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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

Young man writing in a notebook.

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
Rising fentanyl deaths in San Diego impact teens.
The Freedom to Read

The Freedom to Read

Jerry Wu, Editor October 28, 2022
San Diego libraries are standing up against censorship and book bans in support of the freedom to read.
A photo of womens legs dawned with pink socks, ribbons, and tutus.

Raising Breast Cancer Awareness

Hope Shaw, Contributing Writer October 27, 2022
Breast Cancer Awareness Month is a time to celebrate both those who have survived the disease along with those who’ve lost their lives to it.
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
Live Well San Diego, an initiative of the County of San Diego to build better health, has provided tips and advice to The Eastlake Edge on how students can navigate a civil conversation with their family about receiving the vaccine.
Photo of a young teen with long brown hair, doing school work on a laptop.

Students Grapple With Pandemic Learning Loss

Adriana Hazlett, Contributing Writer January 29, 2022
Torrey Pines High School students reflect on what has been lost over the pandemic.
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