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Supreme Court deliberates cheerleader’s freedom of speech case
Supreme Court deliberates cheerleader’s freedom of speech case
By Eleonora Badikyan, Staff Writer • Published February 7, 2021
“Any statements made should be the result of critical thinking, making a fair assessment, taking civil responsibility, and speaking truthfully.” -Graphic design teacher Ms. Miya Kuromiya
Man forgets password to Bitcoin worth $220 million
Man forgets password to Bitcoin worth $220 million
By Andrew Vega, Staff Writer • Published January 28, 2021
“I would be devastated.” -Freshman Cedric Dela Cruz
With the State Capitol
Beutner pushes to utilize schools as covid-19 vaccination centers
By Eleonora Badikyan, Staff Writer • Published January 28, 2021
“I see no reason why we could not support our school and community in this important endeavor.” -Principal Yolanda Gardea
Changes made to the Monday bell schedule
Changes made to the Monday bell schedule
By Shaan Bhatia, Current Events Editor • Published January 24, 2021
"A lack of consistency was the main issue.” - Principal Yolanda Gardea
The original cover of the novel is recaptured in this image.
"Looking for Alaska" is a perfect novel to escape into
By Isabela Diaz, Business Manager • Published February 9, 2021
First kisses to first drinks. Pick up this book and read about Miles’ journey through junior year.
Senior year traditions: Every year, graduating high school seniors choose a personal quote to go alongside their yearbook photo.
Making a statement: The graduating class of 2021 share their senior quotes
By Xocoxic JazlynPublished January 29, 2021

Senior year for the class of 2021 has unfolded far differently than expected due to the coronavirus. The vast majority of senior activities, from Prom to Graduation, have been redeveloped or thrown out the window completely. These changes and cancellations have been accompanied by disappointment from seniors who have been looking forward to these events since their earlier high school years. Luckily,...

Interview with Ms. Danielle Greenwood on zoom.
Former substitute goes full-time
By Julia Pfau, Perspectives Editor • Published January 25, 2021
Ms. Greenwood's journey from substitute to official teacher during the pandemic.
Holiday Decor Ideas
Holiday Decor Ideas
By Angelina Gevorgyan, Staff Writer • Published December 10, 2020
Festives ideas for quarantine.
Pro-Con: from Snapchat to Supreme Court
Pro-Con: from Snapchat to Supreme Court
By Felipe Rodriguez, Staff Writer • Published February 8, 2021
Students are protected by the First Amendment and should not be punished for their social media posts as it invades their privacy.
The U.S Capitol building is seen picking up broken pieces from the violent riot on January 6th, 2021 as we welcome President-elect Joe Biden into office.
It’s out with the old and in with the new
By Gwen Langi, Pro & Con Editor • Published January 20, 2021

Today is the inauguration where President-elect Joe Biden officially becomes the 46h President of the United States. Many have waited for...

PEXELS | ROSEMARY KETCHUM
A vote for Trump means...
By Shaan Bhatia, Current Events Editor • Published November 17, 2020
A student grapples with the idea that half of our nation voted for Trump, a man known as a racist and an alleged rapist.
ESSENTIAL EMPLOYEES Even though the pandemic rages in 2020, workers still have to deal with hundreds of customers a day.
Crazy covid customers demand to speak to the manager
By Adriana Contreras, Staff Writer • Published November 10, 2020
An absolutely dreadful and dangerous time to be a service employee.
The football game of the year
The football game of the year
By Sam Eusebio, Staff Writer • Published February 4, 2021

Last Sunday, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Green Bay Packers in the NFC (National Football Conference) championship game to advance to the Super Bowl. After the game, the AFC (American Football...

Conor McGregor stands tall and ready for a fight not knowing the outcome will be his defeat.
FIRST PERSON: Knockout king knocked off throne
By Antony Nepeyvoda, Design & Layout Editor • Published February 2, 2021

The first MMA (mixed martial arts) fight I ever watched was Conor McGregor vs Khabib Nurmagomedov on Saturday, Oct 6, 2018. It was very exciting as millions of people around the world were watching it...

Kobe Bryant
Kobe's impact one year after his death
By Shaan Bhatia, Current Events Editor • Published January 27, 2021

One year after Kobe Bryant’s tragic death, his philanthropic work to serve underserved communities still lives on. In 2006 Bryant and his wife Vanessa founded The Kobe and Vanessa Bryant Foundation...

Former Rockets guard and MVP James Harden sets up offense against Aaron Gordon.
Harden was traded to the Brooklyn Nets for the 2021 season.
James Harden goes to the Nets
By Sam Eusebio, Staff Writer • Published January 26, 2021
With his trade into the Nets, Harden looks to start a new chapter in his career with the Nets in hopes of winning a championship.