It’s difficult to see the bright side when people are surrounded by the same issues - unemployment, eviction notices, stressful online learning, and limited social engagement.
The Covid-19 pandemic is dampening the holiday season.
Students Study Cultural Diffusion, Assimilation, Globalization in AP Human Geography Sophomores begin a new unit based on cultural processes, patterns through interesting activities
Kelly’s AP HUG class learns about the various influences among human and cultural attributes.
PODCAST: Girls’ Safety: The Dangers of Las Vegas The harsh reality of what females encounter in our community
Listen to firsthand experiences, escape tactics, how violent counters happen, common ploys criminals use and ways to be aware of the environment in this episode.
VIB: This Weekend in Las Vegas 11/6/20 Here are three fun things to do this weekend while waiting for the ballots to be counted.
Try out some new things like sculpting, learning a new sport, or heading out to the movies this weekend.
Get a Taste of Earth at ‘Feng Cha Teahouse’ Discover a new world of flavor with a variety of natural, hand-picked teas
A comfy cafe serving items with raw ingredients derived from the Earth.
Despite all the proof scientists and doctors have, people still refuse to wear masks. Somehow politics beat the facts, which leads to the root of anti-mask protests.
Respiratory students study systems within the body As sophomores take a closer look at human anatomy, they build a foundation for future careers
Respiratory Therapy students are going into the second unit of the year: anatomy and physiology, and focusing on the location and functions of cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems along with diseases, disorders, and conditions of the body.
After talented basketball athlete, Bianca Kingham had been badly injured, she changed her career focus to the medical field and began volunteering.
Here are five facts about suicide and depression in teens to help spread awareness.
A virtual welcome back for English teacher Cathy Sabol She has returned to Southwest CTA after two years of retirement
Sabol returns to Southwest CTA for her 26th year of teaching English.