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Don't Be a Victim, Be an Advocate

Don’t Be a Victim, Be an Advocate

Written by McKenna Orrico, Features Editor April 13, 2021

“I was feeling confident one day so I wore a tighter shirt and leggings (in dress code) instead of my usual baggy sweatpants and sweatshirt. As I was walking down the hallway to my class, a group of...

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The History of the Irish

Written by Emily Thompson, Features Editor March 17, 2021

Many people are aware of the festivities that take place each year on March 17, a.k.a. St. Patrick’s Day, but many do not understand the historical significance of this holiday. Who is Saint Patrick?...

Back to November: Native American History Month

Back to November: Native American History Month

Written by Ayden Mercado, Editorial editor February 1, 2021

November is a time to celebrate the rich and diverse traditions, history, contributions,and culture of the indigenous people. The indigenous people were the first people of the Americas and without the...

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Celebrating Hispanic Heritage

Written by Ayden Mercado, Editorial editor October 6, 2020

We are all humans, in this one big world, and life needs to be celebrated. Different cultures are special to everyone, it’s a beautiful thing to be a part of and recognize. Hispanic Heritage month...