by Alisson Duque, Tyro Times Staff “They deserve to have their voices heard at the ballot box, and to have a say in the change for which they’re vigorously advocating,” New York representative Grace Meng said. “It’s clear to me that they should be allowed to vote.” It is clear that 16 year-olds should be able to vote. 16 year-olds are knowledgeable on topics and … Continue reading 16 Year-Old Voices
Three out of five people are chronically homeless and struggle with a disabling condition. Five percent of people experiencing homelessness are fleeing domestic violence. I believe that we can end homelessness by doing various things such as volunteering at a shelter, looking at the percentage of homelessness in your area and surrounding areas to see how many need help and to prevent more from happening. … Continue reading We Could End Homelessness
High school, the four years where the pressure is put on us by ourselves, our families, and society. There’s constant competition having the highest grade point average, SAT/ACT scores, and getting into the best college. Mental health is a topic that doesn’t get spoken about much or acknowledged as much as it should. Stress can be caused by a number of reasons ranging from one’s … Continue reading High School Takes a Toll
Imagine you are a student who is in an honors class. The teacher is lecturing and you were called on to answer a question. Then a student from your class interrupts you and the teacher. The student and the teacher make a scene that interrupts the class. Students disrespecting teachers is not okay and we need to create a solution to prevent students’ rudeness against … Continue reading Student Respect – An Issue?
Is it not irritating when your partner does not want to be open about your relationship when you do? It makes you feel “less than” and question yourself, right? You start wondering: What if he’s ashamed of me? Is she keeping her options open? The negative comes before the positive and your thoughts and feelings become overwhelming until the only thing in your heart is worry. … Continue reading Keeping Relationships Low Key
By SBHS Senior Have you ever just stopped to look around and just take in everything around you? Not many people bother taking time, even if it were just a minute or even a couple of seconds of their day to step aside and observe the environment that they are a part of everyday. If you were to do this, you’d be surprised at what … Continue reading Letter to the Editor
By SBHS Senior Artist: Stephanie Ojeda SBHS students have recently complained about ASB not communicating well enough with the students they are representing. They want their voices heard and their opinions to matter. Students want more events, to bring back some of our SBHS traditions, and to help the school in our fight to raise school spirit to the max! We have heard from many … Continue reading Is ASB Listening?
By Hazael Perez and Destiny Aguilera Academically, as many of you are aware, San Bernardino High School is beginning to thrive once again, in hopes to soon take our rightful position as the number one school in the district. We are currently in second place, right behind Cajon, but we are catching up extremely quickly, and will pass them soon enough. The real issue that … Continue reading Where’s Our Spirit