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I Went Back to Campus
By Marcos Perales | Big Stick Editor | It had been about more than half a year since I stepped foot on campus, yet it did not feel that way at all. For a split second as I walked through the gates, I felt like a nervous and lost freshman again. It (More)
Pay Less Attention to the Outside
By Marcos Perales | Big Stick Editor | We’ve been so focused on the stories, especially the coronavirus, that are going on around us. We are being taken away from the idea that we all have our own stories to tell. The stories don’t even have to be (More)
We Just Had to Get Out This Summer
By Marcos Perales | Big Stick Editor | The day before my senior year started, I was coming back from Corpus Christi. I was with my family and some other relatives. We spent the boiling hot weekend over there and spent most of our time on the beach (More)
It's still too soon for indoor movies
By Marcos Perales | Big Stick Editor | We as people trapped in quarantine miss a lot of things out there in the outside world. Places like comic book shops and music stores are still open and that’s fantastic.  It can be argued that we need entert (More)
How To Stop COVID-19 From Ruining 2020
By Zakary Rodriguez | Advertising Manager | The coronavirus pandemic has been one that has taken the world by storm, causing global halts of normal everyday life for hundreds of thousands of people worldwide. This has included everything from the (More)
SAT unfairly compares students' aptitude
By Gisselle Washington | Big Stick Editor | At the height of conversations around the legitimacy of college admissions, advocacy groups and a California school district sued the University of California for requiring sat/act tests for admissions. (More)
Why Kobe Bryant is The GOAT
By Marcos Perales | Staff Writer | A memorial service was held for the “Black Mamba” on Feb. 24, 2020, where friends, family and former teammates gathered together to remember the all time basketball great. Speeches were given by notable people su (More)
School makes good move towards mental health awareness
By Gisselle Washington | Big Stick Editor | In the United States, half of all mental disorders begin at age 14 and 75 percent by age 24. A staggering 41 percent of people with a mental disorder in the past year received professional health care or (More)
Fatality Wrapped in Paper
By: Katarina Rendon At just fifty years old, being alive for half a century should be celebrated with family and friends, maybe catching a bite to eat at a nice restaurant. This is not where my uncle found himself. Instead of chowing down on fine cu (More)
Why the MCU is Bad for Spider-Man
By Marcos Perales | Staff Writer | So Spider-Man is back in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Spider-Man fans worldwide are hyped about the news. Marvel and Sony agreed on a new deal and everything is sunshine and rainbows. Nothing could possibly go (More)
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