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OPINION: Instagram self-care accounts should live up to their name

OPINION: Instagram self-care accounts should live up to their name

Emily Harvie

March 3, 2019


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After a stressful week of tests and quizzes, students may need to take some time for themselves. It is important for people to incorporate self-care habits to aid their health, mindset and well-being. Unfortunately, Instagram accounts have turned the term “self-care” into a hashtag as a way to be t...

OPINION: Students should be able to take seven classes, regardless of elective choice

Annie Liu

February 24, 2019


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Almost two months into the second semester, students must start thinking about classes for the next school year. Although some choose to register for the minimum amount of classes to meet graduation requirements, others are striving to learn more by taking more courses. However, SCHS is limiting many ...

OPINION: Sequels and reboots are unnecessary cash grabs

Giovana Marquez

February 22, 2019


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Enjoying media simply because it is old has become increasingly prominent in recent years. Trends of the past are booming in current generations beyond their initial popularity. The uptick in nostalgia means that movie producers are capitalizing on and revisiting what was once loved. This is good ne...

OPINION: Sports should be evenly spread throughout the first and second semesters

Vy Ho

February 20, 2019


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Spring semester brings in a jam-packed second half of the year for students participating in the multiple events occuring at SCHS. There are several different sports available during the spring alongside the yearly Battle of the Classes (BOTC) and the Black and Blue Olympics (BBO). The semester also nears ...

OPINION: Eliminating the privilege of Netflix on school Chromebooks was a long time coming

OPINION: Eliminating the privilege of Netflix on school Chromebooks was a long time coming

Katelyn Yoo

February 18, 2019


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When SCHS completed Chromebook distribution at the end of 2017, students were able to access Netflix. It was only recently that  SCHS student Chromebooks were blocked from accessing the popular online streaming website. Aside from taking away some viewing pleasure from the students, this is a step in...

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