Opinion on climate change

Sydnee Smith, Reporter May 19, 2022

The world is our home, where we live and thrive. Climate change is quickly destroying our homes, and we need to take action immediately. It's essential to take control of climate change for two reasons:...

Dress code restrictions

Lavita Basham, Reporter May 10, 2022

In the past few years, schools across the country and even places such as Disneyland, have enforced stricter dress code policies. This includes tightening up on holes in jeans and the shortness of skirts,...

Colleges should drop tuition fees

Genesis Vidol, Reporter February 28, 2022

Student loan debt is one of the many significant problems amongst college students. Student loan debt substantially impacts students’ financial future. To prevent student loan debt, colleges should...

Do not defund the police

Maria Munguia, Reporter February 28, 2022

The Black Lives Matter protests following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on May 25, 2020, created a movement among individuals around the world to address police brutality and systematic...

College tuition should be free

Sydnee Smith, Reporter February 28, 2022

As we already know, college is quite expensive. Students or their parents have to pay for tuition, transportation, housing, food, books, and supplies costs. Each of these fees adds up very rapidly. To...

Reinstate the gifted and talented program

February 11, 2022

Gifted and talented programs are for children who perform exceptionally better than those in the same age group. These programs are extremely valuable to the children who need to become challenged, more...

Paying college athletes

Eli Fowler, Sports Editor February 11, 2022

On June 2, 2021, the NCAA passed a law where college athletes can be paid for their name, image and likeness. An athlete’s name, image and likeness are three pieces of a person's “right of publicity.”  For...

Why schools shouldn’t assign homework

Hailey Enloe, Social Media Manager February 11, 2022

Many kids go to school for seven to eight hours a day, not counting after-school activities. Some teachers give students homework to practice what they have learned at school. Kids and teenagers have lives...

Editorial on pit bull bans

Sophie Enloe, Copy Editor February 10, 2022

People claim that pit bulls are naturally aggressive dogs and should be banned to decrease dog attacks on humans and other animals. Pit bulls are not as bad as people say they are, so they should not...

Report: the Biden Administration’s involvement in gas prices

Kade Brackin, Editor-in-Chief December 7, 2021

According to the United States Energy Information Administration, prices rose to $3.38 a gallon last month. That’s the highest price per gallon since June 2014. Some Americans have accused President...

Speaking of the Suez

Logan Wells April 7, 2021

On Tuesday, March 23, at approximately 5:40 am local time, a 400-meter cargo ship named the Ever Given was caught in a sandstorm in the Suez Canal. It Weighed 200,000 tonnes, which is roughly 441 MILLION...

Benefits of being outside

Hailey Enloe, Social Media Manager February 4, 2021

Kids and teenagers are staying inside more and playing on their phones or playing video games instead of being outside playing or working. This is causing mental and physical problems in their lives. These...

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