A Year Ago Today

A Year Ago Today

May 17, 2020

Self Reflection During a Pandemic

Edward Rosario Arriaga, Reporter

May 17, 2020

Ever since I was a little kid I loved plants. Their shape, color, smell, and texture made me believe that each leaf and stem had its own personality and story it had to tell. My Mommy taught me that. She would sit me on the p...

Student Debate: Should California Reopen The Economy?

Yasmine Awad and Simran Dadra

May 15, 2020

Better Safe than Sorry By Yasmine Awad  Since COVID-19 unexpectedly occurred, our normal economy has taken a turn. The economic shift left not only California under lockdown, but the world. This health pandemic has changed th...

What Is Too Much Government Intervention?

James Jensen, Reporter

May 15, 2020

I believe the government has overstepped in its response to this pandemic. The rights we have been guaranteed in the constitution are the most important thing to us, but during this coronavirus pandemic,  governments overste...

Social Distancing Needs to be Taken Seriously

Jashan Gill, Kaleidoscope Editor

May 15, 2020

As we all know, the Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has changed the world tremendously. Schools have shut down, and sports, graduations, weddings, etc. have been cancelled. This all came out of the blue and struck everyone...

Student Debate

Diana Garza and Sakshi Palav

March 11, 2020

Catch Me I’m Falling By Diana Garza Love is a universal language.  No matter who you are, someone loves you.  However love is not black and white. It’s red.  Where a simple connection binds a mother and daughter, it...

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