AP Gov students lobby for bill on Capitol Hill

Megan Bertrand, Features Editor

December 15, 2017

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 The AP Government and Politics class went on a trip to Washington DC on Monday, Dec. 4, 2017 to lobby their Cold Case Records Act. The object of the bill is to have a seperate review board, not the FBI, to bring justice to un...

Project Green was recruiting students for the environment’s future

David Chavez, Reporter

October 17, 2017

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During lunch 1, September 15, the last day of Rush week, junior, Jacob Faye, a new member of Project Green, was standing near a colorful poster to pull attention for possible new members. “Getting involved with the school and the...

STEM club invites students to take a look into the science fields

Kayla Alkalay, Reporter

October 11, 2017

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During Rush Week, the STEM club offered sciences like math, engineering, technology and more to students looking at science for the future. STEM, meaning science, technology, engineering and mathematics, have many studen...

Artist’s Union Club Displays Art for All to See During Rush Week

Ian Massaro, Reporter

September 27, 2017

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By displaying artwork throughout the halls on Thursday, Sep. 14, senior William Guzman showed the school a sample of the Artist Union. The Artist Union gives students a quiet place to socialize. “We all strive to improve...

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