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$18,695 Behind The State Average – Why the WCTA is Speaking Out (Op-Ed)

Ione Dellos, Staff Writer

May 15, 2019

Filed under May 2019, News, Opinion

Six months of negotiations have brought tensions between the West County Teachers Association (WCTA) and the WSCUHSD to a boiling point. Due to an impasse between the two bodies, the Public Employment Relations Board (PERB) will ass...

The Hidden Truth

Taylor Talcott, Assistant Editor

May 15, 2019

Filed under May 2019, News, Opinion

Poisoned air spews out from nearby factories, threatening to choke you. Trash fills the streets and the same water that runs through your pipes is a putrid, murky brown. The sun is out, but the thick smog prevents its rays fr...

The College Selection Process- Not as Fair as We’d Like to Think

Fiona Irving-Beck, Staff Writer

April 8, 2019

Filed under April 2019, News, Opinion

The recent college scandal, known as “Operation Varsity Blues,” has come as a shock to many. Fifty rich parents, including several celebrities, have been implicated in a scheme to use their wealth to bribe their children...

Green New Deal

Lars Dellos, Staff Writer

April 8, 2019

Filed under April 2019, News

In Sonoma County’s cloudy, nippy winters, one or two intense storms and/or some mild flooding can be expected. Some country roads flood, Ragle Ranch becomes even more of a giant lagoon, and school is possibly canceled for a day ...

The Looming Threat of Climate Change

Alejandra Granados, Staff Writer

April 8, 2019

Filed under April 2019, News, Opinion

In November 2018, the US government released the second volume of the Fourth National Climate Assessment, an over 1,600 page federal report that includes contributions from thirteen federal agencies. The report is a comprehensive s...

Green New Deal: Too Ambitious or Just What We Need?

Josh Collins, Staff Writer

April 8, 2019

Filed under April 2019, News, Opinion

Global warming. To many, just the thought brings up images of natural disasters, chaos, and the impending doom of humanity’s energy usage spiraling out of control. In recent events, global warming is becoming more and more relev...

Article 13: What It Means For The European Union

Ione Dellos, Staff Writer

April 8, 2019

Filed under April 2019, Archives, News

Article 13, a new E.U. rule which is supposed to challenge the power of tech giants, has recently received lots of media attention. The new law makes websites responsible for ensuring that content uploaded to their platforms doe...

The Surprising Link Between Climate Change and Immigration

Fiona Irving-Beck, News Editor

February 15, 2019

Filed under February 2019, News, Opinion

Our government has just gone through the longest shutdown in American history over the issue of erecting a wall to prevent illegal immigration. In response, Democrats offered money for more border security in lieu of a wall. Mea...

History of Black History Month

Estrella Pacheco, Staff Writer

February 15, 2019

Filed under February 2019, News

For such a brief month, February has many significant events in it. From Valentine's day to several presidential birthdays, the month is jam-packed with celebrations. And of course, as any semi-aware teen knows, the entire month ha...

Trapped Behind a Wall of Hate

Taylor Talcott, Assistant Editor

February 15, 2019

Filed under February 2019, News, Uncategorized

You open your cupboard doors, and the shelves are bare. The chilly air settles around you as you turn to face your children and tell them that there’s not going to be that much food for dinner. The dimly lit room, covered in ...

An Investigation on the Deaths of Two Migrant Children

Alejandra Granados, Staff Writer

January 10, 2019

Filed under 2018-2019, Archives, January 2019, News

On December 8, seven year old Jakelin Caal Maquin from Guatemala tragically died in custody of US Customs and Border Protection. Two weeks later on Christmas day, Felipe Gomez Alonzo an 8-year-old child from Guatemala, also died...

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