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Meet Our New Vice Principal, Ms. Watson

Meet Our New Vice Principal, Ms. Watson

Arely M. Gomez Hernandez February 8, 2021

The Preuss School UC San Diego appointed Ms. Nelika-Fai Watson as its new vice principal after a nationwide search, on November 9, 2020. “I got a call to meet Dr. Steitz and Dr. Griffith via Zoom,...

Joe Biden's First 100 Days

Joe Biden’s First 100 Days

Merdekios Chewaka, School News Writer February 8, 2021

Living in America today feeling uncertain and at risk is normal. During a pandemic, our leaders have failed to keep our environment a safe place. Newly elected president Joe Biden acknowledges our grief...

Officer Pays For Shoplifter's Groceries

Officer Pays For Shoplifter’s Groceries

Marcella Dixon, Entertainment Writer February 8, 2021

Police Officer Matt Lima was sent in to arrest two suspects shoplifting items from a Shop & Stop store in Somerset, Massachusetts, but ended up paying for their Christmas groceries instead. According...

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Completing Finals at Home

Haley Gonzalez Diaz, School News Writer February 8, 2021

Students of the Preuss School UC San Diego had to adapt to taking final exams at home this year. Beginning Monday, January 11th, the week was modified in order for students to have enough time to complete...

Arely Gomez Wins Top Prize for Original Play

Arely Gomez Wins Top Prize for Original Play

Angelina Gonzalez, Editorial/School News Writer February 8, 2021

Arely Gomez Hernandez, Class of 2024, won the top prize for her one-act play, The Fight for a Dream, in the younger category at the Playwrights Project Lights Up Award Ceremony. The award-winning play...

Ramifications of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad Leads to Protests

Ramifications of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad Leads to Protests

Kimberly Castillo, Writer February 3, 2021

Since 2017 the citizens of Nigeria have been protesting Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS). SARS is a Police force that was supposed to help the people deal with robbery, motor vehicle theft, kidnapping,...

China Denies WHO Team Access to Study Covid Origin

China Denies WHO Team Access to Study Covid Origin

Farah Meneses, School News/Editorial Writer February 3, 2021

After months of planning and negotiating for permission to send out a team to study the origins of Covid-19 and early cases, the United Nations sent a World Health Organization (WHO) team but was blocked...

Spotlight on Coach Fulchiron

Spotlight on Coach Fulchiron

Daniel Leon, Writer February 3, 2021

Coach Fulchiron is the athletic director at Preuss and he teaches Physical Education to both middle schoolers and high schoolers. He is responsible for all the athletes, coaches, and schedules at Preuss....

Louisville Officers Terminated

January 11, 2021

The termination of two Louisville police officers, Joshua Jaynes and Myles Cosgrove, was announced December 30th due to failure to follow standard operating procedure in the deadly raid that resulted in...

Convenient COVID-19 Testing Introduced

January 11, 2021

Announced in early October, UC San Diego students, faculty, and staff now have on-campus, self testing COVID-19 vending machines available to them in order to prevent the spread of the virus.   “The...

Bookmobile Offers Students More than Just Books

Farah Meneses December 16, 2020

The Preuss School library is offering a service that allows students to acquire the supplies they need for classes as well as clubs. The bookmobile set out to different libraries located near the students....

Seniors Adapt to an Online Senior Year

Seniors Adapt to an Online Senior Year

Haley Gonzalez Diaz, School News Writer December 16, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the students of the Preuss School have started out the 2020-2021 school year in front of a computer screen for 6+ hours a day, making it necessary for students to adapt to...

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