by JOANNA LEI
A common belief that people hold is that a university is only a place for educational growth, but they do not realize that it is also a haven for self-development.
by EMILY LAW & ERIN QUAN
Students should pursue a college education as it advocates a faster development of useful life skills alongside furthering knowledge for one’s targeted career and ultimately results in better futuristic outcomes.
by ANNA MINASYAN
“You are my other me. If I do harm to you, I do harm to myself. If I love and respect you, I love and respect myself.”—“En Lak’ech” Ancient Mayan poem
by LAUREN KIM
I have always hated wearing eyeglasses. I grew to despise wearing glasses because of how dorky I would look in pictures or because I could not drink hot beverages without my glasses fogging up.
by LYDIA GEE
Since my youth, I have always had an interest in stationery, developing an early admiration for card-making, scrap-booking and crafting. While activities began as recreation, an outlet to relieve stress, it was not until high school that I began to appreciate the art and beauty of calligraphy.
by KAITLYN DO
With the recent launching of SpaceX’s self-landing Falcon 9 rocket, government agencies and private companies around the world look to the sky with anticipation for innovations in the space industry.
by AKINA NISHI
With the planet Earth and its valuable resources deteriorating, we must realize the revolutionary implications of space science and encourage interest among our generation.
Dear Spartan Community,
During Homecoming, I realized that I was one of the questions on the Spartan Scavenger Hunt as many students asked me to name the seven positions I held at Schurr High School. I could only name six, and Mrs. Montanez-Ramirez reminded me that I was a student.
Despite journalism’s increasingly unpopular reputation in some circles, it has played a significant role in informing the public and is crucial for a thriving democracy because it helps people make their own judgments about a wide spectrum of issues.
by STYVALIZH URIBE
As celebrities and the media allow the stigma of drugs to seem socially acceptable, it essentially undermines the political campaign, the “war on drugs,” as society neglects the severity of its problem.
by LAUREN KIM & KATRINA LIN
In today’s culture, people are predisposed to believe that material wealth leads to happiness; however, what is perceived as happiness is actually just satisfaction.