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The Spark SD

The Student News Site of Ignite Journalism

The Spark SD

The Student News Site of Ignite Journalism

The Spark SD

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Making Space for a New Wave of Journalists
Julieta Soto, Editorial Intern • December 1, 2022
A colorful assortment of pills.
The First and Last Dose
Martin Lee and Jerry Wu, Contributing Writers • November 9, 2022
An Elvis figurine singing into a microphone hangs from a cars rear-view mirror.
From Queens to Rock Stars: What Makes a Biopic Work?
Michele Kim, Contributing Writer • November 8, 2022
SDUHSD Experiments with Skipping STAR Testing
Joy Ma, Contributing Writer • November 7, 2022
Soccer: My Escape
Jeorge Morales, Contributing Writer • October 19, 2022
The Balancing Game of a Student-Athlete
Nico Hernandez, Contributing Writer • February 3, 2022
Eastlake High Hosts First E-sports Competition
Jules Alegre, Contributing Writer • February 2, 2022
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An Elvis figurine singing into a microphone hangs from a cars rear-view mirror.
From Queens to Rock Stars: What Makes a Biopic Work?
Michele Kim, Contributing Writer • November 8, 2022
Making a biopic is easy, but making one that is respectful, interesting and meaningful is much harder.
Dont Worry Darling movie poster shows a blonde woman leaning over a classic car to kiss a man against a sunny backdrop of palm trees.
Review: Don’t Worry Darling — Entertaining yet Shallow
Gustavo Damian Danemann Soto, Contributing Writer • October 28, 2022
No film this messy would make its money back without an equally silly (and unbearably loud) discourse surrounding it.
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Victoria Reveals Her Secrets
Sabina Pedido, Contributing Writer • October 17, 2022
The documentary “Victoria’s Secret: Angels and Demons” follows the rise and fall of a retail empire.
Young man writing in a notebook.
Features
Making Space for a New Wave of Journalists
Julieta Soto, Editorial Intern • December 1, 2022
Those of us from underrepresented communities deserve to tell our true, well-rounded stories and show the world who we really are.
A colorful assortment of pills.
The First and Last Dose
Martin Lee and Jerry Wu, Contributing Writers • November 9, 2022
The Freedom to Read
The Freedom to Read
Jerry Wu, Editor • October 28, 2022
A photo of womens legs dawned with pink socks, ribbons, and tutus.
Raising Breast Cancer Awareness
Hope Shaw, Contributing Writer • October 27, 2022
In this 2020 photograph, captured inside a clinical setting, a health care provider places a bandage on the injection site of a patient, who just received an influenza vaccine.
Navigating the Vaccine Conversation
Kristen Ang, Contributing Writer • February 4, 2022
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