DECA students enjoy ICDC

DECA students enjoy ICDC

Zehra Jaffari, Student Life Editor
May 9, 2017
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DECA ICDC, which stands for International Career Development Conference, was an experience I will never forget. Students and competitors from all over the world came to Anaheim, California to compete at the final international competition battling for first, second, and third place in their categories...

Senior reflects on the past four years

Senior reflects on the past four years

Divvya Seernani, Managing Editor
April 18, 2017
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What has senior year meant to me?, I think like most students, I started high school expecting all these things, and I ended up getting something completely different. You see, high school changes you. Be it a broken friendship, new organization, or family fiasco, no one enters the same person they were. Thi...

For good or bad, Disney opens LGBT topic

For good or bad, Disney opens LGBT topic

Claire Myers, Editor in Chief
April 10, 2017
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For the past few years, Disney has started to bring their classic movies to life. Cinderella, The Jungle Book, and many more have been redone with real people to make the movies and stories seem more realistic. But, with this, brings some social issues that many do not agree with. After the releas...

My four lessons learned in past four years

My four lessons learned in  past four years

Kun Hong, Features Editor
April 6, 2017
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Looking back at the past four years of my high school career, countless moments have come to my mind. I can see them replaying in front of my eyes; however, it doesn’t seem like I can so easily describe them to you, my readers. Today, as I’m writing down this senior goodbye, I have just a few note...

Changing society leaves books behind

Changing society leaves books behind

Abby Gutierrez, Editor In Chief
April 6, 2017
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What does the future hold for humanity? How will technology influence younger generations? What will happen to the world once our time has passed? These are all very relevant questions to our society today and to the innermost thought of a person in general. We’re left with many mysteries that cannot...

Sickness takes over exemptions

Sickness takes over exemptions

Claire Myers, Editor in Chief
March 10, 2017
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Second semester of every school year is always stressful. It’s the last semester to improve grades before moving on to the next year of life. It’s the last semester before summer, and it’s also the semester that provides exemptions from exams. This obviously causes lots of stress for students bec...

student questions lying vs. truth

student questions lying vs. truth

Abby Gutierrez, Editor In Chief
March 10, 2017
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For many years parents have taken part in telling their children myths about Santa, Leprechauns, and the Tooth Fairy, and from their point of view, parents aim to spread joy and happiness to their kids during the holidays. But, what about what children think about this ultimate deception?   ...

Sugar Land makes a move

Sugar Land makes a move

Claire Myers, Editor in Chief
March 10, 2017
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Sugar Land has just come out with another law to add to the list of many rules to remember while driving. Police can now fine up to $500 for texting or talking on a phone except with a hands-free device or if it is an emergency. This law was decided on February 21, 2017, after the Sugar Land Police ...

Protect others by driving safe

Protect others by driving safe

Divvya Seernani, Managing Editor
March 1, 2017
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“Someone call 911!”  Lights flashed all at once. First white, then black. The trees flew in the sky with rotating tricks, spinning and spinning… and spinning… and spinning. “I love you, mom” I told myself, As my breath slipped away. “I love you, dad” I told myself, This was g...

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