Play production competed in the annual fall Drama Teachers Association of Southern California festival, also known as DTASC, at Temecula Valley High School on Saturday Oct. 25.
They finished in the top 10 in four of the six categories -- Comedy, Musical, Technical, and Plays for Social Change --... READ MORE »»
Everyday, 18,000 kids worldwide die from preventable causes. The UNICEF Club strives to help decrease this number to zero.
“For me UNICEF is special because it is a really fun club that people are actually interested in,” said junior Jill Gamboa, who serves as the publicist responsible for the... READ MORE »»
This week we ask the question: Is college really necessary? We show you how to make fake scars, look at the nutritional value of school lunch, take a look at the elective Wood Shop, and take a look at this week's Sports Wrap-Up
Lana Del Rey ended her tour with a killer performance at the Hollywood Forever Cemetery on Friday and Saturday, Oct. 17 and 18.
Taking the stage just after 8 p.m., Del Rey performed 13 songs, mostly from her new album, Ultraviolence, and included some from her previous albums. Del Rey... READ MORE »»
Mitchell Englander, the District 12 L.A. City Council member representing the Granada Hills area, surprised to the Granada student body Friday, Oct. 17 when he stood on their 50-yard line during half-time at their Homecoming game sporting an El Camino Real letterman jacket.
The El Camino fans cheered... READ MORE »»
This week we look at Physical Education requirements, talk to you about a recurring issue in crowded hallways, learn about the dance guard's recent performance in the Rose Bowl, take a trip through Pierce College's haunted corn maze, and toss the ball for Josh Schaefer's Sports Wrap-Up.