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Opinion: Dear College Board

Opinion: Dear College Board

It’s 1:06 a.m. on a Monday in March and I am frantically trying to recall the names of the processes that accompany fermentation not found in glycolysis.  I haven’t left my room in three hours because a break is a royalty I do not have the right to indulge myself in....

Column: Advice from a senior to underclassmen

Column: Advice from a senior to underclassmen

There has always been a stereotype about high school, whether it will be one of the best experiences in someone’s life or the worst. The only real fact is that everyone has the choice to decide how or what they can do to make the most out of high school either by...

Column: After all, a girl can dream

Column: After all, a girl can dream

It was a Wednesday morning of the year 2015, when the usual announcement sounded on the rusty speaker in my daily 5th grade life. “Good morning ladies and gentlemen … raise your right hand over your heart ... ready, begin,” was the usual morning routine. It was spirit...

Opinion: Education should receive more financial backing

Opinion: Education should receive more financial backing

Free or nearly free college tuition is offered in at least 26 countries including Austria, Brazil, France, Germany and Mexico, according to Britannica ProCon. If this is the case for 26 countries, the United States, as one of the wealthiest nations, should be able to...

Everything you need to know about ROP classes

Everything you need to know about ROP classes

Have you ever wondered if you could take a career-centered class in high school? Taking an ROP class is your chance to explore a specific area of study and/or learning more in-depth about the field you’re interested in. What are ROP classes? ROP stands for Regional...

Controversial statues remain at Pierce College

Controversial statues remain at Pierce College

Since the widespread protests that erupted from the killing of George Floyd, statues across the country were torn down as a rise against racism.  Now, many in the campus community are looking more closely at a historical landmark installed at Pierce College in 1988. ...