Every Ending Only Means A New Beginning

Angela Rangel-Flores
May 5, 2017

As our senior year comes to an end something even more exciting is beginning. A new chapter in our lives. Although most of us won’t be together anymore we have all come a long way together since freshman year. Everyone is going off in different directions but these are the paths that we chose for ourselves.... Read more »

Something We are All Aware of But Still Comes as a Shock

Lydia Thorn
May 5, 2017

Graduation. As a freshman, many high school students can not wait for the day that they graduate. I was one of them. I also kept that same ideal all throughout the rest of high school. Now that I am a senior I still can not wait to graduate, but I also do not believe it is actually happening, let alone... Read more »

Under the neon lights

May 1, 2017

What is sex trafficking? Sex trafficking, in exact words, is the forcing of prostitution in minors, especially females, through manipulation. This can be anything. It can be physical, like beatings or death threats; or mental, like threatening the person’s family and friends. It is sometimes referred... Read more »

All About Trump

Maria Rodriguez
March 29, 2017

I feel like we can never get enough Trump. Everyday our news is just filled with information about Trump, so why not talk about him even more? In the latest of Trump news, it is said that his 2005 tax returns were leaked by a few journalists. His administration team was asked to check the accuracy of... Read more »

Cats are Better Pets than Dogs

Leslie Kain
January 30, 2017

The debate over whether dogs or cats are better has been on the table for decades, and probably even centuries. Because of their popularity, dogs are generally deemed the “better” house pet, however, cats have been growing in their popularity in recent years. Cats are, in many ways, easier to care... Read more »

A Summary of 2016 Told by a 16 Year Old

Dulce Pixabaj
January 24, 2017

Well, it’s been a rough year hasn’t it? Death, crime, impossible outcomes, and just overall tragedy. A year of crazy turns and major events; it feels like the wold is getting crazier everyday. And honestly, it’s becoming more and more like the world I was afraid of. Myself, along with many... Read more »

Stop Stereotyping

Brenda Trujillo
January 24, 2017

When I introduce myself I tend to not mention that I am an only child. The main reason I leave this important fact out is because of the stereotypes put on me. According to society, an only child is lonely, bossy, and they have emotional problems. I refuse to believe that every single only child fits... Read more »

The Participation Trophy

Tina Wong
January 24, 2017

As an athlete, I have competed on local recreation center teams and the Las Vegas High School swim team. There is nothing like a first place ribbon that makes you want to try harder than the next person, or simply try to better yourself. However, as my competing years have gone on, everyone is doing... Read more »

Surviving in East Tech

Iane Gallardo
November 3, 2016

In movies we watch while growing up, we see high school as this magical place where everyone has found their own clique. From jocks and cheerleaders, to nerds and geeks, to trouble makers and class clowns, the list goes on. High school is supposed to be the place where kids have fun, enjoy Friday night... Read more »

Why America needs a Republican

Iane Gallardo
May 5, 2016

The presidential elections are coming up and we’re down to Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, and Donald Trump. Though majority of people in America root for the Democratic views, here are three insights as to why a republican should win the elections. America needs more discipline. We’ve become so... Read more »

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