Many classrooms put participation as a grade, but should it really be implemented at all?
Opinion pieces of a students choice regarding free expression of ideas, useful, funny, helpful, and enlightening.
New studies done by multiple colleges and even some done on campus show that fidgeting is beneficial to a student’s health both mentally and physically. But is it worth the distraction of fidgeting?
Advice columnist Cheryl talks about AP classes, junior-itis, and stress.
by Cheryl Harnett-Brumbis Friends, Romans, Freshmen! Lend your young ears to Mrs. Cheryl Harnett-Brumbis. I can barely remember my high school days, let a lone […]
First it was Game Boys back in the 90s and then around 2005 the PSP came out. Slowly the new trend came to what we […]
As the school year comes to an end, the freshmen who were able to cheat their way out of physical education class, or better known […]
By Sasha Belaluddin and Sadaf Qadir The stress of APs means that there is probably no movie watching throughout the year. However, after May 18, […]
Welcome back once again to Adventure Couple. On this adventure, the destined choice is a museum. Which one? Well, there are many kinds in many […]
Our fourth edition of “Adventure Couple” is going to take us to the sandy beaches of Crystal Cove State Park. This long stretch of beach […]
Our adventure this week takes us down PCH to Newport Harbor. Contrary to our past few adventures, there will not be much dirt on this […]