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New Year, New Corona

Written by Kayla Jaramillo January 30, 2021

Making a New Year's resolution is something that most people have done once in their life. It means taking the time to evaluate choices made over the past year and to discover changes that would improve...

Always Be Ready For Change

Written by Kayla Jaramillo November 17, 2020

Asynchronous days are yet another big change to the already divergent school year, which has taken time for students to adjust. Not only is this a big difference for the students, but for the teachers...

Zoom vs. Google Meets

Zoom vs. Google Meets

Written by Kayla Jaramillo October 30, 2020

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How COVID-19 is Impacting Corona del Sol Students

Written by Rosie Harris, Photo Editor and Staff Writer September 24, 2020

  The student body of 2020-21 is having mixed emotions about COVID-19. There have been difficulties for all grades, from the new freshman to the seniors in their final year. When it comes to online...

Halloween is no excuse to be offensive

Written by Maria Manaog, Staff Writer October 24, 2017

Halloween is one of the most highly anticipated holidays of the year. For one night, you can celebrate this spooky holiday by dressing up to be anything they want. It’s a great way to show off your creativity...

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Allergy season is upon us, take precautions

Written by Lauren Puffer, Staff Writer/ Photographer April 13, 2017

Having allergies is one of my biggest physical struggles. My eyes get puffy, my nose gets drippy, and my sinus are pressurized. Having this disadvantage could out you at a bigger risk of contracting an...

Attack on Syria

Attack on Syria

Written by Melanie Furman, Copy Editor April 7, 2017

In response to the chemical attacks the Syrian government used against their citizens, the U.S. decided to take action killing many Syrian citizens. President Donald Trump, who did not gain approval from...

Misuse of prescription drugs

Misuse of prescription drugs

Written by Lauren Puffer, Staff Writer/ Photographer March 29, 2017

As someone who takes prescription stimulants for medical reasons, it baffles me that people choose to abuse drugs when there are so many other alternatives to stay awake. For one, there's coffee. If you...

Thin Mints vs. Tagalongs: Girl Scout cookie battle

Thin Mints vs. Tagalongs: Girl Scout cookie battle

Written by Arlayna Schooley and Haley Spracale March 2, 2017

Tagalongs: With the major holiday rush coming to an end, it is now the time to finally stick with those seemingly impossible New Year's resolutions, right? Wrong. You might not want to hit the gym just...

Tips to survive third quarter, perform better in school

Tips to survive third quarter, perform better in school

Written by Lauren Puffer, Staff Writer/ Photographer February 1, 2017

With the increased workload that always seems to come with the third quarter of school, I often experience exhaustion and doze off during class or have trouble focusing because I have so many other things...

Donald Trumps inauguration speech painted a dark image

Donald Trump’s inauguration speech ‘painted a dark image’

Written by Melanie Furman, Copy Editor January 26, 2017

After listening then reading President Donald Trump’s inaugural address, with mild annoyances, I am curious to see how he is going to represent all Americans. He began his speech talking about unification...

Reconnect with the Earth, live simply

Reconnect with the Earth, live simply

Written by Lauren Puffer, Staff Writer/ Photographer January 26, 2017

My past two themes for my blog entries were Mother Earth and emotional and mental balance but for this entry I will be tying the two together. One of the coolest naturopathic phenomena that I have experienced...

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