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Bill seeks national medical food coverage

Gabe Reuter, Reporter

October 17, 2018

Filed under Feature, Showcase

If food cost three times as much as it does now then a box of cereal would cost $20, a loaf of bread would be $10, and a gallon of milk would be $7.50. That means breakfast would cost more than $40, if the toast has butter. A...

School violates environmental law

Stefanie Iojica, Artist, Reporter

October 17, 2018

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As the second bell rings, signifying the end of lunch, the last of the students filter out of the Student Center. The cafeteria staff close down the lunch lines. Only quiet remains. That, and the garbage overflowing from the...

Students seek alternative learning at Tamiscal

Zoe Hamblett, News Editor

May 10, 2018

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In search of alternative learning experiences, eight to 10 students each year leave the school behind and decide to continue high school within the district at Tamiscal. Tamiscal is an alternative school designed for independent study...

Promposals, a creative way to ask out

Teresa Leida, Reporter

May 10, 2018

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If it wasn’t even enough to be stressed out selecting the right dress or tuxedo, shoes, hair, makeup and nails for prom while students complete school work, commit to college, and prepare for AP tests, upperclassmen create ...

Veteran security guard represents school, community

Otis Lyons, Sports Editor

April 17, 2018

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“Yeahhhhhhh.” The deep, sonorous soundwaves drift through the halls, as students perk their ears. The students frolicking about turn to look, smiles lighting up their faces. Out from around the corner emerges a tall ...

Imbalance between STEM and Humanities classes

Connor Heffernan, Online Editor

April 17, 2018

Filed under Feature

Selecting junior year classes at the end of sophomore year is an exciting time. However, this excitement can turn into disappointment when looking at the class options. If a sophomore is interested in humanities classes, they have 20...

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