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Teaching in the Age of Coronavirus

Teaching in the Age of Coronavirus

Kaison Thepbouri October 2, 2020

  Broadcast senior Kaison Thepbouri interviewed Graphic Design teacher Cryss Godoy-Diguette about her experience with the new hybrid education model implemented as a result of the COVID-19...

How Safe is Technology?

Jeffrey Candelaria, Reporter February 25, 2017

Technology plays a huge role in the world we live in today. It is widely used by millions of people on a daily basis, and most don’t know what they would do without it in their day-to-day lives. With...

Career, Technology Students Use Skills to Help Homeless

Career, Technology Students Use Skills to Help Homeless

Eden Amberber, Co-Editor-in-Chief January 3, 2017

The technology education program has put together a project in which they will create units of shelter for homeless families to sleep in at night. Instructors expect 50 units to be completed by Dec. 16. These...

iPads Not Likely to Meet Expectations

iPads Not Likely to Meet Expectations

Braedon Harris, Reporter November 3, 2016

With the 1:1 iPad rollout ending in September, many are debating whether or not the iPads will be beneficial in classrooms. The district’s intention is to ensure equity of resources through the iPads....

iPhone Gone Wrong

SaSchel Moore, Reporter March 31, 2016

The fire alarms sounded through the hallways, causing every student to rush to the nearest exit. This time it was not a prank or a case of burnt cookies. A phone had caught flame. On Wednesday March...

Out with the old, in with the new

Connie Ho, Co-Editor-in-Chief December 21, 2015

As the first glimpse of daylight peeks through the windows, children race down toward the Christmas tree and unwrap packages of gaming systems and designer items. A bittersweet realization dawns upon me...

Teacher’s positivity helps him power through

Teacher’s positivity helps him power through

Brittany Davis, Reporter April 20, 2015

The room is in semi-darkness. The light from the computer screens allow the students to type their web design notes. The teacher laughs and jokes with his students about the notes – and his arm. Technology...

Apple room added to benefit MST students

Connie Ho October 14, 2013

With the recent expansion of the school, the addition of the Apple room in the 500 hallway allows students to work with advanced technology. MST coordinator Emilie Baxter said the Apple room is a place...

Teachers reveal social media lives

Myles Bolden December 14, 2012

Teachers DO have lives outside of school. Most go to stores and concerts, and have some form of social media, just like students. A majority of teachers won’t add students until after graduation, but...

Into the scene of technology

Into the scene of technology

Lisa Tran, Editor-in-Chief December 14, 2012

A pool of red, fake blood flooded the tile next to the mannequin’s head. Fingerprints and footprints created a trail of blood to lure students away from the true criminal. The effects were used as a...

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