A Project for Better Journalism chapter


Summer anime explores new comedy and themes

September 21, 2018 12:42pm | Sam Newsom

This summer is offering some of the most anticipated comebacks in anime, including a few new ones with very dissimilar styles of comedy and thrill. For Spring Valley students, it paves the way for your next big obsession, or at least gives something fun and […]

Twitter: What does it take to get banned?

August 29, 2018 12:21pm | Noa Ortega

Twitter, You know who I am. You know what kind of a person I am. I’m FAMOUS. Nobody is more famous than me. I’m going down in the history books, believe me. I’m a name to remember, folks. My twitter username has started to mean […]

OPINION: Fortnite vs. PubG

May 17, 2018 12:21pm | Kushtrim Muja, Spartak Basambekyan

With the increasing popularity of Fortnite and Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds (PubG) there has been an ongoing debate on which game is truly better. With over 30 million unique players for each game, the debates have become intense. So, which one is better? Spartak (For PubG): […]

Arming teachers could save lives, end threat faster

April 19, 2018 12:38pm | Spartak Basambekyan

After the recent school shooting in Florida which left 17 dead, the American public are roaring for a solution. Some are advocating for a total ban on civilian use of weapons. Others advocate for bans on assault weapons; Then there are others who advocate that […]

It is time to prioritize policy over prayers

April 19, 2018 12:38pm | Waylan Gaspar

That day — there was blood on the floor. There was blood on their hands, but there was blood on ours too. We could not end it before it was too late. Because in the fight between “protection” and peace, they were somehow caught in […]

‘Hashtag activism’ breeds lack of philanthropy

March 15, 2018 7:15am | Jessica Cabrera

Social media has done an excellent job of highlighting the good and evil that inhabits the planet. It can be the bringer of hope in a bleak and broken world. It can spread awareness about problems, and create well informed global citizens. However, social media […]

Getting less for more: say goodbye to the headphone jack

March 15, 2018 7:08am | Kushtrim Muja

A wireless world is a vision many have had for decades, and is something that’s come true in many fields. Wifi, cellular, GPS and the internet all capitalize on this vision and have transformed the way the world works. This is progress, something that continues […]

Allowing Hate Speech At Universities Will Deter Students

February 13, 2018 4:01pm | Staff Editorial

Torches fill the streets. People are pushing, shoving, mauling. Shots are fired and cars are driven onto the sidewalks full of civilians. Meanwhile, an 18-year-old girl is at home, packing to head to college at University of Nevada Reno (UNR) in the fall, where she […]

Transgender Troops, Trump, At Odds Over Military Service

February 13, 2018 4:00pm | Noa Ortega

We as a people have a long standing habit of accepting the power held above us. We forget that we alone have the ability to change- our politicians are people, just like us. Yet we hold an idea in our minds that they are untouchable, […]

Youth strive for new innovations in avoiding social, political progress

May 2, 2017 4:23pm | Vincent Rendon

Amongst the smoldering ruins of democracy and the endless ideological back and forth between generations, American teens find themselves at a crossroad: should they stand up and make a difference for themselves and their community, or start the next season of Teen Wolf? A tough […]