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Artists Emerge

Artists Emerge

Sophie Combs, Lake Ridge High School

May 10, 2018


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Millions of emotions, some that don’t even have names to describe them, all captured into one slab of clay. Writing and speaking are ways that people express their feelings, but those aren’t the only ways. Art hasn’t always just been realistic or literal; many paintings and sculptures have deeper...

Class of 2018 recalls good times at old campus

Class of 2018 recalls good times at old campus

Aryanna Rodriguez, Vidal M. Trevino School of Communications and Fine Arts

May 3, 2018


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“When we stepped off the bus at the Harding Building, an immediate feeling of nostalgia came over me. It was like I was a freshman all over again. It was a very joyous moments,” dance student Katherine Serna said as she got off the bus at the old building. On March 1 the Vidal M. Trevino School...

Legalization Lights Up Controversy

Legalization Lights Up Controversy

Bryan Rivera, Elizabeth Molina and Neitan Mayorga, Godinez Fundamental High School

May 2, 2018


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Customers flocked to dispensaries starting on New Year’s Day after it became legal to purchase recreational marijuana in Santa Ana. The city of Santa Ana recently legalized the sale of recreational marijuana after a highly publicized debate. The final vote count stood at 5-0 in favor of legalization,...

Student musicians perform at Relay for Life

Student musicians perform at Relay for Life

Harshita Avirneni and Natalie Brink, Vandegrift High School

April 30, 2018


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Six student musicians performed at Relay for Life last Friday. Sophomores Claire Lawrence and Dakota Roth preformed solo sets while freshman Noah Levine, Luke Kemmerer, sophomore Mick Smith and junior Ben Brod performed as a band. “Before [the performance] I was more nervous than I was excited,”...

The truth about the future of IGESS

The truth about the future of IGESS

Danielle Stevens, Davenport West High School

April 30, 2018


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IGESS stands for Integrated Geometry Earth and Space Science, a class run by math teacher Ryan DeGeeter and science teacher Jason Hensel. Both teachers have been a part of IGESS for four years, but there has been a rumor swirling around that IGESS might be over as of next year. Confirmed by Principal...

Upcoming Standardized Testing Causes Stress With New Format and Hectic Schedule

Upcoming Standardized Testing Causes Stress With New Format and Hectic Schedule

Cassandra Castillo, Chattanooga Central High School

April 24, 2018


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The end of the 2017-2018 year is soon upon us. Everyone is excited for graduation and summer vacation, but before that the final exams have to be taken. Students as well as the teachers are frantic on reviewing what they have learned over the past year, but the difference from the previous EOC exams...

Xavier science classes participate in a global exchange program with Egypt

Xavier science classes participate in a global exchange program with Egypt

Sydney Missigman, Xavier College Preparatory

April 23, 2018


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For the first time ever, the science department at Xavier, specifically the Honors Physics and Biology classes, is involved in a foreign exchange learning experience with an all-girls school in Egypt. Since the first few weeks of school, Xavier students have been communicating with the Egyptian students...

Wheelin’ around

Wheelin’ around

Spencer Steckelberg, Owatonna High School

April 22, 2018


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In 1921 Babe Ruth broke his home run record, Albert Einstein received the Nobel Prize in Physics and the Owatonna High school was built. Throughout the decades, the OHS has made various renovations and additions to the building. The renovations in the B Plaza and Options work area are the most recent,...