Evan Ross and Ashlee Simpson Are Engaged!!!


Geordan Scott, Reporter
January 30, 2014

On Monday January 13, 2014, actor Evan Ross proposed to pop-singer and actress Ashlee Simpson. Evan Ross is the son of legendary singer Diana Ross. He is also an actor that played in movies such as ATL, CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story, and will be appearing in The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1 and 2.... Read more »

Should you get a pixie cut?

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Alonna Troche, Reporter
January 30, 2014

If you’ve been thinking about cutting your hair short, here are some things that will either convince you, or  make sure you never ever cut your hair short. Short hair is hard to keep up. You can’t simply cut it once, and then let it grow. Even if you are growing it out, you must cut it, or... Read more »

Things you might not know about Disneyland


Ereka Yang, Reporter
January 7, 2014

Most kids dream of going to Disneyland because they hear the saying, “Disneyland is the most magical place on earth.” With the options of going on rides, meeting Disney characters, eating delicious foods, watching Disney shows, and buying Disney merchandise and costumes, Disneyland is indeed one... Read more »

Nelson Mandela: Will always be remembered


Jasmin Morfin
January 7, 2014

On December 5, 2013 memorable activist, freedom fighter, champion of education, equality seeker and global humanitarian, Nelson Mandela passed away. Despite this tragic loss, his prison number, 46664, will forever hold a great significance. Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was a South African activist who served... Read more »

Stress for Class of 2014; Tips for Classes to Come

Susana Bedolla, Editor
December 17, 2013

To underclassmen, senior year might seem like the best time of high school, but it’s not all fun and games. The hard reality about senior year is that it’s full of stress and can get really hard for some people. It’s the last year of high school, and while many are preparing to leave the school,... Read more »

Christmas: Some People Go All Out


Angelica Gonzalez, Reporter
December 12, 2013

Have you started preparing for Christmas? Did you get your beautiful Christmas tree with bright lights and bells, or what about your flashy sweaters with glitter and snowmen? As Christmas time slowly approaches, advertisements for: clothes, presents, and decorations are all around. Christmas fashion... Read more »

Colleges Don’t Just Look at Grades


Ereka Yang, Reporter
December 12, 2013

Put yourself in the position of a high school senior. You’ve had good grades throughout high school and have met all the requirements. You apply to the college of your choice and wait for their response. While you’re waiting, you post something negative on Twitter about someone, to get your anger... Read more »

BART: Turn Down For What

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Jasmin Morfin, Reporter
November 15, 2013

In order to bring attention to their low wages and safety issues, Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) employees went on a second strike in one year on October 19, 2013.  The first strike took place July 1st and ended on July 5th but without a clear agreement.  The second strike lasted four days and ended... Read more »

Makeup Tips

Cintia Ortega, reporter
November 15, 2013

Some people love wearing makeup, others don’t for all different reasons, however to those who do wear makeup here is a simple way to enhance your natural features. Before applying any makeup, make sure you face is totally clean. Then go on and apply a liquid face primer all over your face. Recommended... Read more »

American Horror Story: Nothing To Fear But Fear Itself

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Nia Johnson, Reporter, Life Editor, Editorial Editor
November 14, 2013

  Some say, “There is nothing to fear but fear itself.” Fear should be challenged, and to those who agree, I highly recommend the television series, American Horror Story.   American Horror Story is a popular show currently airing its third season on FX network. American Horror Story has filmed... Read more »

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