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Never a break (or how it feels to be the Principal’s daughter)

Lydia Garcia, Journalist

November 9, 2015

Filed under Columns

People always ask,  “What does it feel like to be the principal's daughter?” It has it’s perks and drawbacks, but it’s always prominent in my life. To start off, I wasn’t forced to come to Alisal; it was completely my c...

Setting mute on Bluetooth speakers

Celeste Reynoso, Journalist

November 3, 2015

Filed under Columns, Opinion

You have barely taken two steps out of your classroom and the chaos has already begun.  People pushing and shoving with no common courtesy.  To top it off some guy is blasting his music right next to you.  It is so annoyin...

Makeup Mayhem

Diana Rosales, Journalist

October 6, 2015

Filed under Columns

Growing up brings many changes, especially for girls. These are much more apparent as you get into middle and high school. You start to notice things right? Your skin isn’t even, you start to break out, your eyelashes seem ...

Reflections on high school

Sarahi Valencia, Reporter

May 27, 2015

Filed under Columns

As cliché as it sounds, it seems like high school has literally flown by. When upper classmen used to tell me to cherish my time, l I wouldn't take them seriously because who doesn't want high school to be over? Well, now being...

Death with Dignity

Elizabeth Perez, Journalist

January 23, 2015

Filed under Columns, Opinion

Death is not an easy topic to talk about and it’s even harder when you talk about the right to die or assisted suicide. In November, 29 year old Brittany Maynard was in the news for her decision to end her life. Maynard,...

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