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Then and only then

June 13, 2017 11:48am | Jose Mata

I’ve suffered from anxiety for my whole life now. It can be tough and it’s a complete inconvenience at times, but it’s something that I’ve had to learn to accept and deal with. One thing that really bothers me is that people do not believe […]

Why are students more focused about passing rather than learning?

June 13, 2017 11:38am | Henry Gonzalez

As the school year comes to an end, students are scrambling to fix their grades. It is obvious that the students put more effort into passing or getting good grades than taking in the material taught by their teachers. Students are reminded constantly that their […]

Transgender students and bathroom use

June 9, 2017 12:28pm | Karina Morales with Rickey Mitchell

I walked in the bathroom when I saw a girl give another female a confused look that seemed to question her presence. The other girl just washed her hands and continued on with her day. Not a word was said, but the look said it […]

Does fashion matter?

June 9, 2017 12:12pm | Laura Soto

When you hear the word fasion, you might think of tall blonde models walking the runway, brands that cost thousands of dollars or movies like The devil Wears Prada.The stereotypical view on fashion is that it is an artificial thing. However, fashion is about way more […]

The hypocrisy of teachers and deadlines

June 9, 2017 12:03pm | Leslie Vazquez

Hard-working students sacrifice their free time to turn in homework on time. They stay up late, losing sleep to work on essays, complete projects, and study for tests. They turn down friends, family and social media. All for what? To end up with a D […]

Why do students need tardies for lunch?

June 8, 2017 12:31pm | Jena Howlett

Most students have seen it happen or it has had it happen to them. They’re walking to a counselor or to take a test in the math office just as the bell rings on their lunch period. They are forced to get a tardy slip. […]

Is college the only option for seniors?

June 8, 2017 11:38am | Alexis Alvarez

For many twelfth graders, senior year is where some of the most important decisions of their lives might be made. But just how much are kids forced into a future they’re not sure about? At Curie, the pressure for seniors to have a plan post […]