Spreading positive qualities to others

Valerie Vasconez, Staff Writer

December 19, 2017

Filed under Opinion

think a lot of us ask ourselves from time to time, "Am I nice?" If we feel like the answer is ‘no,’ then what are we doing wrong? Well, this was a much simpler answer than I thought, but can be so complex. Define a good person? ...

Building connections with others

Lizveth Dominguez, Staff Writer

December 19, 2017

Filed under Opinion

riends you have around you matter; it’s why you should know who your friends are, and if they’re actually the ones you should keep around. There are many things that make a good friend. Yes, you may think that you have th...

Stop stressing yourself more than you need to

Rosario Chavez, Staff Writer

December 19, 2017

Filed under Opinion

elationships can be extremely stressful, especially while you’re still in school. When it comes to your grades, you should care about them. "I met my girlfriend when I was in middle school," said junior Axel Chavez. "If there...

A frightening scare is averted

Portia Bingham, Staff Writer

December 19, 2017

Filed under Opinion

isten- there are a lot of stereotypes about gay people, and I fall into a lot of them. However, there are two that hit particularly close to home for me. These two stereotypes? One: gay people can’t drive. Two: gay people can...

The difficulties of public speaking

Esmeralda Presiado, Staff writer

December 19, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Pro/ Con

ublic speaking is an important skill. I will never deny that. However, it is a skill not many people possess, yet teachers make it their mission to "teach" us how to step out of our comfort zones. It’s called a comfort zone for a reason....

The difficulties of public speaking

Karen Virgen, Staff Writer

December 19, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Pro/ Con

Public speaking is a skill that students either have and are really good at, or they don’t have and despise even the idea of it. If you met me freshman year, you would have met a shy, insecure girl that would turn red if th...

What I’m thankful for …

What I’m thankful for …

November 17, 2017

Mind your own mouth!!

Portia Bingham, Copy Editor

October 23, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Religion and politics have been a particularly polarizing topic for the past year, and, naturally, people tend to have strong opinions on these subjects. Students and teachers talk, and this can either be a good, or bad thing...

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