2020

Smartwatches should be worn in school

March 27, 2020

Smartwatches should be allowed to be worn in school because the main purpose of them is to track your activity throughout the day and even help children with disabilities. Fitbits, in particular, should be worn […]

2020

College is the hardest part of life

March 23, 2020

College is a very important step in someone’s life. College could bring you many good essentials in your career but could also bring many downfalls.  College could stress people out because of how much it […]

2019

Editorial: Why voting matters

February 6, 2020

By Arlette Carino ’21, Iker Gomez ’20, and The Pritzker Press Editorial Board The right to vote is one of the most important privileges that people have. In the early years of America, only white […]

2019

Knowing How to Cook and Why it’s Important

December 2, 2019

By Christian Sosa ’20 While cooking itself is not exactly difficult, it can take time to get consistently good results. Cooking can also get rather boring since the amount of time it takes depends on […]

This is a flag that symbolizes the LGBTQ community in the Joshua Sosa's class.
2019

Students discovering a new community

November 4, 2019

By Jonathan Orihuela ’20 LGBTQ stands for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer. Children should get the opportunity to learn about the differences in sex so that in the future, they don’t criticize someone because […]

screenshot of when the fathers face basically melted. i re-watched the movie on a website called tubitv.com
2019

Horror movies have lost their

November 4, 2019

By Christian Sosa ’20 The earliest horror movie I remember watching was called The Gate in which two kids discover a hole in the ground caused by tree removal and find out they accidentally opened […]

2019

Friends outweigh your boo

October 7, 2019

By Erik Pacheco ’20 Friends: people who you spend a lot of time with, probably even more than your family members. Girlfriend/Boyfriend: someone who you spend huge amounts of time with because they’re the love […]

2019

Do violent video games make teens violent?

March 29, 2019

By Christian Sosa ’20 Violent video games are blamed for making children or people, in general, more violent. The media might be so quick to pin the blame on video games as the cause for […]

Opinions

Have curse words lost their shock value?

March 18, 2019

By Erik Pacheco ’20 In his rap song called “Mo Bamba,” Sheck Wes states the words, “F***, S***, B****!” Curse words are very common things to say in the world, but sometimes you can’t help […]

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