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Feature articles focus on students, faculty, and administrators who have made an impact on the campus community.


Fit for royalty

As each guest entered Prom, they voted for the couple they wanted to elect as Prom King and Queen. Towards the end of the night, the DJ crowned seniors Tyler Hoo and Elena Espinoza the winners. Keep Reading


Charging up a Healthy Heritage

Recycling batteries helps cut back on carbon dioxide emissions because mining metals and the battery production increases the amount of carbon dioxide in the air. Healthy Heritage uses repurposed containers (that would have otherwise been dumped in a landfill) placed around campus, to collect these batteries. Keep Reading


Celebrating National Autism Awareness Month

About 1% of the world population has autism spectrum disorder, and the prevalence of autism in the United States is estimated at 1 in 59 births. The official Autism Awareness Day is April 2, but the entire month is dedicated to spreading a message of acceptance and recognition. Keep Reading


The impact of a right-hand woman

For just under 20 years, new and old families walking into the admissions office were greeted by Mrs. Sandy Lopez. After moving up the ranks from a phone operator, to administration assistant and eventually up to Mr. William Laurie and Dr. Doug Laurie’s personal assistant, Mrs. Lopez is saying goodbye to what she calls her second family and taking on her next challenge in life. Keep Reading

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