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Colleges should consider rigor of high schools during application process

Colleges should consider rigor of high schools during application process

Kate Hatch, Staff Writer

April 13, 2014


Filed under Opinion

Amador is known for being a high-achieving school with successful students. These qualities don’t come easy though – high standards have to be maintained. The curriculum at Amador proves to be more challenging compared to other schools. Students are told that having AmadorValleyHigh School on...

Innocent selfies turned marketing ploys

Innocent selfies turned marketing ploys

Vickie Ma, A&E Editor

April 13, 2014


Filed under Opinion

David Ortiz may have accomplished the rarest of feats the day the World Champions Red Sox visited the White House: snapping a selfie with President Barrack Obama, quickly activating change in Washington. Boston Red Sox’s “Big Papi” almost cost the entire nation its chances to take selfies with...

Should the NFL use Super Bowl to try to affect legislation?

Should the NFL use Super Bowl to try to affect legislation?

Austin Kim, Staff Writer

March 3, 2014


Filed under Opinion

Senate Bill 1062, which allows businesses in Arizona the ability to deny people rights on the grounds of the business owner's religious beliefs, has cast Arizona into the national spotlight. The National Football League has now taken interest in the matter. The 49th annual Super Bowl is supposed to be ...

School bathrooms conflict turns to serious scandal

School bathrooms conflict turns to serious scandal

Sophia Holbrook, Staff Writer

January 28, 2014


Filed under Opinion

Everyone has some kind of struggle, whether it be small or large. The girl whose parents are divorced, or the boy who works two jobs after school to help his family put food on the table. No matter what it may be, everyone is part of the same species, the same human race. In our generation, we often...

Thanksgiving meaning lost amid Black Friday chaos

Thanksgiving meaning lost amid Black Friday chaos

Kate Hatch, Staff Writer

January 28, 2014


Filed under Opinion

Thanksgiving is the one day of the year completely dedicated to being thankful. However, at 12 a.m. of that night, the world turns into a chaotic, greedy mess known as Black Friday. It seems every year Black Friday starts earlier and earlier, cutting more into the Thanksgiving holiday. Not only do...

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