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Glacier Bay is a homeland, a living laboratory, a national park, a designated wilderness, a biosphere reserve, and a world heritage site. Its a marine park, where great adventure awaits by boating into inlets, coves and hideaway harbors is located 861 miles away from the Willow Project.

Killing Earth: The Willow Project

Sofia Pizzo, Opinion Section Leader April 25, 2023

After years of legal battles over permitting, and despite Biden's previous promises to phase out drilling, on March 13, 2023, the Biden Administration approved the largest oil drilling project on federal...

Pro-choice women protest for abortion rights in Reno, Nevada.

Roe v. Wade Op Ed

Sofia Pizzo, Student Life Editor March 3, 2023

In a 6-3 ruling on June 24, 2022, the United States Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade criminalizing abortion and tearing down nearly 50 years of reproductive rights. The severity of the ruling is not...

Amazing colors and shape of the sun setting over rocks in Fire Canyon, Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada, USA

Let’s Do the Time Warp Again . . .

Julianna Hellam, Editor-in-Chief November 9, 2022

Americans recently just “fell back” as the season of autumn welcomes changes. Daylight savings time ends on Sunday, November 6th which means Americans had to re-adjust themselves to the extra hour...

Dress code regulations

Dress code regulations

Gisselle Talavera, staff reporter October 3, 2022

Going back to school shopping has been quite difficult due to dress code changes that have been pretty challenging to follow. Simply visiting the juniors department of any store will reveal limitless choices;...

How Cancel Culture Revolutionized the Internet

Joy Villanueva, Editor-in-Chief April 8, 2022

During the Oscars on March 27, 2022, actor Will Smith slapped comedian Chris Rock due to an ill-suited joke made by Rock. Following the award show, many viewers all over social media questioned whether...

Black History Month

Mr. Kenneth Brown, Guest Writer March 3, 2022

When reviewing the history of the civil rights movement of the 20th century, much still remains obscure. The actual history is a broad mosaic composed of individual portraits of people whose names will...

Advanced Placement over Honors classes

Julianna Hellam, Opinion Co-Section Leader March 2, 2022

College is creeping around the corner, and high school students must prepare for the rigorous  courses they will take in order to earn their degree. As Advanced Placement students get a head  start on...

Every 30 Seconds

Nevaeh Dominguez , Opinion Co-Section Leader December 10, 2021

During the time of September 11th, 2021, popular Youtuber, Gabby Petito was reported missing. The case would soon bring attention to the many other missing people in the United States.  According to the...

Students’ Mental Health at School Since COVID-19: Better or Worse?

Nevaeh Dominguez , Opinion Editor October 19, 2021

As our world begins to open up, (in a way) students are having to get used to what life is like back in school again. A whole year and a half of school spent in your pajamas, while in bed sounds amazing...

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