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Farmers' Harvest

I needed control. I needed to take back my life and figure out how to change this pattern, to find my way out of the abyss I had fallen into. In my twisted and frail state of mind, I decided the best way to cope with my reality was to stop eating altogether.

Column: Starving for hope

Andrea Plascencia, Staff Writer
January 23, 2020
Sophomore contortionist Kiera Conner focuses on balancing on her elbows.

Twisting into a new hobby

Anna Velazquez, Campus Life Editor
January 16, 2020
Label it however you want to, but I am proud of who I am.

Column: Turning hate to love

Anna Velazquez, Campus Life Editor
January 9, 2020
Junior Keith Coleman focuses on writing lyrics while listening to music.

Inspiring a new generation

Anna Velazquez, Campus Life Editor
January 8, 2020
Orchestra director Bill Zauner and wife Madison Zauner take photos in their brunch mobile rebuild two days before their wedding. Courtesy of Bill Zauner. Courtesy of Bill Zauner.

Tuning cars as fine as strings

Lucas Martinez, Staff Writer
December 12, 2019
A close up view of the blue flower mural painted by senior Gloria Montellano.

Blooming into an artist

Andrea Plascencia, Staff Writer
December 10, 2019
One of the familys five cows stands near the hay and waits to be fed.

Moo-ving forward

Andrea Plascencia, Staff Writer
December 3, 2019
I am included and treated normally, instead of alienated and put on a pedestal for entertainment.

Column: Let me be normal

Lizeth Godinez, Staff Writer
November 14, 2019
Geometry teacher Samuel Hawke strikes a pose while running during the Disney World Marathon in Orlando, Florida on Sunday, Jan. 13, 2019. Courtesy of Samuel Hawke.

Running for gold

Clarise Tujardon, Opinions Editor
November 11, 2019
Blake Hollowell completes vocal exercises into the microphone on Thursday, Oct. 10.

Voicing happiness

Alexandra Canizales, Staff Writer
November 7, 2019
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