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MLB The Show 20 Review and Comparison

One of baseballs best, Javier Baez, on the cover of MLB the Show 20

Nic Gulizia, Sports Section Editor

May 1, 2020

For those of you who may not know me, I love video games and I love baseball. Recently, the newest MLB The Show game on the PS4 was released. I have been playing MLB The Show since 2015 when I got my first PS4. Since I’ve played from MLB 15 all the way until MLB 20, I would say I’m very knowledg...

The inequalities of the SAT

The inequalities of the SAT

Yash Sharma, Section Editor

March 21, 2020

Many juniors are worrying about their SAT in order to reach their designated university. But many juniors and seniors are concerned with their SAT scores due to it being unfair to people in lower-income families and backgrounds other than Asian-Americans. Even with this controversial debate which impa...

Young voters, rise!

Young voters, rise!

Mitch Itasaka, Staff Writer

March 21, 2020

The relationship between youth and politics is heading towards a brighter future. On a global scale, there is a rise in political activism among young people, who aspire to express their voice and make a difference in whatever issues they are passionate about. However, this trend alone will never all...

Cancelling cancelled culture

Maryjane Dominguez, Staff Writer

March 21, 2020

Imagine this: it's a normal day and you are doing your daily routine when suddenly, you check your phone and are bombarded by hate on social media. You’ve been canceled. Canceled culture refers to when the general public attempts to silence influential people such as celebrities, internet personalit...

Late start law in California will be beneficial

Late start law in California will be beneficial

Nic Gulizia, Sports Section Editor

March 21, 2020

It’s 7:30 in the morning. You wake up, get ready, and head off to school, which begins at 8:30. With the new law passed by Governor Gavin Newsom, all high schools are required to start no earlier than 8:30. In California, school districts have until the 2022-2023 school year to implement this change. ...

A later start time for school will mean negative effects for all

Emily Motta, Staff Writer

March 21, 2020

A bill passed by Governor Gavin Newsom on October 13, 2019, forbade schools to start later than 8:30 AM. This will have to take place before July 1, 2020.  Teenagers’ circadian rhythm; or natural sleep schedule, starts around 11 PM and ends around 8 AM, making this a problem for schools starting ...

Nico-teens: The next generation of addicts

Nico-teens: The next generation of addicts

Mekiah Glynn, Staff Writer

October 11, 2019

Vaping has been an issue since it was first invented in the mid-2000s, but just recently, the issue with vaping isn’t the annoying clouds of smoke in classrooms or the restrooms; it now involves the health of people who vape. The first vaping related death was reported in Illinois back in August, and...

Battle of the boba: A bubble tea review

Battle of the boba: A bubble tea review

Tatiana Martinez, Section Editor

March 28, 2019

It’s a sweltering hot day, and you really want to drink something other than water. Sitting in your desk is agony, especially when the AC isn’t doing anything to combat the heat. You’re thirsty and you want something that’s tasty and will quench your thirst. Popular beverage places around and by G...

Testing the trend: vegan for a week

Part of one of my healthy vegan dinners

Angie Gulizia, Editor in Chief

March 28, 2019

After watching what seemed like an endless amount of “What I eat in a day: vegan edition” youtube videos posted by fit, smiley teenage girls, I decided to see what the vegan hype was all about and go animal-product free for one week. This wasn’t going to be an easy task, though, and I needed mora...

The Campfire, my Experiences and What it’s like There now.

Jetti Stout, Staff Writer

March 26, 2019

You probably have heard about the two fires called, TheWoolsey Fire and Camp Fire which both started on November 8, 2018, and were fully contained on November 22 (Wolsey), and 25 (Camp Fire), 2018. You probably heard more about the one in Los Angeles though, The Woolsey fire. But how much did you hea...

What is going on with our ecosystem?

Factories producing air pollution.

Mekiah Glynn, Staff Writer

March 23, 2019

Humans are the main cause of the environment’s consistently worsening condition. But humanity doesn’t have the ability to live anywhere except Earth, and we need the ecosystem to be very specific to keep us alive. With what humans are doing to the environment, we won’t kill off Earth—we are just ki...

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