Category Archives: Opinion

Spring Break Hazards

By Jorge Guzman Spring break can be dangerous if people aren’t aware of their surroundings. Spring break is often and usually a fun and relaxing time, although there are some hazards that revolve around spring break.        Spring break is usually related to partying and a time to just hang out with others. But, there are a few accidents that may

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Students need Math

By Dayna Tillett Most students have been taught math at one time in their education. Math is a requirement for all students to pass, but why do we need math? Without thinking, math is used all the time. When a person looks at a clock, they use math to tell the time. Math is useful for students for the present

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A Charter School is Coming Soon

BY GISELLE REYES A charter school is coming to campus and students are not happy about it. The charter school that will come is Valiente College Preparatory Charter School for 4th to 8th graders. We don’t know exactly the date they will come, but the student’s opinion on this is certain. Most of the school wasn’t aware of the charter

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From Middle School to High School, to High School to College

By Ivan Campos South East high school was established in 2005, intended to educate students and lead them to a high school diploma. Students from local middle schools come to South East and other schools each based on their preferences, but what establishes those decisions, under what circumstances are these decisions based upon, and what do they look for when

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The Importance of National Women’s History Month

By Karla Hernandez March is National Women’s History Month, which celebrates the importance of women and their contributions to our country’s history and society. By the year 1986, there were fourteen states that had declared March as National Women’s History Month. Eventually, in 1987, Congress declared it as a whole-month celebration. Now, it is celebrated by; Australia, the United Kingdom,

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Immigration and the Wall

By Juliana Gutierrez Trump claims that Mexico will pay for all the costs of building a wall on the border, although Mexico is sure that they will not pay for anything. Since Mexico says they aren’t going to pay for anything, it is up to the U.S. to pay for it. Building the wall can actually a lot of money.

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Immigration and Family

By Azeneth Olguin When we think about immigrants, we don’t think about what sacrifices they have made to try and come into the U.S. One of their sacrifices is not being able to come with their families together. Immigrant families try to come into the U.S. to have a better life, but it isn’t easy. Many times, only one family

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The Barrier Awaits

By Melanie Cabrera When we take a test, teachers separate us, at school students separate us into groups because we are stereotyped every day at school. Now, they want even greater separation between our countries. As of right now, there is a fence and natural geographics that are the Southern border, but the president of the United States still wants

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Immigration and the Border Wall

By Giselle Reyes When you think about the topic immigration, the first thing you think about is probably the border wall. The border wall is something the president of the United States talks about, as well as the people. Some say that the wall needs to improve. Other say we need to change immigration laws, because it separates families. Some

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