OPINION: Student Workers Struggle to Remain Financially Independent During Quarantine

Karl Arbiol, Reporter

June 11, 2020

March 2020 was the month where all of our lives were greatly affected because of a pandemic that originated from China during 2019. But no one expected it to be a world-wide problem especially because everyone was focused on the...

Quarantine Affects Students Differently

Morgan Fitch, Reporter

June 11, 2020

During these trying times things don't even seem normal, or at least what used to be known as normal. Going outside and seeing friends or going to work everyday to see coworkers seems like a distant memory and staying six feet...

OPINION: Was the Civil Rights Movement Successful?

Talea Lewis, Reporter

June 10, 2020

Ignoring what is happening in our country is impossible. Nor should it be ignored. The continued fight that African-Americans and other minority races have to push and strive through every day, is a fight that should’ve concluded...

Hamilton Review

Kaylee Wright, Reporter

June 10, 2019

Eventhough Broadway is still closed because of the Covid 19- pandemic, Here is a review of the great broadway show Hamilton. Alexander Hamilton was the founding father of the United States of America who didn’t have his ...

Games in Classroom

January 7, 2019

Video Games aren’t just a way to pass time. They require the use of critical thinking skills such as cooperation, problem solving, multitasking and many more. When playing a video game, the player has to think about how they int...

Viewpoint