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Swindling Headlines

Jon Ray, Staff Writer

September 26

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership

Everyone has an idea about gossip. It’s the telling of facts about others that may not be true. Sometimes it is the changing of the facts a “bit” to make the gossiper look better or ensnare peoples’ attention. News gossip...

A Story from another Country

Silverio González Treviño, DCHS journalism

September 25

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership

Un periodo de tiempo cultural en el cual, aprendemos acerca de una diferente cultura y al igual, ella aprende de nosotros. El simple hecho de salir de tu país e ir a uno donde hablan completamente un idioma diferente al tuyo, deja...

What Does your “Theme Song ” Say About You?

Anne Cruz

September 25

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership, Technology, Top Stories

  Music means so much more to most people than background noise. You can ask dozens of people what music means to them and get a wide range of varied responses about the topic because music is a form of self expression and the...

Judging a book by its cover isn’t what people will do now (they’ll just look at your playlist)

Mary Collins

September 25

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership, Technology, Top Stories

Can the music we listen to define who we are as a person?  If we mostly listen to It's too late to apologize are we depressed? Now a self-pity song every now and again seems to be essential in our society, but what about when you are...

Spring Break Is Broken

Cathie Vink

May 4

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership

PCB, Cancun, and Punta Cana may all be cities in different countries, but they have one aspect in common. From late February to late April, high school and college students are flocking to these destinations, but what happens...

Higher Wages for Higher Unemployment

Sean Vichinsky, Editor-in-Chief

March 23

Filed under Lives of Responsibility and Leadership, Top Stories

In 1975, it cost less than $3,000 to go to college for a year – that’s about $12,000 for all four years . Under today’s minimum wage of $7.25, one would only have to work just twenty hours a week for two years to pay that...

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