Super Bowl is much more than football
The Super Bowl is just hours away.
Je Suis Charlie
Views on a topic should not be censored.
SkillsUSA week aims to increase member activity
SkillsUSA week will begin on Feb. 2 and end on Feb. 6.
Student Council receives ‘Southern Star’ award
StuCo will be presented with their award at "Super Southern Zone" on Jan. 31.
EDITORIAL: New driver’s license rules places restrictions on truant students
Ditching class can lead to unwanted consequences regarding the right to drive.

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SkillsUSA week aims to increase member activity

January 30, 2015 at 1:09 pm

SkillsUSA week will begin on Feb. 2 and end on Feb. 6.

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Super Bowl is much more than football

Super Bowl is much more than football

January 31, 2015 at 6:14 pm

The Super Bowl is just hours away.

  • Due to the implementation of Nevada's new law to prevent truancy, a student declared a habitual truant may have their license suspended anywhere from 30 days to six months.
 Photo Credit: Alexis Drevetzki
    Attendance record, please

    With over 120,000 truants in Clark County in the past year, Nevada has enacted a law that will suspend the license of habitual truants.

    January 22, 2015 at 11:26 am
  • Junior Karel Saquing practices his one arm push-ups, the final phase in the push-up progression test of calisthenic exercises. Initially he worked on weight-lifting but recently switched to calisthenics to achieve practical strength. “I’ve become more dedicated and committed. I’m better at prioritizing, and I am better at managing my time and motivating myself,” Saquing said.
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    Adopting Fitness: Meet Karel Saquing

    Junior Karel Saquing commits to exercise routines and balanced diets to steer away from unhealthy living.

    January 19, 2015 at 5:42 pm

Opinion »

While not everyone can side with Charlie Hebdo's extreme satire, everyone SHOULD be fighting with them for the freedom of expression. Photo Credit: Danijel Zekanovic

Je Suis Charlie

January 30, 2015 at 6:03 pm

Views on a topic should not be censored.

Columnists »

This kitten, along with many others is available to play with at a local pet shop. Shelters also offer the option of visitation with cute cuddly pets that are sure to make a day brighter.  Photo Credit: Alex Nedelcu

Cats: too cute to cut through

January 23, 2015 at 10:51 am

Alas, my Anatomy and Physiology class has started cat dissections. My sadness commences.

  • To the recent uproar surrounding Charlie Hebdo, I say: Je Ne Suis Pas Charlie.
Photo Credit: Summer Thomad
    Je Ne Suis Pas Charlie

    After the recent attacks of satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, there has been an international outcry of people proclaiming “Je Suis Charlie.” However, I do not stand with this statement.

    January 22, 2015 at 2:55 pm
  • My recipe for happiness: sappy poetry, glasses, fruit, sketchbook, and hand lotion.  Photo Credit: Alex Nedelcu
    New Year’s Revolution

    My personal perfect new year consists of a few specific practices.

    January 8, 2015 at 4:43 pm

Play/Taste/Hear »

After publishing their reviews for the week, Althea Gevero, Jasmine Phat, Anjelika Carson and Nikki Molina share their top picks from the arts and entertainment world. Songs, app/video games, movie trailers and videos are only among the many categories that are featured in this weekly installment.

4 Choices by 4 Voices

January 30, 2015 at 10:32 pm

This week, tap into the artistry of Japan, the realms of time travel, the horror of possessed animatronics and the bliss of a carefree lifestyle.

The Outlook »

The Outlook, Episode 31

The Outlook, Episode 31

December 19, 2014 at 6:02 pm

This is our special holiday edition of The Outlook.

  • The Outlook, Episode 30
    The Outlook, Episode 30

    In this special edition of The Outlook, we take an in-depth look at “The Hour of Code.”

    December 17, 2014 at 5:56 pm
  • The Outlook, Episode 29
    The Outlook, Episode 29

    This episode includes former student serving in military and new magnet programs.

    November 26, 2014 at 9:10 pm