Brains behind the Brain Class

Through their studies and learning material, Psychology teacher Jenny Martinez and her students declare that the adolescent mind needs to learn how to accept the trails of life, and show empathy and understanding toward peers.

Learning to be seen with an invisible illness

Purple stamps in the shapes of stars and hearts adorn sophomore Lilia Fuller’s light lavender walls as she sits in front of the camera, poised and ready to begin her latest Youtube video. However, today, Fuller has decided to mix things up a bit by reading to her viewers what she calls "A Letter to my Fibromyalgia."

Broadening young horizons

World travel can change your point of view and offer a new perspective. Listen as Bearcats share their worldly experiences and new world perspectives.

Brains behind the Brain Class

Through their studies and learning material, Psychology teacher Jenny Martinez and her students declare that the adolescent mind needs to learn how to accept the trails of life, and show empathy and understanding toward peers.

After the boom

Life was very different back in the day for the generation of yesterday, with yesterday’s technology, social standard and non-conformist beliefs. Cultures rose, trends were set, politics rose and fell with the international tide. Everything they did, everything they fought for, everything they believed in, set the stage on the generation of today. And as the house lights fade and the curtain is drawn on 2017, the world waits in angst to see how we will write history like the generations before us.

Need for athletes to give back

There is a major need for all athletes to give back to their communities. Those who participate in athletics are put on a pedestal and are looked up to by younger kids who play sports, and I can testify to this. When I was in elementary and middle school, stand-out players such as Thomas Bernal (class of 2010), Jacob Searcy (class of 2011), and Elias Stokes (class of 2012) were all people that I highly regarded and wanted to be like when I entered high school.