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Minor consequences issued to students who walked out of first period

By ANIKET MEHROTRA Staff Writer The 448 documented students who walked out of first period last Wednesday will be required to attend an informal “detention” before or after school Wednesday and Thursday. According to initial reports by the administration last Wednesday, over 500 students participated in the protest. Those who did not walk out during...

Administration sets up hotline number for anonymous student texts
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Administration sets up hotline number for anonymous student texts

By ANNIKA SIAL Staff Writer The administration has recently launched the program Text-a-Tip to allow students to confidentially report behaviors that make them feel uncomfortable or unsafe. Students who have concerns regarding a variety of issues, including abuse, bullying, depression or sexual misconduct, are encouraged to text the secure number (949) 427-1172. The administration team...

At least 500 students walk out in student-led protest
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At least 500 students walk out in student-led protest

By ANIKET MEHROTRA Staff Writer At least 500 students walked out of their first-period classes on Wednesday morning in protest of the lack of governmental gun reform in midst of the mass shooting at Marjory Steven Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida last month. Students walked out 10 minutes before office hours began, congregating outside...

March For Your Life
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March For Your Life

By KRISHAN PATEL Copy Editor Get up now and march for your life, For there’s more funeral invitations to send. There is no end in sight to the strife, The next shooting’s always round the bend. It’s caused American families to be wrecked. Congress refuses to pass a solution. Most want universal background checks, But...

In the right hands, gun control and the second amendment can co-exist
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In the right hands, gun control and the second amendment can co-exist

By AKANKSHA SAH Opinion Editor Vester Lee Flanagan II, a former employee of the television news network WDBJ, was angry. Dismissed from his job and under the impression that he had been discriminated against for his African-American heritage, he wanted revenge. On the morning of August 26, he waited until cameras were rolling before he...

10/24 Shooting in Marysville, Washington
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10/24 Shooting in Marysville, Washington

By BILL ZAN Staff Writer On October 24, Jaylen Fryberg, a freshman at Marysville-Pilchuck High School, brought a gun to school and opened fire on his fellow students inside the cafeteria. He invited the victims to the lunch table via text message and then proceeded to shoot them. Fryberg killed fourteen year-old Zoe Galasso at the scene and wounded...

Another bloody mess from Urban Outfitters: The Kent State sweatshirt
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Another bloody mess from Urban Outfitters: The Kent State sweatshirt

By CAMERON DIIORIO Staff Writer Among the many controversial clothes that Urban Outfitters has sold, the Kent State Sweatshirt definitely tops the charts in terms of its offensiveness. The sweatshirt, which sold for $129 until it was taken down on September 15, was a “vintage” crewneck from Kent State University, Ohio. In 1970, four people were killed in...