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Christmas Chaos

Christmas Chaos

Caitlyn Truong, Photojournalist

January 22, 2018


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Lights are twinkling, snow is falling, the smell of peppermint is filling the air; the holidays are drawing near and are followed closely by the frenzy of the season. From stressed parents scrambling to find the perfect present for their children to the packed airport of travelers trying to get home...

Thomas Fire Continues to Spread

Thomas Fire Continues to Spread

Courtney Poon, Photojournalist

January 22, 2018


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Thomas Fire: a small wildfire that soon evolved into a monstrous inferno larger than New York City. According to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (CAL FIRE), as of December 11 only 20% of Thomas Fire had been contained. At 230,000 acres, it has become the fifth largest wildfire...

Traditional vs New Media News

Traditional vs New Media News

Malieka Khan, Photojournalist

January 22, 2018


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News, this year, has evolved into a completely different subject than years ago. A typical news cast shifts from weather reports, disease outbreaks, economic crisis to celebrity pregnancies, television show reviews, and the latest fads out in the world. How did this evolution occur in the first place, and i...

US Recognizing Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel

US Recognizing Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel

Emily Ito, Photojournalist

January 22, 2018


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Jerusalem, one of the holiest cities in the world, has been the cause of much dispute for over 50 years. Yet US president, Donald Trump, intends on declaring Jerusalem the capital of Israel on December 13. In addition, he plans to relocate the US embassy there. This decision has been plagued with controver...

Real or Fake?: ‘It’s Okay To Be White’ Movement

Real or Fake?: ‘It’s Okay To Be White’ Movement

Alyssa Pepito, Photojournalist

January 22, 2018


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There have been movements for good causes throughout this year, however, this “movement” is considered the most unnecessary. Both recently and even last month, there have been signs posted around school campuses such as Washington State University, University of California, Davis, Maryland High School, Tu...

The Future of Mankind on Mars

The Future of Mankind on Mars

Stephen Serrano, Section Editor

January 22, 2018


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With NASA advancing more technology, the near future of mankind on Mars is getting closer and closer every year. Mars is the closest planet that can possibly be habitable by humans. NASA plans on sending humans there on a one way trip in the 2030s (NASA). The trip to Mars is to see if humans really can ...

Trump’s New Immigration Policies

Trump’s New Immigration Policies

Bita Zadeh, Photojournalist

January 22, 2018


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  On Sunday, December 3rd President Trump gave federal agents the ability to enforce the nation's immigration laws. The Obama administration deported around 2.7 million people during his presidency. He focused mainly on undocumented immigrants who were convicted of very serious crimes, while m...

Apple Battery and Performance Slowdown

Apple Battery and Performance Slowdown

Abigail Kim, Photojournalist

January 22, 2018


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A concern millions of outraged iPhone users waited for finally disclosed on December 20th. Apple, a company that has “sold over 700 million iPhones since 2007”, uploaded a long awaited apology to its customers regarding the slower performance and short battery life of older apple products (iMore)...

13 Siblings Held Captive in Riverside

13 Siblings Held Captive in Riverside

Abigail Kim, Photojournalist

January 22, 2018


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A courageous dash through a window saved 13 lives and placed the culprits, parents, behind bars. In Riverside, Southern California, the 17-year old girl called authorities using a house phone after escaping a true nightmare. Authorities claim that the girl looked no older than 10 due to malnutrition. Th...

The 2018 Winter Olympics

The 2018 Winter Olympics

January 22, 2018


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Throughout years of history, nations all over the world have hosted and participated in the Olympics. Today, the 2018 Winter Olympics will be held in Pyeongchang County, South Korea, and take place February 9th to the 25th. In running with Germany and France, South Korea was able to win the majority vote...

Friends from the Same Mother

Friends from the Same Mother

Jaylin Mandley, Editor

January 22, 2018


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While many have brothers from another mother, lifelong friends Alan Robinson and Walter Macfarlane recently discovered they have a friendship bound by blood. After sixty years of knowing each other, the two friends learned that they had the same biological mother after taking various DNA tests. With ...

H&M’s Hoodie Controversy

H&M’s Hoodie Controversy

Bita Zadeh, Photojournalist

January 22, 2018


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  H&M is under fire after putting a product photo featuring a little black boy in a hoodie with the world’s “coolest monkey in the jungle” printed on the front. The hoodie may seem innocent on its own, but when a photograph of a young black model wearing it was posted, accusations of r...

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