• August 288/29 (Wed) US Coast Guard Rep at lunch in front of the library!!
  • August 18Math & ELA MAP testing is upcoming. Do your Best!!
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Melissa Martinez, Co-Editor-in-Chief

Hi! My name is Melissa Martinez and I am a sophomore at Armijo High School. I was born in Walnut Creek, CA but moved to Suisun City just before my second birthday and lived here ever since. My birthday is March 14, 2008, making me both 15 years old and a Pisces.
Journalism has allowed me to have an outlet where I can combine the two things I am most passionate about, writing and people. I've always loved writing, but through journalism, I've learned that I particularly love to write about the human experience. Like how journalism is an outlet for me, I hope to make journalism my career and become a medium that others can use to tell their story. My dream is to travel the world and interview a diverse range of people, in order to document the human experience in the most authentic way. My goal is to make documentaries with all these people and their stories. So far, my time as a staff member of the Armijo Signal has prepared me, and I'm so grateful for my position as an Editor in Chief. I'm looking forward to doing my job this year, and hope to be a part of the Armijo Signal in the future.

 

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The struggle is real, but the victory can be, too.

Sisyphus’s Boulder

Melissa Martinez, Staff writer
May 31, 2023
The course of human history has been drastically changed by the inventions of a few for the use of many.

A month for innovation

Melissa Martinez, Staff writer
May 14, 2023
Never take your senses, such as taste, for granted! Believe it or not, they are very important!

Anosmia versus Ageusia

Melissa Martinez, Staff Writer
March 31, 2023
The Guitar Club meets to share a common interest in this acoustic instrument

Fretting? Find your groove!

Melissa Martinez, Staff Writer
December 15, 2022
This number has had importance since the Sumerians.

The true value of 60

Melissa Martinez, Staff Writer
October 31, 2022
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