By Cynthia Segura
Paint the town blue! It is April, which means it’s Autism Awareness Month. Annually, people take action and bring more attention to the cause. Many celebrities have taken their time to help advertise the special events that Autism Speaks does accordingly. These special events include shirt partnerships, Hashtags and wearing the color blue. Making people wonder where is the color blue coming from and what Autism is?
By Rigo Martinez
Students are tired of their government putting them in harm's way. They are using their freedom of speech to make a difference all over the United States, and are expressing themselves by leading protests to oppose their government.
By Luz Moran
Many schools have something that they are known for so what makes ours unique? “Some benefits are that teachers pay attention and don’t make you feel like an outsider,” said by Liliana Jimenez, a freshman. In a smaller school, your teachers are more likely to help you out and remember you as a student.
By Samuel Narayan
Video games have been around for 40 years plus, and new titles are designed almost yearly. From games ranging in age groups from “E”, everybody, to “M”, mature. The problem with the “M” rated titles is that they are blamed whenever there is a crime “related” to the video game. But do these games really cause violence?
By Samantha Naismith
When people put makeup on they are considered as someone who tries too hard, but when people don’t put makeup on they are considered ugly. Everyone makes their own decision whether to wear makeup or not. The hard part is that people are made fun of no matter what they choose.
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