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Adversity of Diversity

Adversity of Diversity

March 4, 2016
Filed under OPINIONS, Showcase

Movie stars like Halle Berry and George Lopez have joined the glamorous world of James Dean and Audrey Hepburn, but actors of color are still struggling to establish their place in Hollywood. While diversity in the media has dramatically increased in the past decade, many movies and TV shows still feature...

Automatic Injustice

Automatic Injustice

Anna Ta, Print Editor-in-Chief
January 14, 2016
Filed under OPINIONS

A student’s performance in high school is defined by numbers. SAT scores, grades, GPA, and rank defines the next four years in a student’s life after high school. A handful of numbers is in no way capable of producing a full picture of a student’s academic career, yet Texas House Bill 588 uses...

Beginning to look a lot like Christmas creep

Beginning to look a lot like Christmas creep

Larissa Torres, Online Editor-in-Chief
December 10, 2015
Filed under OPINIONS

It happens slowly. An elf here, a reindeer there; no big deal. But everything changes when October arrives. Suddenly aisles ooze red and green, pine needles litter the floor and Santa Claus figurines line every corner watching to see who is naughty and who is nice. Bats and witches are shoved to the...

In…friend love?

In…friend love?

Graciela Martinez, Staff Writer
November 18, 2015
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Boy meets girl. Boy makes jokes and starts a witty conversation. Girl laughs and continues conversation. Boy and girl part ways. Girl spends time thinking about boy. Boy spends time thinking about girl. Is it a crush? Is it love? No, it is a friend crush. “I actually have instantly met someone and...

Cut out line cutting

Cut out line cutting

Noah Sanchez, Staff Writer
November 18, 2015
Filed under OPINIONS, Showcase

It happens every day, without students even considering the consequences. How many times have students committed this treacherous crime without a second thought? No matter how many times it occurred, it was always OK, because it never happened to those who commit the crime. But then one day, it did....

Community college viable option

Community college viable option

Larissa Torres, Online Editor-in-Chief
November 13, 2015
Filed under OPINIONS, Showcase

When choosing where to apply for college, community college is not always looked upon favorably by students even though it is a great option. There is nothing wrong with community college. It is affordable, close-to-home, and flexible. The idea that community college is a last resort or a place for...

Idolizing the stars

Idolizing the stars

Kaylee Vickers, Staff Writer
November 13, 2015
Filed under OPINIONS

When going to a concert, one can always find screaming young adults. Yelling things about how much they love the artist without knowing them or how they are their number one fan. But according to one study, Adolescent Idolization of Pop Singers: Causes, Expressions, and Reliance, this is required to he...

High School: Expectations versus Reality

High School: Expectations versus Reality

Graciela Martinez, Staff Writer
November 4, 2015
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What’s one movie that has dreamy romance, good friends, funny lines, adventures and a good protagonist? Scratch that. What’s one genre that has dreamy romance, good friends, funny lines, adventures and a good protagonist? High school movies. It is hard to not love these films. Classics such as “Cl...

Smells like teen fashion

Smells like teen fashion

Viviana Camarillo, Opinions Editor
November 4, 2015
Filed under OPINIONS, Showcase

The ’90s, the era that gave birth to some of the greatest music, television and fashion in American history. Nearly twenty five years ago, the music scene exploded with a new sound that helped shape many significant trends of the decade. Bands like Nirvana, Pearl Jam and Foo Fighters helped create...

Pumpkin Spice, Festive or obsessive?

Pumpkin Spice, Festive or obsessive?

Larissa Torres and Karlie Rushing
October 28, 2015
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  FALL OBSESSION - Larissa Torres October is here, which means football games, cooler weather and yes, pumpkin spice everything. The truth is, pumpkin spice is completely out of control. As a huge fan and even occasional baker of pumpkin pie, it pains me to condemn all things pumpkin spic...

Cultures not costumes

Cultures not costumes

Anna Ta, Print Editor-in-Chief
October 28, 2015
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Orange and black lanterns line the streets, horror movies play nightly and stores pack shelves with teeth-rotting candy. That eerie time of year creeps closer and closer. However, as the Halloween festivities begin, some things in the name of good fun appear drastically different to others. Parties and...

This just in, social media not destroying the world

This just in, social media not destroying the world

Anna Ta, Print Editor-in-Chief
September 18, 2015
Filed under OPINIONS, Showcase

Everybody beware, technology ruins generations, or connects friends and lovers and facilitates the spread of information; either, really. The truth of the matter is that while some people believe that technology drives children away from interaction and playing friendly neighborhood games of catch, it...

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