WINTER FORMAL was robbed.
Let’s be frank…Do you actually need your phone by your side every second of the day?
The happiest of birthday surprises…
With the extremely crucial win in Nevada, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has greatly improved his chances of winning the democratic nomination in the 2020 race for the Presidency.
In one moment, you see her playing a magnificent solo on her mellophone in a concert. In another moment, you witness her choreographing brilliant dances for school. As if you could not get enough of her, you then see her collaborating alongside many others in a various amount of activities. Meet the talented, resourceful and dazzling senior Allison Cautin.
“Enjoy the best things in your life cuz you ain’t gonna get to live it twice.”
Boys don’t cry.
Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) attended its annual Southern Section Leadership Conference (SSLC) at Valencia High School on Saturday, Feb. 22.
As western social-culture continues to grow and evolve, there has been an increasing fear of a phenomenon spurred by social media: cancel culture. However, some fears are more irrational than others.
On Wednesday, Feb. 19, girl’s soccer suffered a decisive loss to Sierra Canyon with a score of 0-3.
A movement for improved education methods in public schools has become a primary focus in California, but it hasn’t been through the teaching of driver’s education.
Robotics hosted a science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) and Robotics Fair on Feb. 15.
‘Pow! Pow!’ This is not a drill…
“Everything in food is science. The only subjective part is when you eat it.” -Alton Brown.
One moment, she can be seen dancing to the rhythmic beat of the music, center stage. In the next, she is promoting one of the most popular clothing brands in America. And just when you think she may have too much on her plate, she is taking on leadership roles within several clubs to help her community. All while keeping up with her academics, junior Sally Pan is a prime example of how talent and hard work can achieve great things.
Nice guys (almost always) finish last.