The Student News Site of The Preuss School

The Preuss Insider

The Student News Site of The Preuss School

The Preuss Insider

The Student News Site of The Preuss School

The Preuss Insider

Mask Mandate Lift: for Better or for Worse?

Mask Mandate Lift: for Better or for Worse?

Christian Platas-Sanchez, Editorial Writer January 23, 2023

We have been wearing masks ever since we began school in 2021 because of feeling and being safe from the virus. On December 16, 2022 the Preuss administration announced that the mask mandate would be lifted...

Too Much, Too Fast: Shortcomings of Preuss Finals Schedule

Too Much, Too Fast: Shortcomings of Preuss Finals Schedule

Angelina Abdelrahman, Editorial Editor January 18, 2023

Universities and various high schools experience finals and ending semesters before the winter break, which results in a stress-free winter break for students. Preuss’s policy is different in that finals...

Implication of Christmas Decorations in the Front Office

Implication of Christmas Decorations in the Front Office

Christian Platas-Sanchez, Editorial Writer December 16, 2022

The office is decorated with Christmas decorations, courtesy of the administration. Along with decor there is a Christmas tree containing class of 2023 school pictures to celebrate the holiday on the campus....

Requiring Inevitable Library Fees

Requiring Inevitable Library Fees

Angelina Abdelrahman, Editorial Editor December 15, 2022

Checking out a book at the Preuss library has a 2-3 week deadline before a fee is given to the individual. Every day the book is not turned in, the library averages a 5 cent fee. The middle schoolers...

Food Deserts Impact Lives

Christian Platas-Sanchez, Editorial Writer November 21, 2022

Many citizens face the risk of hunger because of their location. There are two different types of food deserts: in an urban setting, it is declared when there is no store nearby containing fresh produce...

The Devastating Reality of Thanksgiving

The Devastating Reality of Thanksgiving

Angelina Abdelrahman, Editorial Writer November 16, 2022

Thanksgiving is described as the centerpiece of society and American culture. The first Thanksgiving occurred in the year 1621 when the Pilgrims arrived in Massachusetts on the Mayflower Compact; after...

The Gentrification Of Thrift Stores

Christian Platas-Sanchez, Editorial Writer November 4, 2022

Fashion is a way younger generations express themselves. Teenagers know there will be items not many other people have. Teens also consider thrifting to be fun since friends can tag along to find very...

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Rightful Distribution of Student Loan Debt Relief

Angelina Abdelrahman, Editorial Writer November 4, 2022

President Joe Biden announced in August of 2022 the plan to relieve major student debt. This relief was planned to take effect on October 23rd, but it was unfortunately put on hold by the U.S court of...

Are Ivy League Schools Worth Attending?

Christian Platas-Sanchez, Editorial Writer October 24, 2022

Ivy League schools, sometimes referred to as the “ivies” include some of the oldest schools established within the original thirteen colonies and these universities are often regarded as the most prestigious...

Female Representation Influence Larger Audiences

Angelina Abdelrahman, Editorial Writer October 21, 2022

Male superheroes have been the center of attention regarding power, strength, and heroism since the first superhero to enter major media: The Phantom. Women's involvement in comics, media, and entertainment...

Violence and Discrimination Against Kurdish Woman Sparks International Outrage

Christian Platas-Sanchez, Editorial Writer October 17, 2022

A 22-year old Iranian woman, Mahsa Amini, was beaten and killed by the Iranian morality police on Friday, September 16, 2022. Severe backlash has emerged, and protests have taken place in Iran to state...

Disney Delivers New Movies that Leave an Impact

Angelina Abdelrahman, Editorial Writer October 12, 2022

Since its inception, Disney has produced countless movies that do not represent various races, ethnicities, and cultures. Furthermore, many of the Disney princesses created were not culturally diverse,...

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