Joe Goldberg’s latest adventures

Amy Parr | Head Editor October 31, 2021 You took the world by storm in September 2018 with its’ debut season, and the hype has yet to die down. The Netflix Original revolves around self-proclaimed […]

Banana Munchers: an SCHS tradition

Ruby Hawbecker | Writer October 31, 2021 Editor’s Note: The Triton Times staff does not condone sexual assault of any kind and we do not wish to make light-hearted any form of unwanted sexual contact. […]

The return of Adele

Daniella Flores | Writer October 24, 2o21 After years away, the queen of heartbreak anthems is back. Through the best of the best and the worst of the worst, Adele has been with us through […]

Halloween in south OC

Nicolle Generaux | Arts and Entertainment Editor October 24, 2021 The 2021 Halloween season is finally here, and people are looking forward to enjoying it with their friends and family. There are many events around […]

Evan Lipofsky: hard work and passion

Danielle Generaux | Student Life Editor October 24, 2021 Senior Evan Lipofsky can be described in two words: hardworking, and motivated. Evan’s academic accomplishments have been aided by his time management and organization skills. His […]

California precipitation level lowest since 1924

Shayna Sparks | News Editor October 20, 2021 As the California water measurement year comes to a close, emerging reports paint a dire image for California’s future. According to the Western Regional Climate Center, average […]

Biden’s vaccine mandates and opposition

Harrison York | Editor-in-Chief October 22, 2021 With over 50% of the total United States population fully vaccinated, the Biden administration looks to move forward with national vaccine mandates. A federal employee vaccine requirement is […]

Why do so many kids quit sports?

Helene MacBeth  | Writer October 21, 2021 Many children begin playing sports when they are very young, and they believe that they will continue to play throughout their entire lives, expanding their love for the […]

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