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  • School Bullying

    School Bullying

    Kay Cortes, Journalist

    December 5, 2017

    Like many things in our society, bullying has improved, thanks to technology.  There is still “traditional” bullying, involving physical and verbal abuse, but now cyber-bullying has made it even easier to harass people through a phone or a computer. Many students today have to deal with both. People who have been bullied or those who bully do face consequences. The victim can have many effe...

  • Do Military Recruiters Belong in Schools?

    Do Military Recruiters Belong in Schools?

    Ulisses Cisneros, Journalist

    November 28, 2017

    The United States Armed Forces offers an incomparable opportunity for our country’s youth - paid college tuitions, specialized training, marketable skills, discipline and integrity. The decision to join can turn into a lifelong career. Military presence at schools lets students know the benefits and it guides them through the process. However, recruiters don’t seem to address the drawbacks. The r...

  • Dealing with stress? You’re not Alone!

    Dealing with stress? You’re not Alone!

    Juan Tovar, Journalist

    November 7, 2017

    Stress is something that is inevitable these days. Everyone feels it, but for the most part, teenagers experience more stress due to high school. I know for a fact that I have gone through more stress these past two years. Prior to my junior and senior years, I had your average stress. I stressed about my math and chemistry class the most. I dealt with that stress easily. The classes were challengin...

  • The #Metoo movement

    The #Metoo movement

    Cassandra Reyes, Journalist

    November 7, 2017

    In the wake of the Weinstein allegations of sexual assault and harassment in Hollywood, the #Metoo has been a popular movement on social media over the last couple of weeks, by raising awareness of the issue in American society. Harvey Weinstein, an American film producer, a former film studio executive, co-founder of Miramax, and co-chairman of The Weinstein Company has been accused by over sixt...

  • WULF club looks to make a difference in the community

    WULF club looks to make a difference in the community

    Patty Orozco, Journalist

    November 7, 2017

    Many people in our society are not fortunate enough to have everything they need to survive, but some kind-hearted teens have made a change to fix that, and that change is the WULF club. WULF stands for We Unite for the Less Fortunate and is a club that aids the less fortunate, such as homeless people, with care packages that provide products to improve their hygiene. The club started out as...

The Land of Opportunity Shuts Down for DACA Participants

Evelyn Luquin, Journalist

September 15, 2017No Comments

On Tuesday September 5th, 2017, President Trump publicly announced that he will bring to an end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. However, he will allow Congress six months to develop another program that will replace DACA. Soon after the delivery of this news, people went into ...

Junior AVID trip looks to inspire

May 23, 2017

When spring break comes rolling around, everyone looks forward to having a week off from school and going on trips, especially when it’s with their friends. The AVID juniors got the great opportunity to go...

The Toastmasters Club

The Toastmasters Club

May 18, 2017

It's very common to have a fear of public speaking but this year there is a club to help students overcome it. The president of the Toastmaster club, Alma Garcia, stumbled upon the idea when her teacher ...

Working for themselves

Working for themselves

May 18, 2017

Yadira Nava and Jorge Rodriguez are Alisal’s class of 2017 valedictorian and salutatorian. Unlike many students who earn the titles, Nava and Rodriguez worked to prove something to themselves, to pro...

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Bryson Tiller Concert Review

Clara Jimenez, Journalist

September 18, 20171 Comment

Bryson Tiller is a Louisville native whose career skyrocketed back when he got signed with RCA records. With the release of his first album in 2015,T R A P S O U L, his so...

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For the Greater Good

Alexis Garcia, Journalist

May 12, 2017No Comments

Junior year, which is usually known as the hardest year of high school, is when students start deciding whether or not they want to take AP classes. Advanced Placement (AP...

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The student news site of Alisal High School
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