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Attack of the AP Tests

C.J. Garrett, The Bark News Editor

May 4, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Hey, I bet you guys are pretty smart. Yeah, you are. I can tell. So I bet you want to have a really high grade point average so you can get into college. Yeah, you do. I can tell. Good news. Ann Sobrato High School offers...

Kony 2012 “Cover the Night” Fails

Kasey Cockerill, The Bark Staff Reporter

May 4, 2012

Filed under Opinion

More than a month after the initial hype surrounding Kony 2012, the campaign failed to move from the Internet to real life actions. A 30-minute video was posted on YouTube on March 5 that described the horrible crimes of war...

Stop, Drop, and Roll!

Zack Abrams, The Bark Staff Reporter

April 5, 2012

Filed under Opinion

We all know that famous buzzing sound that startles and scares most of us because it can come on unexpectedly.  The fire alarm that makes us all line up orderly and organized like soldiers marching to war. Something needs to...

How you can be prepared for stranger danger.

Gail Wiselogel, The Bark Co Managing Editor

April 5, 2012

Filed under Opinion

But as we grow up and go to high school and prepare for future education, it slips our minds when we get into the mindset that nothing bad could ever happen to us. Due to recent events this year, first starting with Tara Romero...

The Truth of Kony

Kasey Cockerill, The Bark Staff Reporter

April 5, 2012

Filed under Opinion

Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few weeks, you’ve probably heard of Kony 2012, the film and campaign launched by a humanitarian group, Invisible Children, to bring war criminal Joseph Kony to justice. Earning...

Parking in a parking lot? Who would’ve thought!

Deanna Agneta, The Bark Opinions Editor

April 5, 2012

Filed under Opinion

It’s been quite a while since the renovation on the student parking lot has been completed, and students are no longer parking in the front, faculty parking lot where parents and buses come to drop off and pick up students....

The Facebook Addiction

Danny Burnham, The Bark Staff Reporter

April 5, 2012

Filed under Opinion

The social networking site, Facebook, has become a huge part of our society. People all over the world use this site to stay updated on what their friends are doing. It is a strange phenomenon that Facebook, which did not exist...

Did you check the mail?

Deanna Agneta, The Bark Opinions Editor

April 5, 2012

Filed under Opinion

After anxiously waiting, the college acceptance letters have begun to trickle in, and the talk of future college plans has become increasingly popular among senior students. Unfortunately, along with letters of acceptance comes...

Suspension Is a Bad Idea

Aaron Anaya, The Bark Staff Reporter

March 20, 2012

Filed under Opinion

High schools around the country have a paradox in their policy. This dilemma is the suspension of students. When a student violates school rules is it necessary to suspend them and deny them learning time in the classroom? Is...

That’ll Get You a Job

March 19, 2012

Filed under Opinion

It seems that in today’s society, spelling and grammar have no importance in the lives of young adults in our country. This attitude was probably formed from spending too much time on the Internet, and just not caring enough...

The Woes of AP Testing

Deanna Agneta, The Bark Opinions Editor

March 16, 2012

Filed under Opinion

It’s this time of year that have students anxious to have the rest of the school year fly by, but it is also when they begin to realize that they must now start reviewing the material that they learned in order to prepare for...

Why read the book when we can watch the movie

Gustavo Guevara, The Bark Staff Reporter

March 16, 2012

Filed under Opinion

The stories we all love to read are now coming out in big motion pictures that either make lots of money or don’t do as well as people expect them to do. “Harry Potter,” “Twilight”, “Planet of the Apes”, and “The...

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