California sued for failing students

  Brooklyn Staab | Publicity Manager   December 6, 2020 The pandemic has brought a plethora of issues besides physical health concerns, including lawsuits. There have been multiple lawsuits concerning one major issue: our country’s […]

A look at Biden’s cabinet nominees

Clara Helm |Head Editor December 6, 2020 As the Biden administration approaches inauguration in January, the president-elect is preparing his cabinet nominations for when he takes office. It’s important to know who Biden will be picking […]

Make a video game!

Seth Hahn | Writer December 3, 2020 If you’re a gamer, then you’ve probably wanted to make a game before. Something about it seems magical. But if you’ve ever given it a shot, you may […]

COVID-friendly holiday activities

By Ben Meyler | Writer December 4, 2020 While Christmas might look different this year, that doesn’t mean you can’t celebrate. During a time like this, keeping busy and spending time with family is crucial to […]

Justin Turner gets covid-19

Danielle Generaux | Student Life Editor November 5, 2020 32 years. Los Angeles has been waiting for this for 32 years. The Los Angeles Dodgers are World Series champions after a Major League Baseball season […]

NFL trade deadline: winners and losers

Jack Hagen | Writer November 8, 2020 November 3rd marked the trade deadline for the NFL: the last day that teams can exchange players and draft picks before the next offseason. While it was fairly […]

How to fact check social media “news”

Kate Hedger | Student Life editor November 8, 2020 We have all been in the position where a friend or peer has posted something news-related that seems questionable or untrue. People love to read and […]

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