The Issues with Trump

Adonia Allen-Versosa
May 5, 2016

On June 16, 2015, Donald Trump, businessman/real estate mogul and television personality, announced that he planned to run for President of the United States. Throughout his campaign, he’s made discriminating comments on women, minorities, immigrants (especially from Mexico), and his running mates,... Read more »

A Senior’s Experience

April 19, 2016

The name of my (Wargen Guittap’s) project is “The Treeless Treehouse” and I worked with Jason Zafra and Joshua Llamas. Rather than using a tree, we decided to build our house on stilts. Since we live in a desert, it is almost impossible to find trees that we could build our house on. So, we as... Read more »

Women’s History Month

Artiga, N., Jimenez, C., Escobar, A., Linares, J.
April 5, 2016

There are about 3,148,059,380 women in the world.  March is the month to appreciate and recognize all women and honor the outstanding contributions they have made to change history. Women’s History month is important to recognize and focus on because history books and political arenas are overrun... Read more »

Does the Bullying Law Violate 1st Amendment Rights?

Adonia Allen-Versosa
November 24, 2015

If you are a student in Nevada, you may or may not have heard of Nevada’s new anti-bullying law which went into effect in July 2015. The law states that any language that can be taken in a negative manner, even if it is used jokingly (f.e. banter), and heard by a teacher or advisor will be reported... Read more »


Marlene Escobedo
February 19, 2015

Vaccines have always been seen as a positive thing because they help prevent disease and keep us healthy, but now parents aren’t too sure whether or not they should vaccinate their children. Over the years, several theories about vaccines have been formed. One of the many theories is that vaccinating... Read more »

Fall or Winter?

Katrina Nazaire, Amanda Alibangbang
October 24, 2014

A conflict between the seasons. Some say they prefer fall due to the color changing leaves, pumpkin spices, Halloween, knit scarves, or Thanksgiving. Others say winter because Christmas, having two weeks off, bonfires, Christmas music, and the hot cocoa. If Amanda Alibangbang had the decision between... Read more »


Adonia Allen
October 24, 2014

Feminism- “the advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men.” The word is often linked to men-hating, crazed women who stalk the halls shaming women in mini-skirts. Often enough, women, themselves, use it as an opportunity for sexual attention. Yes,... Read more »

Want More Electives?

Kiana Parkes, Adonia Allen-Versosa
October 6, 2014

We are all looking for that on elective that just brightens up our school day and makes life better than it already is. We all have certain interest, but what if our school doesn’t have that one particular class that spices up your schedule? Classes that have to do with performing arts or even... Read more »

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