Grab a book, make some cocoa, and snuggle under a blanket! Time to relax! Photo by Elly Hamilton.

Mental, Physical, and Emotional: Keep Yourself Healthy

Elly Hamilton, Reporter May 12, 2021

Everybody has a day where they just feel gross. And with this pandemic, it seems everyday I, personally, feel gross. Working out, unwinding, and even a little pampering can go a long way!    There...

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Homework: The True Reality Behind It

Sophia Wecker, Editor March 16, 2021

Homework. Something almost everyone in school—  no matter what age, grade or where they live—  all dread. But, why do we have homework?   In 1905, an Italian teacher named Roberto Nevilis...

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Dear Discouraged Student

Abigail Lin, Reporter January 5, 2021

Are you feeling discouraged, lonely, depressed, unmotivated, and rather down in the dumps? Then this was written specially for you.   Do you remember the days we’d pass each other in the hallways,...

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Among Us Update: And All the Things You Need to Know About It

Sophia Wecker, Editor December 17, 2020

We all have probably heard of the hit game “Among Us” that streamers and just about anyone plays. The game was released in June of 2018 but rose to fame and popularity during the coronavirus pandemic.    In...

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What happened to Disneyland?

Sophia Wecker, Editor November 9, 2020

For many Disney Fans, pass holders or people who just enjoy going to Disneyland, I bet we are all missing the Disney magic. Some might wonder, what is going to happen to Disneyland? Or what has happened...

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How to Keep Yourself Occupied and Electronic Free

Sophia Wecker, Editor November 3, 2020

During quarantine, some students have been glued to their phones, computers or Xboxes. But there are other ways you can use your time wisely besides video games and social media platforms.    Have...

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Fighting for Womens’ Rights

Danica Jordan, Reporter February 7, 2019

On Jan. 19, thousands of people crowded the streets of Los Angeles and marched towards Town Hall. It was the third annual Women's March, and the excitement of the first march was still there. That day,...

Me Tight Pirate Pants: A voyage into a cryptic song from my childhood

Me Tight Pirate Pants: A voyage into a cryptic song from my childhood

Paige Townsend, Reporter January 25, 2019

“I like to sing and dance, I like to sing and dance, I wanna be a pirate in the Pirates of Penzance. In me silver-buttoned slippers and me tight pirate pants, I like to sing and daaance.” Ring...

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Legends We’ve Lost in 2018

Amanda Brown, Reporter December 10, 2018

2018 has been a sad year for many as we say goodbye to several well-known celebrities and legends that passed away. This includes Aretha Franklin, Xxxtentacion, Stefan Karl, Stephen Hillenburg, Stan Lee...

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An Open Letter to College Applicants

Crystal Sung, Editor in Chief November 1, 2018

If you’re reading this, you’re probably a #stressedsenior procrastinating on... drumroll... college applications... Yeah. Enjoy the ultimate irony of this piece— reading about college apps...

The Silver Bullet ride at Knotts Berry Farm. Image courtesy of Knotts Berry Farm via Twitter.

It’s Hard Knott to be Impressed

Emily Farren, Reporter October 23, 2018

Opening the gates at 10 A.M. on the weekdays, Knott’s Berry Farm entertains guests from all over (but there are a notable amount of people from Arizona, in my experience). There is plenty to do in the...

Tall Tales: Students Share Their Unique Summer Camp Experiences

Tall Tales: Students Share Their Unique Summer Camp Experiences

Autumn Brazele, Reporter October 12, 2018

Whether it’s trying to get second graders to stop fighting over insects or eating half a can of frosting straight off of a plate, going to a camp is always a unique experience. With a mix of many people,...

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