News

New drought laws go into effect

Elnaz Guivatchian

As California enters its fourth year of severe drought, the state has decided to put new laws into place to conserve water. California has also just experienced its second...  Read More »

March 24, 2015

Oklahoma politicians seek to ban Advanced Placement U.S. History

Naomi Raal, Ad Manager

Oklahoma politicians are currently trying to ban the new Advanced Placement U.S. History curriculum because they believe it emphasizes what is bad about America. The bill’s...  Read More »

March 17, 2015

Junior and senior rivalry to take place at annual Powderpuff game

Emily Arrand, Ad Manager

The senior and junior classes will once again battle out their ongoing rivalry at the Powder Puff game on March 13. The game will take place at 7 p.m. on the football field,...  Read More »

March 11, 2015

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A&E

“The DUFF” movie creates the next big abbreviation

Elenaleigh Borne, Promotions

With a cast full of fresh young actors and a catchy new term, The DUFF took on the challenge of teen movies Feb. 20. The movie stars Mae Whitman,...  Read More »

March 5, 2015

The Academy is caught up in the drama

Cayla Newnan

“And the Oscar goes to...” It's the evening of Feb. 22,...  Read More »

March 4, 2015

Paddington Review

Jordan Johnson, Distribution

After an earthquake destroys his home in the Peruvian rainforest, a young bear, voiced by Ben Whishaw, makes his way to England in search of a new home. Named after the London...  Read More »

March 4, 2015

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Opinion/Editorial

The Academy is caught up in the drama

Cayla Newnan

“And the Oscar goes to...” It's the evening of Feb. 22,...  Read More »

March 4, 2015

Should we really celebrate celebrities?

Zane Leyva, Editorial Assistant

Every day, you hear about a celebrity getting a DUI, using racial or homophobic slurs, or even assaulting someone over a simple disagreement. Their faces stare out at us from the...  Read More »

March 4, 2015

The Hardships of being a freshman

Christal Rooney, Editorial Assistant

Freshman year you put on your favorite new outfit thinking how hot you look, and when you get to school, a tall older kid walks by and says, "Aww... how cute!" Welcome to...  Read More »

March 3, 2015

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Sports

Victory against San Pedro

Katelyn Almario, Archivist

The boys varsity soccer team defeated the San Pedro Pirates 3-0 on Thursday, Feb. 19. Forward Borna Hashemi scored their first goal in the game, and captain Kayvon Parsa scored...  Read More »

March 17, 2015

Boys soccer wins CIF semifinals, will host finals match.

Boys soccer wins CIF semifinals, will host finals match.

James Julian, Sports Editor

Boys soccer defeated Torrey Pines High School 1-0 in the CIF SoCal Semifinals match today during overtime. Forward Kayvon Parsa scored the game-winning goal five  minutes...  Read More »

March 12, 2015

Boys soccer advances to state semi-finals

Ethan Millman, Editor-in-chief

The boys soccer team defeated Santiago in a close 2-1 match on Tuesday, March 11 to advance to the CIF State semi-finals for the first time since the team's state championship...  Read More »

March 12, 2015

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A PSA to coffee lovers

Elenaleigh Borne

I used to think working at Starbucks was my dream first job. Just the perks of bragging that I worked there was enough to make me apply. No one warned me about to dark side...  Read More »

March 16, 2015

My First Time: Confronting Cancer

My First Time: Confronting Cancer

Celeste Bustria, Reviews Editor

Shock is an understatement in describing how I felt as my father said those life-changing words. He gasped in intervals and cried between each syllable. Last week, my...  Read More »

March 11, 2015

The truth behind blonde stereotypes

Cayla Newnan, editorial assistant

Blonde has often been considered the ideal of beauty in our society. ...  Read More »

March 4, 2015

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