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The Simple Solution to Passing Math

The Simple Solution to Passing Math

Karly Ortiz, Managing Editor

October 4, 2019

When students are asked about what their favorite subjects are, the answers are identical almost every time; english, history, P.E., and the classic and witty 'lunch' reply. It's common for students to be enthusiastic about how interesting their history class is, or boast about their grade in their English...

On Campus Art and How it’s Underrated

On Campus Art and How it’s Underrated

Valerie Torres, Reporter

May 23, 2019

On campus you may have heard many announcements about a new sports game coming up and to support the team, but there is often less attention given about the arts. Art isn't just painting and drawing, there are many forms of art that fail to be given recognition on the same level as athletics. Art...

Forgive and forget… it’s not that easy

Forgive and forget… it’s not that easy

Andreia Sales, Arts & Entertainment Reporter

May 16, 2019

Forgiveness is a one-step action can be one of the hardest things to do. How does one forgive? Should we forgive? Why do we forgive? Most people don't really know, but sometimes, some things just need to be gotten over with. Forgiveness is a strange thing. People are hurt by others, then expected...

Desensitizating of depression in the modern world

Desensitizating of depression in the modern world

Valerie Torres, Reporter

March 14, 2019

Depression, a word to most but life to others, have we as people become desensitized to it? Over the past couple of years there has been an increase in depression all over the country,in the US major depression is up to 4.4% and it does not seem to be going down. Even though depression is serious, people ...

The consequences behind truancy

The consequences behind truancy

Valerie Torres, Reporter

February 27, 2019

At Don Lugo there is something that all staff can agree on: truancy is a problem. In fact it's one of the schools biggest problems. But are the staff going about it the right way? We all know the scene: someone is about to reach the back gate before the door closes and then- an office staff or securit...

Veto in change of bell schedule leaves behind concerning questions

Veto in change of bell schedule leaves behind concerning questions

Diego Cruz, Reporter

February 26, 2019

As a high school student, there are many times when I wake up and go to school tired and sluggish. Most of my peers feel the same way. There are many ways this can negatively affect you and your brain, especially at school. Things like impatience, mood swings, and taxing affects on mental abilities all...

How to get in to an Ivy league college

How to get in to an Ivy league college

Karly Ortiz, Managing Editor

February 25, 2019

It's no secret that students spend many late nights stressing about getting into an Ivy League or four year university. We all do it the same way; joining as many clubs and sports as we can, taking as many APs as humanly possible, and begging teachers to raise our 98.8% grade to a 100%. What many people...

Changes in pushing “college” towards students

Changes in pushing “college” towards students

Josephine Ramos, Reporter

February 4, 2019

When you enter high school, the word "college" is usually thrown around campus even at home. There are extra curricular classes on campus like AVID that prepare you for "college life" and the ways to excel. Chino Valley Unified School District has given the PSAT from 8th grade to 10th grade to prepare...

Why you should save your New Years resolution for February first

Why you should save your New Years resolution for February first

Karly Ortiz, Managing Editor

January 15, 2019

New Year’s Day marks new beginnings in every aspect of the phrase, and because of this, New Years Resolutions are very common come January 1. They start the very moment the countdown ends, and they typically don't last longer than a month. There are dozens of articles, YouTube videos, and advice blogs...

“Baby its cold outside” leaves behind a chilling undertone

“Baby its cold outside” leaves behind a chilling undertone

Karly Ortiz, Managing Editor

December 19, 2018

By 11:59 Thanksgiving night the Christmas lights blaze, classic Christmas music overtakes the radio stations, and the invasion of the holiday spirit officially begins. It's become a sort of Holiday tradition to people all over the U.S., tuning into your local radio station and singing along to awfully...

When did an A in math become a priority for a performing arts student?

When did an A in math become a priority for a performing arts student?

Andreia Sales, Reporter

October 19, 2018

Have you ever sat in a certain classroom and thought, "Why am I even taking this class? When will this matter? Why am I here?" I say these things almost daily. In my future, I want to pursue a career that revolves around Performing Arts, so why am I stuck in an American History class learning about the...

Auto safety groups fight to raise the legal driving age from 16 to 18

Auto safety groups fight to raise the legal driving age from 16 to 18

Karly Ortiz, Commentary Writer

April 19, 2018

For years, driving has been a long-anticipated rite of passage for 16-year-old kids all around America. Getting your drivers license symbolizes adulthood, and has become a milestone in tons of teenager's lives. But for years, multiple auto-safety groups have been trying to heighten the age, and now their...

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