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Grammy Awards: Women Domination

Grammy Awards: Women Domination

Tiffany Vo, Photojournalist

May 22, 2019


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On Sunday, Feb. 13, the 61st Annual Grammy Awards was held at the Staples Center. Hosted by Alicia Keys, a 15-time Grammy winner, the women of music dominated the night. From H.E.R. to Lady Gaga and Kacey Musgrave, 31 women took home awards, visually displaying a notable increase in female winners in t...

Free Money?

Free Money?

Amanda Chung, Photojournalist

May 22, 2019


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As more and more candidates secure a spot in the 2020 presidential election, the American public grows more indecisive and anxious every second that goes by. Among the confirmed candidates from the Democratic side- Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, Former Rep. Beto O’Rourke, former Gov. John Hickenlooper, ...

The Earth is Dying

The Earth is Dying

Tiffany Vo, Photojournalist

May 22, 2019


Filed under News, Opinions

On April 15, a blazing fire broke out beneath the roof of the historical and monumental Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris. Although there were no deaths, three injuries were reported. Onlookers and people around the world watched in shock and sadness as the 800 year old cathedral collapsed live on social media....

Billboard Music Awards 2019 Recap

Billboard Music Awards 2019 Recap

Tiffany Vo, Photojournalist

May 14, 2019


Filed under A and E, News

On May 1,  the annual Billboard Music Awards took place at the Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas with host Kelly Clarkson for the second year in a row. Huge names in the industry such as Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande, BTS, and Madonna attended and performed show stopping performances. The ceremony was ...

Twelve Years Left

Twelve Years Left

Caitlyn Truong, Editor

May 14, 2019


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In twelve years, the world is predicted to rely on self-driving cars, to have developed revolutionary medical technology, to reach a population of 8.5 billion, and to reach irreversible levels of climate change. According to a report released by the UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC),...

Earth Day

Earth Day

Janet Han, Section Editor

May 14, 2019


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Monday, April 22nd was the 49th celebration of Earth Day. Countries, cities, and communities all around the world participated in all sorts of creative and meaningful ways. Now the world’s largest secular observance, the day was first created by a U.S. Senator from Wisconsin, Gaylord Nelson, in 1970. He, al...

Sri Lanka Easter Day Bombings–A Month Later

Sri Lanka Easter Day Bombings–A Month Later

Stephen Serrano, Section Editor

May 14, 2019


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On Sunday, April 21, three Christian churches, three hotels, and two other homes were targeted in a terrorist attack in Sri Lanka. Bombings occurred on Easter morning as people attended masses or services in celebration of the resurrection of Christ. Resulting in 253 deaths, the huge loss for Sri La...

Stoning to Death for Homosexuality: Brunei Adopts Sharia Law

Stoning to Death for Homosexuality: Brunei Adopts Sharia Law

Emily Ito, Section Editor

April 30, 2019


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Brunei, a small nation in Asia on the island of Borneo, implemented a harsh criminal law on April 3, 2019. The new Islamic Law allows death by stoning for gay men or adulterers and amputation for theft. The law passed despite much international opposition and has been met with extreme protest. H...

Priest Stabbing in Montreal

Priest Stabbing in Montreal

Stephen Serrano, Section Editor

April 30, 2019


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Across the northern border in Montreal, Canada, a priest named Father Cloud Grou was stabbed by a 26 year old suspect whose name has yet to be released on March 23. This was occurring during a televised mass that was being broadcasted for those who could not make it to mass due to personal illness or...

It’s Country Enough

It’s Country Enough

Tiffany Vo, Photojournalist

April 30, 2019


Filed under News, Opinions

19 year old rapper Lil Nas X has become a viral sensation with his song “Old Town Road” after the song became an anthem for the viral #Yeehaw challenge on the social media app Tik Tok. Users would use the hashtag to transform into a cowboy as the song blasts in the background.   As ...

Abduction Survivor Midsi Sanchez Starts Child Safety Foundation

Abduction Survivor Midsi Sanchez Starts Child Safety Foundation

Bita Zadeh, Photojournalist

April 23, 2019


Filed under Features, News

Almost two decades ago, Midsi Sanchez was eight years old when she survived a harrowing ordeal of being abducted by a stranger in Vallejo. She was an elementary school student walking home from school when she was kidnapped by a stranger named Curtis Dean Anderson. As an elementary student, Midsi Sa...

A Message to Congress: “Your Complacency Kills Us”

A Message to Congress: “Your Complacency Kills Us”

Juliette Fournier, Editor

April 23, 2019


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About one year ago, on March 24th, people all across the United States took a stand against gun violence in response to the horrid and frequent mass shootings. March for Our Lives was led by the voices of the students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School after the school shooting there on Februa...

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