The dangers of real Christmas trees

By Nathan Melcher  | Computer Design Editor January 8, 2020 You wake up in the middle of the night to the sound of your smoke alarm chirping. You run into the family room to see […]

Congresswoman Boebert’s fight to carry

Clara Helm | Head Editor  January 8, 2020 Lauren Boebert is a newly elected Republican congresswoman from Colorado who is adamant on her protecting her Second Amendment rights. A video was recently released of the […]

The breaching of the U.S. Capitol

Kate Hedger | Student Life Editor January 8, 2020 The events that unfolded in Washington D.C. on January 6 seemed to be straight out of a Hollywood script, not real life. On January 6, 2021, […]

Dustin Higgs and the death penalty

Ben Meyler | Writer January 10, 2021 Capital punishment, also known as the death penalty, is legal in 28 US states, including California. Thirteen people have been prosecuted in California since the death penalty was reinstated […]

The Georgia Senate runoffs

Harrison York | Head Editor January 10, 2021 On Tuesday, millions of ballots were counted in Georgia as two tight races for the state’s Senate seats drew to a close. The runoffs followed the November […]

Christmas Lights in San Clemente

By Nathan Melcher  | Computer Design Editor During this holiday season, with most other events canceled, you’ll probably be looking for something to do. One great tradition that many people participate in is decorating their […]

NBA Offseason Grades

WIZARDS NEW DUO: Russell Westbrook joins Bradley Beal on the Wizards following a trade with the Rockets Photo Courtesy of Clutchpoints Ben Cooper | Writer The shortest offseason ever was an active and interesting one, […]

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