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Electric Cars vs. Gas Cars

Yadira Ramirez, Staff Writer

January 2, 2020

National Geographic states, “It's also true that most of an automobile's environmental impact, perhaps 80 to 90 percent, will be due to fuel consumption and emissions of air pollution and greenhouse gases that climate scientists say are driving global warming.” Vehicles are a great advancement to society because ...


Monica Mohamed, Staff Writer

January 2, 2020

  School fights are all over any school. Usually over a little issue over dating or maybe even something deeper. Sadly, many people get pulled into fights they didn’t even start and get punished for it too. In many schools, fights are recorded onto your record depending on how severe the fight was. Th...

Trump Impeachment

Liya Tsegaye, Staff Writer

January 2, 2020

Trump has been president of the United Stars since 2016. His election was a complete shock and surprise to many Americans, as many people suspected he wouldn’t win. He went up against Hillary Clinton, who was a shoo-in, as most people thought. Her husband previously being a former president sealed...

Mental Illness

Muskan Babwani, Editor

December 14, 2019

In recent times, there has been an increase in rates of mental illness in teens. The result of this has hindered the lives of many teens and preadolescent every step of the way. There are many factors which risk one’s mental health. Consumption of drugs and alcohol, being overloaded with work result...

High School friends-BFFs forever or just until we graduate?

Kalee Wiley, Co-Editor-in-Chief

January 9, 2019

. When high school students graduate and began their adulthood through college they often leave behind their friends. However, they can always make new friends in college, yet some students lose their opportunity and do not make friends at all. Yet many students believe it is not possible to remain frie...

Are we locked in or out?

William Vo, Staff Writer

January 9, 2019

What’s that sound? No, it’s not the construction. It’s the doorbell! Parkview is introducing a new policy, known as the doorbell policy, with an estimated start date somewhere between Thanksgiving and Christmas Break, according to Principal David T, Smith. With this new policy, all main entrance...

Students are losing it over school-related stress

Madison Johnson, Co- Editor in cheif

January 18, 2017

The story of teenage stress is a tale as old as time, especially when the end of the semester is looming over us like a massive black cloud. Teachers take it upon themselves to dump what feels like a million things on us all at once: essays, research papers, and projects; if it's that time of year, then...

Should we demand Patriotism? YES

Jenny Nguyen, Copy Editor

January 18, 2017

With Colin Kaepernick’s noteworthy protest of the national anthem during a preseason football game and refusal to vote in the 2016 election, the nation has been consequently embroiled in outrage and heavy debate. Amidst these disputes, the nation’s very own emblems are gradually falling out of favor...

The International Spector

Miroslav Georgiev, Staff writer

January 17, 2017

China's ambitions are growing, and have been ever since its market liberalization and rapid economic growth instituted by Deng Xiaoping in the 1980s. Communism and Imperialism ordinarily do not go together — unless, that is, one talks about China. China has been hard at work buying Greece's largest...

New GOP Congress needs a Conservative Consensus

House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH) speaks to reporters at a press conference on January 7, 2015.

Doyle Wang, Staff Writer

February 27, 2015

On November 4th of last year, voters delivered a powerful message of rejection to the Obama administration. Dissatisfied with sluggish economic growth, the immigration crisis at the southern border, the rise of ISIS, and the unpopular results of Obamacare, voters shook up the US Senate by firing Harry...

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