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Justice Patricia Guerrero

Erin Price '24 May 9, 2022

In 2022, we hope to see many women achieving new heights. One woman, Justice Patricia Guerrero was elevated to the California Supreme Court on March 28, 2022. She is California’s first Latina state judge....

Johnson and Johnson Vaccine Temporary Pause

Grace Kaczmarek '23, Staff Writer June 2, 2021

As things begin to open up more and more as more vaccines are distributed, there was a pause on the Johnson & Johnson vaccine due to health concerns. It was reported Six people out of about 6.8 million...

Rise in Anti-Asian Hate Crimes in the U.S.

Maya Weaver '21, Staff Writer June 2, 2021

The first Asian immigrants to the United States came to its shores as early as the late 1500s, overwhelmed by the smell of the salty brine of the waters they voyaged across and the tantalizing pursuit...

COVID-19 Vaccinations on the Rise

Hannah Werner '23, Staff Writer June 2, 2021

The Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine is now available to anyone 12 and older, and the Moderna and Johnson and Johnson vaccines are currently open to anyone 18 and older. The Pfizer vaccine is  95% effective against...

State of Minnesota v Derek Michael Chauvin

Evelyn Sorg '24, Staff Writer June 2, 2021

“I can’t breathe.” On May 25th, 2020, an African-American man named George Floyd uttered those words when he was arrested after allegedly using a counterfeit $20 bill in a grocery store. He died...

History Repeating Itself Far Too Often: Continued Police Brutality in the U.S.

Angela McKinzie ‘21, News Editor May 25, 2021

May 25, 2020. The day George Floyd was murdered beneath Derek Chauvin’s knee. From this day forward, the U.S. was thrown into protests that called attention to police brutality and the fact that it can...

The Second Impeachment Trial of President Donald Trump

Evelyn Sorg '24, Staff Writer April 10, 2021

On January 13th, the United States House of Representatives voted 232-197 to impeach, for the second time, now former President Trump. The former president was charged with “Incitement of Insurrection.”...

Biden-Harris Inauguration: One For the History Books

Haley Moreland ‘22, Assistant News Editor April 9, 2021

       On January 20th, 2021, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris were officially sworn in as president and vice president of the United States. The ceremony had limited in-person attendees, but was broadcasted...

Racism: The Real Virus

Michaela William ‘24, Staff Writer April 9, 2021

The coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has upended millions of lives.  People have lost their lives and loved ones to this terrible virus.  However, another virus has infected people.  Racism, more...

COVID-19 Pandemic Update

Grace Kaczmarek ‘23 , Staff Writer April 8, 2021

Since the lockdown began in March of 2020, there have been significant changes and updates on the status of different vaccines and hopes of returning to normal life eventually. Currently, some states in...

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