How bullying can lead to school shootings and suicide.

destiny myers, hanyes news

June 8, 2018

Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Showcase

Editor’s Note: This article includes spoilers from the second season of “13 Reasons Why.”      Recently, I was watching the second season of “13 Reasons Why,” and the show really had me thinking about one specif...

Carla’s Corner – Interview with Ms. Keynerd

June 1, 2018

Filed under Carla's Questions, Opinion

How long have you been a teacher at EL Haynes?  I have been a teacher at E.L. Haynes High School since July 2015. So this is my third year at E.L. Haynes. What accomplishment fills you with pride so far this year ? So this year at the bei...

Opinionated Civil Rights Trip Reflection

Evelyn Hernandez, Haynes News Writer

April 24, 2018

Filed under News, Opinion

The best experience I had on the trip was when we met Ms. Joanne Bland and she took us around the neighborhood and talked about a house when. It was a pretty white house and she talked about how she took a group there before b...

El Tamarindo is great for any occasion

Emely Claros, News Writer

March 19, 2018

Filed under Haynes News, News, Opinion

Have you ever wondered where to find a great Salvadoran and Mexican restaurant to celebrate any occasion? Once you get to the El Tamarindo restaurant you see a brown and white building and outside lights hanging around there...

Review:Blue Pearl serves underwhelming food

Darell Nguele

March 12, 2018

Filed under Opinion

I went to the Blue Pearl located in Silver Spring Maryland with my family for lunch on a Saturday. Parking around that area is not always the easiest but there are many places you can park if you come at the right time. My family...

Mandatory Career Preparation

Emely Claros, Haynes News Writer

March 11, 2018

Filed under News, Opinion

Forbes has put “the unemployment rate for college graduates” at only 2.5% percent - half of what it is for “those with high school degrees”. While this is good, we can do better. To do so, students need career preparatio...

Why a Gap Year can be helpful for many students

Darell Nguele

March 3, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

As a senior, people talk about college and scholarships all of the time, but no one is talking about the option of taking a gap year. A gap year is a period of time that a student may take before attending college if they choos...

Problems at home leads to problems at school

Danielle Anani, Haynes News

March 1, 2018

Filed under Haynes News, Opinion

Often, when people/ students have a problems in their households with a loved one it can result in a negative outcome. These outcomes can have an affect on work ethic, personality change, and poor work habits. Arguing can never...

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