Con-Prom Reasons Why You Should Ditch Prom

Jenna Ariza

June 3, 2019

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Jenna Ariza Con-Prom Reasons Why You Should Ditch Prom Let’s be honest: Is it really worth going to your high school prom? Plenty of people have the tendency to say that prom is an experience that everyone should enjo...

Student Life: Education and Employment What grade level should you start working?

Jenna Ariza

June 3, 2019

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Jenna Ariza Student Life: Education and Employment What grade level should you start working? A majority of high school students become of the legal working age between their sophomore and senior year. Yet, many of t...

Pro-Prom

Leylah Qualo

May 31, 2019

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Leylah Qualo Pro-Prom It is glamorized in nearly every high school movie. Seniors pick up extra hours at work in hopes of being best dressed, scramble to find the perfect date and scrape up money for the perfect car; se...

Editorial

Malessia Lakeraj

May 31, 2019

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Malessia Lakeraj Editorial As the 2018-2019 school year is coming to an end, it is agreeable to say that this year was a rollercoaster ride for many students here at UACHS. We want to thank all the writers, editors, and...

Black History Month Incident Headline

Jessye Greene

May 31, 2019

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Jessye Greene Black History Month Incident Headline Black history is looked at as important by all nationalities because it explains the history and culture of black people, to prove the difference of what many are told vs...

UACHS’s Halloween Costume: Green & Yellow

October 26, 2018

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Leylah Qualo UACHS’s Halloween Costume: Green & Yellow     Halloween is typically the one day of the year everyone is able to express themselves or simply dress up to stand out.     At UACHS, we have ve...

Editorial

October 26, 2018

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Mrs. Nolasco Editorial Welcoming the new school year, we are excited and hopeful that we keep our readers engaged and that we continue to share stories that matter. Kicking off the 2018-2019 school year, The Student Voice e...

Chalk, Paper, Scissors…Guns?

Safa Mostafa

April 4, 2018

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Safa Mostafa Chalk, Paper, Scissors...Guns? Teachers have their own objective for each class — to make sure you learn something you did not know before and that you are safe while doing so. However, there’s another bullet ...

Battle of the Sexes for Respect

Malessia Lakeraj

April 4, 2018

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Malessia Lakeraj Battle of the Sexes for Respect It is 2018, and gender roles are still not neutral, meaning that boys and girls are still not equal. Girls have to have a certain length of hair. Boys have to play sports....

School needs to promote cultural awareness

Kendra Brown, Managing Editor

April 20, 2017

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Looking around a classroom or cafeteria can reveal the diversity in the school. There is a wide range of races and ethnicities within the school, such as African American, Hispanic, Caucasian, Guyanese, Filipino and many more that are...

The Death Penalty: A decision that shouldn’t be chosen

Christopher Alvarenga, Staff Reporter

April 20, 2017

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The idea of the death penalty is to bring punishment for those who have committed a heinous crime against humanity and country. However, the death penalty only brings us back to the bloody past of humanity in which death seem...

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