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Late Work: Helper or Harmer?

January 1, 2021

Recently at Skyline High School teachers changed the late work policy. Many teachers have agreed to only allow late work up until one week after an assignment is due. Other teachers have decided to change...

The Exorcist

The Exorcist
The Best Horror Movie to Watch
October 29, 2020

Halloween is coming up and you know what that means, horror movies! Halloween has been around for 2,000 years and the first ever horror movie was The House of The Devil in 1896. One of the best horror...

Are Long Songs Dead?

October 5, 2020

Music, the one thing that entertains people more than books and movies. They have great melodies, they make you smile, they make you cry, but above all, they make you feel good. In recent years, music...

Meet The Staff: Joey Provencio

October 5, 2020

Joey Provencio is a new staff member for West Side Story at Skyline High School and I decided to take the opportunity to interview him and get to know him more as a student, person, and as a member of...

Morrison’s Menu: Mahana Fresh Review

Morrison’s Menu: Mahana Fresh Review
September 28, 2020

As a man who was raised on the staple food of cheese burgers and beef stew, the idea of eating at a place based on healthy eating and fresh food didn’t honestly sound all that great to me. But the saying...

How The Government Botched The COVID-19 Response. A Short Analysis

May 14, 2020

COVID-19 cases are rapidly rising around the globe, and that’s taken over all media outlets rightfully so. It’s a novel virus causing significant illness and death, we have very little knowledge about...

What Online Learning Feels Like

Nyele Alvarez
April 28, 2020

Some people may not feel  this at all, but I feel overwhelmed, unmotivated, and not focused. A few classes I got done no problem. They make their instructions clear and easy to follow. But then there...

Senior Year: Lost in Quarantine

April 15, 2020

While COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc in the United States, seniors all over the country are finding themselves lost and feeling forgotten. Our senior year was taken away from us in a few days...

Volunteering during COVID

Senior Airman Devin Litton, 22nd Operations Support Squadron aircrew flight equipment journeyman, uses a sewing machine, July 18, 2014, at McConnell Air Force Base, Kan. Sewing is one of several skills an AFE Airmen must be proficient with for repairing life rafts and other emergency components. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class John Linzmeier)
April 10, 2020

Even though the country is still stuck at home, there are many ways to help others in this time of need. Most importantly, if you’re going to go in public, practice good hygiene and follow the CDC’s...

Transgender females banned from sports

April 6, 2020

Lesley Moreno  An unpleasant  bill to terminate transgender females from participating in womens sports has passed on February 26, 2020. Barbara Ehardt told east Idaho news “Boys and men will not...

SweetHearts 2020

SweetHearts 2020
February 26, 2020

Two weeks. Two weeks before the date that we set, “German Club will be having the sweethearts dance on Feb. 8, get your tickets now!”  I have to change plans and tell people I will be busy for...

Strict Parents

Strict Parents
Technology Enables Helicopter Parents
February 26, 2020

Apps like Life 360 are impacting family relationships. Life 360 and other apps like Verizon’s Companion are tracking apps. Parents can see where teens are at all times, what speed they are driving, and...

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