Come join FBLA on March 23, 2019

March 19, 2019

No plans Saturday morning?? Great!! Future Business Leaders of America, a club on campus, will be hosting a 5k run/walk at El Rancho to raise money and honor the OC American Legion and So Cal Wounded Warrior Project. The event...

A Corny & Fun(gi) Way to Solve Plastic Pollution!

Valerie Alcala, Layma Khoram, Jesse Bowles, William St. Marseille, Spencer Rasmussen, and Juston Kwart

March 13, 2019

  The Issue: Plastic filling landfills Garbage patch in the Pacific Ocean Threat to marine life Takes hundreds of years to decompose Plastic toxins in the fish that we consume The Solution: W...

Who’s Running in 2020?

Emily Hernandez and Edited by Abby Gweon

March 11, 2019

People have been deciding who to vote for amongst the candidates who will be running for the White House in 2020. Will it be a Democrat or a Republican? Are they great choices for running the United States? This is what T...

The Wall and Trump’s National Emergency

Emily Hernandez and Edited by Abby Gweon

March 11, 2019

Since my previous article about President Trump and his funding for the wall, he is not backing down. Ellen Nakashima, who is in favor of The Washington Post as a national security reporter, stated, “A bipartisan group of...

Rosa Parks Day

Jakhaylah Jefferson and Edited by Abby Gweon

February 11, 2019

Rosa Parks Day is a holiday in honor of well-known civil rights activist, Rosa Parks. In California, the day is celebrated on her birthday: February 4th. It was first celebrated in 2000. Here is a glance at her life: Rosa Parks lived with h...

The Psychology Behind Rumors

Hanna Saghatchi and Edited by Abby Gweon

February 11, 2019

Rumors. We all hate them but they always find a way of spreading, and they spread FAST. Before we talk about rumors, we have to understand them better. “People spread rumors when there is uncertainty,” says socialpysch.com. This h...

What is Groundhog Day?

Emily Hernandez and Edited by Abby Gweon

February 11, 2019

Groundhog Day is celebrated every year on Feb. 2. Some questions have surfaced about the holiday, including: why do people celebrate Groundhog Day, and what is it? Well, worry no more! The answers are here to satisfy your curiosity. Firs...

How We Can Stop Child Trafficking

Hanna Saghatchi and Edited by Valerie Alcala

February 1, 2019

On average, roughly 2,000 kids go missing per day. Throughout the U.S., that’s almost 800,000 a year. Many of these kids, if not found, usually end up in trafficking rings or worse. So how is this issue being helped? T...

Gillette Ad Controversy: What Do High School Students Think?

Amanda Quach and Edited by Abby Gweon

February 1, 2019

Just this month, Gillette came out with a short film styled commercial that depicted what the current generation calls “toxic masculinity." This included images of bullying, sexual harassment, gender norms put upon men...

Government Shutdown

Emily Hernandez, Staff Writer

January 25, 2019

Every country has its own government. It forces federalism, the presidential system, liberal democracy, and a free republic. Those are just a few to name. However, there's always a time for the government to shutdown. A...

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