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Music is in the Air at Summer Festivals

Alynette Navarro, Editor

June 4, 2018

Filed under Community, Entertainment, OHS

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,...

Other Options Besides College

Kimberly Santos, Editor

June 4, 2018

Filed under Community, OHS

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...

Million Dollar Education

Madelynn Alvara, Editor

June 4, 2018

Filed under Community, OHS, Opinion

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...

Oxnard Gets Festive

Alyssa Fernandez, Reporter

January 8, 2018

Filed under Community, OHS, Student Life

With the holiday season fully underway, Oxnard held a Christmas parade on December 2nd, 2017 to entertain families around the city and bring all the people together for one special event. This year, Oxnard High School’s Marching...

Minority Christmas

Alynette Navarro, Reporter

January 8, 2018

Filed under Community, OHS

During the month of December, people from around the world celebrate Christmas or alternatives in different ways that include both religion and race. In Mexico and other Latin American countries, people begin Navidad (Christmas...

Mexican Legends

Alberto Barragan, Reporter

November 9, 2017

Filed under Community, Student Life

La Llorona is a popular story that has been told for a long time. According to www.americanfolklore.net, this is how the story goes; "Once there was a widow who wanted to marry a rich nobleman, however, the nobleman did not wan...

Should Dreamers be Treated Differently?

Emily Tapia and Ilse Ramirez

November 9, 2017

Filed under Community

Having the opportunity to become someone in the world and to work is what Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) members, known as Dreamers, look for as they apply for the DACA program. President Obama created the program during 20...

Hurricane Theories Overblown

Andrew Kelley and Alberto Barragan

November 9, 2017

Filed under Community

Natural disasters are coming in fast as the United States has faced two and is expected to face two more. While our neighbor country Mexico has experienced a 8.1 earthquake on September 8 2017, while a 5.6 earthquake happened...

Is College Necessary?

Alynette Navarro and Leonela Joaquin

November 9, 2017

Filed under Community

After high school, most options are going to college and pursing a degree. Some students at Oxnard High School wonder about their future and what career they want to follow. Numerous amount of students do not know what they want to d...

Positivity Through PBIS

Andrea Servin, Reporter

April 3, 2017

Filed under Community, OHS

Positive Behavioral Interventions & Support was established by the U.S Department of Education’s Special Program to implement a successful and beneficial outcome for students with learning disabilities and social behavi...

Discovery Time

Discovery Time

March 30, 2017

Private or Public Preferences

Jaylene Gutierrez, Reporter

March 30, 2017

Filed under Community, OHS, Student Life

Often times people view private schools as better schools compared to public schools. Although there is no definite way to tell which school is ‘better,’ there are certain qualities some students may prefer to have that will b...

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