Love the Earth

By: Audrey Gonzalez
Do you care about the animals and plants on the earth? Do you care about your own life and living it? Do you care that all these things won’t exist without the planet that we live on? Do you care that because of us earth and all the things on it are going to go extinct if we don’t start loving and taking care of this lovely planet we get to live on? Because you should. Earth provides all the things we need to have to be able to be alive. Earth is one of the few things we can leave behind for future generations, and we might not even be able to have those generations because we might not have an earth. Earth is a living thing and it doesn’t deserve to die. Earth loves you, you should love it back.

Earth is one of the few things we can leave behind for future generations. Earth is like one very big family heirloom, and we wouldn’t want to lose such an important thing. Losing earth means losing future generations and their possible geniuses. If we start loving and taking care of earth now then future generations have the chance to, not only be alive, but to be the generation of technology and cures.

Earth is a living thing and doesn’t deserve to die. Earth, just like you, is alive and would like to stay that way, treat earth the way you would want to be treated. Don’t throw your trash on the floor like it’s no big deal, because it is. Not only is littering illegal, but it is also bad for the environment. Don’t pollute the air by smoking or vaping. Not only is smoking/vaping bad for the earth because of air pollution, but it is bad for the person doing it and the people around said person.

Earth provides all the things we need to have to be able to be alive. Earth provides the food we eat, the air we breathe, the materials for the clothing we wear, and the houses we live in. Earth is a mother to all people and things. Without earth we will be non-existent. Earth just wants to be loved and live, and she wants you to live too. Earth cares for us we should return the favor, so next time you see trash pick it up and throw it away, do anything, even the little things count. The earth loves you, you should love her back.

The Man with the Red Bandana

By: Katarina Rendon

September 11th, 2001, might ring a bell for some people, while others might not remember, or even know what the meaning of this day is. For those who do remember, they may recall it as the day America cried. Although this day caused a darkness that completely suffocated America, it called upon the bravest of heroes to shine light and give hope for many. Out of these blessings was Welles Crowther, a man remembered not only for his bravery and selflessness, but also for his trademarked red bandana. Continue reading “The Man with the Red Bandana”

The Worst Day in American History

By: Monthakan Tidi

“Time is passing. Yet for the United States of America, there will be no forgetting September the 11th. We will remember every rescuer who died in honor. We will remember every family that lives in grief. We will remember the fire and ash, the last phone calls, the funerals of the children.” – President W. Bush

On Sept. 11, 2001, a series of coordinated terrorist attacks occurred from an Islamic terrorist group, al-Qaeda. The attacks killed 2,977 people and injured over 6,000 others. Additional people have died from 9/11-related cancer and respiratory diseases in the months and years following the attacks. Since this day, news of this terror-thriving event has crossed all over the U.S. Continue reading “The Worst Day in American History”

World’s Smallest Interview

By: Karina Varela
We, the Bush Journalism staff, went around the school to seek out an answer to a small, yet universal question. What is one thing you cannot live without? Some responded wholeheartedly, while others replied with, respectfully, very bizarre things. Who would’ve thought that oxygen could be appreciated by such a degree? But in all seriousness, as we closed in on our interview, the Bush Journalism staff, gathered enough information to put together the top five things us, Bulldogs cannot live without.

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Cardboard Kids: Bush Helps Raise Awareness for Child Abuse Awareness Month

April is child abuse prevention month. To bring awareness to this incredibly urgent issue, Bush is participating is ChildSafe’s Cardboard Kids Campaign. Cardboard Kids are 2-foot tall cardboard figures shaped like children that represent one of the thousands of children that are abused and neglected at the hands of adults in our community each year. Community members, businesses, schools, and families are encouraged to decorate and display their own Cardboard Kids on “Reveal Day” on April 5, to create awareness about child abuse and neglect and our mission of ending child abuse in Bexar County.

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