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Teachers Need to Follow the Rules, Just Like Students

Avery Colinas, Journalist June 6, 2024

Throughout the school year, students have constantly been reminded of the school rules. One of the main reminders given out almost daily is “off and away until I say.” Another reminder that is rarely...

Mental Health Amongst Students

Mental Health Amongst Students

Annalynn Mendiola, Journalist June 6, 2024

As we enter the month of May, we also enter Mental Health Awareness month. The world keeps ticking along to life–and as it moves, the amount of teenagers around the U.S with poor mental health increases....

Screenshot from an article by The Washington Post commenting inappropriately on the appearance of King Charles.

The Royal Issue

Lucy Gray, Journalist April 30, 2024

It began with a controversy behind a photo. Kate Middleton, the Princess of Wales, appeared in a photo with her three children in May of 2023 for Mother’s Day. The photo quickly rose to infamy for its...

The log in screen to the SBA test.

State-wide SBA testing, appreciated or outdated?

Ainsley Davis, Journalist/Photographer April 30, 2024

Around the clock, the tests never seem to stop. Cavelero Mid-high School recently wrapped up SBA testing for eighth-grade students.  Points were made and the question is how these tests came to be and...

Soccer player Elline Campbell practices kicking the ball, though I dont know what for. Photo courtesy of Elline Campbell.

Why soccer is not a sport

Liah Campbell, Journalist April 1, 2024

Despite popular belief, soccer is just a joke that should not be recognized as a sport. People who believe soccer is a sport have an obvious lack of judgment. In this article, follow along as I, a fan...

Me, disappointed, posing in front of posters for movies Ive never seen.

Movies Nobody Asked For

Lucy Gray, Journalist April 1, 2024

With so many new movies coming out, it’s really difficult to pick and choose what to watch and what to avoid. Luckily, I’ve made a devout list to help you with this decision. Take a look at four hot...

This is the Tesla, model x plaided edition. When the Tesla is at 100% it has the millage of 326. This Tesla is also $ 94,990.

Drawbacks of Electric Cars in Today’s Automotive World

Hannah Zimmer, Journalist March 22, 2024

Electric cars are not as environmentally friendly as we think. While electric cars offer environmental benefits, there seems to be some non useful and negative effects coming out of it. In fact, a study...

Student experiencing stress while attempting to complete absurd amount of homework.

No success for student stress

Ainsley Davis, Journalist/Photographer March 22, 2024

Despite the opinions of adults, teenagers have a lot more to their lives than what's on the surface. Students are balancing so many things on their shoulders; this list of things includes attending school...

The energy drink aisle in Tom Thumb, a popular pit stop for teens before school.

Slaying the Monster

Teagan Barnum, Journalist March 22, 2024

When walking through the halls of Cavelero, there’s always a few students cracking open cans of various energy drinks. Although the students select these beverages with the intention of improving their...

American flag in classroom (Avery Colinas)

Why the Pledge of Allegiance is Outdated

Avery Colinas, Journalist March 22, 2024

Every day, we start out the announcements with the Pledge of Allegiance. We learned this in elementary school as a requirement, and continue to do it till the end of high school. The pledge came about...

The Harry Potter titles for both book and movie combined using picture editing app Picsart.

My Top Ten Book To Film Adaptations

Andi Heininger, Journalist March 22, 2024

One of the most frustrating things as a reader is watching a film adaptation and it being very inaccurate to the book. As an avid reader myself, I’ve experienced this disappointment plenty of times....

Mike Johnsons official Speaker Of the House portrait (U.S. House Office of Photography/House Creative Services)

The Speaker of the House (And the Problem With Him)

Lucy Gray, Journalist January 22, 2024

It’s 2024, and you know what that means: Voting season! But disregarding the presidential election, what else really matters regarding politics? The one we can’t vote for, Speaker of the House, that’s...

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