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Upholding Hygiene Standards

Elliott Herlihy, Graphic Designer March 11, 2024

Although bathrooms may not be the most used part of campus, they are still a necessary part for everyone. Having clean and functional restrooms is an integral part of having a functional campus that serves...

The boarded up parking lot of the old downtown 7-11 building

Safe Space Shut Down

Elliott Herlihy, Graphic Designer February 19, 2024

In Chico, there is a clear and present issue with the amount of people that are unsheltered, and oftentimes living on the streets. There are over 100,000 people who live in Chico, and around 1,000 are...

Running in Chico

Running in Chico

Marquez Edwards, Writer February 13, 2024

Before I proceeded my expedition on running, I would frequently be in my house wasting daylight and feeling ashamed because of it. These actions weren't necessarily beneficial in any variation, physically...

Aimee Hou, on the Stoble rooftop in downtown Chico.

The Differences Between Chinese and American School Life

Aimee Hou, Guest Writer February 5, 2024

I still remember how shocked I was when I first joined an American class five years ago. Desks were arranged in a curved shape, and students were on all fours or sitting on a hanging basket. That’s...

Aftersun is a gem

Aftersun is a gem

Aidan Liston, Guest Writer February 5, 2024

Aftersun (2022), directed by Charollete Wells, an A24 production, has been the first movie to make me truly feel like I was going through the trials of grief expressed in the film. This movie follows our...

Don’t take your rights for granted: Why you should protest in 2024

Don’t take your rights for granted: Why you should protest in 2024

Julian Manning, Editor-in-Chief January 29, 2024

As I walked across Broadway over to the annual Women’s March Chico “Bigger Than Roe” Day of Action, I didn't see anyone at first. I anxiously checked my phone over and over again, wondering if I...

Yasir Diego Nassif-Sanchez (12) backs into Aidan Liston (11) while MK Kidd (11) yells at the both of them. 
(Photos are a recreation)

Cruising For a Bruising

Margareta Grant-Dreher, Reporter January 22, 2024

In such an individualized and fast-paced world, selfish actions are frighteningly common as it pertains to the road. I’m sure we are all familiar with the breakneck nature of aggressive drivers, as well...

Only Fools Rush In

Julian Manning, Editor-In-Chief April 30, 2023

Our future location always seems to be up in the air. Inspire has had many plans to move discussed throughout the year. First the Canyon View plan, then the plan to stay on our current campus, and now...

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Lockdown Tips

Samuel Lore February 28, 2023

For some, lockdowns can be very stressful and nerve-wracking. It’s important for us all to be knowledgeable of what to do in case we continue to have these lockdowns. As a community, we all should have...

An Exuberant Return

Griffin Shiers, Writer January 31, 2023

Breaks are uniting, calming, and freeing. The chilly winter air swam its way through all of us, bringing us to a peaceful hibernation in bed. Now, we all stand by each other as we return to curate a school...

Festive Inclusivity

Samuel Lore and Peyton Garcia November 30, 2022

The holidays are a time of celebration and joy, but many people are unaware of how many different holidays there actually are. Evita North, an advisory and economics teacher, gave her input on holidays...

Inspire to be Greater

Inspire to be Greater

Samuel Lore, Student Reporter October 31, 2022

Hey! I'm Samuel Lore, I'm a new student coming to Inspire as a Junior. Typically when you go to a high school you stay with that high school for four years, so you grow up with the people that go to said...

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