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Duck Season, Dog Season

Brandon Robles '18, Staff Writer

September 24, 2017

Filed under Culture, Headlines

Gamers know the infamous Nintendo game Duck Hunt from 1984. The game’s premise follows players shooting ducks down with their obnoxiously dog, who mocks you should any duck fly away for not shooting them. The game would allow...

The Art of Dance Through the Ages

Alexa Boyle '20, Staff Writer

September 24, 2017

Filed under Culture, Headlines, Sports

Dance is defined as, moving rhythmically usually to music, using prescribed or improvised steps and gestures. Dancing was not always accepted by society as a whole. Certain conservative and religious groups objected to the practice...

Life Moves Pretty Fast

Brandon Robles '18, Staff Writer

June 12, 2017

Filed under Culture, Headlines

The earlier years of the Internet were what we used to call “advanced”. Most pop culture icons and memes are created and Facebook has just been made. It’s what gives people the sense of nostalgia, a throwback to their early year...

Hologram Vision Goggles

Brandon Robles '18, Staff Writer

May 29, 2017

Filed under Headlines

Virtual reality and devices that support it are becoming a new fad on the market. Video games are venturing into the area and simulations, models, and so forth rely on the advanced technology. However, being the flesh and bone beings...

National Scandal, Vol. 2?

James Cravatas '18, Co Editor-in-Chief

May 26, 2017

Filed under Headlines, National, POV

After the firing of the man in charge of investigating Russia's ties with the 2016 election, the theories and accusations of corruption are even becoming strong enough for many people to start comparing the president with Nixon and the Watergate scandal.

Crisis on Many Nations

Brandon Robles '18, Staff Writer

May 24, 2017

Filed under Headlines, National, World

On April 7th, the U.S, under orders of President Donald J. Trump, launched 59 Tomahawk missiles in at an airbase that stationed planes responsible for a chemical attack in Syria. Congress had not approved of the missile strike...

Injustice For All

Brandon Robles '18, Staff Writer

May 23, 2017

Filed under Headlines

DC Comics has been pulling out many great choices for their company. Making Geoff Johns the head of DC Entertainment was one thing, but managing to bring back beloved characters to their original roots was something else. So when...

ExpoFest 2017

Joselyn Acevedo '18, Staff Writer

May 22, 2017

Filed under Headlines

Well, ExpoFest 2017 has come and left. Many students, teachers, mentors, and other attendants were there, Saturday, May 20th, 2017, to exhibit the projects they had been working on since September. For the Aquaculture teams, however,...

Sidekick No More

Loanis Cabrera '18, Co-Editor-in-Chief

May 19, 2017

Filed under Headlines

DC is soon to release a new show and movie surrounding a beloved character.

A Generation of Stress

Jada Cross, Staff Writer

May 18, 2017

Filed under Central, Culture, Headlines

Over the years, teens have reportedly been less carefree than they were years before. Unaware of the health risks of stress, parents and social workers find it hard to cope with the changes teenagers go through. This may affect their relationship status with parent or guardian, and could even lead to illness, and depression.

Living Like the Laser

Brandon Robles '18, Staff Writer

May 4, 2017

Filed under Culture, Headlines

Most Star Wars fans have probably babbled about the Death Star for so many years to novices into both the fandom and franchise. The Death Star was a planet-sized fortress that was famously known as the fortress that got blown ...

Long Neck of Time

Brandon Robles ´18, Staff Writer

May 3, 2017

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Giraffes can be pregnant for over 15 months. That’s how long viewers of a live stream featuring April, a pregnant giraffe at Animal Adventure Park, waited for her to give birth. The baby, Tajiri,  is the park’s first giraffe...

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