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Copper Hills Choir Teacher Battles Cancer With Support of the Community

Jessica Virgin, Managing Editor
November 24, 2019

Last year in the U.S. cancer took the lives of over 600,000 people and an estimated 1,600,000 new cases of cancer were diagnosed. Over 9 million people died of cancer worldwide in 2018. Cancer occurs when...

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Is Marching Band a Sport? – Two Head-to-Head Opinion Pieces

Lainee Miller and Alex Hess
November 18, 2019

Marching band can be a hard thing to do, but it is not a sport. When people think of common sports, the few that pop into their heads are football, baseball, soccer, etc., but marching band hardly ever...

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Opinion – Staying Safe tips for Scary Season

Joselyne Rangel, Staff Writer
November 18, 2019

Halloween is just around the corner, and it appears no one can contain the excitement that comes with it, from going out to parties, hanging out with your friends, or even going out to trick-or-treat....

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Opinion - Are You Too Old to Dress Up For Halloween?

Opinion – Are You Too Old to Dress Up For Halloween?

Joselyne Rangel, Staff Writer
November 18, 2019

Are you too old to dress up for Halloween? As fall approaches Halloween arrives with it. It looks like everywhere you turn, the spirit of Halloween has begun from decorations being put up, plans being...

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Opinion - Fall Essentials

Opinion – Fall Essentials

Jinda Kumpin, Staff Writer
November 18, 2019

The weather is starting to get colder, which means your outfits are starting to change. One of my fall clothing essentials is sweaters. You can wear a sweater with jeans, a skirt, or wear an oversized...

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Opinion – Is Hollywood Allowed to Humanize Serial Killers?

Milan Mena Espinosa, CO-Editor-in-Chief
November 18, 2019

Ted Bundy, Jeffrey Dahmer, Aileen Wuornos, and Charles Manson are some of the most infamous killers in the United States. They’re both hated and, somehow, admired by mainstream media. Countless movies...

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Lifestyle – Your Back to School Style

Jinda Kumpin, Staff Writer
September 24, 2019

School just started so everybody is coming in with their new clothes and styles. Looking at people’s styles helps you understand their spunk a little more. While school does have a dress code, there...

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Opinion – Hands Off the Hair

Sophia Lewis, Staff Writer
September 24, 2019

California has become the first state to ban discrimination in the workplace and in public schools based on a person’s natural hair. Governor Gavin Newsom signed a bill that protects people in school...

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Opinion – Back to School Shopping Tips

Tyla Jensen, Staff Writer
September 24, 2019

Back-to-school shopping is both a start to the new school year and an end to summer. There’s a lot to think about. Students must consider style, which can also be associated with trends.    New...

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Opinion – Mastering the Art of Goal Setting

Milan Mena Espinosa, Co-Editor-in-Chief
September 24, 2019

Accomplishing a goal can be very difficult for most of us, it can be utterly overwhelming, especially when it comes down to figuring out what one’s future will be beyond high school. Psychologists have...

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Opinion – Seeing Through The Plastic

Beth Brewster, Web Editor
September 24, 2019

If you went to the beach this summer, did you notice anything about the people there? Did you notice someone eating a hot dog or a popsicle? How about a group of people playing volleyball? Some little...

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Climate Change is Real:  Steps Towards Environmental Protection

Climate Change is Real: Steps Towards Environmental Protection

Daniella Rivera, Co-Editor-in-Chief
May 24, 2019

Climate change is an ever increasing issue affecting our planet's’ ecosystems, species, and the environment as a whole. With Earth Day having its light of day on April 22nd of this year, environmental...

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