High Life

Gooooood Morning Jackrabbits!

Gooooood Morning Jackrabbits!

Madeline Milton, Arts and Culture Editor

November 6, 2019

Missing the Class of 2019

Melissa De La Cruz, Staff Writer

November 6, 2019

If it hasn’t been said already, then I’ll be the first to say it: this school year is extremely different compared to last year. However, one thing that has especially impacted me has been the absence of alumni. It is uncertain how I got so close to them, but I know for a fact that it is definit...

13 Reasons (More or Less) Why Season Three is Different

Jailyn Lewis, Opinion Editor

October 11, 2019

The Netflix drama, 13 Reasons Why, was released in late August of this year. Season two ended with the aftermath of Tyler’s school shooting attempt, and season three picked up after the incident eight months later. While the two previous seasons focused on the main character of the show, Hannah, season...

Oh, Strap!

Oh, Strap!

Paloma Murillo, News Editor

October 10, 2019

The Problem With PE

The Problem With PE

Madeline Milton, Staff Writer

October 10, 2019

As obesity rates in the U.S. are rising, it is important that we exercise. As teenagers are constantly undergoing stress and life changes, exercise is extremely beneficial and should be encouraged. Harvard Health Publishing said in an article that exercise releases feel-good endorphins in the brain that im...

Food Fight

Reymar Santos, Staff Writer

October 10, 2019

As a student, I recognize the amount of food wasted during lunch and nutrition; some food is just left on school benches. What if the food was better? How much food will be conserved and not thrown away or half-eaten? I think we should look into fresh and better meals for students and faculty alike....

How Are Nazis Still a Thing?

John Henry Dy, Staff Writer

June 14, 2019

There’s an absurd number of Neo-Nazis in the United States today, something that just shouldn’t be possible. If they were all the grandchildren or great-grandchildren of Nazis who escaped Ger- many after the war ended and successfully sneaked into the Americas, then it would make a littl...

Ready for the Real World?

Liz Rico, News Editor

June 14, 2019

This week, I and many other seniors will be given a diploma and moving on into whatever kind of life we want to live. It is up to us to determine if we will continue education, have jobs, or just do nothing. I’ve been waiting for the moment to finally graduate and have my life set. But as...

Senior Appreciation

Melissa De La Cruz, Staff Writer

June 14, 2019

At last, we have come to the end of this school year! Congratulations to all the students that have made it, but more importantly, con- gratulations to the seniors who have come so far and even now, are still continu- ing to go even further as they take their next big step in life. This school...

YOU DON”T OWN ME!

Melissa De La Cruz, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019

Everyone is their own person. This is what I have told myself my whole life. No one belongs to anyone. This is what my family has told me. However as I grow up, I am starting to be unsure of what I have been taught. The relationships I have seen throughout my life have been quite interesting, but what has ...

Winter Has Come Again

Judas Noboa, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019

Okay so, the final season of Game of Thrones is here! Not really, but it’s coming April 14, so it’s basically here. There are lots of theories about the end: the Night King prevails and everyone dies, Daenerys goes crazy and burns everyone, or Cersei goes crazy and burns everyone - the list goes...

Too Close For Comfort?

Syanne Patton, Staff Writer

March 22, 2019

In my opinion friendships only grow when you are close to each other, whether it may be physically or mentally. Society has made closeness an uncomfortable sanctum for friendship. In other words, people think that being physically and mentally close to someone means that they are bound to be together r...