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The Student News Site of The Preuss School

The Preuss Insider

The Student News Site of The Preuss School

The Preuss Insider

Seniors Begin the College Application Season
Seniors Begin the College Application Season
Brian Ponce, School News Writer • October 21, 2021

The class of 2022 have officially begun the college application season. Seniors first learned about the season through an event known as the “college kickoff,” which exposes them to the procedures for applying for financial aid, scholarships, and educational services that will help them on their...

Preuss Teachers Dabble in Side Hustles
Idiris Abbi, School News Writer • October 21, 2021

Preuss teachers do it like no other, juggling between educating the future and having their own hobbies is an uphill battle. However, some Preuss teachers have found a balance between the two, and do it quite well. Their past times tell us more about...

Students Transition from Online to In-Person School
Students Transition from Online to In-Person School
Huy Nguyen, School News Writer • October 21, 2021

The Preuss School administration has created many new changes to ensure safety for everyone at Preuss to adapt to the new school year because of the ongoing pandemic. These changes made students’ transitioning from online to in-person school take...

Class of ‘22 Takes Over the Kitchen
Angelina Gonzalez, School News Editor • October 20, 2021

The contract between San Diego Unified School District and the cafeteria staff didn’t include high school dinner service from the newly changed 4:45pm-5:00pm schedule. Middle school dinner used to take place from 4:00pm-4:15pm and high school dinner...

Censoring Books Inhibits Students’ Education
Censoring Books Inhibits Students’ Education
Daniela Navarrete, Editorial Writer • October 21, 2021

Challenging and censoring books is not an uncommon practice in the United States. Book stores, schools, and libraries regularly take books they deem inappropriate off their shelves. Much of the time, the books are censored for political or religious reasons. Regardless of the reason, banning and/or censoring...

Seniors Slacking, Neglecting Schoolwork
Seniors Slacking, Neglecting Schoolwork
Christian Garcia, Editorial Writer • October 19, 2021

After a full school year of online remote learning, Preuss juniors, now seniors, were able to finally return back to school this August. However, as time flew by, within weeks of returning to school, the mid-semester report cards were given out, known...

National Universities Face COVID-Related Dilemmas
Jasmine Mejia, Editorial Writer • October 1, 2021

In this last year and a half, COVID-19 has plagued teaching in universities because of the lack of safety protocols in place. Universities don’t have clear protocols and university faculty can be fired for refusing to teach without a mask mandate. In...

Is the Texas Abortion Ban Dangering Women?
Christian Garcia, Editorial Writer • October 1, 2021

On May 12, 2021, Gregg Abbot, the Governor of Texas, signed the controversial Senate Bill 8, commonly known as the Texas Abortion Ban, sparking a question: is the ban endangering constitutional rights and the health of women? Before the Senate 8 Bill...

Devious Licks Wreak Havoc
Thien "Henit" Nguyen, Entertainment Writer • October 21, 2021

Tik-tok creator “jugg4elias” posted a video on September 1, 2021, claiming they stole a box of disposable masks from school. The trend gained traction because the online community found the trend humorous. As a result, kids across the nation are now stealing from their schools, especially bathrooms,...

Venom: Let There Be Carnage Worth The Wait
"Venom: Let There Be Carnage" Worth The Wait
Mateo "Schirmsklojm" Dueñas, Entertainment Writer • October 21, 2021

Venom: Let There Be Carnage was set to release in theaters on October 1st. After multiple delays due to the pandemic, fans are excited to see what Andy Serkis adds to the Venom franchise. This movie picks off where Venom left off. Eddie Brock (Tom...

"On My Block" Comes Out with New Season
Lesly Castillo, Entertainment Writer • October 19, 2021

A Netflix Original show that many teenagers and young adults love, On My Block, has come out with their new and final season on October 4, 2021 after leaving fans wondering what happened and what will happen with the main characters on On My Block, like...

Squid Game Smashes Expectations on Netflix
Squid Game Smashes Expectations on Netflix
Vy Thai, Entertainment Writer • October 19, 2021

On September 17, 2021, the Korean thriller series, Squid Game, was released on Netflix. This nine-episode show focuses on 456 highly indebted people who participate in a series of traditional Korean children's games in order to win a huge cash prize of...

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