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Mattel Releases Women Role Model Dolls for International Women’s Day

Mattel Releases Women Role Model Dolls for International Women’s Day

Alyssa Pepito, Photojournalist

March 27, 2018


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The month of March: Women’s History Month. March 8 marks International Women’s Day, which is a day dedicated to celebrating a step forward in women’s rights and being a woman. This day we also remember all the powerful women icons in history. On this day in 2018, the company Mattel decided to r...

America’s Disgusting Food Wasting Problem

America’s Disgusting Food Wasting Problem

Sanaz Kharazmi, Photojournalist

March 26, 2018


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Reports alert that Americans reject around 50% of all food (The Guardian). Whether this is an issue stemming from the American obsession with appearance and aesthetic or the result of unpersisted diets, the wasting of food has a horrendous impact on the climate, carbon footprint, and biodiversity (Tr...

North Korea Plans On Denuclearization?

North Korea Plans On Denuclearization?

Courtney Poon, Photojournalist

March 26, 2018


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Trump plans on meeting with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un by the end of May; it could be the “greatest deal for the world,” as the US president believes, or it could create even stronger tensions between the two powers. This meeting would be a first, as no sitting US president has ever met a Nor...

School Shootings: A New Fear and the Copycat Effect

School Shootings: A New Fear and the Copycat Effect

Emily Ito, Photojournalist

March 26, 2018


Filed under News, Opinions

School shootings have become an increasingly prevalent issue nationwide, with the US leading in the highest number of school-related shootings in the world. Because of these horrendous attacks, parents, students, teachers, and administrators are living in constant fear for the safety of American scho...

How To Spot Fake News On Social Media

How To Spot Fake News On Social Media

Courtney Poon, Photojournalist

March 26, 2018


Filed under News

It’s Donald Trump’s favorite word: fake news. Thanks to a combination of the current political climate and social media, it’s easy for people to spread fake news without thinking twice. Like Brenda Perez (11) believes, “Fake news is dangerous because wrong information can cause people to be di...

Trump’s Surprising Take on Gun Control

Trump’s Surprising Take on Gun Control

Amanda Chung, Photojournalist

March 26, 2018


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After the Florida school shooting, the people have been demanding legislative reform regarding the second amendment from their government. From school walkouts to protests, to memorials, to political disputes, the political arena is more torn than ever. Democrats call for tighter gun control while R...

Dog Dies on United Flight

Dog Dies on United Flight

Amanda Chung, Photojournalist

March 26, 2018


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A dog tragically died on United Airlines flight #1284 from Houston, Texas, to New York City’s Laguardia Airport on March 12. The cause of death was due to a United flight attendant telling the owner of the dog to put the dog carrier in the overhead bin. Maggie Gremminger, a passenger on the fl...

How Climate Change Will affect your Daily Coffee

How Climate Change Will affect your Daily Coffee

Brandon Russell, Editor

March 26, 2018


Filed under Features, News

With the thought of climate change rapidly increasing throughout the minds of every American, that of the motivation for better coffee just might incentivize Americans’ even more. A recent study, published in Nature Plants found that Ethiopia, the world largest coffee bean producer, could “lose up to sixty per...

A Dauntless Mystery Solved

A Dauntless Mystery Solved

Jaylin Mandley, Editor

March 22, 2018


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New scientific research claims that there is an entire chapter in Amelia Earhart’s life that history ignores. Instead of dying in a plane crash as scientists originally speculated, new evidence shows that Amelia Earhart, the legendary American female pilot, died heroically as a castaway on the Island of ...

Breaking Records and Limits

Breaking Records and Limits

Janet Han, Photojournalist

March 20, 2018


Filed under News, Sports

Imagine speeding down a hill at 80 miles per hour, balancing on a pair of skis and poles as the snow piles up even higher. Now, try imagining doing that while being visually or physically impaired. It sounds pretty impossible to most, but over 500 incredibly determined and talented athletes did exact...

Spread of School Shootings Throughout the United States

Spread of School Shootings Throughout the United States

Malieka Khan, Photojournalist

March 19, 2018


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The topic of school shootings has been spreading around the United States very quickly for the past month or so. Lately, due to the recent events of shootings coming closer and closer to Yorba Linda, many students have taken it on themselves to speak out for this cause, but also educate themselves on ...

Stoneman Douglas Students Take A Stand- And So Should We

Stoneman Douglas Students Take A Stand- And So Should We

Stephanie Pocci, Photojournalist

March 18, 2018


Filed under News, Opinions

On February 14th, 2018 a mass shooting occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.  A deadly school massacre which produced the death of seventeen innocent victims and many more wounded by the rain of bullets.  However, the camaraderie and diligence of the students preva...

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