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Why Class of 2020 Seniors Are Facing Similar Circumstances to Those During Hurricane Katrina

The class of 2020 seniors are facing experiences that many high school senior Hurricane Katrina survivors dealt with.

Stephen Serrano, Section Editor

May 8, 2020

Quarantine. Coronavirus. These two words just determined the rest of senior year for our class of 2020 seniors. With the cancellation of school meaning no senior activities such as prom, Morp, Senior Breakfast, Senior Farewell Rally, and of course, graduation. This is the first time in a generation ...

Nature’s Sigh of Relief

As the coronavirus forces individuals to stay at home, nature has taken over, including this sighting of goats in the streets of a town in Wales.

Caitlyn Truong, Editor-in-Chief

May 1, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has stopped the world in its tracks. Restaurants, stores, schools, movie theaters, churches, and amusement parks have dimmed their lights, waiting for the economy to reopen. Individuals have closed their doors, waiting for the opportunity to see their friends and family. As the econ...

The Coronavirus Healthcare Crisis

Healthcare workers are risking their lives to fight the coronavirus.

Fiona Salisbury, Photojournalist

April 30, 2020

The demand for healthcare is increasing as the number of patients with coronavirus increases. It has become common knowledge that the United States has the greatest number of infections and deaths in the world. Doctors and nurses across the country are working to the best of their abilities to fight the...

The Effects of Coronavirus on United States Politics

Donald Trump making faces at reporters during an interview with CNN.

Karina Shah, Photojournalist

April 29, 2020

Coronavirus, the SARS strain virus that broke out in China in 2019, has become a global pandemic that spread rapidly and continued into 2020. It has become an increasingly large problem for governments to control the pandemic within their own countries. While the government focuses on the pandemic, many o...

Presidential Race Recap

The remaining democratic candidates, Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden on stage during the break of their debate joking about their matching suit colors.

Karina Shah, Photojournalist

April 29, 2020

Every fourth year, there is a presidential election to determine whether the current president continues their presidency, or if they have already been in office for eight years, to find their replacement. There are two main political parties, which often have different types of beliefs. They are the ...

California Coastlines

Oyster reefs are one of the newest methods of preventing coastal erosion. Communities even in Orange County are working to establish oyster beds to buffer abrasive currents.

Emily Eslao, Photojournalist

April 25, 2020

Beaches are perhaps one of the most iconic landscapes that characterize California as a state. In fact, U.S. News comments that “when first-time visitors imagine California, one of the first things that comes to mind is the beach.” This is likely due to the fact that California boasts more than 420...

U.S. Update on Covid-19

USNS Comfort docks on the shores of New York to provide a helping hand for struggling hospitals.

Sharon Sun, Photojournalist

April 21, 2020

The United States has advanced to first place in the world rankings for the most cases of the coronavirus. As of March 30, there have been nearly 164 thousand cases confirmed in America, according to Johns Hopkins University’s Covid-19 counter. The number far surpasses that of Italy, which clocks in ...

Grocery Store Madness

At many local stores such as Costco, items are sold out as a result of people hoarding certain products.

Tiana Salisbury, Photojournalist

April 21, 2020

If you have ever gone to a local grocery store, you have probably seen long lines of shoppers waiting to enter or to purchase what they came to buy. Inside of that store, you would instantly notice all of the empty shelves which once had items such as paper products, medicine, and frozen food. All of this ha...

California School Closures

Most schools in California are shutting down as coronavirus becomes increasingly more concerning.

Fiona Salisbury, Photojournalist

April 9, 2020

In the past few weeks COVID-19, more commonly known as coronavirus, has become increasingly more concerning throughout California, the United States, and the rest of the world. More recently, many schools in California have closed due to the pandemic. This has caused problems across the state as educators f...

Coming Together While Six Feet Apart

Drive-by birthday parties are one of the numerous ways people are connecting with one another while social distancing.

Caitlyn Truong, Editor-in-Chief

April 4, 2020

The infectious nature of COVID-19 has warranted “social distancing,” the term referring to the recommended six feet distance from others in order to prevent the spread of the virus. Schools, universities, stores, restaurants, and even Disneyland--for only its third time in history--have closed in...

How the World Stopped For the Coronavirus

An eerily deserted New York serves as a reminder of how the world has come to a halt in response to the coronavirus.

Caitlyn Truong, Editor-in-Chief

March 30, 2020

On December 31 of last year, China reported its first cases of the novel coronavirus in its Wuhan province. In the following months, the coronavirus, later officially renamed to COVID-19, spread across the world, stopping everything in its path.   COVID-19 has spread to 214 countries and ter...

Nevada Democratic Debate: Bloomberg’s Battle

The Democratic presidential candidates at the Nevada Debate continue their campaigns.

Kobi Khong, Photojournalist

March 2, 2020

The ninth Democratic presidential debate began in Nevada on February 19, 2019, with billionaire and former Mayor of New York City Michael Bloomberg making his debut on stage. With him was Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Former Vice President Joe Biden, Massachusetts Senato...

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