History Being Made in the Super Bowl

Keila Rubealcaba, Writer

February 13, 2020

Female coaches have been springing into the NFL since 2015, when Jen Welter was the first assistant coaching intern for the Arizona Cardinals. This has led to seven full time female coaches and 15 coaching interns who have worked in the NFL. During the Super Bowl another history was being made. Katie...

What’s Wrong With Being a Janitor?

Caroline Aguilar, Editor-in-Chief

February 13, 2020

The United States has a variety of job opportunities for people across the world. However, many people don’t acknowledge the small-scaled jobs that surround us everyday. According to Kyle VanHemert in an article on Gizmodo, in the U.S. alone there are over 5,000 janitors. “Janitors don’t receive...

What Makes High School, High School

Abraham Mulat, Writer

February 13, 2020

High school is a place of learning, academic readiness, and chasing dreams. What really makes high school unique are the clubs, after school activities, and outside-of-school functions. The friendships made will last a lifetime. Those 4 years are a journey and a part of life forever. “Highschool...

The Truth About K-pop

Keila Rubealcaba, Writer

January 24, 2020

In the past decade K-pop has been on a steady rise to stardom thanks to the Korean wave. Millions of people have heard or at least know about K-pop after the huge success of K-pop bands or idols like BTS, BLACKPINK, and many others. K-pop fans known as “kpoppers” have all dreamed of seeing their...

Are You Using Technology or Are You Letting Technology Use You?

Caroline Aguilar, Editor-in-Chief, Writer

January 22, 2020

The 1920s seemed to be a luxurious time period for many Americans. Little did they know that this was the beginning of America’s greatest downfall. With more and more people spending more than what they earned, America’s debt skyrocketed. This generation has the largest gap between the poor and the...

Here’s the Issue With Overprotective Parenting

Caroline Aguilar, Editor-in-Chief

November 22, 2019

The underlying issue with overprotective parents primarily deals with the distrust they have in their child. In many cases, an overprotective parent causes their children to rebel against them. This can lead to delinquency, lying, and a more distanced relationship. Overprotective parenting ultimately...

‘Maleficent: Mistress of Evil’ Review

Keila Rubealcaba, Writer

November 22, 2019

Angelina Jolie has returned once again playing one of the most iconic Disney villains, Maleficent, and she is back to spread her wicked ways throughout the land. But in this film, the notorious evil villainess is here to protect the only thing she truly loves... her daughter. After the events of...

Buckle Up for This One Pt 5: The Joker

Caroline Aguilar, Editor-in-Chief

November 12, 2019

WARNING: This review contains spoilers for “The Joker.” After seven Batman films, everyone’s questions about the Joker are finally answered. The movie was captivating from beginning to end and was brilliantly executed. The Joker has always been a mysterious character with an untold story. It...

Have You Heard of an Esports Scholarship?

Keila Rubealcaba, Writer

October 22, 2019

Esports is a competitive video gaming activity that many people view and play. It’s a $900 million industry with at least 400 million viewers nationwide, and that number is growing every year. It has been so widely popular that colleges are having their own esports team and offering scholarships for...

How the Amazon Fires are Getting Closer to Complete Destruction

Angel Kearney, Writer

October 22, 2019

The Amazon rainforest in Brazil is known for being the largest forest in the world. It covers most of northern Brazil, stretching across approximately 2.2 million square miles. It’s one of Earth’s most important ecosystems and is currently burning down. However, not much coverage on it is surfacing....

Suicide Awareness

Jadelyn Verdell, Writer

October 18, 2019

Suicide often stems from depression, hopelessness, guilt, and the inability for people to deal with challenging life events. Depression is a key risk factor for suicide. Others include psychiatric disorders, substance abuse, and a prior suicide attempt. “[One main cause of suicide is] depression...

This is the Problem with the Criminal Justice System

Caroline Aguilar, Editor-in-Chief

October 18, 2019

Police officers are responsible for protecting the citizens of their community. Anyone with at least a high school diploma or a two-year college degree (though it’s not required) can sign up to become a police officer. This should be alarming to people within societies in poverty because it’s in...

Opinion