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Carolina Soto: Editor-In-Chief’s Farewell

Senior year has been a year I have been able to focus on myself and the people and things I truly care about.

By Carolina Soto, Editor-In-Chief

May 20, 2020

When you think of high school before entering freshman year, you either come in clueless of what you are going to do the last four years of your adolescence, or you come in with a serious plan of things to accomplish because you’ve been waiting for this moment forever. Whether you figure yourself out...

The Productivity Project

By Christopher Bellina, Layout editor

May 16, 2020

    The Productivity Project is a book about being as productive as possible. Chris Bailey, the author, took one year off after he graduated from college to work on his project. He documented all the methods and experiences he had while conducting experiments on being more productive.    Summary of The Productivity Project    The book is b...

First Concert: From Earphones to Real Life

Photo collage by Christian Mendoza.
In the picture we have Billie Eilish bottom left and on her right Lil Uzi. On the top right we have Ariana Grande and next to her Bad Bunny.

By Christhian Mendoza

April 7, 2020

Attending a concert from a singer that you like listening to is an amazing feeling. Seeing your favorite up there on that stage singing their hearts out live and raw is great. Experiencing those songs live, singing as loud as you can and feeling the ground shake is a feeling that you won’t be able to f...

Our Love For Anime

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By Amanda Nunez

April 3, 2020

When you think of anime, what's the first thing to pop up in your mind? Is it cartoons? Or your favorite animated series? Do you think of Japanese cartoons? Or do you have no idea what it is? Favorite Animes    Anime isn’t just Japanese cartoons. It’s a genre of media that many people enjoy. ...

Love Fills the Air

By Amanda Nunez, Writer

March 2, 2020

When you think of love what is the first thing that crosses your mind? Does love remind you of Valentine’s day? Do you picture a beloved pet, family members, your current boyfriend, or your ex-girlfriend?   Love Stories We’ve all read about the classic love stories, but are they all li...

Maduro VS Guaido: Who Will Win The Battle?

On January 5th 2020, Interim President Juan Guaido tried to get into the Venezuelan National Assembly. (Source NBC news)

By Helena Palis

February 25, 2020

Government in Venezuela is complicated. The country is under the power of what some people consider “communist” president Nicolas Maduro. As Venezuelan vice president, Maduro rose to power after ex-president Hugo Chavez died, and then was elected on April 14th, 2013, and presided over the country a...

2020 New Decade

By Christhian Mendoza, Layout Editor

February 25, 2020

December 31st was the last year of 2019, and here in February, we are already into a new decade, with so  many more chances to better ourselves and start fresh. Many people made resolutions to change in the New Year. Senior Karyn Millien said, “My New Year’s resolution is to better myself,...

Don’t let your struggle, become your identity

By Amanda Nunez, Staff Writer

October 22, 2019

  Mental health is just as real as physical health. However, frequently having to hide your mental illness because of the fear of getting judged, increases the burden. Let’s face it, it’s easier to say that you have a broken bone rather than intrusive thoughts. No one is immune when it comes to mental ill...

Counselors Not Cops

Over 50 students, teachers, and community members attended the school board meeting on July 24th to raise questions about school resource officers being an effective method of keeping students safe in school.

By Yanielys Ayuso, Staff Writer

October 21, 2019

  After the unfortunate school shooting that took place in Parkland, FL on February 14, 2018, the focus on public and school safety was magnified throughout Florida. Some people feel that putting more police in schools was the answer, while others believe this is doing the exact opposite of keeping...

From Fiction to Addiction

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By Helena Palis, Staff Writer

October 21, 2019

Your best friend texts you to talk about some gossip that has been going around the school lately, and you spend a couple of hours talking not only to her but to others. Later that night you remember you have to study and do some homework, and by the time you are done, it is around 2 in the morning,...

Art for the Soul

Art is now flourishing in the poor neighborhood of Comuna 13.

By Karyme Osorno, Layout-Editor

October 1, 2019

  Getting out of the house and into an adventure can bring inner bliss. Recently, on my trip to Medellin, Colombia, I had one of the best experiences yet. From an amazing vibe to mesmerizing art, Colombia is truly a divine country. While I was sightseeing, I went to Comuna 13, a huge neighborhood...

Senior Crown

Senior Crown

By Andrea Nolasco, Layout-Editor

October 1, 2019

Seniors, Seniors, Seniors!!! Senior year is the most important year in your high school experience, but you can’t start senior year without your senior crown, which you get to decorate in ways you want and to express yourself during the first week of your senior year. You probably remember seeing...

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