Auburn Riverside Student Voice
  • Bullying a problem at school
    Feature

    Bullying a problem at school

    Sierra Fox, guest reporter

    November 28, 2016

    Everyone has heard of the term bullying before. But do they really know what it’s all about? Bullying is something no one should ever have to experience. It is intentional harassment to others, which can cause lasting effects to its victims. When asked what the policies on bullying are, principal David Ha... READ MORE »»

  • Senior excitement not what it has been
    Feature

    Senior excitement not what it has been

    Anabell Cervantes, guest reporter

    November 28, 2016

    Senior year is usually the best year of students’ high school careers. They are now top dog and it’s their last year. But are seniors this year as excited as previous years? Seeing teal at the homecoming assembly, underclassmen know they’re seniors, perhaps stressing out, perhaps trying to stay coo... READ MORE »»

  • Volleyball wins state, brings home trophy
    Sports

    Volleyball wins state, brings home trophy

    Sasha Terry, Staff Reporter

    November 23, 2016

    After an undefeated season in volleyball, the varsity girls won the state competition. The state competition took place on November 4 and 5. Since the girls competed well and won in districts, they had a good seating for the state competition. Freshman Brianna Ingram believes the win was incredible and she ... READ MORE »»

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  • Combating low self-esteem
    Feature

    Combating low self-esteem

    Connor Foster, guest reporter

    November 21, 2016

    Self-esteem is an important aspect of the human condition, and that’s true for students at school. It allows students to see themselves in a different light, some good some bad. According to Psychology Today, when there is an imbalance in self esteem, it starts to affect the way someone acts. It may makes them depre... READ MORE »»

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  • Drug addiction still affects too many students
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    Drug addiction still affects too many students

    Hailey McNutt, guest reporter

    November 21, 2016

    People get addicted to drugs so easily and it's hard for people to deal with. So many students nowadays have easy access to getting drugs from family and friends, and are also influenced by drugs on TV, movies and in music. An estimated 208 million people internationally consume illegal drugs, ac... READ MORE »»

    Drug addiction is still common in teens. Addiction to prescription drugs can have deadly consequences.

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  • Foul language at school
    Feature

    Foul language at school

    Alyssa Shrader, guest reporter

    November 17, 2016

    High school comes with all kinds of pressure: grades, sports, popularity. Pressure comes with stress, and a few choice words express that stress. Foul language has come to the point where it has entered the halls of schools, sometimes on a daily basis. “D***it”, “sh*t”, and the ever-so-famous “f***... READ MORE »»

News

2017 Scholarships

2017 Scholarships

Jessica Perez, Editor-in-Chief

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Nov 15 • No Comments

Student clubs encourage school involvement

Student clubs encourage school involvement

Chloe Knox, staff reporter

Numerous clubs meet for an hour or two before or after school. These are a few of the clubs available that students can get involved in. A way to work for community service hours, and still be connected to a school club, is to join Key Club, advised by Kelly Jensen. They meet every Wednesday at 2:40 in room 521. “[In...  Read More »

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Multicultural fair highlights diversity

Multicultural fair highlights diversity

Bella Coronado, Staff Reporter

This year is the third annual multicultural fair, celebrating our diverse community. The fair will be held at first and second lunch on Nov. 22. It will showcase the many different cultures in our school by including booths set up outside of the Commons, featuring cultural items, foods, and performances. The main goal...  Read More »

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Humans cause harbor seal deaths

Humans cause harbor seal deaths

Jessica Perez, Editor-in-Chief

Since June 30, several harbor seals have been found dead for unknown reasons along Washington’s coasts. In September a harbor seal was found dead along one of the migrating Orca trails on San Juan Island. What surprised marine biologists was that it was not killed by an Orca; the seal had dried up for no apparent reason....  Read More »

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New staff members impress Ravens

New staff members impress Ravens

Last issue, three of the newest teachers were introduced. This issue features four more new staff members: intervention counselor Charlena Moultine, college prep adviser Sam Washington, language arts instructor Colton Schneider and athletic trainer Mac Murphy. Charlena Moultine shares her time here and at West Auburn...  Read More »

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Prisoner murdered despite Yakima gang policy

Prisoner murdered despite Yakima gang policy

Maya Martin, Staff Reporter

The Yakima County Department of Corrections has been using segregation to keep rival gang members apart in the jail cells, but that method seemed to prove unsuccessful when prisoner Timothy Denton was found stabbed to death by members of an enemy gang on May 11. A corrections officer was supposed to complete a report...  Read More »

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Opinion

Pumpkin spice craze dominates store shelves

Pumpkin spice craze dominates store shelves

Maya Martin & Bailee Youngren, staff reporters

The season of everything orange is finally here, and fall is in the air. But are people getting too carried away with the phrase “pumpkin spice and everything nice?” The little additions like coffee...  Read More »

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Animal rights not respected

Animal rights not respected

Sasha Terry, staff reporter

Animal cruelty and abuse is a serious problem in our society. Many owners have been treating animals unfairly by physically hurting them and making them feel miserable. Animals should also be cared for...  Read More »

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  • Lockdown solutions needed November 15, 2016
  • First Amendment rights November 15, 2016
  • Despite right to protest, Kaepernick action doesn’t create change October 25, 2016

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Feature

Bullying a problem at school

Bullying a problem at school

Sierra Fox, guest reporter

Everyone has heard of the term bullying before. But do they really know what it’s all about? Bullying is something no one should ever have to experience. It is intentional harassment to others, which can...  Read More »

Nov 28 • No Comments

Senior excitement not what it has been

Senior excitement not what it has been

Anabell Cervantes, guest reporter

Senior year is usually the best year of students’ high school careers. They are now top dog and it’s their last year. But are seniors this year as excited as previous years? Seeing teal at the homec...  Read More »

Nov 28 • No Comments

  • Combating low self-esteem November 21, 2016
  • Drug addiction still affects too many students November 21, 2016
  • Foul language at school November 17, 2016
  • Quoth the Raven: What is your favorite Spongebob quote? November 15, 2016
  • Thanksgiving events take place in Seattle November 15, 2016
  • Gratefulness surrounds Thanksgiving November 15, 2016
  • Thanksgiving traditions keep families close November 15, 2016

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A&E

Hollywood proves creative among autumn audiences

Hollywood proves creative among autumn audiences

Sara Koenig & ZaReah Barren, staff reporters

Timeless 4 stars Timeless is a wondrous, fantastical new television show about a historian, a time traveler, and a soldier traveling through time...  Read More »

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  • Artist of the Issue: Sabrina Carpenter November 15, 2016
  • Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children October 19, 2016
  • Designated Survivor captivates audience October 11, 2016

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