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Looking back on my four years

Regina Flores June 2, 2014

Is it really almost the end of my senior year? What a crazy roller coaster of a ride these past four years have been. From the trials, errors, disappointments, tears, and triumphs that I have experienced,...

Living a stapler’s life

Jesse Baxter May 29, 2014

I haven't always been angry at the world. Well, maybe not the whole world; just Mandy specifically. This all started a year ago when that stuck-up device arrived. I used to be the first-rate staple, the...

False reality: Don’t let sentiment cloud judgement

Gabby Martinez May 28, 2014

He loves me, he loves me not, he loves me... The blow to the face, the ringing in your ear, the sting on your cheek, the drowning feeling of indescribable sadness and forced guilt. Emptiness surrounds...

Dedication, determination, and delight: Teacher gives all for students, finds reward in education

Robert Morgan May 27, 2014

“I always wanted to be a teacher. When I was nine years old, my mom bought me a chalkboard and we set it up in the garage. I made my brother and sister sit in the garage and do math problems and I was...

Feelin’ chicken: Tenders may vary, but always tasty

Mikey Wolff May 20, 2014

Chicken tenders here, chicken tenders there, chicken tenders are everywhere. Lately, chicken tenders have become increasingly popular in various fast food and sit down restaurants. It’s like the new...

Teenage mom overcomes obstacles during high school

Mikey Wolff May 19, 2014

A mother: a woman who loves unconditionally, putting her child’s needs before her own. In high school, most girls don’t understand that kind of love or selfishness. When faced with the challenge of...

Short-lived stage: High school should be stepping stone in life, not claim to fame

Alanis King May 19, 2014

If one thing is certain, it’s that there needs to be a instruction manual for incoming high-school freshman - how to do this, when to do that, what’s important and what’s not going to matter in ten...

Spiderman, Spiderman, makes the best movies he possibly can

Kyle Alfaro May 16, 2014

As a kid, all I used to sing was, “Spiderman, Spiderman, does whatever a Spiderman can.”I still sing it today. I’ve been a Spiderman fan since I was a kid, and my mom has tons of pictures of me dressed...

My journalism experience: lessons learned, memories made, friendships formed in room 6160

Emily Nash May 15, 2014

High school, day one: lost, shy, and scared. My first class on that day was Journalism - Newspaper with Rebecca Dominy in room 6160. A series of questions ran through my head as 8:25 a.m. came closer and...

Orange goes with everything: Netflix original explores prison life for women

Andrea Mendes May 9, 2014

While most of us know Netflix for it’s endless supply of movies, the on-demand media provider is now adding successful television series provider to its resume with the release of hit T.V. show Orange...

Dual Functionality: Senior uses soccer as a learning experience, outlet for enjoyment

Andrea Mendes April 21, 2014

While some students pursue big dreams as sports superstars, others are content with simply playing a sport they enjoy. For senior Ben Gonzales, soccer has been a fun physical outlet as he juggles school,...

Do it for the Vine: App urges character, creativity, collaboration

Gabby Martinez April 20, 2014

Two hours of consecutive six second videos. How tedious does that sound? You begin to ask yourself, this can’t be me? It was just 11 o'clock, how is it already two in the morning? No way have I been...

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