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

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

  • Wavy Wednesday(College Gear)- Oct. 10/17

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

  • Tacky Tourist Tuesday- Oct. 10/16

  • Mahi Mahi Monday(Twin Day)- Oct. 10/15

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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: 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...

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...

No Sugar Coating: The Nun

No Sugar Coating: The Nun

Walkyria Paz

September 20, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion

The Nun is a mystery/thriller, released September 6th 2018, and the fifth installment of The Conjuring Universe. The Nun conjured up a franchise-record $53 million opening weekend with a budget of $22 million. In all honesty, the movie was not all that great-the plot specifically was not great. The...

Hurricane Culture

Hurricane Culture

Alayna Reddick and Kailyn Licari

September 14, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle & Opinion, Opinion, Video

Picture this, Hurricane Clifton was just broadcasted on the news. Aimed to go straight up the East coast, this strong category two is about to get you out of school. Now imagine, your mother is in the kitchen strategically organizing the food that she fought for, acquiring battle scars from the fights wi...

No Sugar Coating: Top Drugstore Makeup Brands

No Sugar Coating: Top Drugstore Makeup Brands

Walkyria Paz

September 7, 2018


Filed under Fashion, Opinion, Uncategorized

Finding affordable and good quality makeup just got easier. It's 2018 and the makeup industry has evolved miraculously, drugstore makeup has developed drastically. When walking into a drugstore, there are now walls and walls of makeup; compared to back when it was just a small section. Foundation Maybelline Fit Me Dewy + Smooth Founda...

Students Aren’t Taking Advantage of Extracurriculars

Students Aren’t Taking Advantage of Extracurriculars

Marcela Alfaya, Staff Writer

August 31, 2018


Filed under Opinion

      During Club Rush, the walk from the 8000 building towards the cafeteria was full of tables and students curious about them. However something I noticed was that although there were many students, only a handful of kids were actually interested in joining a club. This also applies to other afte...

Smells Like School Spirit

Smells Like School Spirit

Zayra Trejo, Opinion Editor

August 30, 2018


Filed under Lifestyle & Opinion, Opinion

New school year, new students, and new feelings. The first week of school kicked off with a spirit week planned out by the Student Government Association over the summer. In my previous three years of high school, students were met with the same old first week of school. Underclassmen would observ...

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