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Teens Take on Racism in PUSD

The growth of the Black Lives Matter movement in 2020 has motivated people of all skin colors to stand up for equality and enforce social change. Many activists attended a protest or two, others organized large rallies; some expressed their concerns and opinions on social media, and an impactful few …

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The Founding Fathers of Politics Club

With the 2020 election right around the corner, newly legal highschool voters are becoming more politically involved so they can make the best choice possible when the time comes. Teenagers, specifically 18 year olds,  have been intrigued by the numerous political debates and campaigns going on and have found themselves …

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The Most “Paw-Pular” Kids in School

If you are wondering who to vote for for “prettiest hair” or “best sniffer,” look no further, because Tosha the service dog has got what it takes.  The beloved chocolate lab earned her spot in Gravette Upper Elementary School’s yearbook early this November after she saved a fifth grade boy …

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The Tech World Meets Education

Technology in this day and age affects all aspects of our lives, and recently, our educational system has been making the digital transition as well. This has its advantages, but its consequences could weigh out the conveniences. In a survey conducted on teachers by Pew Internet Project, nearly 90 percent …

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LeBron James moves to the Lakers

Professional basketball player, LeBron James, has had an extraordinary journey throughout his time in the NBA. James has played in the NBA for an astonishing 15 years. Recently, James has made a career-altering decision and decided to move the Los Angeles Lakers for the next four years. James spoke about …

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Del Norte students make a statement

On April 20, a group of students under the name of Nighthawk Activists United (NAU) gathered  more than 150 Del Norte students in front of the school. Wanting students to participate in an nation-wide walk out against school violence on  the 19th anniversary of the Columbine massacre. NAU members were …

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Downtown San Diego’s new bikes

While San Diego lacks an efficient public transit system, new dockless bikes make traveling across the city a new reality for many. Downtown San Diego was flooded with new technology, as dockless bikes from multiple companies such as LimeBike, Ofo, Bird, and Mobike took the city by storm on Feb. 15. These …

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MC new campus safety rules

With school safety being brought into national limelight, MC administration, has taken precautions  towards stronger campus safety. On March 14, the MC administration released a statement regarding new campus safety rules. The bulletin read: “First, the stairway along Carmel Mountain Road will be closed in the morning.  We will ask …

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