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Elizabeth Holmes.. The Next Steve Jobs?
Burglars Strike Again
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Breakdown of Grammy’s 2022
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The First Time We Touch the Sun
The Key To Crypto’s Success Is In The Past

The Key To Crypto’s Success Is In The Past

March 3, 2022

Innovations Through Restrictions

Innovations Through Restrictions

March 3, 2022

Overuse of Water in Singapore

Overuse of Water in Singapore

March 3, 2022

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Athlete of the Month: Jessica Gutierrez

Michelle Nguyen, Staff Writer | April 21, 2022

Being on the varsity team all 3 years of high school, junior Jessica Gutierrez is a valuable player of Wilcox High School’s softball team. Coach Vanessa Chagoya expresses Gutierrez’ excellence by saying, “Jessica is one of our top performers.” Using her knowledge of the game and her energetic attitude, she demonstrates her sportsmanship even during practices. Coach Chagoya continues, “On...

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Transgender Penn Swimmer: Lia Thomas

Teresa Feng, News Editor | April 21, 2022

Lia Catherine Thomas is a transgender woman currently attending the University of Pennsylvania, and competing in women's university swimming. According to Independent, Thomas grabbed first place in the National Collegiate Athletic Association's (NCAA) first division swimming championship, which also earned her America’s top tier trophy for university sports. Since her big win, controversies have...

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Melanie Ortiz , Staff Writer | April 20, 2022

  When you hear Mitski, you probably think about the popular Alternative and Indie Rock artist Mitski. Mitski, also known as Mitsuki Miyawaki, was born on September 27, 1990 in Japan to a Japanese mother and an American father. A Japanese-American singer and songwriter, Mitski is best known for her two albums “Be The Cowboy” and “Bury Me At Makeout Creek,” as well as her latest album...

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Famous Artist Spotlight: Van Gogh’s Legacy and the Importance of Art

Fayoo Ahmed, Staff Writer | March 3, 2022

Art is a vital part of our lives. It’s all around us. Whether you listen to your favorite song on the radio, or pass by a beautiful mural, you experience art every day. These coincidences are important points of elevating our everyday experiences, but it’s easy to lose sight of the overall impact of art on communities.  As humans, we crave art as a form of expression and communication; we are...

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