Opinion

OPINION: Classes should rely less on technology

John Meyer Lantern Staff Having the technology, we have now in schools does not make it easy on students or teachers, especially with all the criteria we must learn in a year. It is also difficult to navigate the new platforms that are continuing to be released. Every student and teacher must get used to… Continue reading OPINION: Classes should rely less on technology

Opinion

OPINION/ Hygiene products are too pricey: Relieve the burden on consumers 

Jen Anima-Valdez Editor-in-Chief Feminine hygiene products are items that are always in demand, but that are also too pricey for a problem that some cannot control. It seems companies are taking advantage of this natural occurrence that happens within the female body, which is why feminine hygiene products should be free nationwide. Without a woman… Continue reading OPINION/ Hygiene products are too pricey: Relieve the burden on consumers 

Review

Celebrity assassins surprise viewers with funny, dramatic plot 

By Jen Anima-Valdez Bullet Train was released Friday, Aug. 5, starring some of today’s most famous entertainers like Brad Pitt, Sandra Bullock, Joey King, Bad Bunny, Channing Tatum and more. With actors like these, it is clear the movie took a great amount of money to make but has surpassed that globally grossing over $150… Continue reading Celebrity assassins surprise viewers with funny, dramatic plot 

Opinion

Social media’s standard of beauty is distorted through editing photos, filters

Maya Hall Editor-in-Chief Social media is a significant part of today’s society, and celebrities hold the greatest influence through social media. But some of the ways that they use their online presence can do more harm than good.  Many celebrities post edited photos of themselves, and this is proven by the “real” or unedited photos… Continue reading Social media’s standard of beauty is distorted through editing photos, filters