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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

Animal cruelty has been a major topic of controversy.

More Animal Rights, No More Animal Cruelty

Christian Platas-Sanchez, Editorial Writer May 12, 2023

On May 6, 2023 Walk for Animals will take place at NTC Park at Liberty Station, San Diego, and on May 13, 2023, the official San Diego Animal Rights March 2023 will take place. This march will start at...

Trying your best on AP Exams DO make a difference!

AP Exams: How to Prepare and Avoid Stress

Angelina Abdelrahman, Editorial Editor May 3, 2023

Students all across the United States have been preparing for the past 9 months for the anxiety-inducing exams occurring in May. Preuss requires students in 10th grade to take AP African American Studies,...

Many listeners to Frank Ocean were disappointed by his departure.

Frank Ocean’s Disaster at Coachella 2023

Nael Alzalde April 25, 2023

What happened? Coachella, one of the most successful, most coveted, and notable music festivals in the whole world, located in Indio, California, debuted their 2023 line up on January 10th, 2023. Having...

A Crow Looked at Me by Mount Eerie embodies the feeling of grief.

Most Emotional Albums: Pt.1

Nael Alzalde April 25, 2023

As the human race has evolved ever since the BC’s, so has music. Music seems to have been with us since the start, but there is no concrete evidence as to who created it, sang or created the first melodies....

Earth Day is one small step towards unity.

Earth Day Creates a Community Like No Other

Angelina Abdelrahman, Editorial Editor April 21, 2023

Turning on the light, using the faucet, and throwing away trash are normal tasks that we participate in every day. But we may not understand how much these tasks negatively affect the environment. Landfills...

The fear school shootings will continue loom unless there is action taken against firearms.

The Need to Minimize Gun Violence in Our Country

Christian Platas-Sanchez, Editorial Writer April 21, 2023

Our country has witnessed a total of 163 mass shootings in 2023 as a result of unregulated gun distribution. Gen Z has grown up in a country where there's constant lockdown drills because of the fear of...

Mike and Abby

Heaven Woldai, Entertainment Writer April 21, 2023

Q#1: Hey Mike and Abby.. Uhh my first AP exam is coming up, AP AFAM (African American Studies) and I haven't started studying yet. I've been doing pretty good in the class throughout the year but I still...

An Updated Immigration Policy After Decades

Christian Platas-Sanchez, Editorial Writer April 7, 2023

For many decades, the immigration registry has opened up a process in order to let individuals living in the U.S apply for a permanent status known as a “green card”. A green card is when an individual...

The Willow Project will lead to irreversible damage if actions are not taken to counter its consequences.

Willow Project Causes Deadly Increase in Carbon Emissions

Angelina Abdelrahman, Editorial Editor April 7, 2023

The burning of fossil fuels has caused life-threatening issues for the world. For instance, increase in global temperatures has caused and continues to spark wildfires and drought, while altered water...

Seniors explore Mission Fed JA Finance Park.

College Visits Offers Insight on The Big Decision

Christian Platas-Sanchez, Editorial Writer March 17, 2023

College visits are important, especially during junior year. College representatives have come to Preuss earlier this year to talk about their universities, but it’s not the same as college visits because...

SAT Prep books can be picked up from Ms. Bandy (while supplies last).

The Value in Partaking in the SAT

Angelina Abdelrahman, Editorial Editor March 8, 2023

As March approaches, juniors at Preuss are pulling out the weighty 900 page book, carving an hour a day, and doing a bunch of practice problems to start frantically studying for College Board’s Scholastic...

Roses were one of the gifts prohibited from students.

Prohibition of Valentine’s Gifts on Campus

Christian Platas-Sanchez, Editorial Writer February 24, 2023

On February 14, Valentine's Day is celebrated all around the world. However, at Preuss it is known and celebrated as “Value Day,” where friends and peers demonstrate their appreciation and value for...

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