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Death Penalty?

I feel as though the death penalty should be around for certain people.

Admittedly,I can understand why people feel that they are humans so they should live their lives in prison. 157 more words


Students participate in Women's March

By Deandra Du

Editor In Chief

On Jan. 21, several Gabrielino High School students participated in the Women’s March Los Angeles, a city-wide protest for the human rights of women, LGBTQ individuals, immigrants, and people of color. 361 more words

Wranglers Make 5th Inaugural Visit

by Sarah Eastland Seth Facey
@sarahxisabel @sethfacey
Anna Waldron Jason Frank
@annakwaldron @jp_frank99

Continuing a 5 inauguration legacy, The Wranglers from Lake Highlands High School in Dallas, Texas and their mothers sat down with members of Granite State Student Voice at the Newseum to discuss their week here in D.C. 322 more words

A bit of late news from 2016

I almost missed this bit of news from December, 2016. The Estes Park (Colo.) Trail-Gazette has resumed printing the local high school newspaper!

According to the Mountaineer’s front page story, the T-G started printing the high school newspaper in 1928, but for some forgotten reason stopped in 1956. 50 more words

Enter your student publication in the new California All-Stars contest

I still remember being puzzled and pleasantly surprised to receive a tweet from another California high school publication congratulating my newspaper students for being nominated for an… 441 more words

"Mud Dragon" dinosaur found in China

By Kaylan Kha

Features Editor

On Nov. 10 a paper published in the journal Nature Scientific Reports stated that a new species of dinosaur was discovered in a construction site near Ganzhou, China. 309 more words

Letters to Santa

Dear Nicholas Claus,

This letter serves as a notice that I will be filing a lawsuit against you for your negligence in the stated infractions that you have been getting away with for so many years. 169 more words