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Posts By Aaliyah Pacheco

Sorrys and Softball

April 20, 2020 |

It was 2:45 pm when the bell rang. Everyone in my last period U.S history class knew exactly what it meant. Whatever the turnout was, we knew tomorrow wouldn’t be the same.

“Aye, what do you think is going … Read More


March 13, 2019 |

At approximately 7:30, the loud sound of chatter is welcomed in my ear, along with the ears of six other people. All the people on the bus make for a fascinating ride. Once I get aboard, I’m greeted with a … Read More

Poetry: “Christmas Day”

December 19, 2018 |

The morning sky is white, snowy, and cold.

The sound of the bells never grows old.

Santa Claus is coming out at midnight,

Which means he has already taken flight.

Children are laughing, making it super merry.

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Delightful or Distasteful?

October 27, 2018 |

When is a Halloween costume too much? As a society, we should know what to wear and what not to wear for this holiday. Some costumes can be perceived on social media as fun, but also careless and offensive to … Read More

Hispanic Heritage Month

October 10, 2018 |

Did you know that from September 15th to October 15th it’s National Hispanic/ Latino Heritage month? The first thoughts of September and October usually are the first month of school and Halloween, but it’s much more than that. Many Hispanics … Read More