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City, legislature need to act on climate danger to unhoused Sacramento residents

Kylie Huang, Mira Loma High School May 8, 2023

Blazing heat waves and atmospheric rivers are here to stay in the Sacramento area.  According to a 2022 study conducted by Science Advances, climate change has dramatically increased the possibility...


Modern music is continually getting worse — and won’t stop doing so anytime soon

Josh Cullers, Galt High School January 26, 2023

You’ve probably heard it over a thousand times in your life and brushed it off – “music hasn’t been good for a long time.”  I know I have been nicknamed “grandpa” or “old man” for...


California young voters need to take advantage of their precious voting rights

Kylie Huang, Mira Loma High School June 17, 2022

Under the Constitution, voting rights are guaranteed to all citizens of the United States under the Constitution, regardless of their race, gender, or religious affiliations. However, in the past couple...


School schedule influences student achievement, health

Kylie Huang, Mira Loma High School June 12, 2022

School schedules vary from school to school, depending primarily on the decisions of administrators. Though schedules dictate a student’s everyday life, students may forget that they have the power to...


One day is not enough to address Earth’s needs, especially global warming threat

Kylie Huang, Mira Loma High School May 19, 2022

Earth Day has always been the perfect opportunity to celebrate our appreciation for the environment and acknowledge what we can do to help the planet.  More often than not, this involves park clean...


Sacramento student performers shine at ‘Spring Spectacle’

Dinara Brown, C. K. McClatchy High School April 29, 2022

I attended the Spring Spectacle, which was put on by C.K. McClatchy student, Brandon Chan, in McClatchy’s black box theater on Friday, April 8. Chan opened the opportunity to perform at the event to...


INFECTED My first hand experience with COVID-19

Hadia Ahmad, Natomas Pacific Pathways Preparatory February 28, 2022

  “It says that I am positive for COVID…” Those are the words I frighteningly said to my sister. Let’s back up a bit, shall we?  On Monday, Jan. 3, I get in the car after school....

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A year taken from students

Akshaj Mehta September 22, 2021

When adults look back on their life, and in conversations I've had with them, they consistently mention how fast their high school years went by and to enjoy them. In my ninth grade, the 2019-2020 school...

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