Juan Villanueva

This is my third and last year in newspaper here at Roosevelt, but hopefully not the end of writing. I will hopefully continue writing in college and so forth.

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How $aving can Daylight Saving Time be?

How $aving can Daylight Saving Time be?

| May 1, 2017

By Juan Villanueva | Big Stick Editor | On the morning of March 12, most clocks around America once again turned from 1:59 AM to 3:00 AM, and the only reason —Daylight Saving Time. As a tradition that begins every second Sunday in March, every spring, clocks “spring forward” an hour. This is done in order to do […]

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Varsity soccer makes great gains

Varsity soccer makes great gains

| April 7, 2017

By Juan Villanueva | Big Stick editor | At the beginning of this year, Darnell Barnes and Ali Goljahmofrad were determined to change the soccer program for the better. The most important changes included giving the players more discipline and commitment along with changing practice time. “We started with a group of 120 guys. I changed practice from after school to […]

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International Women’s Day brings yet another protest

International Women’s Day brings yet another protest

| March 8, 2017

By Juan Villanueva | Big Stick Editor | Every year, women, men and children gather around the world to celebrate Women’s History during March. The celebration dates back to 1911, during the time when women first began fighting for their rights. A landmark year was 1920, the year that women finally gained the right to vote with […]

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Why is February only 28 days?

Why is February only 28 days?

| February 28, 2017

By Juan Villanueva | Big Stick Editor | Looking at a calendar is a daily task for anyone. Perhaps an individual is spending their time looking for dates to mark on special occasions like anniversaries or birthdays. However, once the individual gets to February they begin to question why today, February ends in 28 days when every […]

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