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Social Media: The Power to Connect and Disconnect

Ayene Mitzi Cruz

March 30, 2017

Filed under Opinion Editorial

Social media is a platform for discovery and connection. People from all around become well-known for their talents. Whether if it’s from having a melodic voice like Shawn Mendes or a knack for creating comedic skits like Rudy...

Should HMSA Have Longer Breaks During Passing Period?

Stephanie Ibrahim

March 30, 2017

Filed under Opinion Editorial

Elementary and middle schools have large breaks in between classes, called recesses. Yes, recess time… those were the days where we could relax and free our minds before our next classes. Unfortunately, high schools only have...

Scott Pruitt is Not Suitable to Head the E.P.A

Britney Lopez, Staff Writer

March 14, 2017

Filed under Opinion Editorial

On Feb. 17, 2017, the Senate confirmed that Scott Pruitt will now head the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). He will dismantle a lot of the regulations on climate change and decrease the government's authority to enforce...

Was the “Day Without Immigrants” Protest Worth It?

Stephanie Ibrahim, Staff Writer

March 14, 2017

Filed under Opinion Editorial

Immigrants, a word that has been frequently used since the election. There have been protests about the wall President Trump is planning to build and the Immigration Ban. But, a new form of protest began on Thursday, Feb. 16,...

Taking a Break From Celebrity Politics

Jaylen Moulton, Staff Writer

March 8, 2017

Filed under Opinion Editorial

At various award shows and events, an upsurge in celebrities voicing their political opinions has become noticeable. Whether it is Meryl Streep’s Golden Globes speech, Jimmy Kimmel’s Oscar opening filled with Trump jokes, or alternatively--an untypical attitud...

Miss Universe: Beauty Isn’t Skin Deep

Jaylen Moulton, Staff Writer

February 10, 2017

Filed under Opinion Editorial

The 65th Miss Universe pageant, hosted by Steve Harvey (yeah, the guy who messed up...5-year contract must be quite the double-edged sword!), was held Sunday, Jan. 29 in Manila, Philippines. Last year’s winner, Miss Philippin...

Too Quick to Judge: Is it Really Abuse?

Stephanie Ibrahim, Staff Writer

February 10, 2017

Filed under Opinion Editorial

The movie "A Dog's Purpose" is about the reincarnation of a dog and the bond he creates with his human owners. When I first saw the trailer, I was hooked. I love dogs and I thought this movie was going to be amazing. People wer...

The New Age of Medical Innovation

Jasmine Gonzalez, Staff Writer

February 10, 2017

Filed under Opinion Editorial

The medical industry holds the same importance level as food production or the clothing industry. I strongly disagree with companies or hospitals that deny assistance to medical research or deny any type of involvement. Obviou...

Spreading the Love on Valentine’s Day

Britney Lopez, Staff Writer

February 10, 2017

Filed under Opinion Editorial

I remember back in elementary school, we would all get excited for Valentine's Day. Receiving all the kind gifts, sweet candies, and comical cards made the holiday the greatest. For children, Valentine's Day was about loving everyone i...

How the Media Affected the Election’s Outcomes and Why It Matters

Jaylen Moulton, Staff Writer

January 21, 2017

Filed under Opinion Editorial

November 9th, 2016: The atmosphere was tense when I walked on the school campus, almost as if students were mourning over the loss of one of their fellow peers. Perhaps, the majority of students did lose something within themselves...

The Dakota Pipeline

Stephanie Ibrahim, Writer

December 14, 2016

Filed under Opinion Editorial

The North Dakota Pipeline is a $3.78 billion project that would build a pipeline starting in North Dakota and ending in Illinois. The pipeline was going to be built near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation (http://www.huffingtonpo...

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