Sophomore License

Emily Borg and Synia Thrower

June 4, 2018

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Sophomore year is the time where most teenagers are looking to get their license or at least a permit. The hassle of trying to find rides to get to school, social events, and sports gets tiring so having a license gives relief...

Mitchell Dixon Profile

Synia thrower, Staff Writer

June 4, 2018

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Like many sophomore high school students Mitchell Dixon participates in sports, but not many can say they’ve been able to play Varsity so early. Dixon plays football and basketball, and plays on the Varsity teams for both...

Sara Dunn Profile

Synia Thrower, Staff Writer

June 4, 2018

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Sara Dunn has been working for the San Juan Unified School District since 1978 performing exceptionally and everyone can agree. “Ms.Dunn has spent about 40 years in the district which is remarkable in itself,” said Karen ...

Bhad Bhabie

Katelyn Roat and Cierra Mason

June 4, 2018

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When you think about what 15 year old girls do, you think of studying and mall trips. However that is not the case for Danielle Bregoli, or as most know her as the “catch me outside” girl. Early in 2017 when the video of Bregoli on t...

Royal Wedding

Jessica Sheppard, Staff Writer

June 4, 2018

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Every girl dreams of being a princess with the big ball gown and church wedding. But for american actress Meghan Markle it is a reality. Markle would only be the second American in history to marry into the royal family. The ...

Teenagers and Sleep

Emily Borg, Staff Writer

June 4, 2018

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The all-nighters that students pull to meet a deadline for an assignment affects their overall health in a tremendous way. Not only does having sleep deprivation make students want to sleep in class, it also may cause their immune s...

Freedom of Speech

Sarah Sault and Margaret O’Brien

May 24, 2018

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The oscar nominated movie The Post focuses on the struggle to exercise freedom of speech. America, “the land of the free”, has fought hard for hundreds of years to create a place where people can be free. The first amendment of the con...

Why Animal Shelters Should be No Kill

Cierra Mason and Katelyn Roat

May 11, 2018

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About eight million animals enter shelters each year, and only about five million make it out alive. That number may not sound like a lot, but it is almost three million animals being put down every year. One percent of the ani...

Body Expectations vs Reality

Emma Riley, Staff Writer

April 26, 2018

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For the longest time, people's bodies have been an insecurity for them, both male and female. Body issues should be a thing of the past. We have curvy models and multi-race and shapely Barbies. In an article by Bradley University, they ta...

PAC not a “theater”

PAC not a “theater”

January 25, 2018