News

“Super Senior” wins at Calabasas High School Film Festival

Orian Fitlovich

Careers in Entertainment Academy students Robin Lodge and Noah Kentis' film Super Senior took home the award for Best Comedy at the Calabasas High School Film Festival on... read story

May 27, 2014

Students apply project at Six Flags

Golnaz Guivatchian, Editor-in-Chief

Students in Sarvenaz Morshedi's regular and AP physics classes attended a field trip to Six Flags Magic Mountain Thursday. “As a physics class we pay attention to the... read story

May 23, 2014

American Red Cross Blood Drive Comes to ECR

American Red Cross Blood Drive Comes to ECR

Anderson Hall was packed with people at the Red Cross blood drive Thursday, May 22, who were willing to donate their own blood to potentially save someone else’s life. “We... read story

May 23, 2014

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A&E

Comet review

KK Messadieh

A stand-out at this year's Los Angeles Film Festival, and one of the films that could capture a young audience, is Comet, starring Justin Long and Emmy Rossum.  The film... read story

June 22, 2014

MOVIE REVIEW: Blended

Orian Fitlovich

Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore have chemistry on the big screen. That much is undeniable. Everyone who has seen 50 First Dates, Jack and Jill, or The Wedding Singer has... read story

May 27, 2014

Josh Kushner’s Tech Review: 4 Loop, True MIDI Innovation

Josh Kushner, contributing writer

4 Loop controller is one the most versatile and unique controllers ever encountered. After the success of their first controller, the company has gained a name for its innovative... read story

May 23, 2014

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Opinion/Editorial

All honors classes should be weighted

Shiloh Sacks

With the recent stress of finals still lingering in most students’ heads and the promise of summer no longer a distant fantasy, I find myself questioning the true meaning... read story

May 30, 2014

Common Core testing disappoints

Elnaz Guivatchian , News Editor

Recently the Common Core tests were given out to sophomores and juniors. Students in AP classes were given the tests earlier in order to make sure they lost minimal class... read story

May 23, 2014

What happened with Congress and climate change

Ethan Walsh, Opinion/Editorial Editor

Currently in Congress, politicians from both parties avoid the topic of climate change because, according to them, “The health of our planet is not an important issue,”... read story

May 20, 2014

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Sports

Sports Face Off

April 8, 2014

Sports Face Off – Season 2 Episode 3

Sports Face Off – Season 2 Episode 3

December 8, 2013

Boys Basketball starts season with win against San Pedro

Nick Shahbazyar, Sports editor

Boys basketball started their season with a strong win against San Pedro High School on Monday with a score of 101-62. They hope the momentum of their strong pre-season performance... read story

December 5, 2013

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Student Bible Fellowship

Student Bible Fellowship

Torry Hughes

Student Bible Fellowship is a great club for students who are Christians or are members of a Christian church. Meetings are held at lunch in room T-31 every Monday. Sometimes... read story

May 9, 2014

My first time… on a dune buggy ride

Mariapia Aquije , Features Editor

I’m originally from a small town called Ica, Peru, located 300 kilometers from the capital, Lima. During this past winter break, I was lucky enough to be able to visit Ica... read story

February 11, 2014

Movie Review: Her

Alex Sheldon , Opinion Editor

Her is a truly original and refreshing love story by writer and director Spike Jonze. This Oscar-nominated film stars Joaquin Phoenix in the lead role of Theodore Twombly,... read story

February 11, 2014

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