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‘Hamilton’ ties in history to current events

‘Hamilton’ ties in history to current events

Lauren Melendez, Observations Columnist

June 4, 2017


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The Broadway musical Hamilton continues to ensnare viewers across the nation, ever since its release in 2016. It tells the story of founding father Alexander Hamilton, and has received countless accolades due to a theatrical oddity; the story is told primarily through the intricate tongue of hip hop...

Observations: A compliment is worth a smile

Delilah Gonzalez, Observations columnist

May 15, 2017


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(This is senior Delilah Gonzalez's final online column.) An "I Love You" can make that special someone's day. Expressing your feelings and positive thoughts towards someone can change their self-esteem. Words do hurt and some people tend to take any negative comments seriously. Maybe there's...

Waffle Iron: Monster attacks water park swimmers

Waffle Iron: Monster attacks water park swimmers

May 12, 2017


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Observations: This music will give a boost to your day

Observations: This music will give a boost to your day

Delilah Gonzalez, Observations columnist

May 4, 2017


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Have you ever played music to go to sleep and listen to music when you wake up? Every day I listen to music just to be in a really good mood. I have three types of genres that I listen to. Those three genres help me create different moods. Country music is one of my top three genres. I listen to cou...

Make America great again

Vivian Coleman, Guest writer

April 28, 2017


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“We must be concerned not merely about who murdered them, but about the system, the way of life, the philosophy, which produced the murderers.” -- Martin Luther King Jr. In the public eye, Dr. King has always been an advocate against racism, but what Dr. King verbalizes transcends that of racis...

Editorial: Genetic engineering is our future

Angie Bravo, Editorial Writer

April 28, 2017


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On April 6, 2016, scientists made a revolutionary breakthrough in genetic engineering; the first baby to have three parents was born. The online Oxford Dictionary formally recognizes genetic engineering as the deliberate modification of the characteristics of an organism by manipulating its genetic material. Genetic...

Experiences: My personal experience on gaining self-confidence

Lucero Rea, Experiences columnist

April 26, 2017


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We live in a world full of judgement, and that gets to some people. Not everyone has the confidence that is needed, but nothing is more beautiful than being confident. Personally, I rather people think I’m “narcissistic” than someone whom self-confidence is not there. Thinking you are not...

The Bug: Racism continues to evolve in various ways

Justyne Bernal

March 3, 2017


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Racism is everywhere we turn, no matter how much we deny it. This issue has been around for many years and it hasn’t seemed to clear up yet and I believe it never will. It is such a heartache to those who are discriminated and even to those who aren’t. Every person, every race, has been discriminated...

Observations: Positive four-word phrases provide a valuable lift

Delilah Gonzalez, Observations columnist

February 23, 2017


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Positive words from a friend or loved one can motivate you. Sometimes when you feel like you failed you just need that positive vibe to reach out to you. The best way to start thinking positively is if someone around you motivates you positively. I have a few four-word phrases that I’ve been...

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