Bikes For Kids

By MJ Tune, 12 For several years now, Union’s Career Connect automotive and manufacturing interns have put on the Bikes For Kids charity event to provide free bikes and helmets to Union elementary students. Through...

A Return to the Spotlight

By Michael Drew and Annelise Huynh, 12 A powerhouse, a nationally recognized organization decorated with accolades from local, regional, and national competitions, and an example for marching bands across the country – these descriptions characterize...

HSA Celebrates Day of the Dead

By Lydia Finch Every year, millions of people celebrate the Day of the Dead, a two-day celebration that connects the living with their loved ones who have passed. People create ofrendas, an offering, decorated with brightly colored marigolds, sugar skulls,...

Recycle-Bowl

By: Ashlyn Ludwig Sustainable U will be hosting its very first Recycle Bowl! The entire week, November 29 to December 3, will be dedicated to spreading information about recycling, sustainability, and environmental awareness. During this...

College During High School?!

By Emma Thomas TCC Spring Concurrent Enrollment is open! Not only do concurrent classes help students earn college credit during high school and gain experience in college level courses, but taking dual credit courses will...

Movie Theater Insider

By Emily Kohn After a bizarre year of COVID-19 recovery, there have been an onslaught of new movies in theaters. As someone who works in a movie theater, I have insider intel on most movies...

The Festival of Lights!

By Tammy Dao, President of Asian American Club Asian American Club hosted their first eating meeting of the year on Thursday, November 4th to celebrate Diwali, which originated in India and is primarily derived from...