The Red & Blue

Coronavirus not taken seriously, government and individual action needed

Aspen Towell, Staff Reporter

May 4, 2020

The coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, quickly spiralled into a global pandemic resulting in a major economic downfall. Local and chain businesses are forced to shut down while many workers, including health, grocery, cleaning and r...

Disney Channel paints the wrong picture

Marisa Sandoval, Staff Reporter

May 4, 2020

Growing up many teens and young children fall in love with the dreamy world Disney Channel paints of high school and everyday situations. The shows contain stereotypes that can be demeaning and hurtful to teens’ self-esteem...

Assigned reading should cater to student’s interests

Aspen Towell

April 17, 2020

Reading can be a fun hobby or a boring homework assignment. Reading can be as enticing as watching a suspenseful T.V. series or as dull as reading legal documents. Reading is not naturally fun for a large number of people; howev...

Normalcy needed during social-distancing

Gannyn Dunn, Junior Editor

April 16, 2020

As society is currently living through a Coronavirus pandemic, President Donald Trump has placed social distancing guidelines for the United States until April 30. As the country follows these guidelines, it can be tough for many to fin...

Foreign language broadens students’ views

Catalina Forister, Staff Reporter

April 16, 2020

Studies have shown that foreign language education in a classroom has numerous benefits for students, and high school teachers do their part in backing up those studies every day.  For example, it has been proven that student...

Pollution becoming greater problem, more must be done

Tyler Hofmann, Staff Reporter

April 14, 2020

Despite all the supposed pollution-stopping trends on social media, not enough hands-on help is offered to fix the worrisome state of marine pollution. Every day more waste ends up in the ocean: an estimated 176 billion pounds...

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