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A Principle’s Thoughts on the COVID-19 Vaccine and Pandemic Silver Lining

Brizeyda Monterroso March 21, 2021

On March 2, 2021, the acting secretary of the Department of the Health and Human Services, Norris Cochran, issued a directive requiring all COVID-19 vaccine providers who are administering the vaccine...

What was left of the ice wall on Feb. 19.

Let It Snow! Excitement to Dread in 24 Hours

Brizeyda Monterroso February 26, 2021

It really is hard to fathom how blindsided we were by the winter storm, Uri. Friday, Feb. 12 was like any Friday. Colleagues chatted about weekend plans until the clacking of our manager’s heels quieted...

My Graduation Story

My Graduation Story

Joel Valdes, Staff Writer November 24, 2020

“The best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry.” This quote, adapted from the poem by Robert Burns, has stayed engrained deep inside my head throughout my college experience. My plans have been...

Ocean’s Eleven Review: Moving Pictures Weekly

Ocean’s Eleven Review: Moving Pictures Weekly

Joel Valdes, Staff Writer November 17, 2020

Ocean’s Eleven was directed by Steven Soderbergh and has a giant cast that includes George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Julia Roberts, Matt Damon, and Bernie Mac. Its original release was in 2001, and it has...

Movie Review of Holidate

Rhiannon Brast, Editor November 11, 2020

  With Christmas rapidly approaching, Netflix is releasing a plethora of holiday movies in order to put us in the holly jolly spirit. If you like Hallmark Christmas movies, this one is for you....

The Irishman and The Oscars: Moving Pictures Weekly

The Irishman and The Oscars: Moving Pictures Weekly

Joel Valdes, Staff Writer November 9, 2020

November 1st marked the one year anniversary since the release of The Irishman, Martin Scorcese’s latest mobster drama. The film was already planned to be available for Netflix streaming on November...

Voting from a first time voter perspective

Voting from a first time voter perspective

Rhiannon October 27, 2020

The other day I experienced exercising my right to vote but, as a first time voter I was very nervous. I wasn't sure what to expect. Here are a few things I experienced when you walk in you have to...

Review of Lana Del Rey’s “Let Me Love You Like a Woman”

Joel Valdes, Staff Writer October 16, 2020

Lana Del Rey’s new single “Let Me Love You Like a Woman” was released Thursday night, a few hours early of its expected Friday release. A video accompaniment was released this morning as well on...

how to stay motivated

Rhiannon October 14, 2020

With everything in the world being disorganized it is hard to stay motivated and wanting to do things. I have a few things I do that could help you stay motivated to keep going. make your bed in the...

Online Class: Hit or Miss?

Online Class: Hit or Miss?

October 7, 2020

The dreaded WIFI. The annoying sounds of buttons. College students across the world are in misery because of the new education system we are facing. Whether its the students lacking the resources...


Latarsha Ellis July 8, 2020

Introduction For months now, experts and people all around the world have been baffled with the same questions? What are the coronavirus symptoms and treatments? How does it spread and who is at risk?...

Is The Black Lives Matter Movement Only About Police Brutality? I Beg To Differ.

Latarsha Ellis July 8, 2020

Background and History of BLM Movement #BlackLivesMatter started July 13, 2013, as a response to Trayvon Martin’s murder. It is a global organization whose goal was to end white supremacy and violence...

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