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Bullies are happy?

Bullies are happy?

James Deguinon, reporter
September 9, 2015
Filed under Editorials, Showcase

Why do people have to be bullies?  Do they even have a purpose for why they are bullies?  Is it for revenge or just for a title in the school food chain? What study found that bullies have a higher self-esteem and social status, as well as lower rates of depression and social anxiety. Questionnai...

McKinley could do more to motivate students

McKinley could do more to motivate students

Katie Jones, reporter
September 9, 2015
Filed under Editorials, Showcase

Why do students come to school? Freshmen Rington Johnson said, “I come to school to learn.” There are many reason to come to school but not all of them are pressing matters in student’s minds. Miriam Kalemen, a senior said, "Skipping school is really easy to do here… McKinley’s not d...

Beyond Wonderland

Beyond Wonderland

Sarah Kim, reporter
August 31, 2015
Filed under Editorials, Showcase

Alice in Wonderland choreographed by Septime Webre is a show that will appeal to all individuals of any audience as the show is full of color and harmonious music. As the satin, red curtains opened, the show began as the audience stared in awe because of the manner in which Alice was beautifully placed ...

New year, last moments

New year, last moments

Karl Selga, reporter
August 18, 2015
Filed under Editorials, Showcase

As I say goodbye to a well needed summer vacation I also get to say hello to a new year at William Mckinley High School.   My name is Karl Selga and I am a proud senior at William Mckinley high school. This year is a very exciting year because not only is it going to be my last year, but it is th...

More School For Me

Anna Marie Manog
May 10, 2013
Filed under Editorials

All I see on every blog, instagram, or any social media is "I can’t wait '€˜til summer,"€ "2013 summer hurry up."€ or "All I will do during summer is have FUN and PARTY." I and many other students have school during the summer. It'€™s not what I expected my 2013 summer to be like. This...

Decision

Danielle Shimoda
February 7, 2013
Filed under Editorials

November 11, 2012,1 voted Feelings of joy have been emoted Finished with all this spending and campaigning Seeing ads on TV was always so annoying Even standing in line to vote was unbearable Voting had not even finished Obama pulled ahead, supporters saying it was a must And in a quick instant he leaves...

Letters to the Editor Issue 4

Various
February 7, 2013
Filed under Editorials

An issue around school and as well with the community is fighting. Too many fights have occurred already since the beginning of school until even now. Also, people are fighting about stupid stuff. Fights should really be resolved by talking it out because they might realize the reason they’re fighting...

Reflection Poems

Various
February 7, 2013
Filed under Editorials

I Am A River by Colt Dante I am a river I flow through all obstacles The vast ocean represents my goals To reach the ocean is my challenge There are many obstacles in my way Some are large, some are small For tiny petty pebbles, I easily stream through When I reach bulky boulders, the fun begins...

The Price Tag of Christmas– What will it latch on to next?

Anthony Lee
December 6, 2012
Filed under Editorials

On Christmas day, it is expected for everyone to be at home with their family, cozing snug near the fireplace. However, there are still people walking and shopping around, hustling and bustling across the streets of Walmart and other largely advertised stores. This affects the before and after of holidays....

Holiday Verses of Memories and Cheer

November 29, 2012
Filed under Editorials

Snowflake By Jin Ling Yan I am a snowflake. There are no other one like me. Carefully cascading down from the chilly sky, I settle down into a safe place. When the sun decides to come out and play, I glisten like a disco ball. Just like how you see me day by day, with a bright smile on my face....

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