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Digital AP Exams: Beneficial or Detrimental?

Digital AP Exams: Beneficial or Detrimental?

Symphany Wilson, Staff Writer May 11, 2021

The upcoming 2021 AP Exams will be administered at Cam High in school on paper and pencil, as well as in school and at home for digital testing. Digital testing comes with a guide encompassing the digital...

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To Kill A Mockingbird: Educational or Insensitive?

Sean Diswe, Staff Writer April 28, 2021

Schools across the United States have been determining whether or not to remove books like To Kill a Mockingbird and Huckleberry Finn from the district's core reading list. These books have been found...

Amazon Package sitting on the porch.

Is Amazon Unethical or Just Efficient?

Lucas Flansburgh, Staff Writer April 26, 2021

Amazon is one of the most important and most efficient companies in the world, as highlighted by its success through the COVID-19 pandemic. However constant complaints and stories from former employees...

The Stinger Rewind: Why Distance Learning Is Not So Bad

The Stinger Rewind: Why Distance Learning Is Not So Bad

Caroline Carbajal, Staff Writer April 19, 2021

Distance learning is something almost every American student has encountered over this past year. For some of us, this is our first time ever learning online. I have been less stressed and happier than...

The Stinger Rewind: Finding The Good From 2020

The Stinger Rewind: Finding The Good From 2020

Liliana Ruiz, Staff Writer April 12, 2021

2020 was one crazy year. It had many ups and downs that not many of us would have even predicted. But, we pushed through, and we made it to the finish line. This last year has been one for the books....

The Stinger Rewind: Drive-In Movies, And How They Are Suddenly Popular Again

The Stinger Rewind: Drive-In Movies, And How They Are Suddenly Popular Again

Evan Tree, Staff Writer April 12, 2021

With COVID-19 still running rampant across the world, economies across the world are starting to pick up to where they left off. But despite COVID-19 crippling every most small businesses it touches, specific...

The Stinger Rewind: COVID-19: The Pandemic That Caused My Self-Growth

The Stinger Rewind: COVID-19: The Pandemic That Caused My Self-Growth

Sean Diswe, Staff Writer April 12, 2021

2020 has been a very long year, and there are many things that happened that could hold you back from having a good year--the biggest one being the pandemic, but that also came with many unexpected opportunities. The...

The novel Huckleberry Finn has been the subject of much controversy due to its legacy in schools and the use of the

Taught Or Not: Should Huckleberry Finn Continue Being Read In School?

Liliana Ruiz, Staff Writer January 11, 2021

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, written by Mark Twain, is widely recognized as a classic novel. It is taught in English classes throughout thousands of schools all across the world. However, The Adventures...

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The Storming of Capitol Hill: A Nearly Fatal Blow to Democracy

Shahbano Raza, Managing Editor January 7, 2021

Although I was expecting political and social unrest on Wednesday--due to the inevitable chaos that would ensue following Democratic domination of the Senate--I never fathomed that violent protesters would...

Should The SAT Be Eliminated From College Decisions?

Should The SAT Be Eliminated From College Decisions?

Lucas Flansburgh, Staff Writer December 17, 2020

This year, more colleges than ever have decided not to consider SAT scores in their admission process, including both the UC and CSU systems. This has raised the question of whether SAT scores should be...

Due to a lack of adequate supply during the COVID-19 pandemic, nurses and healthcare professionals have been forced to deal with a PPE(Personal Protective Equipment) shortage.

Are Our Medical Workers Safe?

Eliana Bornhauser, Staff Writer May 4, 2020

The world has been occupied with the pandemic spread among all of us for weeks on end, and between social distancing, quarantine, and proper hygiene; we should continually be asking: What do our medical...

Guantanamo Bay, despite being recognized as a CIA black site, is known for inhumane treatment of prisoners.

Guantanamo Bay: A Direct Violation of Ethical Treatment

Tobias Christiansen, Staff Writer March 9, 2020

Guantanamo Bay, a naval base classified as a Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) black site, is located in the Guantanamo providence at the southeastern end of Cuba, and it is most commonly known for its...

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