Tag Archives: Opinion

Pro v. Con: Kneeling During Anthem

October 19, 2017

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The opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints expressed by the various authors and columnists in this section do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints of The Catalyst.   SKM_654e17101903210   The Reason Behind the Kneeling By Madeline Peterson and Ashana Gonzalez This season football started out with a bang in politics with Colin Kaepernick once […]

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Opinion: ID Theft Isn’t Just a Latino Crime

October 9, 2017

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By Noelle Hoenig As a person who considers themselves unaffiliated from political parties (as I am unable to vote for the next one and a half years), I find myself asking after reading this article: Did I really just have Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, aka DACA, explained to me? The author of the piece, […]

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Opinion: Trump’s DACA Decision Necessary

October 4, 2017

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The opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints expressed by the various authors and columnists in this section do not necessarily reflect the opinions, beliefs, and viewpoints of The Catalyst. By Austin Wolfe To start with, understand that conservatives and republicans do not want to deport children from their families. Understand we are not “Nazis,” nor are we […]

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Senior Prank is a No Go

May 18, 2017

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Last Words from our Seniors: Nothing like High School Musical

May 10, 2017

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As we say goodbye to the Class of 2017, The Catalyst reached out to some of the graduates, asking them to share their stories and give advice to new and returning scholars. Sofia Lamberto reminds scholars to not blow off the first two years of high school. Read Elijah Ortiz y Pino’s here. Looking back […]

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Political Cartoon: Well, Here We Go Again

April 25, 2017

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Manager Tired of Policing Scholars; Wants the ASK Attitude Back

November 4, 2013

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By Karen Pierce What’s with the Hall Passes? This sentiment echoed throughout the upstairs scholar population during most of Thursday.  Many scholars remarked that they felt as though the new policies being implemented by multiple managers took away the trust, and created an atmosphere of elementary school.  As one of the managers with a new […]

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