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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...

Transgender Rights Under the Trump Administration

Fiona Irving-Beck , News Editor

January 10, 2019

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

In October, it was revealed that the Trump administration is considering pushing a legal definition of gender that would infringe on the rights of transgender people nationwide. The administration wants to define gender as unchangeable...

Breaking: Over 100 Women Elected To Congress In A Historic Midterm Election

Ione Dellos, Staff Writer

December 6, 2018

Filed under 2018-2019, A & E, Archives, December 2018, News

  In a groundbreaking election, 98 women won seats in the House of Representatives, and 12 women won seats in the Senate. Out of the women elected for Senate, 10 are Democrats and 2 are Republicans, and out of the wom...

Mexican Foreign Ministry asks U.S. for full investigation after border agents shot tear gas into Mexico

Ione Dellos, Staff Writer

December 6, 2018

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

  Mothers and children crying. People running. The air thick with tear gas. This was the scene at the US-Mexico border on Sunday after a peaceful protest quickly exploded into violence and confusion. American border agen...

Saudi Arabian Journalist Confirmed Dead—What Does This Mean For YOU?

Taylor Talcott, Assistant Editor

December 6, 2018

Filed under 2018-2019, A & E, Archives, December 2018, News

On October 2nd 2018, Saudi Arabian journalist and active dissident Jamal Khashoggi entered the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul, and he never walked out. He was later rumored to have been murdered and dismembered by Saudi Arabia...

Pool Updates

Pool Supervisor, Pool Guardian

December 6, 2018

Filed under 2018-2019, A & E, Archives, News, Student Life

Pool Updates From your pool supervisor   A happy December to you all!! ‘Tis the season to be jolly and all that falalalala stuff. But important announcements in the bulletin this month, so be on the lookout. ...

Ocean Cleanup

Autumn Antonson, Arts & Culture Editor

November 6, 2018

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

For over a century, the problem of ocean pollution has been known about, and yet the amount of contamination we release into our bodies of water has only increased. The biggest contributor to this pollution is plastic. Plastic...

Proposition and Measure Information

Lars Dellos, Environmentalist

November 6, 2018

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

There are not just candidates up for voting this year. Statewide propositions and county-wide measures are also up for grabs. There are 11 propositions on the statewide ballot and 18 proposed Measures in Sonoma County. While...

Are We Getting Later School Start Times Anytime Soon?

By Alejandra Granados, Staff Writer

November 6, 2018

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

On September 20, 2018, Governor Brown vetoed a bill that would require middle and high school districts to impose school start times no later than 8:30 a.m. In his veto message, Governor Brown states that Senate Bill 328, “Is...

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