Controversy over freshmen parents’ reaction

Jessica Lee and Cameron Morelli

Two freshmen found themselves the subject of controversy and featured on a local news program and the front page of the local newspaper in the span of two weeks in September. However, it was the reactions by the students’...  Read More »

October 29, 2014 • 0 comments

Teens struggle with mixed messages for marijuana use

Teens struggle with mixed messages for marijuana use

Graschelle Hipoloto, Sports Editor

With the current debate over the legalization of marijuana sweeping across the country, confusion and mixed signals are not uncommon amongst teenagers. Colorado and Washington have legalized the use of recreational cannabis,...  Read More »

October 28, 2014 • 0 comments

New peer tutoring program aims to help failing students before it’s too late

New peer tutoring program aims to help failing students before it’s too late

Brooke Shimasaki, Co-Online Feature Editor

Students go to class each day, listen to the teacher, and read the textbook – but these steps do not always equate to passing grades or full comprehension. It is sometimes intimidating to ask teachers for help and ineffective...  Read More »

October 28, 2014 • 0 comments

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Students decide: what constitutes a real friend?

It’s time to end a friendship when it is clear that negativity rules all. Being surrounded by poisoned people creates a chain reaction, so it’s important to be brave enough to end it. Toxic friendships are to be ended by standing up for personal beliefs and being surrounded by people with positive motives.

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September 19, 2014 • 0 comments

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Fee waivers often leave out middle class families

Jasmine Santos, Editor-in-Chief & News Editor

I don’t think it’s fair when I see a student pay $25 for five AP tests, and then another student, who couldn’t afford multiple...  Read More »

April 25, 2014 • 0 comments

Test prep guides, cramming can lead to better scores

April 25, 2014

Companies use SAT scores to weed out weak applicants

April 25, 2014

Redesigned SAT set to debut in 2016

April 25, 2014

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Opinion

  • The Magic of Couches

    Is it odd that when I think about comfort, I think about a couch? With the weather changing and it getting dark earlier I keep wanting to just curl up...

  • Cowboys dominate NFC

    Romo takes the snap, hands off the ball. Murray gets it at the 15 yard line, goes right, breaks middle. HE’S GONE, TOUCHDOWN COWBOYS. The Cowboys wo...

  • Please Don’t Make Me Run

    Please don't make me be in the rally. I will pay you money. Lots of money. And food. Do you like Chipotle? Cause I feel like Chipotle. ...

  • Fall Outfits Straight from the Runway

    Ready or not, fall is coming! After sweating through the entire summer, it’s a relief to see sweaters and scarves making their comeback. Sadly, not...

  • Raiders’ woes continue with Carr’s underperformance

    “Start the Carr!” Raiders fans shouted after four weeks of preseason play in the NFL. Is this slogan going to last any longer? Three weeks i...