Fear & fake vaccination cards

Eden Milligan | Head Editor April 30, 2021 Although Covid vaccines are available to adults (16 and older) across the country, not everyone is getting them. Of course, this was anticipated, and it may not […]

LA County home crushed by crane

Danielle Generaux | Student Life Editor April 30, 2021 On April 26, a huge crane fell onto a house in Rancho Palos Verdes, Los Angeles. The LA County Fire Department tweeted that a crane collapsed on […]

The cost of college is too expensive 

Kate Hedger | Head Editor April 29, 2021 These days, being able to go to college doesn’t just depend on a person’s grades, test scores, or extracurriculars anymore, it also depends on how much money […]

Boba shortage in the US

Donya Nadjie | Writer April 23, 2021 Boba tea is the most recent item confronting a shortage in the U.S. as bubble tea shops are running out of tapioca. Business owners have cautioned clients that […]

Stop buying fast fashion

Kate Hedger | Head Editor April 15, 2020 Picture this: you’re walking through the halls at school and see your friend wearing a cute, trendy shirt. You ask her where she got it and she […]

SAT/ACT injustices

Mirca Gomez | Writer April 22, 2021 By the end of the 19 century, exams such as the SAT and ACT became required from colleges and universities. However, rules have changed since the pandemic. Now, […]

Standing up against animal testing

Ben Meyler | Writer April 22, 2021 Animal testing has been going on for many decades. Thousands of companies use animal testing, such as L’Oreal, Clorox, Johnson & Johnson, and many more. These animals are forced […]

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