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Tips to survive third quarter, perform better in school

Tips to survive third quarter, perform better in school

February 1, 2017

With the increased workload that always seems to come with the third quarter of school, I often experience... Read more »

Reconnect with the Earth, live simply

Reconnect with the Earth, live simply

January 26, 2017

My past two themes for my blog entries were Mother Earth and emotional and mental balance but for this... Read more »

Give back to the Earth and take the right action

Lauren Puffer, Life & Times Editor

December 12, 2016

Filed under Life & Times, Opinions, Staff Blogs, Uncategorized

It's the season of giving, so I thought, “why not talk about the gift that keeps on giving?” This year I'll be giving back to Mother Earth and I strongly encourage you to do the same. I know we don't have that much power over all of the industrial level changes that occur in the environment, but there is always a way... Read more »

Discovering unknown chemical compounds

Dion Deguzman, Staff Writer

May 13, 2016

Filed under Features, Opinions, Staff Blogs

At the end of every school year Mr.Morgan conducts a final lab where you need to identify an unknown chemical. After an entire year of anxiety about this final lab it is just about coming to an end. Trying to find an unknown chemical with the use of multiple tests. Honestly, it wasn't as bad as it sounded when Mr. Morgan ... Read more »

‘Concussion’ offers new insight on injuries in dramatic film

Carson Pyatt, Online Editor-in-Chief

January 8, 2016

Filed under Opinions, Staff Blogs

Concussion is a film based on a true story about Dr. Bennet Omalu (Will Smith) and his battle with the National Football League regarding the traumatic brain injuries sustained by football players. Omalu, an accredited doctor and forensic pathologist, begins to believe that there is something dangerous happening on the play... Read more »

Redesigning campus interior is not an advisable idea

Redesigning campus interior is not an advisable idea

May 19, 2015

It has come to my attention that this summer Corona administration has decided to remodel the interior... Read more »

Male duo doesn’t stand out with EP

Patricia Stoica, Staff Writer

April 23, 2015

Filed under Opinions, Staff Blogs

Kalin and Myles are a pop/hip-hop duo from San Francisco, and they've been making songs together since 2011. The two met at a party while they were both making music individually, and they soon decided to combine their talents. After a positive response to their video "More Than Friends," they decided to keep it going. Most... Read more »

Are teenagers beliefs taken seriously?

Lily Corona, Staff Writer

February 24, 2015

Filed under Opinions, Staff Blogs

High School is a time to find yourself, figure out what you want out of life. Chances are, you will be an entirely different person your senior year than you were as a freshman. Face it, people change. But when you do find yourself, share it with the world, shout it out. Although sometimes it won’t go as smoothly as planned. In... Read more »

The effects of labels on society

Nikki Hinshaw, News Editor

February 11, 2015

Filed under Opinions, Staff Blogs

As society has evolved, the media and personal opinions have prompted people to become self-conscious citizens obsessed with the labels that characterize varying aspects of life. From designer clothes to relationship statuses, job titles to achievements within educational institutions, people have been forced to place great... Read more »

Holiday spirit reflected in giving community

Nikki Hinshaw, News Editor

December 11, 2014

Filed under Opinions, Staff Blogs

As a Red Kettle Club officer, I was blessed with the responsibility of participating in the well-known Salvation Army service project of bell-ringing. I spent hours greeting strangers who had chosen to shop at Fry’s Marketplace on Dec. 6. Although the task was tedious, the cause was noble and I was able to gain not only money... Read more »

“In the course of a lifetime, what does it matter?”

Lily Corona, Staff Writer

September 22, 2014

Filed under Opinions, Staff Blogs

“In the course of a lifetime, what does it matter?” In every day life, we all have things that seem important now. But when stressing over things like, how your hair looks when your crush walks by, you should ask youself, “What does it matter in the course of a lifetime?” Will you remember it in five years? What about... Read more »

5 Seconds of Summer adds music to unique genre

Patricia Stoica, Staff Writer

September 5, 2014

Filed under Opinions, Staff Blogs

5 Seconds of Summer's debut album is the first debut album from an Australian band to reach number one on the billboards charts. The record sold 259,000 copies in its first week, and they're currently on tour with one of the world's biggest pop acts, One Direction.   So why do so many people have a problem with them?... Read more »

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