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Senioritis is back!

Aneecia Owens, Editor
April 28, 2021

As many seniors are approaching the end of their high school days, they are starting to feel senioritis! Senioritis is when a senior starts to lack motivation to do their work as they are ending their...

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Asian hate crimes on the rise in the U.S.

Aneecia Owens, Editor
March 30, 2021

U.S. hate crimes towards Asian Americans have been increasing due to the CoronaVirus pandemic. These crimes include a lot of verbal harassment, physical assault, discrimination in the workplace, and just...

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Tiktok on top

Aneecia Owens, Editor
January 27, 2021

Social media has become an essential aspect of teens’ lives. Nowadays teens use social media for entertainment, connections, news, current events, and interactions. Social media platforms continue to...

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Christmas Decoration

Aneecia Owens, Editor
December 15, 2020

Christmas is approaching fast and people are already feeling the spirit, while others aren’t super enthusiastic. The debate on when people should be up their Christmas decorations has been going on for...

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History of Marijuana

Aneecia Owens, Editor
November 24, 2020

Marijuana, a plant used for recreational purposes or medicine, has a long history in not only the US but in other countries. Surprisingly, this plant was not used for all of that when it was first discovered. Back...

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Hispanic Heritage Month

Aneecia Owens
October 27, 2020

National Hispanic Heritage Month is a celebration of Hispanic heritage that is from September 15 through October 15.  Hispanic Heritage Month falls during this time because it incorporates the dates of...

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COVID 19 negatively affects school activities

Aneecia Owens
October 15, 2020

Getting involved in school clubs, extracurriculars, and organizations can give a student a lot of positive experiences. These activities act as an outlet, a place to meet a new friend, or something to...

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Transitioning from high school to college during a pandemic

Aneecia Owens
September 18, 2020

The class of 2020 has been preparing for college since the beginning of their senior school year. They hoped to have the typical college experience their freshmen year, moving into dorms, meeting new acquaintances,...

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