Featured image is from the Digital Journalism Telepresence class in December 2019, celebrating Digital Journalism being approved as a course that fulfills the UC/Cal State A-G Fine Art requirement. (Ethic … Continue reading Opinion: Why Digital Journalism?
By MIA DELMONICO & AZRIEL OLMEDO Children learn at a young age that growing up is part of the journey. While this is true, growing up too fast can be … Continue reading Opinion: Excessive school stress and strain can break students’ spirit
By AALEYAH WINSLOW Oh, pineapple on pizza. This topic is one of the highest controversies that is debated, especially considering how simple of a topic this is. On one hand, … Continue reading Opinion: East Valley students share their controversial pizza topping opinions
By ARIANA GHALAMBOR Over 60 Iranian-American citizens have been detained and held for additional questioning at the U.S. crossing border. Several Iranian-Americans claim they were traveling through Washington’s state border … Continue reading Opinion: Iranians detained at the US crossing border
By MALIK GAYNAIR What keeps students motivated to get up and get ready for school? Maybe it’s friends, maybe it’s food, or maybe it’s educational excitement. But, amid all this … Continue reading Opinion: Orangewood student makes a case for return of school buses
By SOFIA DICARLO The “Ok Boomer” phrase, which was introduced through social media in the fall of 2019, has become quite popular among the younger generations of our society. “Ok … Continue reading Opinion: The “Ok Boomer” phrase takes over the internet
By AVALON SALVADORE According to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, outstanding student loan debt in the United States ranges between $902 billion and $1 trillion with around $864 … Continue reading Opinion: The student loan crisis is crushing America
By RAYYAN ABDO After much heated debate and public outcry, Sony Pictures and Walt Disney reach a deal to continue Spider-Man movie partnership. (Credit to Marvel Studios) A few months … Continue reading Opinion: The fight for the web-slinging hero is resolved; Disney waves a white flag
By MECCAYDA GREGARY At such a small school like Orangewood High School, the Advancement Via Individual Determination (AVID) program has made a widespread, positive impact on students. AVID is a … Continue reading Opinion: AVID program makes a positive impact on Orangewood students
By LILIAN MOHR During the 2019-2020 academic school year, the Redlands Unified School District has made several significant changes. Arguably some of the most beneficial of these changes came with … Continue reading Opinion: New College Board policies benefit Redlands high school students, but have room for improvement
By BROOKE MGBAFILIKE and ISABELLE SAMAAN Sandy Hook Promise honors the life that was lost in the tragic school shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012. Every year the … Continue reading Point/ Counterpoint: Should the Sandy Hook Promise PSA be shown?
By KAITLYN SUTOW In 2011, a Princeton University-based research team conducted group decision making experiments and employed mathematical models and computer simulation to provide insights in uninformed human behavior. They … Continue reading Uninformed Opinions: Why do people believe things without any proof?