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Special Olympics a success

May 10, 2019

ASB student Kaylan Daranikone was part of the helping crew of the event known as the Special Olympics,...

IMAGINE STOCKTON

IMAGINE STOCKTON

May 10, 2019

Dr. Almitra Berry, a graduate of Stockton Unified schools, took center stage at last month’s Imagine...

AUDREY WEIR-GRAHAM: Her 25 year history of teaching at Stagg

May 16, 2017

Social Studies Department Chair Audrey Weir-Graham is retiring after 25 years of teaching at Stagg. She...

Leaving with a smile

Leaving with a smile

May 15, 2017

It’s hard to leave a passion, but most notably, it’s hard to leave a job that gives back. This year,...

People’s differences aren’t a laughing matter

People’s differences aren’t a laughing matter

May 22, 2016

When it comes to something as simple as a joke, is there a such thing as going “too far”? Yes and...

‘Sleepless’ puts you to sleep

‘Sleepless’ puts you to sleep

Phillicity Uriarte-Jones, Editor in Chief

May 22, 2016

In “Sleepless,” by Cyn Balog, Eron DeMarche is a sandman, someone whose sole responsibility is to...

Flying to the finish line

Flying to the finish line

May 20, 2016

From leotards and swinging onto poles to swimsuits and developing stamina, senior Aja Reyes has evolved...

Male body positivity deserves more attention

Male body positivity deserves more attention

Angel Vasquez

May 20, 2016

It’s easy to disassociate body shaming with males, seeing as it’s a problem that seemingly only women...

A quick bite at night

A quick bite at night

May 20, 2016

Looking at the small empty restaurant, having characteristics of a bakery with shelves behind glass,...

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