On Wednesday, October 24th, 2018 the AP Government classes at Tulare Western held a mock debate between two students acting as the Central Valley’s congressional candidates Devin Nunes and Andrew Janz. Over the course of the school year, the two AP Government classes have been working on separate campaigns, one for Nunes, the other for … More Mock Debate in Drama Room
Whether it’s on weekends, after school, or on breaks, you can tend to run out of things to do. But, one thing that you always lean back on is NETFLIX. But, you just need something new to watch! Below a list of COOL TV shows and movies, with a rundown on what they’re all about. … More Feel like Netflix binge-watching?
Written by: Macie Movsesian On Thursday, October 18th, there was lockdown issued for Tulare Western because of an active shooter scare. An alert was accidentally set off announcing that there was an active shooter near the bus circle. It was issued around 8:48am and lasted until about 9:05am. What was suspicious about the situation was … More TW on Lockdown!
By: Chay Goree, Stevie Perez The athlete of the week is Jose Valencia. He’s a junior outside linebacker and safety for the Tulare Western Varsity football team. This year Valencia has made a total of 52 tackles, 28 of those tackles being solo tackles and 24 of those being assisting tackles. He’s been on varsity … More Athlete of the Week
Written by Ashlynn Canfield, Gwyneth Barnett, Rachel Gupta GUYSSSS! ‘Tis the season. (No, not Christmas. At least not yet. *wink) It’s Spooky season! And we know that you need a place for inspiration. Hence, this article. We have combined a bunch of Spooky Stuff to try out this month so you always have spooks going … More Spooky Season is here!
Written by Rachel Gupta It is absolutely crucial to set deadlines for yourself to help you achieve your goals. Whether you want to complete a project at work – or achieve a personal goal – it’s important to set realistic deadlines for yourself. Personally, for me, if I don’t set deadlines, then I’ll just let … More The Importance of Setting Deadlines for Yourself
Into the Water by Paula Hawkins A single mother turns up dead at the bottom of the river that runs through town. Earlier in the summer, a vulnerable teenage girl met the same fate. They are not the first women lost to these dark waters, but their deaths disturb the river and its history, dredging up … More The Best Thriller Books to Read This Fall
by Mia Dodson For anyone who’s in theater, you know the stress of the audition week. When you walk into the audition room, other people looking at you, having the same stress as you. “Anyone in this room has just as much a chance of getting into the production as me.” No idea when the … More Audition Week Stress
The country of Indonesia has been seriously hit with natural disasters within the past couple of years. In December 2004, a 9.1-9.3 magnitude earthquake struck off the Indonesian coast of Sumatra which caused a destructive tsunami to occur. The estimated death toll for the people killed or missing and presumed dead is over 225,000 between … More Trouble for Indonesia
Written by Rachel Gupta You’ve probably been gorging yourself on our amazing articles, binge-reading one after the other (because they’re just that good), but do you even know anything about the person who wrote it? It’s easy to forget that someone actually sat down and typed what you’re currently reading. I decided to write an … More Meet the Journalism Team!