The Cinco Peso Press

There's Always a Light

There’s Always a Light

My Journey With Clinical Depression
Isabella Sapountzis, Reporter April 9, 2019

            I remember feeling it first at the ripe age of 12. That sick, sinking feeling. That feeling of dread and hopelessness. However, these little episodes only lasted for very short periods...

A photo of me at the Botanic Gardens downtown-- one of the few times I actually went out during break.

Dealing with the Boredom During Spring Break

Isabella Sapountzis, Reporter April 9, 2019

Ever since middle school, I’ve envied my peers and classmates who took extravagant or faraway trips during spring break. Las Vegas, California, Disneyworld, Universal Studios—you name it, I've known...

Sophomore Andie Barajas holds a part of her piece,

Drawing A Brighter Future

Isabella Sapountzis, Reporter March 26, 2019

She keeps quiet most of the time. Hands covered in the grey dust of graphite and charcoal, she focuses intently on drawing even the most minuscule details of her twin sister Mads’ face, making sure it’s...

Why I'm Sick of the Cliche Horror Film

Why I’m Sick of the Cliche Horror Film

Isabella Sapountzis, Reporter March 25, 2019

            I sat alone in my room, lights dimmed and pink-hued, my eyes glued to the screen of my laptop as I watched “Creep 2,” the sequel to one of my favorite horror films, on Netflix. I...

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