College Review: Loyola Marymount University

By: Jason Keany | Editor in Chief April 23, 2019 Nestled in the hills of Los Angeles, Loyola Marymount University is a private Jesuit university that was established in 1865 and is now internationally known […]

Real life Easter bunnies

By: Lexi Kortman | Writer April 11, 2019 With Easter right around the corner, excitement is high, and many are stocking up on jellybeans, marshmallow Peeps, and chocolate bunnies. However, while most everybody has good […]

How you can prepare for AP testing

By: Sofia Helmle | Writer April 11, 2019 With May just around the corner, it’s finally time to begin preparations for the highly awaited AP and IB test taking season! While for many seniors, the […]

Your 2019 spring bucketlist

By: Jorjiana Haumea | Photographer March 29, 2019 Ever thought of making or starting a bucket list for spring? Well, it’s that time of the year again! Winter has finally come to an end and […]

AP Bio takes Catalina

By: Sofia Helmle | Writer March 26, 2019 On Wednesday, March 20, 81 AP Biology students set out on a venture to Catalina island for a 48 hour adventure full of learning and fun. On […]

Senior Farewell Address

By: Gabe Govi | Multimedia April 15, 2019 ALL SENIORS have the opportunity to audition to give a 1-2 minute speech during graduation as part of the farewell address. You must be the “scholar of scholars” to […]

Why are people flipping their shoes

By, Lexi Kortman | Writer March 22, 2019 Somehow, humanity keeps upping the ante with the various things it’s able to say “always land a certain side down.” There was toast, which always lands butter-side […]

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