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...

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...

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...

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,...

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...

Felicity Huffman Sentence

Keila Rubealcaba , Writer September 25, 2019

Earlier this year at least 50 people were part of a scheme that involved bribing and cheating to get their children into their choice of college. Actress Felicity Huffman said she paid thousands of dollars...

Here’s the Thing About Dress Code

Caroline Aguilar, Editor-in-Chief September 25, 2019

For a while now talk about dress code has gone viral on social media. Many high school students feel as if their schools’ guidelines for dress code is “too strict” and should be reconsidered. At...

School Affects the Mentality of Students

Kit Kearney, Writer September 11, 2019

From straight A’s to suicides, mental health in students is something affecting lives all across the board. Children in schools have been struggling with mental health issues, and the administration...

GISD Closed Campus Policy

Abraham Mulat, Writer September 11, 2019

It’s the start of the year and the teachers at Lakeview are already showing how strict they’re going to be about off campus lunch, from putting teachers by all the doors in our school to even trying...

Eat, Sleep, Recycle

Victoria Rodriguez, Writer September 11, 2019

Recycling and cleaning the ocean will help preserve ocean life. Many might question the importance of cleaning the ocean and how exactly it might benefit us, but it saves us resources such as being able...

Spider-Man is Leaving the MCU

Keila Rubealcaba, Writer September 11, 2019

Update 10/2/2019 10:51 am: After millions of people were devastated and concerned over Spider-Man leaving the MCU, Marvel Studios and Sony agreed for two more Spider-Man films after weeks of discussion....

Students Should Have Healthier Food Choices in School

Jadelyn Verdell, Writer September 11, 2019

Children are more vulnerable to the effects of GMOs. Nutritional changes impact children more because their bodies convert more of the food they eat to build organs and tissues. However, adults convert...

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