Boys soccer kicks off the season

To prepare for the upcoming season this fall, the HR Boys Soccer team has had several practices over the summer. The Falcons found that these practices were beneficial to increasing the competitiveness of the team and allowed them to prepare for real game situations. “Scrimmaging, in particular, has given us the chemistry as a team... Continue Reading →

The Teenage Walk of Shame

On my second day of high school I was singled out by a security guard in front of my friends and I can still remember the scrutinizing look upon her face. Skipping the pleasantries she simply said, “Those shorts are way too short to be wearing.”  I had nothing to change into and she didn’t... Continue Reading →

HR’s cosmetology course addition

Through hours of construction inside the HR building during the summer, the cosmetology course has been ready and accessible for students since the start of the school year. The course consists of a 2 year commitment that focuses on hair, esthetician and nail technician skills; engaging students in 1500 hours of preparation for future real... Continue Reading →

Secretly in love

The fight for change and acceptance of sexuality Shortly into the school year, Inoke Tonga, a volleyball coach from Valor Christian High School, was pushed to resign from his position as head boys volleyball coach, and girls assistant volleyball coach. After seeing a post on Tonga’s social media in relation to the LGBTQ+ community, administrators... Continue Reading →

Senior sendoff video

The 2020-2021 school year has surely thrown a lot of obstacles our way, and it has had a big impact on our stories, as showcased by this year's print edition theme, expect the unexpected. The core of our newspaper class has always been the students themselves, and this year we will be honoring the seniors... Continue Reading →

The Devastating effects our ignorance has on the world ; a look into the Israel-Palestine conflict.

Who is worthy of human rights? The obvious answer is everyone. Right? Well, not everyone agrees.  Over the past couple of weeks, violence against Palestinians in Israel has increased exponentially. While Israeli-Palestinian conflicts are not unheard of, as disagreements over who has claims over the holy lands have lasted for decades, this year’s events have... Continue Reading →

Chroncast – Episode 11

This episode dives deeper into the article “HR’s newest cosmetology course addition” a news story written by Kirstie Ko, Staff Reporter (which can be found here).

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