Water, The Real Gold

Jesus Favela, Freshman, Business & Leadership
March 2, 2017
Filed under News, Opinion

"We need to start taking water for what it is, a critical resource."

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LGBT+ REPRESENTATION IN TODAY’S MEDIA

Olivia J. Austin, Freshman, Business & Leadership
March 2, 2017
Filed under News, Opinion

"I do believe that modern society has gotten better. . ."

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Acceptance of All

Jesse Baldovines, Freshman, Business & Leadership
March 2, 2017
Filed under News, Opinion

Acceptance is an important part of our community; intolerance, however, can cause many issues, big or small. Intolerance can drive people into doing things they never knew they were capable of doing. You don’t need to agree with LGBT lifestyle or even the choices of others. What all anyone needs to...

Students Struggle To Get To School

Geovanny Sigala, Freshman, Business & Leadership
March 2, 2017
Filed under News, Opinion

What I think about the students that come to San Diego High school but don't live near the school or don’t live near San Diego is that it's difficult for them. To come to school daily, waking up early and making their way over here is very demanding on us. Now imagine if on an average day the student...

Mass Clown Hysteria or Teen Pranks?

Harrison Glazebrook, co-editor in chief/staff writer, sophmore
January 17, 2017
Filed under News

Mass hysteria is sweeping the United States as people dressed up as clowns scare or threaten the public as a prank. This fascination started around August of 2016 in South Carolina when locals began spotting unknown individuals in clown costumes and makeup in the woods. Then it went viral fueled by...

Abortion Among Teens

Julieta Sota, assistant editor
January 13, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

When someone comes across young girls with either large bellies or strollers, it leads them to think about teen pregnancy which results from young love and may often lead to unexpected pregnancy and abortion. Abortion among high school students usually derives from unexpected pregnancy due to unprotected...

Does That Cup of Coffee Really Help?

Joe Ryan, staff writer/photographer, sophmore
January 13, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase, Student Life

Every morning, Cavers walk into their local McDonald's, Circle K, or Starbucks, and order their favorite lattes, mochas, frappuccinos, and cappuccinos. While java may be everyone's go-to morning beverage, rumors and old wives tales circulate about its health benefits. Coffeeholics believe it is great...

Homework! Ahhhhhhhh!!

Andrew Serrato, staff writer, freshman
January 13, 2017
Filed under News, Student Life

Students attend school five days a week when not on break, missing school, or on vacation. Trying their best to pay attention in class, to follow up on class notes and doing their best to stay on task for seven hours a day. Finally, they are on their way home feeling free from the stress of classwork....

Another Year Come and Gone

Julieta Sota, staff writer/assistant writer
January 13, 2017
Filed under News

Like many other years, 2016 was a year full of unexpected events. However, many things made it different from other years. Events occurred around the globe throughout the year and the following are a few of the most memorable. Prince passes away- Prince Rogers Nelson died on April 21, 2016. The iconic...

The Most Unlucky Day on Earth

Joe Ryan, staff writer, sophmore
January 13, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase

People know about arachnophobia, acrophobia, agoraphobia, and so on. But here’s a new one: paraskevidekatriaphobia, the fear of the infamous Friday the 13th. The superstitious day is well-known and well-feared, and many stories exist as to why it is such an unlucky day. Some historians suspect that...

Freshmen Opinions on Student Walkout

Claire Hathaway, Assistant Editor
November 29, 2016
Filed under News, Opinion, Student Life

“What I think about the walkout is that some people just wanted to get out of class and not be in school, also some didn’t even know why they were doing it. So at the same time it was just a waste of time. Because what is that going to do. There’s nothing we can do about it.” -April Bricent,...

Freshmen Opinions on Student Walkout

Harrison Glazebrook, Co-Editor in Chief
November 29, 2016
Filed under News, Opinion, Student Life

“The protests were pointless and unnecessary. What change can you make when the man you fought to keep out of the oval office is in the oval office? This is the new America whether you like it or not. Sto using your rights for something so pointless. Stop acting like anarchists and go to class and ...

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