News

San Francisco Offers a Free College Education!

San Francisco Offers a Free College Education!

Brionna Bartlebaugh (11th), Reporter

February 15

Boycotting Donald Trump Becomes Boycotting Ivanka Trump

Boycotting Donald Trump Becomes Boycotting Ivanka Trump

Julia Allen (11th), Reporter

February 15

Kesha Legal Battle Continues

Kesha Legal Battle Continues

February 15

In 2014, famous pop star, Kesha, filed a lawsuit against producer Dr. Luke hoping to void all legal contracts between the two. She claimed she was “sexually, verbally, physically, and emotionally abu...  Read More »

A Game to Remember

A Game to Remember

February 15

On Sunday February 5, 2017 the football fans world was in for the most shocking Super Bowl of their lives. The number one seeded New England Patriots were the AFC champions, having defeated the Pittsburgh ...  Read More »

Okay Ladies Now Let’s Get in a Lawsuit?

Okay Ladies Now Let’s Get in a Lawsuit?

February 15

Beyoncé awakened to startling news this past week, a twenty million copyright infringement lawsuit emerged from the estate of a deceased singer, Anthony Barre. The lawsuit claims the twenty-one time Gramm...  Read More »

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Sci-Health & Tech

Trump Freezes the EPA

Trump Freezes the EPA

Sebastian Macias (12th), Reporter

The Trump administration has put a freeze on the billions of dollars of grants that are given to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). This could possibly affect the...  Read More »

February 7

Are Vapes Any Safer?

Are Vapes Any Safer?

Sebastian Macias (12th), Reporter

Our millennial generation has come to a need for the consumption of E-Cigarettes and Vaporizers, these products containing nicotine are harmful for our youth, young adults,...  Read More »

January 30

Was The Supermoon Really That Super?

Was The Supermoon Really That Super?

Sebastian Macias (12th), Reporter

The moon is one fascinating rock, brightening the dark nights on earth and creating endless amount of questions about life beyond earth. The supermoon that took place on Monday,...  Read More »

November 28

The Epi-Pen Scare

The Epi-Pen Scare

Rylee Moore (12th), Reporter

Imagine having to pay hundreds of dollars for a band aid every time you fall and scrape your knee. Imagine a small mistake: accidentally eating a peanut, getting stung by a bee,...  Read More »

November 1

Nintendo Switches it Up

Nintendo Switches it Up

Andrew Borba (12th), Reporter

On YouTube last week Nintendo showed a trailer for their new console named the “Nintendo Switch” and the Internet has been abuzz with hype and analysis of the new co...  Read More »

November 1

RIP to the Barrier Reef

RIP to the Barrier Reef

Aurora Coria (12th), Reporter

Today, people have the ability to write obituaries for anything, the most common being in the memory of a dead relative. However one could be written about a really nice ...  Read More »

October 31

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Student Opinions

Disney and Politics: An Unlikely (But Welcome) Pairing

Disney and Politics: An Unlikely (But Welcome) Pairing

Kenya Gonzalez (12th), Zach Rovito (12th), Editor in Chief

When one thinks of Disney, they usually think first of cheerful princesses, awe inspiring animations, and music as catchy as a plague. What sometimes goes unnoticed is the...  Read More »

February 12

Trump Follows in Obama’s Lead in Supporting LGBTQ: Is it a facade?

Trump Follows in Obama’s Lead in Supporting LGBTQ: Is it a facade?

February 9

"Donald Trump has left the key question unanswered - will he commit to opposing any executive actions that allow government employees, taxpayer-...  Read More »

Mouth Moods Review

Mouth Moods Review

February 7

“Mouth Moods” is the third mash-up album released by Neil Cicierega. Mash-ups are when an artist takes samples, voice clips, or sometimes the e...  Read More »

Trump’s Environmental Policy is Anything But America First

Trump’s Environmental Policy is Anything But America First

February 7

President Trump’s inauguration on January 20th, 2017 brought much more than a new face to the oval office, it brought about a slew of new ...  Read More »

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Pitman Life

Roses Are Red, Violets are Blue, Don’t Let This Happen to You

Roses Are Red, Violets are Blue, Don’t Let This Happen to You

Maya Radcliffe (12th), Reporter

It may be accounted as the most important part of a teenager's life. Some are secure, eagerly awaiting their significant other to pop the question, and others cross their fingers ...  Read More »

February 15

Kylie Jenner puts the “POP” in Pop-Up Shop

Kylie Jenner puts the “POP” in Pop-Up Shop

February 15

“This is my breaking point. It's nearing 11 a.m., the store has been open for an hour, and I have been in the exact same spot in line — fou...  Read More »

Okay Ladies Now Let’s Get in a Lawsuit?

Okay Ladies Now Let’s Get in a Lawsuit?

February 15

Beyoncé awakened to startling news this past week, a twenty million copyright infringement lawsuit emerged from the estate of a deceased singer...  Read More »

The Golden City Sues the Golden-Haired Man

The Golden City Sues the Golden-Haired Man

February 6

Donald Trump’s first weeks in office have been, well, controversial to say the least. The country seems to be completely polarized- black ...  Read More »

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