Participation requirement in classes raises some students’ anxiety levels

Graschelle Hipolito, Sports Editor

Those who support the requirement claim that participation can help students develop vital social skills that will benefit them in their adulthood. Verbal interaction can also contribute to students improving in a certain subject, especially in foreign language classes where knowing how the language is spoken is a vital part of comprehension and fluidity.

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“Yes Means Yes” law defines sexual consent

Julianna Reth, Opinion Editor

Senate Bill 967 specifically states that all UCs and CSUs must implement “comprehensive prevention outreach programs,” in order to receive state funds for student financial assistance. The program must address sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.”

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December 11, 2014 • 0 comments

Environmental science class focuses on awareness

Jessica Lee, Editor-in-Chief

Cuerpo has added the air quality program to the other environment-friendly activities her students participate in. Other activities include California Coastal Cleanup and the Earth Day Festival, both of which she coordinates with CP Chemistry teacher Steve Meredith.

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Starbucks holiday drinks don’t have to be fat and sugar laden

Arlene Ocana, Staff Writer

Although Starbucks drinks are often high in calories, there are ways to reduce the calorie intake. For example, taking out the whipped cream decreases the number of calories and amount of sugar in a drink. Taking both out of a grande Caramel Brulee Latte can decrease the drink from 440 calories to 360 calories according to the nutritional facts on the Starbucks website.

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December 12, 2014 • 0 comments

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“Yes Means Yes” law defines sexual consent

Julianna Reth, Opinion Editor

Senate Bill 967 specifically states that all UCs and CSUs must implement “comprehensive prevention outreach programs,” in order to receive state funds for student financial assistance. The program must address sexual violence, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking.”

Read More »

December 11, 2014 • 0 comments

AP exams can be used to reduce cost of college education

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Fee waivers often leave out middle class families

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Test prep guides, cramming can lead to better scores

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