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A Journey Built on Dreams

Pictured is the cover for Dr Seuss's famous children's book.

Emily Ito, Editor-in-Chief

May 23, 2020

“You're off to Great Places! Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting. So...get on your way!” -Dr. Seuss, Oh, the Places You’ll Go  The future. It’s a terrifying concept and an unavoidable reality. Conceptualizing what it may hold is incredibly difficult and daunting. There is so much unc...

The Brightside

Zoom has been a popular way for families to celebrate birthdays and other celebrations during quarantine.

Sarah Meadows, Section Editor

May 15, 2020

In times of distress, it is often very difficult to find the positives when the whole entire world seems to be focusing on the negatives. Nonetheless, during the Coronavirus pandemic, people have been desperate for some positivity in their lives, and have sought to find the good in a horrible situatio...

The New Ship: Coronavirus x Xenophobia Pt.2

This here is the French movement of the #imnotavirus with the paper saying “I’m not a virus” in French. The rising cases of xenophobia needs to stop.

Eunice Ahn, Photojournalist

May 15, 2020

Despite the awareness people are trying to bring to the problems of xenophobia, the new cases of attacks against Asians are increasing. In a time of fear, everyone can not help but feel frustrated and scared over how extreme the situation has become, but this does not justify the horrible acts of ha...

Looking Forward Not Back

A picture of a view from the Griffith Observatory taken before the pandemic to show the beautiful view waiting for people to see after the world is healthy and safe again.

Malieka Khan, Section Editor

May 15, 2020

People are constantly talking about what they are losing during a time such as now. But, a lot of the time they forget about the future. Though all feelings are valid and so so many people in the world right now are losing out on things they have earned and deserved and should be amazing moments, not ...

The Curse of the 20’s

The Covid-19 pandemic seems surreal to many, as it is hard to believe that a virus is sweeping through the globe and spreading its evil wrath everywhere it goes.

Sarah Meadows, Section Editor

May 15, 2020

Anyone with at least the smallest historic knowledge knows that the 1920’s was one of the most “cursed” decades of all time. The decade began shortly after the end of World War I, which left many Americans frustrated with the outcome of the war. With that being said, the “Roaring 20’s” allowe...

The Symbol of the Virus: Masks

An example of 3 Asian girls wearing face masks. Compared to America, it is obvious how much of a fashion statement masks are in this picture.

Eunice Ahn, Photojournalist

May 15, 2020

When most people think about masks, they would probably think about doctors or the mask trend that has been circulating throughout Asia for years. However, after the emergence of the Coronavirus, masks now go hand in hand with this virus. What originally was something normal in Asia is now deemed as a...

The Effect of the Coronavirus on Crimes

As a result of the coronavirus, the number of crimes could either go up or down.

Tiana Salisbury, Photojournalist

May 13, 2020

The coronavirus has affected many people and has caused communities to quarantine and stay home in fear of getting infected. Individuals have been forced to work at home, and others have lost their jobs as a result of the virus. While everyone is staying home, what is happening to crime rates? Will ...

Silent but Deadly: How Lack of Information led to The Thrive of a Pandemic

After failing to inform President Trump of how the virus was actually impacting the US, Trump is threatening to withdraw funds to them for the time being.

Kylie de Best, Photojournalist

May 13, 2020

Shhh! Don’t tell anyone! This is a common saying heard amongst a lot of people, especially in scholastic environments. However, it seems this secretive behavior never seems to go away, even in professional cases. Many may feel it is to protect people, but in reality, it only leads to more problems ...

Senioritis: The Pattern Before the Pandemic

This is my personal interpretation of how senioritis feels.  Weighed down by a lack of excitement and motivation, the world appears drab and grey.

Zachary Ninomiya, Section Editor

May 13, 2020

As students progress through twelfth grade, they often become afflicted by an ailment.  This ailment is characterized by a general lack of motivation, displeasure with one’s current place in life, and apathy regarding schoolwork.  These are all common traits of one condition: senioritis. Despi...

The Effect of the Postal System on the Economy

What do we stand to lose if the US Postal Service stops functioning? As it turns out, quite a lot.

Sharon Sun, Photojournalist

May 13, 2020

The US Postal Service has a long history dating back to 1775, when the Second Continental Congress established Benjamin Franklin as its first Postmaster General. However, among the widespread outbreak of the coronavirus, eyes have begun turning towards the modern post office as it struggles to land ...

An Athlete’s Perspective.

The end of a wrestling match won by Karina Shah.

Karina Shah, Photojournalist

May 13, 2020

With school shut down there are many different aspects of everyday life for students that have been ruined. With our classes being moved online, graduation pushed back, events cancelled and many more things that a pandemic has caused, there are also many athletes lost. All athletic events have been c...

Beaches Reopen in parts of California

People enjoy the beach on April 25, 2020 amidst the nationwide coronavirus outbreak

Priscilla Kim, Photojournalist

May 13, 2020

Despite California’s stay-at-home order implemented by Governor Gavin Newsom, this did not stop locals from visiting the beach this past week as weather started to rise up in the 80s and 90s. Seeking relief from this heat wave, thousands of people crowded beaches all around Orange County and Ventur...

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