Category Archives: Opinion

Students look for sales on gifts and holiday spending Time

BY JUSTIN MORENO The holidays consist of holiday sales and spending time with family. An algebra teacher in the Tech & Media magnet, Mr. Ruiz, said, “I would spend time with my family and open gifts.” This Christmas, sales are being put on for many items for holiday gifts. Many items, according to Amazon.com; clothes, toys, and electronics are on

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Deportation of the Immigrants

BY GEORGE JUAREZ There are millions of immigrants living in the United States, and immigrant families are   affected in several ways by the deportation force. deportation law has affected millions of people over the years and Trump is using his presidential power to reinforce the deportation law. The deportation executive order is a process of removing a immigrant from

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Students share, opinion about border security

Students express their disagreement with the new changes regarding border security. President Donald J. Trump believes that immigrants should be deported back to their homeland. Students think otherwise.           Cinthya Torres, a freshman in the Tech & Media magnet said, “In my opinion the wall shouldn’t be built and security shouldn’t be raised because people are

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Students talk about the drug trade

  BY ALEJANDRO HERNANDEZ The illegal drug trade is a global black market dedicated to the cultivation, manufacture, distribution and sale of drugs that are subject to drug prohibition laws, except under license. “I think that drugs in general are [grievous] because it exposes [teens] to many dangers, ” said Alondra Pacheco, freshmen in the Tech & Media magnet. It

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Editorial

Graduation is approaching rapidly and as everyone is rushing to get their yearbooks signed by all their friends. It’s also time to reflect on memories  made. So, for this editorial I’m not only speaking to seniors, but to everyone in this school. These last four years have been a rollercoaster of events. New friends have been made and some old

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The Great Wall of Trump

By Erik Barajas “I would build a great wall, and nobody builds walls better than me, believe me, and I build them very inexpensively,” are President Trump’s famous words. Famous sure, but logical, not so much. The wall is going to stretch 1,000 miles along the U.S. – Mexico border, traversing all sorts of terrain. The price tag on this

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K-pop spreads in U.S.

BY JOANA CAMARGO The growth of Korean Pop music also known as K-Pop has been spreading like a wildfire outside of Asia. America has been hit with this fire of music, brought by Korean artists. “How I found out about K-Pop was through my friends; they rec ommended some songs and once I listened to it I was hooked,” said

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Hardest decision for Seniors

BY ANISSA MENDOZA When it comes to senior year most seniors are stressed. Sleepless nights and headaches are due to senior stress.This is the year seniors have to decide what college they are going to. “My dream school has always been UC Berkeley”, said Andrea Soria, a senior from the Technology & Media magnet. Soria was deciding whether or not

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Look It Up: Why North Korea hates the U.S.

Tensions arise amongst countries as problems are presented to world leaders. This can lead to confrontations and wars among nations. One such conflict is the decade long conflict between the United States and North Korea. The major reason now: nuclear tests. Since the late 1940’s, North Korea and the United States have butted heads amongst different ideas like communism. The

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