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Think of the Box

Anthony Garcia, Writer

May 20, 2020

This quarantine situation is different for all of us, although we all share a similar feeling. I often feel like I should be doing more with my days. Since we’ve all simultaneously been confined to the walls of our home, we...

Virus’ Leverage Over Government

Anthony Garcia, Writer

May 20, 2020

Over the course of a summer, kids often lose some of the information that they learned over the time of the academic school year. Many things like sports or just lack of practice over the break can cause the information learned in s...

Skipping into Nature

Anthony Garcia, Writer

May 20, 2020

Boredom is a common feeling people have. Whether you're engaged in something you don’t even want to do, or maybe your mind is just lost for ideas, to begin with. It’s a quality that we are all familiar with. Although it has mor...

A Decrease In Visual Performing Arts

Gloria Guerrero, Writer

May 20, 2020

For a few years, visual performing arts pathways have slowly been decreasing in highschools across the US. As someone who has been involved in theatre since the 4th grade, hearing stories of highschool having to cut down on perf...

Letter of Recommendation: Self Care

Carly Krauk, Writer

May 20, 2020

Self-care is something that I had lagged on for so many years. A few years ago I went through a really intensive depressive episode. I was a freshman in high school and was never motivated to do anything to help better myself. At t...

COVID : We’re All in It Together

Carly Krauk, Writer

May 20, 2020

  This global pandemic is an incredibly awful time for everyone in the world. This virus is something that has affected each and every one of us. Not only are people getting extremely sick and passing away from this virus, ...

Letter of Recommendation: Hugs

Chloe Housley, Writer

May 20, 2020

Every time I part from someone, I give them a hug.  They help brighten my day and give me reassurance that everything is going to be fine when I am having a bad one and sometimes they can even give a boost to your loved ones a...

Older generations misunderstand our generation

Jazmyn Gonzalez, Writer

May 20, 2020

The way we talk and phrases we make up with our words the way we mess around and especially the internet. For example, they didn't have phones like the phones we have now because the environment changed from then to now. What...

Letter of Rec: Painting

Angela Martinez, Writer

May 20, 2020

Painting has been known as a way that people express themselves or show who they are. It's a way of speaking without actually having to say any words. A painting can have so many messages for each individual. Teachers always see...

TikTok is the Medication We Need

Angela Martinez, Writer

May 20, 2020

“ I’m a savage, yeah. Classy, bougie, ratchet…”  I know you were singing those lyrics in your head maybe while doing some hand moments. I know everyone has to have at least seen one TikTok-- if not, you are missing out o...

You’re Using Screens Too Much

Angela Martinez, Writer

May 20, 2020

It seems as if adults and older generations bash the younger generations for using too much technology. They think that we spend too much time staring at a screen.   It’s as if older adults don’t see that things are c...

Letter of Recommendation : Listen to Music

Sienna Nieves, Writer

May 13, 2020

All around the world at every moment of the day, thousands of people listen to music. People coming from different backgrounds, the young, and the elderly are all connected through music. I recommend listening to music as a fun a...

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