Circle Vision

Discrimination needs to end

Abbriel Hadley, 21st Century Journalism

February 8, 2016


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Depression, aggression, confusion, and amusement. These are emotions that we experience when we discriminate others, or get discriminated. Judging others isn’t okay, and we shouldn’t tolerate it. We have all done it before. We put others down because we don't necessarily agree with what a pers...

AP, please

Hayley Koontz, Co-Student Life Editor

February 4, 2016


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If you had the opportunity to better yourself and your community through education, would you? Advanced Placement (AP) courses help students reach their full academic potential. Students take AP classes for reasons ranging from the challenge of taking a more difficult class to earning college credit....

Freedom Lunch

Freedom Lunch

Claudia Chaparro, Voice Editor

January 12, 2016


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Open lunch would be amazing to implement as part of the school lunch schedule. We could pick what to eat, but one could run home if they needed something so you don’t miss class. It also just gives a moment to de stress and gives students a break to just chill. One of the main arguments for open...

Microsoft Word tops Google Docs

Microsoft Word tops Google Docs

Nick Bland, Sports Editor

December 4, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Voice

Using Google Docs is annoying and difficult to get use compared to Microsoft in terms of writing, editing, and designing for a complex paper. Why did we need to switch to Google Docs? Everyone who uses Word at school is use to it and they have no problem using it for an assignment. According to Director...

Student section gets bigger every game

Claudia Chaparro, Voice Editor

November 16, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Uncategorized, Voice

The student section is a big part of our athletic department. They encourage people to show up to games and support our athletes. There is a student’s section for most sports but not all, and a few students who run a student section Twitter account get information to students. There are limitations. ...

StuCo catches the blame

Claudia Chaparro, Voice Editor

November 16, 2015


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Ashleigh Johnson Students aren’t aware of the activities StuCo had to prepare for homecoming week. They put in hard work but many of their ideas got shut down by administration like the DJ they wanted for the homecoming dance. They also had their seminar  taken away which they used for plann...

StuCo catches the blame

Claudia Chaparro, Opinion Editor

November 6, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Voice

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Sexism: Not only against women

Lane Coulter, 21st Century Journalism

April 27, 2015


Filed under Voice

According to Wikipedia, the definition of sexism says it’s typically against women, but wouldn’t that be sexism? Sexism isn’t always against women. In some cases it’s against men because the women are the ones who egg it on. Men have to treat women with respect and generosity, when some women...

Telephone troubled teens

Hayley Koontz, 21st Century Journalism

April 27, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Voice

We’ve all been tempted to do it. It’s painfully easy to pull out a phone to pass the time texting during school. Smartphones can easily sidetrack us in class. Cell phone use throughout the school day is a hot topic for most students and teachers. I love my phone, but during class time I believe...

Female sexism still exists today

Stellar Knapp, 21st Century Journalism

April 27, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Uncategorized, Voice

The definition of sexism is prejudice, stereotyping, or discrimination, typically against women, on the basis of sex, according to google. Sexism is a major problem in society, especially for women. In public schools girls are taught that they can’t wear certain clothes such as yoga pants because...

Solutions for lunch room problems need to be established

Colten Penner, 21st Century Journalism

March 26, 2015


Filed under Showcase, Voice

Chaos and frustration exist in the lunch room. I think that there should be more microwaves, more a la carte items, and less naughty language between students. The first reason why the lunch room is hectic is because there are not enough microwaves. Students have to wait in long lines to warm up their...

Perfect is impossible

Aliya Borchers, 21st Century Journalism

March 10, 2015


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Photoshop has become an unrealistic standard that everyone feels they need to meet. It has affected girls and boys of all ages in many ways that need to be heard. I know I’m not the only one that walks around in the halls and gets extreme anxiety when someone laughs or whispers behind you. You suddenly...

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