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Power To the Youth

Power To the Youth

Hailey Oswald, Reporter

February 24, 2020

For years, our nation spent time wondering: if young people had the chance, would they vote? It was 1970 and Nixon had finally passed a bill giving 18-year-olds the right to do so. While it was hardly obvious in 1970 that young people would take the chance, the same may not hold true today. The youth...

Who is #Yang2020?

Who is #Yang2020?

Serenity Lo, Reporter

February 12, 2020

“Politics is not a game but a serious business.” - Winston Churchill It is 2020, a new decade with new and exciting things. 2020 also means that the time has come to vote for the next president of the United States. It is an important decision to be made by the Americans, especially by the yo...

Iowa Caucus Debacle

Iowa Caucus Debacle

Camden Habgood, Reporter

February 7, 2020

The highly anticipated caucuses began Monday night in Iowa, starting the true campaign trail for presidential candidates. For many candidates, Iowa is a determining factor in their decision to stay in the race and whether the candidates have enough popularity to win the vote. The caucuses have been in...

Kobe Bryant Killed in Helicopter Crash

Kobe Bryant Killed in Helicopter Crash

Camryn Ward, Reporter

February 4, 2020

A tragedy that has rocked the world of sports and deeply affected millions across the globe: the death of Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter Gianna, and seven others, including the pilot of his popular helicopter that he used to avoid LA traffic. Bryant was a mentor and a role model for millions o...

Remembering the Tragedy 75 Years Later

Remembering the Tragedy 75 Years Later

Stephanie Diaz, Reporterd

January 27, 2020

'Arbeit Macht Frei,' or 'Work Makes You Free,' is the phrase millions of innocent lives read before entering the world's largest death camp. After the beginning of World War II, Adolf Hitler, leader of the Nazi party, applied a policy that came to be known as the 'Final Solution.' The Final Solution was ...

Trump Impeachment Allegations

Trump Impeachment Allegations

Taryn Neal, Reporter

January 15, 2020

If anyone has seen or read the news lately, they have probably seen a specific topic circling. This topic is Donald Trump’s impeachment allegations. Many people have wanted to get Donald Trump out of office, but why and how? First, let’s start with what impeachment means.   According t...

Record-Breaking Holiday Sales

Record-Breaking Holiday Sales

Alexandra Moon, Reporter

January 6, 2020

The biggest season of the year for merchants has come to an end. This year’s holiday shopping frenzy resulted in record-setting sales and new trends that took off like wildfire. Early retailing, as well as continuous shopping deals and events, has established a longer more progressive holiday shoppi...

Fear for our Future

Fear for our Future

Stephanie Diaz, Reporter

November 22, 2019

     Robots are now part of society. like it or not, they are not science fiction anymore. This invention brings out emotions to the public like confusion, admiration, and terror. Robots are supposed to make people’s lives easier and safer, but how can one trust them and not believe they want ...

Iraq Protests

Iraq Protests

Stephanie Diaz, Reporter

October 30, 2019

FED UP. Fed up with years of corruption, unemployment and a lack of basic services, thousands of Iraqis are taking to the streets to protest for better living conditions and a better future. Most of the young people from the community when out on the streets to show the government that they are done...

Polio Outbreak

Polio Outbreak

Serenity Lo, Reporter

October 30, 2019

The world is changing in more ways than one. People are coming across new facts and ideas every day, whether they are supported by scientific evidence or pseudoscience. An example seen today is the controversy regarding vaccines. Many parents choose not to vaccinate their children due to the believed...

2020 Election: Road to 270

2020 Election: Road to 270

Hunter Spooner, Reporter

October 7, 2019

Most who want change feel like they have to be a senator, governor or even the president to do real change. The people that change things most often started small. One vote could change the course of history; it could be yours.   Most young people don’t take government until they’re seniors in ...

The Earth’s Lungs Are On Fire

The Earth’s Lungs Are On Fire

Camryn Ward and Hailey Oswald

September 26, 2019

Commonly referred to as “the Earth’s lungs,” the Amazon rainforest in Brazil is large and lush; its biodiverse atmosphere creates a home for a mass of different species. The ecosystem is filled with diverse plants, animals and trees of many kinds. Constituting nearly 3.4 million square miles of...

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