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Are hoverboards bad for you?

Elvia Ochoa, Staff Writer

January 30, 2016

Filed under Opinion Editorial

Hoverboards are the new technologically-advanced versions of skateboards. They have narrow wheels for “surfing on land,” “ground-sensing sonar to keep the board parallel to the ground,” strong rechargeable batteries, ...

New Semester, New Me

Ayene Mitzi Cruz, Staff Writer

January 30, 2016

Filed under Opinion Editorial

It’s halfway through the school year, finals have passed, and grades have been sent. Staring at our report cards, sighing, we think, “Well, I’ll try harder next semester.” We reflect on the actions and decisions we ma...

Texting and Driving: Does banning it make a difference?

Stephanie Ibrahim, Staff Writer

January 29, 2016

Filed under Opinion Editorial

Have you ever seen someone texting and driving? Most of us have and thought nothing of it. We have become so desensitized to the dangers of such a simple action. Many innocent lives are lost because of texting and driving. Accordi...

Winter “Break”

Stephanie Ibrahim, Staff Writer

December 18, 2015

Filed under Opinion Editorial

You wake up in the morning after finally having 8 hours of sleep, and then you realize you still have homework, which means no fun and no family time. Winter break is meant to be a time of relaxation and fun, but often times studen...

LAUSD Bomb Threats

Britney Lopez, Staff Writer

December 17, 2015

Filed under Opinion Editorial

On December 15, 2015,  a bomb threat was sent to LAUSD (Los Angeles Unified School District) via email. That same morning, over 900 schools shut down due to fear of the threat. Police and the FBI checked every school thoroughly....

Robots Are Taking Over The World!

Elvia Ochoa, Staff Writer

December 9, 2015

Filed under Opinion Editorial

Technology is all around us: phones, computers, tablets, etc.-we all know. All these technological advances make our lives easier with their convenience. If these “small” practical inventions can make an individual’s life...

Islamophobia

Stephanie Ibrahim, Staff Writer

December 9, 2015

Filed under Opinion Editorial

Muslims and Islam- when most people hear this they automatically think of terrorists, but this is not true. Many Muslims are being discriminated because of the recent shootings and events that have occurred throughout the pa...

Free College Tuition

Ayene Mitzi Cruz, Staff Writer

December 5, 2015

Filed under Opinion Editorial

As the presidential debates continue, one of their highly debated topics is free college education. The Democratic Party seems to continue these heavy debates. Hillary Clinton, one of the democratic candidates for the campaign, st...

Stricter Gun Control Laws

Britney Lopez, Staff Writer

December 5, 2015

Filed under Opinion Editorial

The gun control laws in the United States make it very accessible for almost anyone to own a firearm. In some states such as Vermont, Arizona, Alaska, and Wyoming, people are allowed to carry a firearm even without a permit....

What is No Shave November Really About?

Kathleen Catamisan, Staff Writer

November 20, 2015

Filed under Opinion Editorial

When people think of No Shave November, the first thing that comes to mind is some trend on Instagram or Twitter. Throughout the years, No Shave November lost its meaning. Many view it as a challenge to go without shaving for a mon...

Black Friday: Worth It?

Stephanie Ibrahim, Staff Writer

November 12, 2015

Filed under Opinion Editorial

Black Friday: when people hear this they think of savings and more savings, but is it really worth it? In reality, these deals might not be as money-saving as people may think since companies gain money instead of losing money. ...

Are Starbucks Cups Religious Enough?

Elvia Ochoa, Staff Writer

November 12, 2015

Filed under Opinion Editorial

This holiday season (like every other), the Starbucks franchise has released a new theme-based cup on November 1, 2015 for the upcoming holidays. The brand new cup comes with a fresh new design, one with a plain red gradient c...

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