Author Archives | Camry Thomas

7 Ways to Prepare for Finals

Melissa Trevino Marisol Sanchez Staff Reporters If you have any problems with studying or stressing out about finals, here are seven ways you can take to prepare yourself for the stressful road ahead. Get rid of stress: Go out! Have a calm and relaxing day to get rid of the thoughts that are causing you […]

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An Open Letter to My Almost Boyfriend

Camry Thomas Co-Editor in Chief I miss you. I think that should be very clear. I mean, I wouldn’t be writing this if I didn’t miss you. But here we are. Anyways… We were never a thing. I know that. Although it sure did feel like we were. I liked you. You liked me. I […]

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Top Five Moments in 2016

Christian Dixie Staff Reporter 2016 was the host of a plethora of wins and failures that several years from now we will all reflect and remember. Here are five moments from 2016. #1: Celebrity Deaths Celebrity deaths occurred frequently last year. We lost celebrities like Carrie Fisher, George Michael, David Bowie, Prince, Muhammad Ali, Nancy Reagan, […]

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Debates That Don’t Matter – Episode One

Amanda Newby Isabella Rhodes Opinions and Features Editors https://amandanewby.podbean.com/e/debates-that-dont-matter-are-rainbows-real/?token=859856b607eab00203c5ab233d8faf8c In the first installment of the soon-to-be-hit podcast Debates That Don’t Matter, we discuss the validity of rainbows, dating Jayden Cano, and Hey Ya by Outkast.

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Misappropriation Following Erasure

Manny Arriaga Staff Writer Shout out to non-Japanese people who wear traditional kimonos as a fashion statement, rather than having a basic understanding of why they were worn to begin with. Shout out to non-Native American people who wear clothes addressed as “Indian” for costume parties, rather than knowing that these dulled down versions of indigenous […]

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5 Products Consumers Anticipate This Christmas

Christian Dixie Staff Reporter It’s December which means Christmas is around the corner and everyone has several reasons to be excited; Food, spending time with family, staying home, etc. Presents are also a staple tradition that we look forward to around this time of year. Here are five items that consumers are anticipating this Christmas […]

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Five Things You Do When You Wait on a Text

Melissa Trevino Marisol Sanchez Staff Reporters Blow up their phone Every time you wait on a text, it makes you extremely curious, so you accidentally leave 25 unread  messages. Excuses   If they didn’t reply fast enough, you probably started coming up with excuses. ‘Why they haven’t they texted me?’ or ‘Am I boring?’ Then […]

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Battle of the Specialty Drinks: Salted Stalemate

Camry Thomas Co-Editor in Chief Many coffee lovers know that around fall and winter, Starbucks and Dunkin Donuts come out with their significantly celebrated seasonal speciality drinks. In the past few years, Dunkin has presented flavors that overlap with those of Starbucks. This is the beginning of the war amongst speciality drinks… SAL TED CARAMEL Starbucks: […]

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Students Speak For Better Lunch

Quentin Dawson Victoriano Morales Staff reporter A lot of people complain about the school lunch: what it lacks and what it needs. What do you think should be added or taken away from lunch? “There are hardly any tables to sit at.” “There needs to be more tables and more space to sit, people don’t […]

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Social Media Dominates Teen’s Lives

Isaac Edwards Staff Reporter Social media is something that runs our lives. It’s where we keep our pictures and videos. Social media used to be more of a young people thing, but now people of all ages utilize sites like Facebook, Twitter, etc. What is the most popular social media site? More importantly, what do […]

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