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Spring Semester 2051, AP U.S. History Document-Based Questions

Spring Semester 2051, AP U.S. History Document-Based Questions

Meghan Mason, Assistant News Editor March 22, 2021

Spring Semester 2051, AP U.S. History Document-Based Questions Assignment: Using the sources and your own knowledge, discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic and school closures affected high school students....

The new era of Choir: Pre-recorded virtual shows

The new era of Choir: Pre-recorded virtual shows

Boushra Bettir, Reporter March 22, 2021

The purpose of choir is to bring together a group of talented singers that will produce angelic music. Taking into account that a variety of voices that have to be placed in a room together and bond in...

“There’s a mistake”: Hollywood’s award shows have forgotten their true purpose

“There’s a mistake”: Hollywood’s award shows have forgotten their true purpose

David Begazo, Reporter March 22, 2021

For the last few years, ratings for award shows such as the Golden Globes, the Emmys, and the Oscars have been falling, sometimes to even all-time lows. This year’s Golden Globes fell by 64% compared...

From Student to Store: a spotlight on Aaron Kim’s clothing brand

David Begazo, Reporter February 26, 2021

Business ventures are daunting for most people, especially teenagers, who at times can feel like they are dabbling in strange waters. It takes a passion and an ability to monetize and manage them in order...

From Student to Star: a spotlight on Carmel Dill-Cruz’s TikTok fame

Izzy Thomas, Reporter February 26, 2021

TikTok has become a huge part of practically every teen’s life, with its viral dances and challenges, to the countless comedic videos and memes. Everyone has imagined what their life would be like if...

From Student to Screen: a spotlight on Cobra Kai actor, Jacob Bertrand

From Student to Screen: a spotlight on Cobra Kai actor, Jacob Bertrand

Melina Tisopulos, Reporter February 26, 2021

Becoming a famous Hollywood actor is a dream shared by many. However, the infamously cutthroat and competitive entertainment industry allows very few that pursue acting to become successful. Only two percent...

In Control with Charlie Warren: nostalgia in games

Charlie Warren, Assistant Sports Editor February 26, 2021

“Hoo! Yah! Wahoo!” exults Mario as he effortlessly bounds across Rosalina’s Observatory to his next destination. “Click” goes the pointer that draws Mario into the map of the galaxy, allowing...

Key Club’s 2021 region 13 conclave: a story

Boushra Bettir, Guest Writer January 25, 2021

Imagine sitting in a meeting room in front of many different people, awaiting for your turn to share your speech. Take a minute to truly feel all of those emotions and thoughts going inside your head....

Long story short: “evermore” is the perfect continuation of the “folklore” era

Long story short: “evermore” is the perfect continuation of the “folklore” era

Sequoia Clark and Casey Shoultz January 25, 2021

Taylor Swift: a three-syllable name that everyone in the world has heard of at least once in their lifetime. Known for chart-topping albums such as “1989” and “Reputation,” Swift is easily recognizable...

How TikTok united to cook up a “Ratatouille” musical

Melina Tisopulos, Reporter January 25, 2021

Social media holds the immense potential to influence masses of unique individuals. Unfortunately, this power is often wasted on creating divisions and spreading negativity. Still, it has its moments on...

What could have been: the end of “Supernatural” and the CW’s 15-year queerbait

What could have been: the end of “Supernatural” and the CW’s 15-year queerbait

Kay Oken, Editor-in-Chief December 14, 2020

Let’s take it from the top. The day is Sept. 13, 2005, and the first episode of a new horror-drama series has just aired on the now extinct Warner Brothers Television Network. The show is called “Supernatural,”...

Vaccinate My Heart: a 2020 period piece (satire)

Vaccinate My Heart: a 2020 period piece (satire)

Meghan Mason, Assistant News Editor December 14, 2020

Barron and Cole Trump-Sanders, Co-CEOs Los Angeles Creations Production Studios 3600 Wilshire Blvd.,10th Floor Beverly Hills, California Earth March 10, 2060 Re.: Historical Movie Pitch: “Vaccinate...

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