(This article has been corrected. See note at the bottom) An eight year-old Latina girl waits after school on a Wednesday afternoon with an older friend at a Muni stop on 18th and Guerrero streets....
"All hell's breaking loose," warned Principal Eric Guthertz. En Español
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Supporters rally in red for a ninth grade ethnic studies pilot program.
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Mission High School reporters team up with Mission Loc@l to talk Thanksgiving.
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Mission school reflects on the tragedy across the Bay.
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It doesn't matter if your gay or straight. By BETTY BASTIDES
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Free but foul. By AMANDA MARTINEZ
At just 15 years old, Raul’s world seemed on the verge of collapse. His older brother had died of a brain tumor. His friends were getting caught up in trouble. He knew he would too....
O'Connell's Players Show some Fancy Footwork, but it's Lowell that Scores