Freshmen Opinion’s on Student Walkout

Aruzhan Uriarte, Co-editor in Cheif
November 29, 2016
Filed under News, Opinion, Student Life

“My opinion on the walkout was that it was a good experience because you get to see what’s happening around and what our world is coming too. Students expressing how they feel down the streets is good because, although we can’t vote we should still have a voice for it since it is our future. Viol...

Freshmen Opinions on Student Walkout

Joe Ryan, Staff Writer
November 29, 2016
Filed under News, Opinion, Student Life

“I do not believe that the walkout was important. The students walking out may not have even known what they were walking out for. They jeopardized both their academic and citizenship grades. I think it was a pointless form of protest.” - Olivia Austin, freshmen “I think it was a dumb; I bet they don't k...

San Diego High Joins the Fight

Bilal Roache, staff writer, freshman
November 28, 2016
Filed under News, Opinion, Student Life

Yesterday (Wednesday, Nov. 16) students from San Diego High joined the fight (protesting the Trump presidency) by walking out of their third period classes and pushing for awareness by chanting “Not My President." The protest had gotten hundreds of people (pupils from SDH and city college...

Different Reasons for Protest

Jessica Solano, staff writer, freshman
November 28, 2016
Filed under News, Opinion, Student Life

Students walked out of school (Weds. 16) to come in unity with each other protesting (the Trump presidency) to be heard. (San Diego) High School and (City) college students came together to not only express how they feel about the presidential election but because racism and police brutality is happening...

Walkout

Claire Hathaway, assistant editor, sophmore
November 28, 2016
Filed under News, Opinion, Student Life

Yesterday many students from San Diego High School and San Diego City College walked out of class and onto the streets to protest the win of businessman and president elect, Donald Trump, rallying against the ideas he has shared during his presidential campaign. I however think this was not completely...

Make Dinner Guys

Bilal Roache, staff writer, freshman
November 3, 2016
Filed under News

National Men Make Dinner is celebrated on the first Thursday of November, in this case, being November 3rd. This day is for men to take charge and cook for their loved ones and for the woman of the household to take a break, assuming of course that the woman is the one usually cooking. The man who's...

Read Your Favorite Author Today

RJ Uriarte, co-editor in chief, sophmore
November 1, 2016
Filed under News

The National Day for Authors is celebrated today on November 1. The celebration began in 1928 when Nellis Verne McPherson came up with the idea to celebrate American Authors. She thought of the day when she was in the hospital, recovering, she decided to send her favorite author a note. When that...

Today is National Authors Day

RJ Aruzhan, co-editor in chief, freshman
November 1, 2016
Filed under News, Showcase

The National Day, November 1, for Authors began in 1928, when Nellis Verne McPherson, came up with the idea to celebrate American Authors. She thought of the day when she was in the hospital, while recovering she decided to send her favorite author a note. When that note was received the author sent...

Today is National Chocolate Day

Andrew Cerrato, staff writer, freshman
October 28, 2016
Filed under News

This is a day to enjoy a tall, frosty glass of chocolate goodness. Invented by Hans Sloane in the late 1680’s, chocolate milk can be purchased premixed or it can be made at home with either cocoa powder and a sweetener or with melted chocolate, chocolate syrup or chocolate milk mix.While Sloane was...

Bald and Free Day!

Harrison Glazebrook, co-editor in chief, sophmore
October 14, 2016
Filed under News, Showcase

Bald and Free day celebrated on October 14th is a day that gives freedom back to men and women that have one bald of natural causes or due to disease. This day is all about accepting people that are bald, and seeing the beauty in baldness. Bald people are lucky that they never have a bad hair day, and...

Have a Sweet Tooth?

Viridiana Nevarez, staff writer, sophmore
October 14, 2016
Filed under News, Showcase

National Dessert Day is celebrated annually on October 14. This is a day to indulge in that wonderful, sweet ending to a meal.Desserts can be from a list of many things including cakes, cookies, jello, pastries, ice cream, pies, pudding, candy and fruit. Over the years, desserts have changed from...

Racial Tension on School Campuses

RJ Aruzhans, co-editor in chief, freshman
October 10, 2016
Filed under News, Showcase

On Friday September 23, 2016 in Gwinnett County, Georgia one third of Archer High School’s student population of 858 students did not show up to school. This was due to an increase in racial tension caused by an offensive comment made by multiple students on social media. There has been numerous...

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