Dear class of 2021

  Mia Costales | News Editor May 28, 2021 Well class of 2021, we made it. In less than a week we will be walking in our caps and gowns, past aisles of chairs to […]

Powderpuff Football 2021

Ava Sinacori | Head Photo Editor May 13, 2021 Despite all of Covid’s limitations, students are participating in the non-school affiliated tradition of “powderpuff” football this year. Set up by some of the senior football […]

SAT/ACT injustices

Mirca Gomez | Writer April 22, 2021 By the end of the 19 century, exams such as the SAT and ACT became required from colleges and universities. However, rules have changed since the pandemic. Now, […]

Standing up against animal testing

Ben Meyler | Writer April 22, 2021 Animal testing has been going on for many decades. Thousands of companies use animal testing, such as L’Oreal, Clorox, Johnson & Johnson, and many more. These animals are forced […]

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