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A Guide to College Admissions

A Guide to College Admissions

McKenna Beard, Videographer/Graphic Designer

May 14, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Opinion

Getting into college is not an easy task. The journey to being accepted into your first choice college starts your first day of freshman year.But worry no more: Here's some guidance to help you achieve your goals and get into the college of your choice.   You should begin looking at co...

Addiction

Addiction

Sam Herger, Staff cartoonist

April 26, 2018


Filed under Editorial Cartoons, Opinion

Spring break blues

Spring break blues

Sam Herger, staff cartoonist

April 20, 2018


Filed under Editorial Cartoons, Opinion

The right to live without fear

The right to live without fear

Mary Miller, Opinion writer

April 19, 2018


Filed under Editorials, Opinion, Showcase

About 25 of us girls stand either haphazardly around the field or in the line to kick during our game of kickball, attempting to pretend as if we actually care about the game we were beginning to play. Though many of us were grumpy with the looming reality that our turn to kick would soon arrive, we s...

Spring is in the air

Spring is in the air

Sam Herger, staff cartoonist

March 5, 2018


Filed under Editorial Cartoons, Opinion

From a Senior who Survived–barely

From a Senior who Survived–barely

Brittney Dear, Editor

March 1, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Personal

My graduation day is approaching. The last day, the proof that I did, in fact, survive. I never expected this day to approach so quickly. One day I was nine, sitting on the playground with a journal clamped in my hands, watching the fellow nine-year-olds climb on monkey bars and swing on the swings...

A valentine for everyone

A valentine for everyone

Sam Herger, staff cartoonist

February 16, 2018


Filed under Editorial Cartoons, Opinion

I never liked you

I never liked you

Mary Miller, opinion writer

February 15, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Personal

I never liked you. For you, I have always felt extremes. One or the other. Never anywhere in between. I remember going to a basketball game in late February to see you with your friends; I don’t like basketball. Even then I didn’t like you, but charm is a wondrous thing that you are full ...

I’ve Got the Flu; How About You?

I’ve Got the Flu; How About You?

Sam Herger, staff cartoonist

February 6, 2018


Filed under Editorial Cartoons, Opinion

A Coming Out Story

A Coming Out Story

Mary Miller, staff editorial/columnist

January 26, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Personal

I sit on the edge of my parents’ bed, watching tears pour from my brother’s eyes as my mom tells me that my brother is gay. “How is he going to have kids?” I worriedly ask. My biggest concern was not that my brother likes boys, but that I wanted nieces and nephews, and my 9-year-old brain had...

Just in Time to Be Late

Just in Time to Be Late

Sammy Herger, editorial cartoonist

January 26, 2018


Filed under Editorial Cartoons, Opinion

Two Years of…

Two Years of…

Cristina Olvera, Reporter

January 12, 2018


Filed under Personal, Showcase

"Patience" Junior Emily Mordecai, Ambush staff, remembers the tests of Cristales' patience all too well. "Every deadline is a test of her patience. She gets stressed but she never loses her patience with us. She's still the kind and understanding person she always is and it's nice to know that she doe...

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