Cruising for Heroes: Royal Caribbean’s Good Deed

A Royal Caribbean ship out at sea.

Emma Garcia, Staff Writer

February 25, 2020

Not too long ago, Australia had a breakout of wildfires that severely affected the land, people and the animal population. Unfortunately, the fires are still continuing but, luckily, many first responders from Australia, the United States and many other countries have put their lives on the line to help...

Cal 3 Goes To the Next Degree

Miguel Lemus, Staff Writer

May 26, 2018

Over the past year, California residents have had a distinct way of dealing with the lack of representation within their state and their motivation to become independent from the United States. In 2017, the "Yes California" campaign aimed to gain as many ballot signatures as possible in order for California...

Fatal incendio en California

Fatal incendio en California

Orestes Garcia, Staff Writer

December 13, 2017

Seis mounstrous de fuego azotan California de manera brutal, el primero de ellos fue el Thomas que dijo presente el lunes en la tarde en Ventura. Luego entre el mismo martes y el miércoles un Tridente azota a Los Ángles : Creek, Rye y Skirball. Riverside se vio afectado el jueves por el incendio Liberty...

Calexit: The Next Brexit?

California secedes from the U.S.

Miguel Lemus, Staff Writer

August 22, 2017

Since President Trump's election victory, some Californians have begun to set in motion their idea of seceding from the union and becoming an independent country. As of now, the party leading these efforts is the "Yes California Campaign". Before the official legal process can begin, they are attempting...

Winter Break 2017: Cavs Go Places

Sophomore Angelle Garcia enjoys the California Coast during winter break.

Emily Simon, Staff Writer

January 13, 2017

Winter break is a time when every student looks forward to making great memories, regardless of where they happen. Many students stay at home and go out with friends to local hot spots to turn the time off into a "stay-cation," while others have the opportunity to explore other parts of the country and the...

Recap: May 16 – 22

In news this week: Chibok girls found, Egyptair flight goes down in the Mediterranean, desegregation ruling in Mississippi and Sanders versus the DNC.

Sophie Feinberg, Editor

May 22, 2016

International Affairs First missing Chibok girl found after 2 years as Boko Haram prisoner "When Amina Ali Nkeki was kidnapped by the Nigerian terrorist group Boko Haram more than two years ago, she was a mere schoolgirl. On Tuesday night, she apparently wandered out of a forest, asking for help, acc...

Recap: November 30 – December 6

This week: protests at Paris Climate Conference, Netanyahu responds to Kerry, shooting in San Bernardino and increasing numbers of ISIS supporters in the US.

Sophie Feinberg, Editor

December 6, 2015

International Affairs EU reaches $3bn deal with Turkey to curb refugee crisis "The European Union has struck a deal with Turkey in Brussels that aims to limit the flow of refugees into the continent. Leaders from 28 EU members states met with Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu on Sunday, f...

Recap: September 14-September 21

September 14-September 21

Daniela Quijano, Managing Editor

September 22, 2015

International Affairs Germany imposes border control due to migrants "European Union officials are holding emergency meetings in Brussels today on the influx of refugees, following Germany’s unprecedented decision to institute temporary controls on its border with Austria Sunday. Germany shut down tr...

Recap: June 1- June 7

Recap: June 1- June 7

Daniela Quijano, Editor

June 8, 2015

International Affairs U.N. Climate Deal in Paris The United Nations' climate deal in Paris seeks to find a solution to the climate change crisis. However, it seems that keeping global temperatures from rising two degrees Celsius is not realistic. Some experts proposed new alternatives to the 2C goal...

Parents Refuse to Vaccinate Their Children

Getting vaccinated is an important step in stopping the spread of disease.

Jake Paz, Staff Writer

February 20, 2015

Many parents refuse to vaccinate their children due to claims of harmful side affects such as autism, which have never been scientifically proven. However, due to the resulting Anti-Vaccine movement, an increasing amount of people are choosing not to take the flu shot or the MMR vaccine, which is used...

Napa Valley Earthquake

Napa Valley Earthquake

Jake Paz, Staff Writer

August 29, 2014

The strongest earthquake to affect Napa, California since 1989 struck at 3:20 a.m. on Aug. 24, 2014. This magnitude 6.0 earthquake injured more than 170 people and damaged about 100 homes leaving them unsafe for people to live in. One survivor was  a 13 year old boy who was in his home sleeping...

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