The Paw Print

From Wikimedia commons, the smoke from wildfires burning in the Amazon basin on August 20, 2019, taken by the Suomi NPP using the VIIRS (Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite)

The Amazon Rainforests and Social Media

Brandon Ngo and Staff Writer October 23, 2019

Fires in the Amazon Rainforests are a yearly occurrence where fires are most likely to happen in the “dry season,” from July to October. However, this year has had the most forest fires in the Amazon...

Battle of the boba: A bubble tea review

Battle of the boba: A bubble tea review

Tatiana Martinez, Section Editor March 28, 2019

It’s a sweltering hot day, and you really want to drink something other than water. Sitting in your desk is agony, especially when the AC isn’t doing anything to combat the heat. You’re thirsty and...

Gunderson student, Angelina Gulizia, works on her homework during GLC

Homework shouldn’t be this stressful

Mekiah Glynn, Staff Writer January 31, 2019

Homework is usually used as a way to study or learn outside of school. While homework can be helpful and important, a Stanford study found that any more than two hours of homework a night might actually...

Uncle Sam saying, no room for rumors

Drama isn’t helping anyone out, all it seems to do is harm.

Jetti Stout, Staff Writer January 29, 2019

Nowadays, it’s hard for people of all ages to stay out of the drama, but if you can, it’s really the best to try to avoid it. Being in drama, not theater, causes people to get hurt, be more negative,...

Sophomores Amirah Jabr and Bella Castro showing off their amazing grades they received on a paper.

The Blame Game

Tatiana Martinez, Section Editor January 18, 2019

 You’re failing all of your classes. Your heart starts racing, knowing that when your parents open the report card, you’re going to get in major trouble. Who are you going to blame? Oftentimes,...

Students wandering Gunderson Highschool checking their phones

Technology, the New Oxygen

Ava Brough, Staff Writer January 18, 2019

Technology, the vast and endless world of possibilities consisting of pictures, videos, socialization, news, and much much more. Walking around school it’s common to see people taking selfies, having...

Kids Playing Video Games for Intertainment

Do Violent Video Game Corrupt Minds?

Isaiah Sellem, Staff Writer January 16, 2018

Video Games does not influence violence on kids. Video games are just for entertainment and cannot change someone’s mind to do violent actions. If someone were to do violent things that either means...

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