A Change Is Gonna Come

Mya Johnson, Staff Writer

February 19, 2019

The Two Killings of Sam Cooke, recently released on Netflix as part of its Remastered series, shows singer-songwriter Sam Cooke in a new light. When people think of Cooke, they merely think of a singer, and he rarely receives credit for being...

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part Review

Felix Garcia, Staff Writer

February 19, 2019

On February 7, 2014 The Lego Movie came out. Even before it came out this movie was seen as a cheap cashbag both by critics and the general audience but, when it finally came to cinemas the whole world was shocked. The movie quic...

Invasion or Salvation

Brianna Brow and Jennifer Gutierrez, Staff Writers

December 13, 2018

Children crying, people yelling, tear gas falling near the invaders. This is what the Honduran caravan in Mexico had to face as they attempted to illegally enter the United States on November 25, 2018. Due to this dilemma, ...

Robin Hood (2018) Review

Marco Herrera, Staff Writer

November 30, 2018

“The legend you know. The story you don’t”. This is what the main poster for Robin Hood and the beginning of the movie insists that this is what it is supposed to be. This is the movies attempt to prepare the audience for...

Trump’s Transgender Ban

Sophia Raya and Brianna Brow

November 16, 2018

As 2018 comes to a close, more laws are being pushed by the Trump administration than in previous months. One such law is a reversal of Title IX, which deals with sex discrimination laws. President Trump wants to rewrite this...

Out With The Old, In With The New

Sophia Raya and David Carlos

November 2, 2018

There are only a couple months until the end of the first semester, and some are looking forward to see what is to come in the year. But why doesn't everyone just take a second to stop and reflect on what they have done. With th...

Where Is the Spirit?

Danielle Mendieta, Staff Writer

November 1, 2018

How time flies by! Last week was the first Spirit week of the year. Over the course of the week, quite a few people dressed up for the past days. However, did enough people dress up? “I didn’t dress up because I wasn’t re...

Was It Worth It?

Danielle Mendieta, Staff Writer

November 1, 2018

Was Homecoming worth the ticket? Many students asks themselves this question. Throughout the course of Homecoming week, many students were looking forward to that night. However, many were disappointed at the end of it. “I ...

How do Students feel about their grades?

October 29, 2018

Do you believe you deserve the grades you got, or is it not your fault that they are not what you wanted? All students just got their report Cards for Quarter 1. Here are what some students think of their grades. There are s...

Opening the Books

Lilah Pillado, Staff Writer

October 29, 2018

Every summer, school districts all over California race to submit their budgeting reports for the fiscal year. Accountants rush to “close the books.” Meanwhile, you enjoy your summer, scot-free, without having to worry about school...

Show Your Spirit

Mark Sookhiram, Staff Writer

October 26, 2018

Spirit Week is two weeks away, and so far not much is aware. With the announcements telling everybody about the event the Friday before it happens, people were pretty confused that Spirit Week was so close. But, how do people...

Truth is a hard lunch to swallow

Felix Garcia, Staff Writer

October 26, 2018

Thump goes lunch at the bottom of the trash can, another, and another. Free school lunch has a reputation for being disgusting so when our school announced that they were bringing an outside company to make lunch students cheered....

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