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Broke and With a Degree

Jose Olvera, Staff Writer

February 3, 2017

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While in high school, many students dream of going to college and getting a career afterwards. This sounds like a simple plan, but there is one factor that has made it increasingly difficult for students to start their career...

5 Things to do Over Thanksgiving Break

Elizabeth Ruvalcaba, Staff Writer

November 17, 2016

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In the past, LAUSD has only given students two days of vacation for the Thanksgiving holiday but in recent years the district had decided to give us a whole week off. The break is a breath of fresh air for most students but staying...

The Odds of…

Agustin Chavez, Staff Writer

November 17, 2016

Filed under Features

Everyday, there is always a chance of something happening. Today you might see a celebrity, die from a bar of soap, Kid Cudi might finally release his album. The possibilities are endless. However, there are possibilities that...

The Spooky Roots of Halloween

Fatima Aroma, staff Writer

November 4, 2016

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Not many people actually know when Halloween began. There are several accounts on when it started. Halloween began around 2,000 years ago in Ireland. Back then, the Irish were known as Celts. Every year on November 1st, the Celts...

The Possibility of New Outlet Malls

Adrian Frias, Sports Editor

September 20, 2016

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Seven months after the NFL rejected, the City of Carson's bid for an NFL stadium, city officials have announced a new project. The project proposes the building of an outlet mall, which will house over 150 retail outlets. City...

Horchateria Rio Luna

Horchateria Rio Luna

September 20, 2016

Features