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  • Homecoming Dance Friday (No School)- Oct. 10/19

  • Thursday Spirit Day (Pep Rally)- Oct. 10/18

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  • Powderpuff Game (Juniors vs Seniors)- Oct. 10/16, 6PM

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The Kavanaugh Decision

The Kavanaugh Decision

Zayra Trejo, Opinion Editor

October 15, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle & Opinion, Opinion

On October 5, 2018, Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed into the Supreme Court with a 50-48 vote, the lowest amount of votes for any Supreme Court justice. Nevertheless, it was a win for Trump and Republicans and a slap to the face of sexual assault victims. There were many sexual misconduct allegation...

No Sugar Coating: Everglades Safari Park

No Sugar Coating: Everglades Safari Park

Walkyria Paz, Staff Writer

October 15, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle & Opinion

I was scrolling through Groupon and came across an Everglades Safari Park coupon. The coupon was worth $31 and included two adult admissions to the safari park. I bought them since I was about 13 miles away from the park because why not? The purchase was super easy, I bought the Groupon with Appl...

Dress Code: Shaming a Girl’s Body

Dress Code: Shaming a Girl’s Body

Stephanie Ballesteros, Staff Writer

October 12, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle & Opinion

Since middle school, girls have been taught that their shoulders, their knees, their legs, their whole body is somehow sexual. Girls get punished for being a distraction towards their male classmates. On some occasions, they even get sent home. I guess 'improving' the odds of a male to get educated in...

No Sugar Coating: Halloween

No Sugar Coating: Halloween

Walkyria Paz, Staff Writer

October 5, 2018


Filed under Opinion

October has always been one of my favorite months besides December and June. October is awesome because it brings fall, it brings back pumpkin spice lattes, and most importantly, it brings Halloween. Ever since I was a little girl, I loved to dress up and be something different for a night and go trick-or-treating....

From South Africa to Comedy Central

From South Africa to Comedy Central

Mahalia Barnes, Staff Writer

October 5, 2018


Filed under Opinion

My all-time favorite book is "Born a Crime" by Trevor Noah. This book is about a South African boy who is of mixed race. His mom is an African woman and his dad is a Swiss man. During the book's time period, interracial relationships were illegal in South Africa because of the apartheid. Apartheid was...

Crocs are the New Black

Crocs are the New Black

Alayna Reddick, Staff Writer

September 30, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle & Opinion

Versatile, comfortable, and beautiful. Crocs. This shoe brand is one of the early 2000s staples, founded in 2002. Originally a boating shoe. This shoe brand made its way into the hearts of children with colorful classic clogs and assorted Jibbitz. Jibbitz are assorted buttons that perfectly accentua...

No Sugar Coating: Hispanic Heritage Month

No Sugar Coating: Hispanic Heritage Month

Walkyria Paz

September 28, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle & Opinion

It is Hispanic heritage month and I asked three of our Hispanic students three questions: Where are you from? What is your favorite thing about being hispanic? Who is an inspirational latino figure in your life?   A church in Colombia Isabella Botero, 11th Grade Where are you from? Colombia. What is your favorit...

When They Don’t Hear The Word No

When They Don’t Hear The Word No

Stephanie Ballesteros, Staff Writer

September 27, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle & Opinion

Sometimes, a boy's hand finds its way up a girl's skirt and it is covered up with "boys will be boys." Sometimes, girls take advantage of the fact that "girls are the only victims," and do not stop when being asked to. Somebody choosing to ignore your wishes does not have anything to do with you....

Why It Shouldn’t Be Called Hispanic Heritage Month

Why It Shouldn’t Be Called Hispanic Heritage Month

Zayra Trejo, Opinion Editor

September 24, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle & Opinion, Opinion

Hispanic Heritage Month has begun! This celebration begins on September 15th and ends on October 15th to honor all the Latinos who have made their impact on the United States. However, there has been recent controversy  that has sparked my interest. The problem doesn’t lie within the celebration ...

No Sugar Coating: Labella Nail Spa & Hair

Walkyria Paz

September 21, 2018


Filed under Fashion, Lifestyle & Opinion, Opinion

Yesterday, I was searching for a new nail salon and stumbled across Labella Nail Spa & Hair. To my surprise this nail salon has been at its location for more than six years. After asking the owner some questions I found out that the salon is actually under new management. The new owners are a young...

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