Why Bernie Sanders is not a socialist

By: Abigail Calandra | Writer Though the 2020 election is still two years away, Republicans and Democrats have been advertising the rise of politicians such as Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren, among others, as a […]

Georgia passes “Heartbeat” Bill

By: Nina Kanani | Writer May 10, 2019 On Tuesday May 7, Georgia’s Republican Governor Brian Kemp, signed legislation that bans abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected; this can occur as early as six […]

Prom 2019 Preview: Prom de la Playa

By: Savi Raghuraman | News Editor As we approach the end of the school year, juniors and seniors’ schedules are packed with finals and AP and IB testing. Fortunately, this final month of school brings […]

Concerts to check out in summer 2019

By: Oyuky Bahena | Writer/Media Team May 13, 2019 It’s mid-May, which means that the 2018-2019 school year is finally nearing its end. Of course there’s still the stress of AP/IB tests and finals, but […]

Second annual Triton Film Festival

By: Gabe Govi | Multimedia May 3rd, 2019 If the second annual Triton Film Festival is anything like the first, I highly recommend you bring yourself, and your friends, to the Little Theatre on May […]

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