#BlackLivesMatter: Breaking Down Misconceptions and Policies

Feven Shonga, Staff Reporter

July 9, 2020

In 2012, a 17-year-old boy by the name of Treyvon Martin was killed by George Zimmerman while he was visiting his family in Florida. Wearing a hoodie, Martin was walking back home after buying Arizona tea and skittles from a conveni...

Porque Ahora: #LasVidasNegrasImportan

Adriana Quinonez Solano, Staff Reporter

June 9, 2020

"Is freedom to be conceived merely as an inherent, given characteristic of man, is it a freedom which is confined within the human mind, is freedom an internal experience? Or, on the other hand, is freedom only the liberty to...

The Reality of Life for Native Americans

Adriana Quinonez Solano, Staff Reporter

May 23, 2020

Native Americans are the indigenous peoples of the Americas. They have lived in North and South America, including what would become the United States, for thousands of years, well before Christopher Columbus set eyes on the continents....

Dear Students: An Open Letter from High School

Feven Shonga, Staff Reporter

May 2, 2020

Dear Students, The four years you spend in high school will be some of the most crucial years of your young lives. These few years will be filled with highs and lows, but you can--and should--make the best of them. You’re...

Middle School Versus High School: the Transition

Grace Nangueri, Staff Reporter

May 2, 2020

This fall, as we put away our swimsuits and pulled out our books, the school doors swung open in anticipation of the new school year. As students returned to school, many of us had to go through the dreaded change of a lifetime:...

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