Sexual Assault Awareness

Sexual assault is a very serious issue that affects the lives of many and it is always necessary to be aware of it and learn how to defend yourself when you’re assaulted. Also, when witnessing a friend or even a stranger being sexually assaulted, it’s always good to know who to call or how to help. “A survey conducted by the American Association of University … Continue reading Sexual Assault Awareness

2019’s Academic Athlete of the Year and Salutatorian

Guadalupe Lopez is this year’s graduating salutatorian, academic athlete of the year, and captain for both the girls’ water polo and swim teams. Lopez sacrificed her social time to be Salutatorian and academic athlete of the year, but does not regret being so active because it gave her the opportunity to improve her social and communication skills. Ultimately, school is her priority. In water polo, … Continue reading 2019’s Academic Athlete of the Year and Salutatorian

Sen·ior·i·tis

Sen·ior·i·tis A crippling disease that hits high school seniors. Symptoms When you find yourself saying “I’ll do it later” otherwise known as Procrastinating Laziness Lack of studying Repeated absences Low grades Finding it hard to get out of bed Debating whether to skip class or not Senioritis is very common around our school. I talked to a handful of seniors and asked them how they … Continue reading Sen·ior·i·tis

Getting Involved in San Bernardino

Have you ever wondered how you can get involved in your community? As of now, San Bernardino is being run mainly by the older generation. This results from younger people either not caring or not knowing how exactly to become a part of the community. For those of you who simply just don’t know where to start, this article is for you. Getting involved can … Continue reading Getting Involved in San Bernardino

Interview with Daniel Cadenas

I interviewed Daniel Cadenas, a senior, the following questions: A name change request can come about because a person does not like his or her name as given at birth; perhaps they’d prefer something more or less unique rather than a homespun name that combined parents’ names. Question 1: If you had to change your name, what would your new name be, and why would … Continue reading Interview with Daniel Cadenas

Moon Threads, Part One

A short story written and illustrated by Zoe Berkebile On the evenings when the darkness was so thick it seemed the sky itself was sleeping, when the moon had waned to nothing and the stars seemed to to have gone out, you would think the children of the small village would fear the night and hide beneath the warm safety of their quilts – but, … Continue reading Moon Threads, Part One