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The Future of Technology

The Future of Technology

Janet Han, Section Editor

January 18, 2019


Filed under News

As one of the biggest events for the technology industry, the yearly Consumer Electronics Show (CES) that took place this recent January 8th to 12th was absolutely filled with striking new innovations. Through the convention, over 4,500 exhibitors showcased the world’s newest technological innovation...

Time’s Not Up for #MeToo

Time’s Not Up for #MeToo

Caitlyn Truong, Editor

January 18, 2019


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Between blackouts on the red carpet and dozens of influential celebrities placed on trial, the #MeToo movement has made remarkable progress within the last few years. This widespread campaign is an anti-sexual harassment movement which has irrevocably changed the world of politics and entertainment b...

Car Bombing of Police Academy at Bogota, Colombia

Car Bombing of Police Academy at Bogota, Colombia

Wayne Chan, Editor-in-Chief

January 18, 2019


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A car bombing occurred at the capital of Colombia when a car entered a police academy and exploded, injuring upwards of 50 people with confirmed 21 deaths. Authorities are still unsure who exactly is behind the miserable attack and nobody has claimed responsibility for the attack; however, primary...

The Latest and Longest Government Shutdown

The Latest and Longest Government Shutdown

Wayne Chan, Editor-in-Chief

January 16, 2019


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Nearly four weeks ago, President Trump demanded 5.7 million dollars for the construction of the Mexico-US border wall, originally hoped to have been paid for by the Mexican government. Trump’s hardline demands were, of course, met with rejections and caused a political gridlock and ultimately a g...

Is College the Only Option?

Is College the Only Option?

Amber Reddish, Photojournalist

January 9, 2019


Filed under News, Opinions, Uncategorized

Today in America college is often shoved down the throats of all high school students. It is presented as a requirement, when realistically it is just one of many options. You can go to a trade school, develop a specialized skill, start your own business, or even just start working instead of going ...

Young, But Bold

Young, But Bold

Amanda Chung, Photojournalist

January 7, 2019


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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, at the mere age of 29, became the youngest women to be elected in Congress when she won in the 2018 midterms. She defeated the incumbent in New York’s 14th Congressional District, Democratic Rep. Joe Crowley, and won with over 75 percent of the vote (VOX). AOC, a young...

Sports Tributes for Thousand Oaks Shooting

Sports Tributes for Thousand Oaks Shooting

Stephen Serrano, Section Editor

December 18, 2018


Filed under News, Sports

Throughout recent years, there have been many unfortunate events that have shaped America as a nation. Starting from 9/11, to the numerous shootings at schools and at pubs, the violence and turmoil, must end. Another tragedy struck California on November 7. Ian David Long, a 28-year-old US Marine Corps v...

The Battle to Persevere

The Battle to Persevere

Mabel Ra, Editor

December 18, 2018


Filed under Features, News

"A little more persistence, a little more effort, and what seemed hopeless failure may turn to glorious success." -Elbert Hubbard   With today’s fast paced atmosphere in our society, caused mostly by the advancement of technology, millennials have become accustomed to minimal efforts and ...

The Blue Wave Hits California

The Blue Wave Hits California

Amanda Chung, Photojournalist

December 15, 2018


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It has been a month since the midterms, and all the votes in California have been accounted for. The consensus? Most House seats in California has become completely taken over by the Democrats. And for the seats that are still Republican, the incumbents won by a smaller victory than in previous years,...

The Fourth National Climate Assessment

The Fourth National Climate Assessment

Janet Han, Editor

December 15, 2018


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Climate change has been a heated debate throughout recent years, especially with the current political situation. Recently, the 2018 U.S. Climate Assessment contributed to this; it predicted dire consequences from the current environmental situation and policies.   The report is released every four years, and...

Beware of Your Direct Messages!!

Beware of Your Direct Messages!!

Amber Reddish, Photojournalist

December 12, 2018


Filed under News, Uncategorized

In the past decade, social media has become increasingly more popular. Young girls in particular often flock to apps such as Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter. Through using these platforms users make themselves susceptible to public scrutiny, as well as giving others a way to contact them. In many ca...

A Week Full of Red

A Week Full of Red

Amber Reddish, Photojournalist

December 12, 2018


Filed under News

Every year schools around the country dedicate a week to drug awareness. A week known as Red Ribbon week. Teachers pass out red bracelets to the students, discuss the threat drugs pose to our lives, and try to make us choose the best path for our futures. By dedicating a whole week to the nationwide ...

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