Category: News

Massive protests in Belarus following their presidential election

Protests in Belarus reveal strained relations between Russia and Europe Protests have been breaking out in Belarus following Alexander Lukashenko’s claim to the presidency for his sixth term, securing a spot as Europe’s longest-serving leader. Belarus held their presidential election on August 9, 2020. Lukashenko was inaugurated in a secret ceremony on September 23, 2020, […]

Happy Indigenous Peoples’ Day (or did you forget?)

Resources: Indigenous Peoples’ Day vs. Columbus Day Tribal land lines Sovereign land (go to pg. 3) Forced sterilization of Native Americans Missing and Murdered Indigenous Woman (MMIW) movement Census racial economic statistics Indigenous Peoples’ and biodiversity Native/Indigenous Art: Bobby Sanchez (Poetry) Radmilla Cody (Music) Joan Hill (Painting) Supaman (Dancing and rap) Sherman Alexie (Novelist)

Class of 2020 College Map

To access the full interactive map, click on the link below. Make sure to also view students who are taking other career directions besides college below. WORKFORCE: Maria Arvizu Segura, AJ Jackson (Marines), Joshua Ordaz Molina, Justin Santiago GAP YEAR: Dal Deih Cing, Damisi Aderju PROFESSIONAL ATHLETE: Jules Van Kempen If you do not […]

The Science Behind COVID 19

The novel coronavirus outbreak of 2019 and 2020 is a respiratory virus that is proven to spread primarily through droplets generated from the coughs or sneezes of an infected person. COVID 19 is just one strain of coronaviruses which are a large family that affect both people and animals. There is no evidence at this […]

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