The Strokes: When It Started
The Strokes: When It Started
Zytlali Vidal October 26, 2020

2001 was a rough time for those living in the United States. Everyone was focused on the events of 9/11 and it had a lot of people scared. While it might have been a sad time,...

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This is what the book cover looks like. I think it looks fancy with Agnieszka holding her hallucination spell, which is a flower at the moment.
Uprooted blends suspense, action, and fantasy
Katherine Rodriguez October 26, 2020

Naomi Novik’s book Uprooted is about a village girl named Agnieszka who is happy to live with her family and friends, even though she is thought of as somewhat imperfect....

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At the bottom we have Oliver, or the Green Arrow. It
Reviewing the CW show "Arrow"
Yajaira Bello October 26, 2020

After Oliver Queen, the son of a billionaire family, along with his father and his yacht known as the Queen's Gambit went down in a storm, he was later found stranded five...

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The musician
The musician's love story
October 26, 2020
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My dad at a birthday party.
"I did not have much because my parents were really poor and not did not have enough to give a lot but we were really happy on what we had."
Jonathan Santiago October 12, 2020

My dad in his childhood barely had anything and he still worked with what he had. My dad only went up to middle school and then he left school because they could not afford...

In this photo my sister Angela Hernandez finished elementary and we are celebrating it.
"My opinion is that 2020 hasn't been the best year so far."
Julia Hernandez October 11, 2020

Sisters Julia Hernandez and Angela Hernandez sat down to talk about how their year has been. Their opinions of 2020 and how they feel about the year from experience and...

“De Henry te corto un chongo te dejó de con uno y el otro quedó cortito cortito con las tijeras de papel. Y después un día te a amarrar tus agujetas y qué te calles.”
“De Henry te corto un chongo te dejó de con uno y el otro quedó cortito cortito con las tijeras de papel. Y después un día te a amarrar tus agujetas y qué te calles.”
Abby Guadalupe Martinez October 11, 2020

Aurora Martinez is 41 now. She talks about growing up in Mexico. She also talks about how it was like. Not only that but she talks about how her kids where when they were...

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In this photo my sister Angela Hernandez finished elementary and we are celebrating it.
"My opinion is that 2020 hasn't been the best year so far."
Julia Hernandez October 11, 2020

Sisters Julia Hernandez and Angela Hernandez sat down to talk about how their year has been. Their opinions of 2020 and how they feel about the year from experience and...

¨Umm it got to this extreme and he instead of warning his citizens he decided to downplay the virus, which has lead to this several months of being in quarantine."
¨Umm it got to this extreme and he instead of warning his citizens he decided to downplay the virus, which has lead to this several months of being in quarantine."
Ederson Herrera October 3, 2020

       Hanny was a high school senior which led her to not have a senior year because of Covid-19 and other problems. She still thinks she won't have a senior year.   ...

How this year
How this year's graduates have been affected by Covid-19
Evelyn R. Francisco June 7, 2020
The coronavirus has affected many people. 2020 high school and college graduates are an example of this.  This was supposed to be a happy, memorable time of graduations for them, but now it will be memorable because of the coronavirus. 
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In this photo my sister Angela Hernandez finished elementary and we are celebrating it.
"My opinion is that 2020 hasn't been the best year so far."
Julia Hernandez October 11, 2020

Sisters Julia Hernandez and Angela Hernandez sat down to talk about how their year has been. Their opinions of 2020 and how they feel about the year from experience and...

Picture of Nidia Bello taken on New Year
"I felt it was worth it cause then I would be able to provide more if I graduated from college and  I would be able to help out my parents more"
Yajaira Bello October 7, 2020

For Nidia Bello, life was rough on her when her parents came to America. She was two and had to learn how to fit in before she could get comfortable. Her parents went back...

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from a scene in the Netflix original show "One Day at a Time"
A Man’s Intentions
Alize Benavidez

“Get a restraining order.” She did. She was still murdered. “Take boxing classes.” She did. She was still murdered. “Watch how...

Use your voice to stop gun violence!
Use your voice to stop gun violence!
Gemly Garcia

Hi! My name is Gemly Addison Garcia. I'm here today to use my voice to help stop gun violence. I really want to help spread the...

Yarelli Baez
Numerous Women...
Yarelli Baez

Why do women feel... Sorrow inside, Empty inside, Infuriated inside, Despairing on the outside, Anxious on the outside, And...

Animo Voices Runner-Up:  ‘The Man Who Dreams Big’ by Manuel Argueta
“Be happy, be positive, live life to the fullest, and yeah that’s pretty much it, and love yourself.”

“Be happy, be positive, live life to the fullest, and yeah that’s pretty much it, and love yourself.”

October 9, 2019

“At some point I didn’t think I could make it into college.”

“At some point I didn’t think I could make it into college.”

October 7, 2019

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