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September is National Suicide Prevention Month

Kylee Johnson, Editor September 18, 2020

The month of September is recognized as Suicide Prevention Month by mental health organizations across the world. Throughout the month, Suicide Prevention Week and Suicide Prevention Day, September 10th,...

The I Voted sticker has become a symbol of voting in America.

Should Election Day be a National Holiday?

Lauren Klemowich, Staff Writer September 17, 2019

The United States is the leading country for democracy. However, Pew Researchers state “less than 56% of the estimated voting-age population voted during the 2016 Presidential Election.” Election...

Best of Instagram

Best of Instagram

Sophia Clifton, Staff Writer September 10, 2019

Around one billion users visit Instagram every single month. These astounding numbers make it very difficult for users to pick and choose the best accounts to follow. There are Instagram accounts that...

The Journey: College Edition

The Journey: College Edition

Stephanie Ballesteros, Staff Writer March 29, 2019

Since before the start of my senior year, I have been aware of the struggles that come from having to choose a college to attend. I have been very indecisive throughout my life, that is why I was having...

Chiefs Fashion: Shoes

Chiefs’ Fashion: Shoes

Nia Ford, Photo Editor February 12, 2019

Shoes can make the outfit and complete the whole look or throw it off and clash with the other pieces. There are so many different types, from high-tops to high heels, so let's take a look at the shoes...

Two students studying

Has Cheating in Schools Increased Over the Years?

Walkyria Paz, Staff Writer February 11, 2019

Cheating has become a serious problems in schools all over the nation. Large scale cheating has been exposed even at prestige institutions such as Harvard. Many students are cheating not just to survive,...

Have students become too involved with social media?

Social Media vs Students

Zayra Trejo, Opinion Editor February 4, 2019

     As soon as I hear the persistent and annoying sound of my alarm ring at 6 AM, I know it’s time to start the day. However, the very first thing I do isn’t roll over and get out of my bed but...

What are Chiefs wearing these days?

Chiefs’ Fashion: Outfits and Style

Nia Ford, Photo Editor January 28, 2019

A personal style is how people visually express who they are; whether it is preppy or street style it says a lot about a person. On this first addition of Chiefs' Fashion, we take a look at the students'...

The government shutdown is more important to teens more than you know.

Government Shutdown: Why It Matters

Zayra Trejo, Opinion Editor January 13, 2019

The government issued a shutdown at midnight on December 22, 2018 and impacted everybody nationally. Lawmakers allowed funding for several appropriation bills to fall through, making the federal government...

Why does the phrase Happy Holidays create such controversy?

The Annual “Happy Holidays” Debate

Zayra Trejo, Opinion Editor December 19, 2018

As the holiday season approaches, the yearly debate of whether people should wish you a Merry Christmas or a Happy Holiday comes upon us. This is a common saying in retail stores, on your morning walk,...

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