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Stop Slacking

Angie Bravo, Staff writer

March 6, 2019

Filed under Staff Blogs

When I first got to high school, I knew it was going to entail working hard. I didn’t know however, just how hard that would be. In all honesty, freshman and sophomore year were probably the easiest years to get by. I just showed up and then waited for the end of the day to go to debate. (This time is pivotal to join extracurricular activities and really bulk up that resume.) Nevertheless, once junior year came around, though it was a fun year, I slacked an embarrassingly large amount of time. If I had a test the next...

Thoughtful Thursday: The art of being early

Thoughtful Thursday: The art of being early

Zoe Alvarez, Thoughtful Thursday columnist

November 1, 2018

Filed under Opinions

All my life I’ve lived by my father’s advice: Always be early to any event. Trust me it has its perks especially when it comes to school. Wake up early to get ready for school, you’d be surprised by how much you can get done. You can pick out a nice outfit, maybe do your make up (for all thos...

A word of advice …

Diana Zamarripa, Hear, Say Columnist

May 5, 2014

Filed under Staff Blogs

Before the school year is over, I want to share some advice to the new incoming students. Not only does it apply to school or incoming students it can apply to anyone. I just want you guys to have something clear and I hope you guys can grasp it. All I want you guys to know is: be yourself, don’t let anyone harm you and especially be careful with whom you hang out with. What do I mean by this? Some of you know exactly what I mean. From my personal experience in high school I’m telling you that not everything is what...

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