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Ronald Reagan Would Be Ashamed of Today’s Republicans

By Antonio Caceres, Staff Writer

September 16, 2019

Ronald Reagan once said, “I didn’t leave the Democratic Party, the Democratic Party left me.” Fifteen years after his death, the former American president would likely be surprised with the modern version of his party. His successor, President Trump, has taken hold of the conservative movement and realigned it to his standar...

Who is Winning the US-China Trade War?

By Pranesh Kumar, Staff Writer

September 16, 2019

“China is a sleeping giant,” Napoleon Bonaparte once warned over 200 years ago. “Let her sleep, for when she wakes she will move the world.”  Over the last few years, after decades of being the leading economic power, the US has been facing increasing competition from China on maintaining its economic and political domin...

School Shootings Are the New Normal

School Shootings Are the New Normal

September 11, 2019

Only two weeks into school and the question lying in the recess of most minds was posed: what would the...

Save the Turtles

Save the Turtles

September 11, 2019

Among the youth of today's world, society is witnessing a phenomenon that is quite simple in essence...

Is Our Library Really a Library?

Is Our Library Really a Library?

September 5, 2019

The Quartz Hill High School library, when compared to many other sites on campus, stands out as one of...

Free College: Reasonable or Unrealistic?

Free College: Reasonable or Unrealistic?

May 8, 2019

In our current day and age, education is considered to be a silver bullet. With a good education, it is po...

Is It Worth It to Go to Coachella?

By Tyler Sinness, Staff Writer

April 24, 2019

Joshua trees, fishnets, and a giant ferris wheel. Based in Palm Springs, California, Coachella is known as one of the most glamorous, celebrity-studded music festivals in the world. Because of its proximity to Los Angeles, Coachella attracts some of the most famous singers, actors, and celebrities, which in turn brings thousands ...

Quartz Hill Needs to Act Like It’s Being Evaluated Daily

By Mars Gifford, Staff Writer

April 12, 2019

For the past couple of weeks in a number of my classes, my peers and I have been urged by our teachers to be actively engaged, show understanding, and keep our campus clean. One teacher even made a joke, asking that my class of seniors look out for the underclassmen’s behavior and encourage them to act with maturity and d...

Why Winter is Better Than Summer

Why Winter is Better Than Summer

April 12, 2019

Now that summer is just around the bend, it is time to bring back the most timeless debate in the boo...

Should the Voting Age Be Reduced to 16?

Should the Voting Age Be Reduced to 16?

March 27, 2019

In the wake of political events such as the Parkland shooting, the youth in America have become far more...

Is Listening to Music Bad for Students?

Is Listening to Music Bad for Students?

March 9, 2019

There are often times during class when we feel stressed out, unable to focus, or too tired to conce...

Pisces are Superior: Signed, a Pisces

Pisces are Superior: Signed, a Pisces

February 25, 2019

When it comes to astrological signs, some hold onto them with fervor, fully convinced that every secr...

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