Quarantine trend – crystals

The pandemic certainly sparked interests in our students; it gave them time to truly explore their hobbies or interests they didn’t even know they had. One of these happened to be crystals, which are a variety of stones with potential healing properties, and students’ uses of crystals vary on the subject. “I was really bored over the pandemic. I had nothing that caught my eye … Continue reading Quarantine trend – crystals

New movies of 2022

As the year comes to an end, there comes a new surplus of movies releasing in the coming year. New movies means new entertainment for 2022. Fans are waiting for the new movies to come out and watch.  Batman The highly anticipated “Batman” stars Robert Patterson as Batman and Paul Dano as the Riddler. Ever since the original film’s release in 1943, the franchise has … Continue reading New movies of 2022

Littering around San Bernardino High School

Keeping our campus clean is something we struggle with on a daily basis. This is due to the students not cleaning up after themselves. We also find classrooms trashed with food wrappers left everywhere and dirt all over the floor, and we don’t have the proper staff to help and keep up with the school.  Our students on campus have a number of reasons for … Continue reading Littering around San Bernardino High School

Cross Country: More than a run

RUNNERS, ON YOUR MARKS!!! BANG!!! AND THEY’RE OFF!!! Yahir Rodriguez, 12,  and Marcos Aparicio, 9,  explain their experiences in Cross County and the meaning of this sport. Aparicio was inspired by his brother Giovani Aparicio, who was in the Cross Country team in the past. This inspired him to join the team.  “My brother ran for this Cross Country team and he always told me … Continue reading Cross Country: More than a run

Self-Expression through fashion

Over the past couple of years, social media platforms such as Instagram, Pinterest, Tiktok, and even Twitter have become even more popular and are commonly used by teenagers and young adults. Teens often get influenced by the content that gets posted on these platforms; that content being music, entertainment, fashion, and more.This allows them to get inspiration and ideas from social media to express their … Continue reading Self-Expression through fashion

Volleyball: The end of a beginning

_________ Covid-19 and a New School Year Lady Cardinals ended this volleyball season strong. Not only did our volleyball girls have a vigorous team, they underwent some new regulations due to Covid-19 and the beginning of a new school year starting up.  Our Varsity, JV, and Freshman team faced many obstacles. Our athletes had to wear a mask during their games and they weren’t allowed … Continue reading Volleyball: The end of a beginning

Working through the pandemic

A bunch of crazy things have happened during these past 14+ months: COVID-19 spread, people lost their jobs, and lives have even been lost. Although many prickly things have happened, I appreciate all the essential workers who risked their lives during this pandemic. Essential workers like my dad Richard Esquibel, Uncle Jose Espinoza, and Aunt Patricia Caldera are three essential workers who have worked through … Continue reading Working through the pandemic

Spring to Quarantine: a song from the heart

by Arely Ashley, Tyro Times Staff 2020-2021 was both a unique and challenging experience for students. Some of our SBHS journalists documented their thoughts, feelings, and experiences during the past 15 months. Here is 2020/2021 from a teen’s perspective. Lyrics to “Spring to Quarantine” We were headed off to spring break  It’s a full week off the teachers say  Momma told me they extended the … Continue reading Spring to Quarantine: a song from the heart

Fragile: handle with care

2020-2021 was both a unique and challenging experience for students. Some of our SBHS journalists documented their thoughts, feelings, and experiences during the past 15 months. Here is 2020/2021 from a teen’s perspective. The title of this piece is “Fragile Handle With Care.” This was heavily influenced by The Wall (by Pink Floyd) and a horrible fever I had recently. If it wasn’t obvious, a … Continue reading Fragile: handle with care