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May 6, 2019

Service Journalism: How to Choose the Right Classes For You

Jayzelle Agustin, Staff Writer

April 30, 2019

Filed under Entertainment

     Having trouble finding the right classes for you? Whether you are barely starting high school or becoming a senior, choosing your schedules can be a bit challenging when it comes to impressing colleges. Don’t you fret abo...

How to Prepare for Junior Year

Samantha Ortega, staff writer

April 22, 2019

Filed under Entertainment

     Junior year can be overwhelming with AP classes, programs, taking the SAT and ACT, and preparing for college applications the following year. Due to the packed schedule of junior year, there are some things you may need...

Service Journalism: How to Have a Productive Summer

Audrey Meas, Staff Writer

April 22, 2019

Filed under Entertainment

School’s almost out! Summer’s just around the corner, and students can’t wait to put down their textbooks and let the good vibes kick in. Let’s face it, summer break can become tedious once you’ve immersed yourself into...

Service Journalism — How to face and overcome mental health stigma

Janry Danielle, Staff Writer

December 18, 2018

Filed under Tiger Bytes

     Nowadays, the number of people who are suffering from mental illness cannot just be counted with the number of your fingers; both of your hands will not be enough to count them. As well as the rising percentage of the menta...

Service Journalism : How to Start a New Years Resolution

Yrah Parfiles, Staff Writer

December 18, 2018

Filed under Entertainment, Tiger Bytes

     As Winter break approaches, some students begin to slack on their classwork, eat more food, spend more money, or continue their bad habits throughout the holiday season. It is okay to behave like that for a short peri...