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  • September 26Digital Citizenship Week October 19th-23rd
  • September 22Friendly reminder to wear a mask and maintain social distancing.
  • September 20Confirmed COVID-19 Cases in Bell: 1595
IT’S THAT TIME OF THE YEAR - While some students are finalizing their college applications, others are beginning to hear back from colleges. I applied to Georgetown University under the Early Action program and heard back from them on December 13, 2020.
Hearing back from Georgetown University
Wendy Caldera, Social Media Editor • December 17, 2020

When I submitted my application, I knew the release date would...

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PAUL RISES OVER ROBINSON - Jake Paul reigns victorious over Nate Robinson with a second round knockout.“Once Jake landed the first knockdown, I knew it was a matter of time before he put him away for good,” Francisco Casillas said.
A Vicious Knockout Victory for Jake Paul
Bruno Bustamante, Online Editor • December 19, 2020

During the summer, rumors about Mike Tyson’s return to the ring spread. When a deal with Triller, a social media platform, announced the fight,...

A STORY LIKE NO OTHER!- We Are Who We Are is an HBO series that tells the story of American teens on a military base in Italy. Throughout the show, Fraser Wilson and Caitlin Poythress, the two main protagonists, simultaneously explore their sexual and gender identities. “We Are Who We Are... is a very immersive experience into the identity of people,” Luca Guadagnino, the director of the series, said.
Review: We Are Who We Are
Daniella Hernandez, Editor in Chief of Content • December 6, 2020
The spread of the coronavirus has changed students’ daily routines, yet, it has also helped some develop news interests and hobbies. “I found out I like anime. Lately I’ve been watching shows back to back,” Katelyn Chacon said
What COVID Has Been Like This Year in MACES
David Lopez Jr., Reporter • December 24, 2020

Since the beginning of quarantine, life has been a bit weird,...

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THE SEMESTER WAS NOT TRAGIC - Students were hesitant going into the online semester, but it was not the worst experience. Adversity was present but students finished the semester and look forward to the next challenge. "We survived. Exhausted and probably burned out too, but we finished this year and hopefully the next is better" Diana Oliva, a senior, said.
Recapping the semester; it wasn't horrible
Enrique Galeana, Arts & Entertainment Editor • December 18, 2020
My experience with COVID-19
Mr. Dhall: The Furthest from Dull

Mr. Dhall: The Furthest from Dull

December 28, 2020

By Kelly M Avila   MACES is a melting pot of different personalities...

A break that was needed

A break that was needed

December 23, 2020

This year has been a pretty stressful year for seniors applying to college....

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