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Call of duty WWII

By Alexis Jimenez Call of Duty WWII is an immersive First Person Shooter game. Activison started the Call of Duty series started in 2003. It sets near the end of WWII where the United States has started to push back the Germans. As for multiplayer, everyone seems to be more into it, since not many people play campaign, the story

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Mental Health Awareness

By Briana Ramirez Mental Health Awareness Month is in May, and it raises awareness about mental health. Each year, millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental illness. “Each year we… educate the public and advocate for policies that support people with mental illness and their families,” states the National Alliance on Mental Illness. ‘Cure Stigma’ is

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Prom Experience 2018

By Shakira Mejia Prom is an important day in many students’ high school careers. It is something they look forward to and something they can look back on for many years. But for many others it is not something they chose to be apart of. This year’s prom took place on Saturday May 12th, 2018. It was held in the

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How Seniors Feel

BY CALEB RODRIGUEZ For seniors, this is their last year in high school and possibly school in general; they will finally go into the adult world and go to college or find a job.    How do they feel, though, that high school is finally over, and that they are going into the adult world? What will they miss? Are they

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Seniors Give Advice to Freshmen

By Karla Hernandez The year is coming to an end and summer vacation is approaching. Freshmen have gone through their first year of high school, getting into the rhythm of things. Seniors have already gone through all four years of high school, and some are preparing for college. Next year another generation of freshmen will enter the school. Because seniors

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The Charter Plan: An Update

BE VALIENTE ENOUGH TO BUILD YOUR OWN SCHOOL- South East students have responded to the charter plan with sit-outs and rallies at the Valiente Charter campus. By Janice Chavez A few weeks ago, it was announced that Valiente College Preparatory Charter School will be co-locating to vacant rooms on campus.  Mr. Nunez, the South East High School principal, discloses details

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Summer Jobs

BY JASON MONROY Teenagers love the feeling of receiving money and being able to spend and make money. Jobs usually start in the summer for most teens. Common jobs for teens are either at fast food places or with family. Some teens don’t like to work with someone than family, because they feel it’s less pressure and easier to get

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