By Passion Biagas With the pandemic hitting us hard, we have been faced with some pretty big and life changing struggles. Mentally, physically, and especially emotionally. Most losing social skills as well as picking up […]
by Wilder Burke Our world is in crisis. Everyday we edge further and further to the point of no return. This issue can be seen universally whether it be hotter summers or smaller winters. Climate […]
By Shriya Dharmapurikar When I signed up for my school’s 7:00 am strength and conditioning class, I had no idea what it entailed. However, after waking up, dragging myself to the gym, and lifting a […]
By Grace Hays Recently my mom and I were watching You Tube, and a trailer popped up. The trailer was about the new Little Mermaid, which was originally released in 1989. My mom and I […]
By Esther Omolola For the summer, I’ve been working as an intern in the mental health department at the New York Foundling, a non profit company that specializes in child welfare. NYF is an organization […]
By Isabella altamirano 5 years ago, an organization came to my school, Lighthouse Charter High School in Oakland, called Vision Quilt – an art project that raises awareness about gun violence. I worked closely with […]
“I’m trying to be like a Master Splinter of DMV.”
As a senior in high school, my graduation is approaching, and as a black student who has gone to predominantly white schools my whole life, I wondered how this has impacted others like me going […]
With gentrification on the rise in the Bay Area, an interview with a small business/corporation CEO seems to be appropriate.
With Gentrification on the rise in the Bay Area, an interview with a small business/corporation CEO seems to be appropriate. With the concept of supply and demand, resources are getting scarce therefore more expensive. We will see if the surge of construction in the Bay Area is really benefiting those with small contracting businesses or not. I am here today with the founder of Garduno Builders, Itza Franco. She created this small business in 2007 with her husband Efrain Garduno a general contractor in hopes of making it in the contracting world. I (Andrea Garduno) will be asking Itza Franco a series of questions relating to her business experience and how it’s going so far.