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Voting the key to reform

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Malia Okoh, Reporter

April 22, 2015

With the announcement of candidates for the 2016 Presidential election, complaints are beginning about the current and future state of the nation’s government and the economy. People hope their concerns will be heard and candidates will rectify problems. Yet, many who complain do not vote. The American...

Demeaning content found in popular songs

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Malia Okoh, Reporter

April 22, 2015

Now more than ever, the crudeness of popular music has been revealed. Sexualization and objectification of women is present in almost every song. However, these offenses sometimes go unnoticed An indifference towards the demeaning of women in society, and especially in music, exists and thrives...

‘Wake’ tells of sirens and romance

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Mariko Galton, Reporter

April 22, 2015

“Wake” by Amanda Hocking features mythical sirens who kill to survive. When they target Gemma Fisher, her life becomes a dangerous game of kill or be killed. Sixteen-year-old Gemma Fisher has everything a girl can want: beauty, good character and a growing relationship with childhood friend and...

Senior Victoria Lee awarded full ride at University of Hawaii

Senior Victoria Lee awarded full ride at University of Hawaii

Aina Katsikas, Reporter

April 17, 2015

Senior Victoria Lee has won a well deserved scholarship. The  University of Hawaii Regents award scholarships for 20 graduating seniors annually which covers tuition for four years of undergraduate study, $4,000 annually and a one-time travel grant of $2,000. “I applied for the scholarship because...

Lack of ‘pro-America’ substance in AP U.S. History angers state legislators

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Malia Okoh, Repoter

April 17, 2015

A debate may determine if the Advanced Placement U. S. History (APUSH) course will continue to be taught in Oklahoma public schools. Some Oklahoma legislators disagree with the course’s material and believe that it is not pro-America enough. They have suggested material that they believe is crucial...

Class of 2016’s junior retreat focuses on unity

Class of 2016’s junior retreat focuses on unity

Janelle Medrano, Reporter

April 17, 2015

“Up and Away” was the theme for the junior retreat at St. Anthony’s Retreat Center on Apr. 10. The retreat emphasized the importance of healthy peer relationships and understanding the importance of unity as a class. Retreat leaders, juniors Elizabeth Fischer and Nicole Pagdilao, and 13 volunteer...

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