• Are you interested in showing of you Spanish skills? The National Spanish Exam is $6 in Mrs.Herrera's room in K136. The last day to register is January 31 with NO penalties. The test will be April 3rd-4th in the DHS Library.

  • Tabernacle will be moved to EVERY Tuesday from 3:15-4:30pm in the West Seminar room. There will be free food and free Jesus!

  • Attention all seniors! Tickets for the All-Night Bowling Party will go on sale January 29-February 1 for $55. CASH ONLY!!

Personal Column: Escaping abuse

February 14, 2012

Filed under Opinions, Personal Columns

Fear. Fear was in my eyes, my mind, and at that exact moment, fear was everywhere in sight. I saw my mother standing there frightened and shaking. She had blood everywhere. I didn’t know what to do. I got up and walk...

Editorial: Zeros are Prohibited policy gives students excuse to be late

October 14, 2011

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Students "A" and "B" both have a major assignment due in their English class. Student A stayed up late, worked hard and turned in their own Mona Lisa. Student B decided to blow off the assignment, watched some television an...

Column: Sister reminisces near death experience of sibling

September 9, 2011

Filed under Opinions, Personal Columns

Fear. Unimaginable, unbearable fear was all my mind could process. I stood shaking and sobbing as I watched my worst nightmare happen before my eyes. I kept saying to myself, “She’s not dead. She’s not dead; I’m too young for a dead sister.” Laura and I had never been the sisters you see in the movies. We were...

Erika Torres Personal Column: Those with disabilities have feelings to

December 16, 2010

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My sister Carolina, is 26 years old and she's the most loving person I know. Like everyone else she has feelings too. Having a sibling with a disability isn't easy. Others do not understand that just like any other young adult,...

STARS is brightening up the school

October 13, 2010

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To the right to the right, everybody walk and talk to the right. It sounds like a song. But it is in fact just one part of the new program being used at the high school this year Staying to the right in the halls, catch a...