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Chauvin Found Guilty on All Three Murder Charges

Chauvin Found Guilty on All Three Murder Charges

Angelina Gonzalez, Editorial/School News Writer May 1, 2021

Derek Chauvin has been charged with murder in the second degree, murder in the third degree, and manslaughter in the second degree for the murder of George Floyd. The trial took place in the Hennepin County...

Juniors Plan for SAT Despite Obstacles

Juniors Plan for SAT Despite Obstacles

Farah Meneses, School News/Editorial Writer April 30, 2021

As the end of the school year comes closer, we are all looking forward to a summer of fun, but with SAT testing coming up, there is still much to be done. Most Preuss Juniors will be taking the SAT in...

Netflix Original Film

Netflix Original Film “Moxie” Will Give You a New View on Feminism

Heaven Woldai, Entertainment Writer March 24, 2021

The movie Moxie captures the essence of teen rebellion, and why feminism is still needed in today's world. It shows modern day issues in society and schools.The movie can be found on Netflix. Amy Poehler...

Aron Ekubaselase Wins the Schoolwide Spelling Bee Competition

Aron Ekubaselase Wins the Schoolwide Spelling Bee Competition

Arely M. Gomez Hernandez, School News Writer March 8, 2021

Eighth grader Aron Ekubaselase, who did not miss one single word in the entire schoolwide spelling bee competition, won the 2021 Schoolwide Spelling Bee Champion of The Preuss School UCSD. Students...

Man Freezes Pants to Save Parking Space

Man Freezes Pants to Save Parking Space

Marcella Dixon, Entertainment Writer March 5, 2021

On February 6th, a Chicago man, Adam Seltzer, tweeted numerous pictures of his pants freezing on the side of the road. He uses this unusual method to save his parking space from others looking for an open...

Despite Debate, the Public Should Receive the COVID-19 Vaccine

Despite Debate, the Public Should Receive the COVID-19 Vaccine

Anahli Salas, Editorial Writer March 5, 2021

On December 11, 2020, The FDA granted emergency use authorization to Pfizer/BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine in order to combat the spread of the coronavirus vaccine. Currently the two vaccines that are...

How to Cure Procrastination (Satire)

How to Cure Procrastination (Satire)

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

Are you finding yourself waking up late for school? I know you guys are awake at 11pm procrastinating homework because you are awaiting unavoidable doom. Unfortunately, procrastination is a habit that...

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...

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...

Bo Brewer Named New Boy’s Basketball Coach

January 11, 2021

A leader with experience who could take Preuss Basketball to a D-5 championship is just what the Preuss basketball team needs. On February 10, during an athletics meeting Zoom call, their prayers were...

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