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Are Millennials going soft?

Damaryz Aguilar, Staff writer

October 5, 2017

The economic recovery has not been kind to millennials. They make less money than previous generations and they are more likely to be unemployed and have no savings.  The opinion about some millennials is they are spoiled and laz...

The Problem With Modern Day Feminism

Nathan Morris, News Staff Writer

September 29, 2017

Equality for all has been sought after for a millennium. Recently however, the stance on equality has shifted between social groups. Extremists have taken footholds in these activist groups, tainting their name. The idea of eq...

Standardized Testing Figured Out?

Isaac Serrano, Sports editor

September 27, 2017

For the time Oak Hills High School has been open, it quickly formed the reputation of being a top school in the HUSD in academics and sports just about every year. With dominance on the sports grounds and excellence in the classroom...

Cherish The Educator

Yuri Cain, Editor In Chief

September 21, 2017

Teachers are the building blocks for our future adults. As much as people may hate to think that school and teachers are actually needed, they are. Without teachers the world would be full of idiots, harsh to say but it’s true. T...

Can Girls Really Do Anything Boys Can?

Natalia Sabatino, Staff writer

September 15, 2017

Equality is defined as a state of being equal. We as Americans have the right to equality stated in the Declaration of Independence which is our country's foundation. How equal are we really? Some people think that there is not ...

Hello yellow

Kaitlynn Koppenhaver, Editor in Chief

September 13, 2017

A recent trend on social media may be as plain as one might think, a color, specifically the color yellow. From sunflowers to clothing and everything bright in between, this color has completely blown up this summer. This brig...

Did We Forget 9/11?

September 11, 2017

The start of something new

Kaitlynn Koppenhaver, Editor in Chief

May 10, 2017

Every year we see changes in our own high school and the community we have within the school, this year these changes improved our school and many of the events that took place will be remembered long after summer vacation. Thi...

Stereotypical Coachella

Yuri Cain, Editor In Chief

April 21, 2017

Coachella has been around since 1999, and now it is one of the largest festivals known in the United States. Celebrities from different career backgrounds, whether it be models or singers, all come and socialize under the hot sun...

Ripped clothing trend

Kaitlynn Koppenhaver, Editor in Chief

April 7, 2017

Kanye West is a musician and a well known clothing designer, has been known to produce clothing that has a ripped and torn look from his brand Yeezy. This distressed look has been all over social media as well as runways and hu...

DIY Prom Dresses: Seniors Making Their Own Gowns for Their Special Night

Ximena Guzman, Writer

April 3, 2017

Prom is coming soon, and all any girl can think about is finding the perfect gown. Whether it’s a fitted mermaid style dress or a big, poofy Cinderella gown, every girl is sure to find a dress that she loves. But of course, ...

Cultural Appropriation

Yuri Cain, Editor In Chief

March 27, 2017

Recently there has been a lot of discussion about cultural appropriation, but most people don’t even know what it is, rather who is doing it. Cultural appropriation is when one culture “steals” or makes fun of another culture...

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