is this movie really worth its hype and revenue made within ...

The Last Star Wars: What went wrong?

The Last Star Wars: What went wrong?

Juliette Fournier, Photojournalist

January 22, 2018


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After the release of The Last Jedi on December 14th, the movie received unforeseen animosity from the Star Wars fans. Unlike the positive critiques from movie critics, audiences seem to hold a deep hostility towards this movie. What could have caused such an uproar from the Star Wars fan base? One o...

The Overwhelming Problem in Pursuing Perfection

The Overwhelming Problem in Pursuing Perfection

Brandon Russell, Editor

January 22, 2018


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Living in a society in which almost demands perfection in every area of life is one in which our world is starting to form into today. The idea that anything less than an A in school is considered detrimental and the fact that getting second place is seen as a worthless attempt, the mental health of y...

Petty Presidents and Dull Dictators

Petty Presidents and Dull Dictators

Wayne Chan, Editor

January 22, 2018


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The relationship between the United States and North Korea has expectedly never been well. Naturally, a communist nation born in the ruins of warfare and established in military imposition will not bode well with a democracy such as the US. However, the objective has, at least for the US, has always...

The New Generation: An Age of Declining Intellect

The New Generation: An Age of Declining Intellect

Emily Ito, Photojournalist

January 22, 2018


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It seems that quintessential American products of apple pie, baseball, and hotdogs have been replaced by the likes of Kim Kardashian and Donald Trump as prominent symbols of American culture. Americans are obsessed with the self-indulgent and grandiose lives and the antagonistic “tweets” of unintelligent n...

A Little Bit of Cheer Everyday

A Little Bit of Cheer Everyday

Amber Reddish, Photojournalist

January 21, 2018


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During December, stores everywhere go wild with Christmas spirit. They have Christmas decorations, Christmas foods, and sometimes even Christmas crafts. Yet, at home in many aspects the holiday spirit is often lacking. The holidays are a time of joy and celebration so it is important to bring it int...

The Christmas Controversy

The Christmas Controversy

Amber Reddish, Photojournalist

January 21, 2018


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Every year beginning November 1st till the end of Thanksgiving there is a division between holiday lovers across the country. Half of these merry celebrators pull out Christmas lights to string up and holiday soundtracks to play, while others turn to baking pumpkin treats and making turkey decorations. ...

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