El camino de baches: lejos de terminar

Emily Schad | Escribador 26 de Marzo, 2021 El 17 de marzo colectaron y contaron las firmas para el voto de “recall”(retirar) al gobernador Gavin Newsom. Los organizadores del movimiento han adquirido 2.1 millón de […]

Capistrano Unified School District layoffs

Sage Brislen | Writer March 22, 2021 On March 3rd the CUSD board voted to potentially go through with laying off a total of 91 “full-time” employees within the district. The proposition was brought about […]

Florida manatees are dying

Grace Parry | Writer March 22, 2021 Last year, 619 manatees died in Florida. Within the first three months of 2021, there are already 431 dead.  While originally attributed to the unusually cold water temperatures, […]

Barricaded suspect in standoff with OCSD

Nathan Melcher  | Computer Design Editor March 9, 2021 On Friday, March 5, around 1 pm, OCSD deputies in the area of Laguna Hills located a stolen vehicle and attempted a traffic stop. The suspect […]

Covid-19 stimulus deal breakdown

Danielle Generaux | Student Life Editor March 6, 2020 Just over $1.9 trillion is being chunked into this Covid-19 stimulus deal, as it passed in both the House and the Senate, despite both sides largely holding […]

Lack of transparency in U.S. airstrike on Syria

Eden Milligan | Head Editor March 5, 2021 Last week, the U.S. government initiated an airstrike targeting Iranian-backed militias in Syria. Biden justified this attack as “self-defense” in retaliation for rocket attacks that were directed […]

House passes Equality Act

Maxine Davey | Editor in Chief March 5, 2021 In a bipartisan vote on February 15, 2021, the House of Representatives passed the Equality Act, a bill amending multiple existing civil rights laws—such as the […]

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