Written by Emily Powers It is no secret that social media is the modern way to communicate and one of the main platforms we use for everything we do. Despite certain benefits, if you look at social media from a mental health perspective, there are many concerns that arise. Addiction is a combination of two … Continue reading Break the addiction of social media
Written by Sidney Harney With all the stress and chaos of the start of school, many students are now looking forward to winter Break and vacations. The locations listed below are for every type of vacation you want to go on. You can go skiing, tan on the beach or experience holiday traditions around the … Continue reading Winter vacation spots
Written by Sam Brower Over the Labor Day weekend, a fire broke out aboard a dive boat in Santa Barbara around 3:30 a.m. The boat, named Conception, caught fire about 20 yards off the north shore of Santa Cruz island. The cause of the blaze remains under investigation. Five crew members who were getting ready … Continue reading Conception boat fire
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Written by Mackenzie Devlin Teenagers may think that cigarettes are worse than juuling, but that is not the case. The level of nicotine in one pod is the same amount of nicotine in an entire pack of cigarettes. The nicotine chemical is very addictive and very toxic as well. Juuling may not cause any immediate … Continue reading Truth about juuling
Written by Lindsey Gietl Ready or not, it is the beginning of the school year! Sadly, summer is over and the time for learning is here. As the days grow shorter and the classes get harder, stress will likely stack up. So to help, here are 20 ways to manage your school year stress! Take … Continue reading School year stress relief
Video by Priya Patel If you are excited about this football season, check out the 2019 football preview including interviews from players and Coach Gully.