Accepted: Why is the SAT Still the Standard for Proving Yourself to Colleges?

Edder Martinez, Staff Reporter   Mention the words Collage Board, SATs, or Advanced Placement to upperclassman and college students, they will probably react with an uneasy look. These standardized tests have become commonplace among American High Schools. Several students this week on Wednesday Oct.12th took the PSAT. So many students may now be asking if college entrance exams are still […]

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In the Soup

Noemi Ramirez, Staff Reporter   On Oct.14 in Big Ben, London around 11 am climate change activists, Just stop oil, threw two cans of tomato soup on Vincent Van Gogh’s early 1800s painting, Sunflowers. This painting goes for at least 80.99 million dollars. Both Activists involved then proceeded to take turns spreading glue on their hands to adhesive themselves to […]

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Red Hot Chili Peppers New Album “Unlimited Love” Review

Chris Loustaunau, Editor-in-Chief   From their multi-platinum peaks to their sad, desperate lows, the Red Hot Chili peppers have always aspired toward a humble goal: to make you feel like you’re in the studio with them, zoning in and out and goofing around, watching three exceptionally talented musicians and an extremely jacked singer spitballing ideas and keeping each other entertained. […]

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History and Impact of Comic-Con

Chris Loustaunau, Staff Reporter   Comic-Con is a convention with loads of different attractions every year, all over the world. Usually, in the U.S. each state hosts one Comic-Con annually. Comic-Con is an enjoyable experience for anyone with interests ranging from anime, gaming, cinema, and more. In San Antonio, they host the event in the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, […]

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Outdated Sexism: Why Today’s Dress Code Needs to Change

Lesly Rodriguez, Staff Reporter   Shame, embarrassment, frustration. You were just walking through the halls of your school, a place you should feel safe, when you were stopped by a teacher, they look you up and down, eyebrows raised, hand on hip, a slight squint of their eyes. A look that you’ll remember for days.    “Your shorts are way […]

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Movie Review: Enola Holmes

Lesly Rodriguez, Contributor Enola Holmes, a Netflix Original film starring Millie Bobby Brown and Louis Partridge, came out on September 23, 2020 and was directed by Harry Barbeer. The movie takes place in 1884 London and follows the protagonist, Enola, as she tries to find her mother who has gone missing without the help of her older brother, Sherlock Holmes. […]

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