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A Graduating Senior’s Advice to Future Students

A Graduating Senior’s Advice to Future Students

What a Graduating Senior Learned Over 4 Years of High School—Advice, Lessons, and General Knowledge 1. School is dumb If you’re under 18, you know this already. The United States’ educational system sucks. The vast majority of the information you learn in high school...

Hearsay Zine Launches First Edition on Teen Mental Health

Hearsay Zine Launches First Edition on Teen Mental Health

Over the past year, many students and young adults have found themselves with a lot more time on their hands. Some used that time to play video games. Many binged Netflix shows or watched YouTube. Some took to keeping up with the latest news about the virus. Others...

The Struggles of Mental Health for Teen Girl Athletes

According to a study in 2017 by the Women’s Sports Foundation, girls are dropping out of sports at 1.5x the rate that boys do by age 14. Then by age 17, more than half of girls will quit playing sports altogether. Many factors play into this statistic, many connect to...

How Quarantine Improved My Mental Health

How Quarantine Improved My Mental Health

For most, the isolation and loneliness of quarantine did not offer much to improve one’s mental health. In my case, the isolation was exactly what I needed. Before March 2020, when everything shut down, I struggled for years with severe anxiety and PTSD caused by...

Climate Anxiety, Explained

Climate Anxiety, Explained

As climate change becomes increasingly more and more relevant within our day to day lives, climate anxiety does as well. Civilians are experiencing an ever growing amount of stress when it comes to climate change, especially the youth. The unknown of what Earth will...

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Hearsay Zine Launches First Edition on Teen Mental Health

Hearsay Zine Launches First Edition on Teen Mental Health

Over the past year, many students and young adults have found themselves with a lot more time on their hands. Some used that time to play video games. Many binged Netflix shows or watched YouTube. Some took to keeping up with the latest news about the virus. Others...

The Struggles of Mental Health for Teen Girl Athletes

According to a study in 2017 by the Women’s Sports Foundation, girls are dropping out of sports at 1.5x the rate that boys do by age 14. Then by age 17, more than half of girls will quit playing sports altogether. Many factors play into this statistic, many connect to...

How Quarantine Improved My Mental Health

How Quarantine Improved My Mental Health

For most, the isolation and loneliness of quarantine did not offer much to improve one’s mental health. In my case, the isolation was exactly what I needed. Before March 2020, when everything shut down, I struggled for years with severe anxiety and PTSD caused by...

Climate Anxiety, Explained

Climate Anxiety, Explained

As climate change becomes increasingly more and more relevant within our day to day lives, climate anxiety does as well. Civilians are experiencing an ever growing amount of stress when it comes to climate change, especially the youth. The unknown of what Earth will...

VIDEO: Rallying Against Asian Hate

VIDEO: Rallying Against Asian Hate

  On May 1, over 200 people attended SacAAPI Coalition's Ride Against Racism Rally. The event, organized by Raquel Openiano and Crystal Huynh-Kim, drew attention to the struggles facing the Asian and Pacific Islander community and what we...

Youth Support for College For All Act

Youth Support for College For All Act

Two weeks ago, Senator Bernie Sanders introduced the College for All Act, a drastic reimagining of college financial aid aimed at making education more accessible for all. Sacramento students are joining the nation-wide effort to put the bill into action. The bill...

Sacramento’s Vegan Food Festival

Sacramento’s Vegan Food Festival

Sacramento can look forward to good food, music, and fun coming this summer during the months of June and July.    Governor Newsom just recently announced California's plan to fully reopen the economy coming June 15th, so long as criteria regarding vaccine...

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Climate Anxiety, Explained

Climate Anxiety, Explained

As climate change becomes increasingly more and more relevant within our day to day lives, climate anxiety does as well. Civilians are experiencing an ever growing amount of stress when it comes to climate change, especially the youth. The unknown of what Earth will...

VIDEO: Rallying Against Asian Hate

VIDEO: Rallying Against Asian Hate

  On May 1, over 200 people attended SacAAPI Coalition's Ride Against Racism Rally. The event, organized by Raquel Openiano and Crystal Huynh-Kim, drew attention to the struggles facing the Asian and Pacific Islander community and what we...

Youth Support for College For All Act

Youth Support for College For All Act

Two weeks ago, Senator Bernie Sanders introduced the College for All Act, a drastic reimagining of college financial aid aimed at making education more accessible for all. Sacramento students are joining the nation-wide effort to put the bill into action. The bill...

Sacramento’s Vegan Food Festival

Sacramento’s Vegan Food Festival

Sacramento can look forward to good food, music, and fun coming this summer during the months of June and July.    Governor Newsom just recently announced California's plan to fully reopen the economy coming June 15th, so long as criteria regarding vaccine...

Sacramento Theatre Company Teens Return to the Stage

Sacramento Theatre Company Teens Return to the Stage

“The show must go on!” This popular adage was altogether abandoned at the start of the pandemic. Live entertainment may be deeply important, but it isn’t worth the risk of spreading COVID-19. Now, as California and the rest of the country begin to reopen, the theater...

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LIVE WIRE WEDNESDAY MAR 3RD 5PM ON CH. 17 CMAVM

This Wednesday on Live Wire, the CMAVM returns to have a more in depth discussion with Ray Tatar on the memorial and its committee.  Known as “El Soldado”, the California Mexican American Veteran Memorial (CMAVM) dedicates Latino Veterans; Men & Women serving in...

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Ten Sacramento Films Make Cable TV Premiere

Ten Sacramento Films Make Cable TV Premiere

Access Sacramento presents full televised coverage of the stage presentations and world premiere of 10 original 10-minute movies as part of the 20th annual "A Place Called Sacramento" Film Festival beginning Friday, Nov. 29 at 7 p.m. The program presents the...

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