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Get Out The Vote!

Teresa Roblero, Editor-In-Chief

November 5, 2018

It has always been important for students to vote because ultimately these decisions will affect their lives and future generations. Especially during this political climate, each individual should be empowered to use their voice...

KavaNAH

Teresa Roblero, Editor-In-Chief

November 5, 2018

As of October 5, 2018, Brett Kavanaugh becoming the newest member of the Supreme Court has made him a catalyst of division among many groups of people in America. After being nominated by President Donald Trump he has been accuse...

Music is in the Air at Summer Festivals

Alynette Navarro, Editor

June 4, 2018

From Indio,California to New York City, artists with different genres of music come together to perform at some of the biggest music festivals across the country. These events include Coachella, Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo,Firefly,...

Looking Beyond

Ilse Cruz and Leonela Joaquin

June 4, 2018

As senior year rolls by, many english teachers construct a senior project in which many graduating students create depending on their future line of career.   Apart from discovering what the students are most passionate abo...

Fashion In Reverse

April Perez, Editor

June 4, 2018

In the world of fashion, modern popular culture considers every decade to be an “era” of specific styles of clothing. They are filled with the trends from seasonal clothing to dazzling accessories and provide an amazing amount o...

Love, Simon Provides a Fresh Perspective on the Rainbow

Leila Luis, Reporter

June 4, 2018

The film Love, Simon is about what every teenager who identifies him or herself part of the LGBTQ+ community goes through by “coming out of the closet” or opening up about their sexuality. Seventeen year old Simon Spier t...

Other Options Besides College

Kimberly Santos, Editor

June 4, 2018

After high school, there’s a decision to make considering one’s future. Options vary from heading straight to a four year university to not going to college at all. In between, there’s the option of taking a gap year, wo...

Every Second Counts

Anjanette Tadiaman, Editor

June 4, 2018

The Oxnard High School swim team proved to have a very successful season because of the multiple records that were broken by some swimmers. Among these impressive feats were the 200 medley relay records broken for both the gir...

Million Dollar Education

Madelynn Alvara, Editor

June 4, 2018

The public college 2017-2018 academic year averaged $25,290, according to collegedata.com, which provides information about college prices. Many things come to mind when people think of college, but the main thing people think about is th...

One Less Tradition

Ilse Ramirez, Reporter

June 4, 2018

For years, on graduation day in the Oxnard Union High School District, seniors from all schools show their school colors by having the females wear one solid color, and the males another school color. This would not only look...

Saying “Gracias” to Garza

Jessica Abd, Reporter

June 4, 2018

Mrs. Celia Garza has been teaching Native Speaker Spanish 2 and 3 as well as Advanced Placement Spanish 4 at Oxnard High School for 21 years. The time has come for her to retire and say goodbye to the school she has known for...

Dream Come True

Maria Sanchez, Editor

June 4, 2018

As they enter high school, students begin to form their path as young adults and set goals for themselves such as what college they would want to attend and what career they would want to pursue. They have to make decisions in ...

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