The Problem with Dress code: this “painful necessity” is an issue contributing to deeper systematic issues

Kendall Stout      Dress code is a heavily debated top around teens.     It is something they can speak knowledgeably about from experience and offer many different perspectives.     Aside from the obvious stances embedded in personal benefits such as self-expression from one side and an added institutionalized reason to judge

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Vaping: an Epidemic

Jacob Schwarz Can I get a pod, bro?     E-cigarettes, seemingly harmless and safe, were originally created as a tool for addicted smokers to use in order to put their harmful cigarette-using past behind them. However, the creation of these E-cigs(a.k.a vapes) has created unintended implications, especially in the teen age-range.

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Burn, Nike, Burn!

Lydia Curry It’s the first amendment to the Constitution, but the moment it goes against conservative beliefs, it’s disrespectful. Colin Kaepernick was one of the National Football League’s best quarterbacks and was loved by fans and sports enthusiasts alike for his amazing talent. His story goes to show just how

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Wrapped Up In Controversy! Soft Shell Tacos or Hard Shell?

One of the most debated topics in the world, one that has driven relationships between lovers, families, friends apart! What is the truth in this topic? Which is better? Find out down below!  Among all the controversies in the world, none are so vicious and debated as hard taco shell

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Honors: To Take or Not To Take?

Kaycie Adams This picture depicts the locker of a student who is in Humanities. 9 out of 17 of the books pictured here belong to the Humanities course for first semester. In contrast, the English 4 course has 3 novels that they read during 1 semester.   Senior year provides

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Patriotic or Discriminatory?

Madelyn Novick During Aliso Niguel High School’s patriotic 9/11 game against Santa Ana High School, offensive actions were expressed by Aliso students, making many question if the game truly was patriotic or racist.       Like many schools, Aliso Niguel High School has their own version of a patriotic

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