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Google’s Plans For San Jose

Google’s Plans For San Jose

Blanca Castillo, Jack Harris, Angeles Jaimes, and Isidro Vargas

March 9, 2018


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From a population of 66 people in 1777 to 1,025,350 people in 2018, San Jose has undergone a lot of changes in the past centuries. Originally California’s first state capital, San Jose has always been an important asset to California. Now, San Jose is known as being the capital of Silicon Valley. ...

How Cloning and Genetic Modification is Changing the World

How Cloning and Genetic Modification is Changing the World

Emilson Cardona, Isaiah Gama, Stella Thomas, and Stephanie Torres

March 9, 2018


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Twenty-two years ago, Scottish scientists at the University of Edinburgh stunned the world. They had just accomplished something that had never done before. Could what they had just done change the future of the world forever? And how would the world react? They announced that Dolly, the first mammal ...

Facts Put Gun Safety In Its Place

Facts Put Gun Safety In Its Place

Katarina Bellmonte, Destiny Masciarelli, Robert Correa, and Luis Merino

March 9, 2018


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Just in the past 10 years, the total number of deaths have tolled to the nerve-shaking number of 318,522 deaths including our current year of 2018. For the past 10 years, citizens of America have been trying to reign in certain gun laws that have gotten completely out of hand. Yet, in these 10 years...

America’s Rapid Fire Epidemic

America’s Rapid Fire Epidemic

Verenice Medina, Ozmar Mendez, Marcella Monteiro, and Ethan Flores

March 9, 2018


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America is the gun, America was fundamentally based on the idea of guns offering protection. Throughout american history, guns have always been there to ensure victory and security. The times we lived in have changed. Now a days the guns that protected us are now being used to kill our own children that...

ICE: A Debate Over Justification

ICE: A Debate Over Justification

Sarah Bailey, Joyce Avina Guerrero, Meiko M. Jaimes, Alfredo Padilla Vallejo, and Serena V. Soto

March 9, 2018


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  Families everywhere in America are being ripped apart; “For as long as the Perez children can remember, their father has told them, ‘ be prepared to be alone.’” 17-year-old high school student,worries that her family may soon be torn apart if rumors of possible Bay Area immigration...

The War on Weapons

The War on Weapons

Jatsiri Calderon, Zirtlaly Gonzalez, Dylan Mick, and Michael Miranda

March 9, 2018


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With 19 people dead due to the recent shootings people are becoming more and more worried about their safety. Gun control has been an issue that has flown under the radar of the public eye. But with the recent events it is seeing the attention it deserves whether it be the countless school walkouts or...

Different Perspectives on Gun Laws

Different Perspectives on Gun Laws

Alexia Chavez, Jose Gonzalez, Elva Mendoza, Grace Nauci, and David Rodriguez

March 9, 2018


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Guns are very powerful weapons. They have the power to take someones life in a matter of seconds. Although they are used in different ways, in reality, its purpose is either to defend and protect or to threaten and kill. As you know, the most heard of cases with guns end up resulting in deaths of many ...

Should the Voting Age be Lowered to 16?

Should the Voting Age be Lowered to 16?

Patty Buendia, Enzo Filangeri, Jonathan Mendoza, Eddy Sanchez, and Paola Solorio

March 9, 2018


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According to Suburban Stats, 805,456 teenagers of ages 16 and 17 live in California as of 2017. Many are striving to give voting rights to these 805,456 current ineligible voters by lowering the voting age from 18 to 16. Oddly enough, a survey taken by juniors at Lincoln High School in San Jose showed...

Is the Death penalty the right Punishment for Murder?

Is the Death penalty the right Punishment for Murder?

Alonso Davila, Elizabeth Fatoye, Julian Gonzales, and Jennifer Rivas

March 9, 2018


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The sun is about rise on a beautiful Tuesday morning of 1992 but this is the last time Robert Alten will be able to see it. Making his way into his final moments alive before being executed by gas chamber at the San Quentin State prison, he decides to make his last meal, two pizzas,a bucket of chicken ...

The Dangers of Collision Sports

The Dangers of Collision Sports

Linus Karge, Emmanuel Duarte, and Paraskevas Paraskevaidis

March 9, 2018


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“And, Hike ─” The shrill whistle screams across the field and the bodies start moving, heavily crashing into each other. Frantically, Zach looks for an opening, an opportunity to pass the ball and make a game changing play. And suddenly there it was, the moment he’d been waiting for. Zach prepares...

School Shootings, Who is to blame?

School Shootings, Who is to blame?

Miles Gonzales, Zuriel Ramirez, Jonathan Martinez, April Santillan, and Yamily De Leon Gomez

March 9, 2018


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Ever since this great nation was founded guns have existed. Before rifles were manufactured, guns were used for war and hunting. However now automatic weapons have now become a threat to regular citizens. Many fingers have been pointed at the National Rifle Association for having supported Trump with...

Debating the Death Penalty

Debating the Death Penalty

Quintin Atchion, Julian Garcia, Estefani Munoz, Daniela Najera, and Mateos Pineda

March 9, 2018


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Imagine that you are a judge. Presented with a man who has killed 3 innocent people, you must decide whether or not to sentence the killer to death. There are many things to take into consideration: How much will it cost to keep him alive? Is it against one's religion to practice the death penalty? ...

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