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The Science Behind the Coronavirus

Vivian De Waart

February 10, 2020

Almost everybody is aware of the Coronavirus outbreak and the pandemic it has caused. The Coronavirus was likely picked up from a seafood market in Wuhan, China. Since then over 14,000 cases have been detected in mainly China, but several other cases were also found in other parts of Asia, Australia,...

Quick Overview of the Current Issue with our President

Kailey Torres and Scott Felt

November 20, 2019

An outburst of articles in the news has recently caused commotion due to President Donald Trump being accused of crimes, potentially leading to impeachment.  A number of events have happened since Trump was first elected, but he recently brought more heat to his name.  Allegations have been ...

Trump’s Impeachment Needs to Happen…Here’s Why

Trump’s Impeachment Needs to Happen...Here’s Why

Nolee Bugarin and Isabel Umekubo

November 20, 2019

THE UNITED STATES-  The country has a history of impeaching two presidents, both of which were acquitted by congress. Due to recent events, citizens may be on the verge of witnessing the first impeachment based on treason with the after-effects showing what many can recognize as a steer in the right directi...

Why We Need to Discuss Suicide

Why We Need to Discuss Suicide

Jacob Flowers

November 19, 2019

For the most part, September 21, 2018 was a beautiful day. The sun poked its eyes just above the horizon, illuminating a dormant world of infinite possibilities. The aromatic scent of dew rose from the grass like a soft, caressing breeze. The idle chatter of L.A.’s many students disrupted the cacophon...

City of Fires

Firefighters work to douse the skeleton of a house near where the Getty Fire erupted.

Nolee Bugarin, Copy Editor

November 6, 2019

California—  Across the desert region is ablaze dry plantation as smokey ambers carry through the cloudy skies to the middle of busy Los Angeles and other cities across the southern state as repercussions are taken into the initiative.  Throughout October there have been small fires igniting due to t...

LGBTQ+ Community: The Stigma Among Hispanic Households

LGBTQ+ Community: The Stigma Among Hispanic Households

Veronica Sierra

November 6, 2019

Activists in Guatemala, marching for LGBTQ+ rights. Photo provided by LGBT Guatemala. The 17-year-old me, trying to get all of the courage to confess to one of my uncles about my sexual identity. I remember that moment. I was so nervous that I was even shaking, so I took a deep breath and said, “Tio, soy ...

College Student Right To Access

In this May 21, 2019, file photo, people rally in support of abortion rights at the Capitol in Sacramento, Calif. Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a measure, on Friday, Oct. 11, 2019, requiring public colleges and universities to offer abortion medication.

Maya Lyou

October 30, 2019

CALIFORNIA - California recently passed a law named the ‘College Student Right to Access Act” (Senate Bill 24). This law requires that by 2023, students will gain access to abortion medication at no cost in health centers at all public colleges and universities in California. This will give s...

The Global Youth Climate Strike: Protesting to Save Our Planet

The Global Youth Climate Strike:  Protesting to Save Our Planet

Maya Lyou, Staff Writer

September 30, 2019

“This strike, in specific, was for the youth to take action so I saw that it was my direct responsibility to be there and show our lawmakers that our generation has a cause worth fighting for and that we won’t back down without a fight,”

Gun Control Takes a Toll on High Schoolers Across the Nation

Matthew Garcia and Xochitl Quinonez

September 23, 2019

Students are affected by gun control across the U.S due to the frequent amount of mass shootings that occur in schools where hundreds of innocent students are killed.  Gun control is often viewed as a very important and controversial topic as people are impacted by it every day.   “Gun violence i...

Protester’s resilience powers the fight for a better Hong Kong

Lam Yik Fei for The New York Times

Scarlet Ruiz, Staff Writer

September 18, 2019

As Hong Kong protester’s ongoing fight continues, the direction shifts from the removal of a bill, to the future of Hong Kong itself. What started off as calm protest, have turned violent as both sides get restless./Lam Yik Fei for The New York Time  What had once been a calm protest towards the removal of a proposed extradition bill slowly escalated into a thr...

The World’s Wealthiest Countries Just Gathered – Here’s the Importance

Casey Hartley

September 18, 2019

One of the biggest gatherings of world leaders just passed, and it may have been overlooked. A group of the world’s wealthiest countries met in France for the 45th Group of Seven Summit.   According to Time Magazine, The Group of Seven, or G7, is one of the lesser-known international organizations across the world.  It involves the world’s wealt...

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