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As the year wraps up, let us take a look back at what the year 2020 brought us.

2020 Recap

Ashlyn Bautista, Opinions Editor
December 17, 2020
The economy should open up but with safety precautions taken into consideration.

Should We Open Up The Economy?

Katie Flanagan, A&E Editor
December 17, 2020
Was Going Hybrid Worth It?

Was Going Hybrid Worth It?

Ryen Hernandez, Features Editor
December 17, 2020
The pandemic has effectively exposed Gavin Newsom as a corrupt man who never should’ve been allowed to wield the power given to him when he was elected into his position.

Newsom No More

Zach Waugh, Reporter
November 6, 2020
Application time: Every student has their own path when it comes to college and the future. Students should apply to any school they have an interest in, and we as a society need to stop judging people based on the name of the school people attend. The only people that get to decide our success is ourselves.

Your Path, Your Future

Ashlyn Bautista, Opinions Editor
November 6, 2020
This world is being completely filled with ignorance lately due to pride and unwillingness to listen to any other side politely. Ignorance causes us to be both deaf and blind to many truths. When this happens, we then metaphorically drive off a cliff that only leads us a step further away from world peace.

Is Ignorance Really Bliss?

Jocelyn Castañeda, Editor-in-Chief
November 6, 2020
Student prepares to score high on the SAT and ACT for UC college applications, just to learn that the scores will no longer be utilized.

A Bittersweet Goodbye to the SATs

Ryen Hernandez, Features Editor
October 9, 2020
Even though our nation is full of many people with many different political beliefs, we must come together as one country and stay united.

Gambling On Government

Alexis Lunsford, Features Editor
October 9, 2020
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