By Sarah Guzman
Beethoven, A Dogs Purpose, and Lady and the Tramp. All of these movies are iconic for the human like animals that we all know and love, dogs. Animals such as mice, dogs, cats, rats, and monkeys are experimented on everyday. Many of these poor animals get brutally injured or even have fatal ends. Animal experimentation is not worth the very few benefits that we gain from it.
By Aneal Singh: Media Editor
As of 2009, only 58 countries, have universal healthcare, leaving 137 countries with little to no coverage for medical and financial protection. Referred to as universal health coverage, it is a system that provides assistance in medical coverage to a citizen of a particular country regardless of their income, race, gender, or condition.
By: Leilah Doran, Editor in Chief
As said by Shelly Lewis, who is part of a drug recovery project, 12 Step Planet, “Addiction is a family disease… One person may use, but the whole family suffers.” Drug abuse affects more than just an individual, including their friends and families, by corrupting their lives, and bringing them into an exhausting situation that they may not be able to get out of.
By: Leilah Doran, Co-Editor in Chief
Ryan Kahn, career coach and television personality, has said, “Content is fire, social media is gasoline.” It could be said that social media leads to issues like drama, decrease in self-esteem, and so on, but is this what we really see? Or, is social media actually providing the people with valuable information?
Celeste Duran, Features Editor
“Do you know what my favorite part of the game is? The opportunity to play,” said Mike Singletary, a National Football League (NFL) coach. Mike understands, like so many other people, how important sports are to youth and adults. Organized sports may involve much pressure, but they build character and keep youth in shape. Some people consider sports too intense and not worth the risk. Parents and student athletes need to know what youth sports are all about and be aware of the issues and benefits sports supply, so that they consider every aspect before committing to participation..
Pamela Parades, Editor-In-Chief
“Who is the biggest slut from the junior class?” Are these just words, or do they do real harm?
By Celeste Duran
“I need a weapon” as Master Chief said, may be one reason why people think that violent video games, such as Halo, cause violence in teens. There have been quite a few teen shootings that people say are caused by violent video games. There are many kids, teens, and adults, who play these video games on a daily basis. This doesn't mean that those who play them will become violent.
Marieanne Paniagua, News Editor
Glossy lips, Long eyelashes, thin waists, what was beautiful yesterday isn’t today. The word beautiful is a word of many definitions.
By: Marieanne Paniagua
People are harmed worldwide by weapons designed to kill, murder, and attack. Recent studies have proven that 80% of mass shootings happen with legally purchased weapons.
Editor Board, 2016-2017
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