Ana Perez, 10th Grade The world’s richest man, Elon Musk, has completed a $44 billion dollar deal to takeover Twitter, according to a filing from the US government. After the deal, Elon Musk tweeted ‘the bird has been freed.’ This brings to an end the months-long negotiations between the board of directors and Elon Musk. After Musk first made his bid to buy Twitter, he … Continue reading Elon Musk Bought Twitter
By Daniela Morales, 10th grade Do you live in a constant state of overworking while demanding from yourself inhumane perfection? This is what the life of an overachiever looks like. Overachievers are usually those you look up to, with the best grades in the class and what you think is a picture-perfect life. Maybe you look at them from afar and admire how well they’re … Continue reading Overachiever Syndrome: Will being human ever be enough for you?
By Sofia Rojas, 9th Grade The Satanic Temple, a self-proclaimed national atheist group in Massachusetts, freshly sued the state of Texas with the excuse that the abortion ban infringes their religious rights. The Satanic Temple–also known as TST–is a nontheistic religious group with additional congregations in Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom. TST members use satanic imagery to promote social equality, social justice, and the … Continue reading The Satanic Temple Lawsuits
By Carla López, 9th Grade To become successful in life, most people in society believe education is the base for it. As kids, we are told we need to get good grades in order to be someone in life, not only that but the pressure of it feels surreal like if we fail a subject the world will end. That’s absolutely fake. Going to school … Continue reading How has education shaped us?
By Carla López, 9th Grade Climate change has been a really talked topic nowadays. There are some that people don’t really take it seriously and just talk about it as a joke and mock people that believe in it and are actually doing something to help the environment. Pakistan and India should be proof enough to those who don’t take it seriously to make them … Continue reading Pakistan and India are Living in Hell
By Sofia Rojas, 9th Grade Racial bias is condemned as an unreasoned judgment made on an individual’s race. However, today racial bias in medical textbooks is threatening the well-being of POC citizens. For years, the medical field has misrepresented racial identity in patients. By 2014, the majority of U.S physicians had an implicit favor for white patients. In addition to a substantial number of medical … Continue reading Racial Bias in Medical Books
By Sofia Rojas, 9th Grade Elizabeth Holmes became the trending topic of entrepreneurs after she founded the blood-testing company of Theranos. But her image quickly remodeled itself after she was found guilty of 4 counts of fraud. So, who is Elizabeth Holmes? Elizabeth Anne Holmes is an American businesswoman who was born on the 3rd of February 1984. She initially dropped out of Stanford to … Continue reading Elizabeth Holmes: The fake promise of Silicon Valley
By Carla López, 9th Grade Climate change is an extremely pressing problem for humanity and our environment. Although it is a naturally occurring phenomenon, the expansion of human industrialization has catalyzed it by inserting even more greenhouse gases into the atmosphere through cars, fossil fuel burning, etc. Scientists all over the world have put up a strong fight and warned the rest of the population … Continue reading Scientists Protest for Climate Change
By Linnette Cruz, 11th Grade On February 25, 2022, American attorney and jurist Ketanji Brown Jackson made history by becoming the first Black woman nominated to the Supreme Court. Two months later on April 7, 2022, after a bipartisan group of senators voted 53-47 to advance her nomination, the nation is moved as they witness history in the making. The retirement of Associate Justice Stephen … Continue reading First Black Woman To Serve in SCOTUS: Ketanji Brown Jackson
By Carla López, 9th Grade This past weekend, the Academy Awards presented ‘The Oscars’ honoring the motion pictures industries since 1929. These awards are considered the grand dame of film award ceremonies, claiming to reward members of the Academy, fairly, through the best work in technical, production and performance aspects from films. The honors are more likely to be given to projects that are highly … Continue reading The Slap and the rest of the Oscars