100 Years of Women’s Suffrage

100 Years of Women’s Suffrage

Debbie Lawhead, Creative Arts Editor

March 28, 2020

On August 18, 1920, the 19th Amendment gave women their right to vote. For nearly a century, women had been protesting to receive universal suffrage. Over the last 100 years, disagreements between campaign strategies often threatened to cripple the movement. Among all of the issues within the suffrage...

McDonald’s Are Getting More Futuristic

McDonald’s Are Getting More Futuristic

Elizabeth Rivera, Staff Writer

March 26, 2020

McDonald's has implemented new technology in a bid to further what the future of restaurants will look like. At the start of 2020, it was decided that all McDonald's in the U.S. were going to have kiosks. The touch-screen kiosks are a new way to provide menu and ordering options for self-service....

Coronavirus Pandemic Becoming Chaotic

Coronavirus Pandemic Becoming Chaotic

Michelle Blas and Sofia Lemus

March 24, 2020

A virus that seems to be rapidly infecting millions is getting out of hand. This coronavirus, now widely known as COVID-19, is a serious problem that has been spreading at a fast rate. This disease is something that is being heard on the daily and is all that is being talked about. I think inform...

Bong Joon Ho’s Parasite the Big Winner at Oscars 2020

Bong Joon Ho’s Parasite the Big Winner at Oscars 2020

Lisset Saavedra, Editor In Chief

March 4, 2020

The first Oscars of the new decade are upon us and the Academy Awards went host-less for the second straight year after Kevin Hart's invitation to host in 2019 was revoked. The show opened up with Janelle Monae. The singer/songwriter wore a tuxedo suit with a large cast of background dancers. The...

United States and Iran Conflict Escalates with Military Strikes

United States and Iran Conflict Escalates with Military Strikes

Jeselyn Merino, Staff Writer

February 27, 2020

President Donald  Trump and the Iranian leaders have threatened each other multiple times recently. It began when President Trump ordered an airstrike to kill Maj. General. Qassim Suleimani on Friday, January 2nd. He was killed by drone aircraft at the Baghdad airport. President Trump believed that...

Streaming Services Threaten Cable TV

Streaming Services Threaten Cable TV

Stephanie Tran, Website Editor

February 27, 2020

Nowadays, the power of the internet has taken over the world. The internet's influence is more vast than we think, and one example lies in a casual source of everyday entertainment - television. Ten years ago, people had to sit down at a certain time of day to make sure they wouldn't miss their favorite...

Tesla Drivers “Sleeping at the Wheel” During Autopilot

Tesla Drivers “Sleeping at the Wheel” During Autopilot

Karina Gonzalez, Website Editor

February 21, 2020

We've all heard of the famous futuristic cars, known as Tesla. Tesla has featured cars jam-packed with the latest most modern technology. One major feature includes the huge tablet screen which demonstrates web browser and streams music or entertainment. Another feature includes advanced parking sensors...

The Importance of Art Programs in Schools

The Importance of Art Programs in Schools

Debbie Lawhead, Creative Arts Editor

February 14, 2020

Typically, you know a school for its sports programs, but what about the arts? They enhance our lives and give students opportunities in the performing arts field after high school. It's common nowadays for schools to cut art programs due to a lack of funding as well as a stronger appeal to spor...

Become More Environmentally Sustainable While in High School

Become More Environmentally Sustainable While in High School

Nicholas Melendez, Staff Writer

February 14, 2020

In today's media coverage, it seems nearly impossible to escape the impending tragedies that have plagued this world. From the rising temperatures and sea levels to the Australian wild fires, the environment has become a social, political, and economic issue. Global warming and climate change have become ...

Jersey City Shooting Victims Remembered

Jersey City Shooting Victims Remembered

Emily Robles, Staff Writer

February 4, 2020

On Tuesday December 10, 2019, five people were killed due to a mass shooting in Jersey City, New Jersey. Four people, including Joseph Seals, a detective with the Jersey City Police Department, were killed in the shootout. The rampage began in a cemetery in a residential neighborhood and ended with...

Venice, Most Iconic City in Italy, Is Sinking

Venice, Most Iconic City in Italy, Is Sinking

Jeselyn Merino, Staff Writer

January 31, 2020

The city that everyone thinks about when they hear "Italy" is a floating city known as Venice, which is currently under water. On November 13, 2019, the water levels rose as high as up to six feet causing 80% of the city to be under water. The mayor declared a state of emergency due to how severe the floodi...

Australia Is Going Up In Flames!

Australia Is Going Up In Flames!

Rosana Sanchez-Zorrilla, Staff Writer

January 31, 2020

In September of 2019, Australia faced—and continues to face— its largest and deadliest conflagration of brushfires with at least 200 fires burning.  During the summer, there is a long fire season in Australia which allows blazes to start and spread effortlessly due to hot, dry conditions. Ac...

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