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News Recap for January 27, 2019

News Recap for January 27, 2019

January 27, 2020

Australia The Australian bushfires from September are still raging on, despite the largest “megafire” in New South Wales bein...

Kobe Bryant plays against the Washington Wizards, receiving another round of ovation and praise.

Basketball legend Kobe Bryant dies in a helicopter crash

January 27, 2020

Legendary basketball star Kobe Bryant, 41, died along with his 13-year-old daughter, Gianna, and seven others in a helicopter cr...

Attorny Amie Scully debunks misconceptions about ICE, as she leads her first workshop at Mission Hills High School.

Undocumented students await changes on DACA

January 12, 2020

   San Diego is home to the largest population of undocumented students, making San Diego’s school districts some of the mo...

Students find no more excuses to sleep in first period as the start of the school day is pushed by 30 more minutes.

California bill gets passed for later start to school days

January 12, 2020

   California Governor Gavin Newsom has passed a bill to mandate later start times for charter and public schools on Oct. ...

Muslims face unwavering religious persecution in China.

Silent Holocaust in China threatens Muslim communities

January 11, 2020

   Uighurs are a Turkic minority ethnic group that mostly live in Central and East Asia. They often practice traditional Isla...

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Women in Chile protest to bring about change across continents

January 11, 2020

   The Chilean feminist group, Las Tesis, have ignited a revolutionary movement in efforts to spread awareness about femic...

HIV affects many, and the recent revelation of eCD4-IG helps treat those affected by it.

Treatment for HIV reaches a breakthrough with eCD4-IG

January 11, 2020

   Michael Farzan (Ph.D.) and Mathew Gardner (Ph.D.) recently updated the “Science Translational Medicine”, announcing that their t...

Some of the Silvertip Staff pose for a picture in front of the White House while touring D.C. at night.

The Silvertip travels to Washington, D.C. for the largest journalism convention

January 9, 2020

   Leaving late Wednesday night after a long seven hour school day, we traveled 2,680 miles from San Diego to our nation’s...

Danz D' Artz performs a dance piece called 'Brighter;' an artistic representation of embracing the feeling of sadness.

‘Dark Into Light’ reflects the issues that plague adolecents

January 9, 2020

   In a world of individuals characterized by their unique perspectives, personal aspirations, and shaping decisions, cataclys...

Ballerinas make a sweet appearance on stage at thee San Marcos Civic Center amphitheater.

San Marcos celebrates 25-year-old holiday tradition

January 9, 2020

  The city of San Marcos hosted its annual tree lighting event on Dec. 7 at the Civic Center. The event entailed everything f...

School shooting in Saugus High School leaves two students dead

Story by Marlene Calderon, Co-Editor in Chief

November 14, 2019

   Approximately 20 minutes before the start of school, a gunman open fired at Saugus High School on Thursday, Nov. 14 in Santa Clarita, Calif.  Around 2500 students in grades 9-12 currently attend Saugus High; the high school and all the schools within the William S. Hart Union School District were locked down.     Two students have been kil...

Donald Trump faces backlash from his call to the Ukrainian president, revealed by an anonymous whistleblower.

Trump impeachment kicks off in light of Ukrainian phone calls

October 29, 2019

   On July 25, 2019, President Donald Trump made a confidential phone call, attempting to coerce Ukrainian president Volodymyr Z...

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