Have Some Noodles Today!!

Jessica Solana, staff writer, freshman
October 6, 2016
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Noodles come in many varieties, and National Noodle Day, which is observed each year on October 6, recognizes them all. Noodles are made by rolling unleavened dough out and cutting into a variety of shapes.  While long, flat noodles may seem to be the most common, they come in a variety of forms,...

Have a Taco!

Julieta Soto, sophmore, assistant editor
October 5, 2016
Filed under News, Showcase

National Taco Day is observed annually on October 4th.  Tacos are loved and eaten by millions each day in either hard shells or soft shells with a variety of fillings. The history of the taco predates the arrival of Europeans in Mexico.  There is actual anthropological evidence that the native people...

Do Something Nice Today

Jackie Torres, staff writer, junior
October 5, 2016
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Celebrate National Do Something Nice Day on October 5th.  This day is a reminder to us all, as it is easy to get caught up with busy schedules. This day is so you can stop and do something nice. The “something” can be “anything” from buying a cup of coffee for someone, giving a compliment to...

Celebrate National Bisexuality Day

Jackie Torres, staff writer, junior
September 23, 2016
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Celebrate National Bisexuality Day On September 23. Bisexuality is people that have sexual attraction towards both males and females, or romantic or sexual attraction to people of any sex or gender identity. This is a day where bisexual community get to recognize and celebrate bisexuality. It started...

National Hot Dog Day!

Anonymous, staff writer
July 14, 2016
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Whether they are grilled, boiled, broiled, pan-fried, rotisserie cooked, cooked on a stick over a campfire or any other way, hot dogs are a favorite summertime staple.  They are loved by children and adults alike plain or garnished with one or a combination of mustard, ketchup, onions, mayonnaise, relish,...

Abused

Nika Vestko, staff writer, senior
May 19, 2016
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No one should have to experience abuse in their lifetime, least of all in the adolescent years of an individual. It remains an issue and often takes place with a current or former boyfriend or girlfriend. Regardless, this issue must be addressed as such experiences can often lead to a lifetime of problems. In...

Never Again

Athena Cruz, co-editor in chief, senior
May 19, 2016
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A day of remembrance that commemorates all victims of the Holocaust is called Yom HaShoah and happens every May 4th. During the event, officials and holocaust survivors present speeches addressing the public. After these presentations, worship and prayer are provided for those of Jewish faith. During...

It’s All About the Burger

Jose Diaz, staff writer, sophmore
May 19, 2016
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May 28 is the day when burgers will be nationally honored for their deliciousness and students can enjoy burgers with friends or family. No one knows who made the first hamburger but, it started off as ‘Hamburg’ and was named after the city of Hamburg, Germany. Germans made a popular dish called...

War in the Classroom

Blanca Orozco, staff writer, sophmore
May 19, 2016
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Years ago when teenagers at school would act up, they would get a serious punishment, such as detention, after school clean-ups, or another consequence. That is not the case anymore. In this generation, students get away with bullying teachers for no reason at all and do not get punished. According...

The Draft is Now!!

Athena Cruz, editor in chief/staff writer, senior
April 4, 2016
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As of April 1st, the Selective Service System for the United States military draft will expand its selection. With a growing prospect of war and military intervention, women will now be required to enroll in the program. Young women who are U.S. citizens and immigrants between the ages 18 and 25 are...

Senior Portfolios Back!!

Nika Vetsko, staff writer, senior
April 4, 2016
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San Diego High student, Cameron Joyce, said: “We already have enough pressure on us. . . These portfolios just put a lot of unnecessary pressure on us.”

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A Sunny Extension

Jerame Saunders, staff writer, senior
April 3, 2016
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Great news for the students and faculty of San Diego High School. In correlation with San Diego Unified School District and the Tourism Board of the Metropolitan San Diego Area, they have passed a decree calling for an extra three weeks of summer vacation. This notice will be put in place on April 1st,...

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