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Trump On Rejection

Teresa Roblero, Editor-In-Chief

March 19, 2019

On February 8, 2019, President Donald Trump declared a national emergency in order to try and build the wall on the border of Mexico. According to Trump he did this to, “[...] get it done faster, that’s all.” This was rejec...

Everyone Needs a Break

Melanie Mejia and Alyssa Vega

March 19, 2019

Senior year is a year of fun, but also a year of stress. As seniors, we have all completed 12 years of school and are working on the last one. From Advanced Placement classes to college applications, we are beaten, drained, and tir...


Ruben Gutierrez, Reporter

February 19, 2019

When did being a fan of our favorite sports teams classify us as gangbangers? Some students have been labeled wrongly for wearing things that are well within the Oxnard High School dress code.   OHS Principal Mr. Urias has been very lenien...

A Miscommunication Results in Conflict

Teresa Roblero, Editor-In-Chief

February 19, 2019

On January 18, 2019 the steps of Lincoln Memorial were filled with protests, chaos, and misunderstandings. A video of white students in ‘Make America Great Again’ gear from Covington Catholic High school went viral showing ...

A Caravans’ Fight for Change

December 20, 2018

Central American immigrants are doing everything they can to try and cross the border from Tijuana to the U.S. They are digging under and jumping over the fence to try and get here safely. From sleeping in makeshift camps, to swimmin...

TB Crisis

Hugo Valdez, Reporter/Writer

December 20, 2018

Last month it was reported that Oxnard High School had an active tuberculosis carrier on campus. For safety measures, OHS conducted vaccination tests at the school for those who shared a common class with the patient. &nbs...

Controversy on Capital Hill

Isabel Lobo, Reporter

November 5, 2018

On October 5, conservative nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed as a Supreme Court Justice by the Senate in a narrow margin of 51-49 vote. His confirmation sparked outrage among many, representing yet another division between po...


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...

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...

Art For Art’s Sake

Teresa Roblero, Editor

June 4, 2018

Going to college can be a time when one gains independence. It’s a period in which students can spend the majority of the time figuring out what career they will pursue for the rest of their lives.   So what happens w...

The voice of Atheism

Sarah von Harringa, Reporter

November 9, 2017

  What makes someone an atheist versus a claimed religious person? Perceptions vary about why one person growing up in a religious background embrace his or her faith, while another, also raised in a religious environment, dis...

A Soul Purpose

Andrew Kelley, Editorial Editor

November 9, 2017

With the onset of Halloween and all the spookiness it entails, an emphasis is put on death and often those who have died. This is a stem of a major question common among all human experience. What happens when one dies? The soul is co...

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