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Lunar New Year at the Tet Festival

Lunar New Year at the Tet Festival

Melissa Tea, Online Manager/Staff Writer

February 3, 2020

  “Lunar New Year” is the term commonly used to refer the start of the first new moon of the lunar calendar celebrated by several Asian cultures and ends 15 days later with the first full moon. Because of the continuously altering moon cycle, the date of Lunar New Year changes every year anywher...

Best Art Student Interview

Dulce Jurado, Staff Writer

February 3, 2020

Frontline: “When did you start making art?” Rebecca Pinillos:  “I have made art all my life, but I guess I really started when I was in middle school.” FL: “What inspired you to start making art?” RP: “I would say my parents because my mom is a very creative person and would draw litt...

Star Wars: Brilliant or Bust

Star Wars: Brilliant or Bust

Joshua Pongco, Staff Writer

February 3, 2020

Frontline: What are your thoughts on the new Star Wars film?   Caleb Maffey (12): “There is a lot of fanservice which I appreciate, but it fails to be original.”   Rayne Lejano (11): “I didn’t like some of the small details, but the plot was solid.”   Ethan Tjoa (10): ...

2020 Anticipated Movie: No Time To Die

Brady Fox, Boys Sports Page Editor

February 3, 2020

Anticipated 2020 Movie: “No Time to Die” Brady Fox- Boys Sports Page Editor A look at the upcoming 007 movie releasing in April of this year Plot: After leaving the active service, James Bond enjoys a relaxing life in the Bahamas. His vacation comes to a halt after an old friend finds him and asks him for h...

2020 Anticipated movie: Quiet Place Part 2

Brady Charette, Staff Writer

February 3, 2020

Quiet Place 2 Preview What does the second installment of Quiet Place have in store for us this time around Brady Charette Staff Writer    The Abbott family must face the terrors of the outside world as they fight for survival in silence from alien creatures who hunt by sound. But the creatures aren’t t...

Little Women VS Little Women

Little Women VS Little Women

Mia Gutierrez, Editor-In-Chief

January 28, 2020

Since the first film adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women came out in 1933, there have been three other versions that came out in 1949, 1994, and 2019. With every new Little Women that comes out, each film emphasizes a different theme from the novel, which is in correspondence with the t...

Alternative Halloween Movies

Daphne Marsters, Staff Writer

October 14, 2019

   Beetlejuice is a movie where a pair of ghosts must learn to live with their new housemates, all while dealing with a mischievous magic salesman.    The Nightmare Before Christmas is a stop-motion film where Jack Skellington, the Pumpkin King, decides to leave Halloween Town for some inspira...

New Movies: Five Feet Apart

Payton Bullock, staff writer

April 10, 2019

  Five Feet Apart, released on March 15 of this year, follows 17 year old Stella, played by Haley Lu Richardson, as she battles Cystic Fibrosis. Her life in the hospital is filled with medications and strict routines, until she meets Will, played by Cole Sprouse. The two have an instant attraction, b...

Media and its Glorification of Serial Killers

Media and its Glorification of Serial Killers

Vincent Garcia, Staff Writer

February 13, 2019

For many years TV shows, movies, documentaries, and short films have all transformed the horrifically violent serial murders into entertaining motion pictures with the killers being portrayed by A-list actors. This obsession with serial killers, however, is not a new phenomenon and has been going on...

The Foodie Space

The Foodie Space

Sophia Pracilio, Editor-in-Chief

February 12, 2019

Attention all museum goers and food lovers: A new pop-up museum has arrived in Pasadena. The Foodie Space is an interactive modern art museum filled with innovative and daring creations at $20 during the week and $25 on the weekend. The Instagram worthy artworks are all based off of various local...

Beginning a Bullet Journal

Beginning a Bullet Journal

Sophia Pracilio, Editor-in-Chief

February 12, 2019

After years of constant frustration with the cost of planners and lack of space to include what I needed to plan my week, I decided to start a bullet journal, or a bujo as more artistic people say. I’m an avid Pinterest user, so pictures frequently popped up displaying colorful monthly spreads, inspi...

Artist of the Month

Artist of the Month

Olive Sanz, Staff Writer

January 23, 2019

Senior Emily Garcia entered a touching art piece to the Reflections competition, themed ‘Heros Around Me’. She sketched a simple image of a Rhino cuddling into the arms of a ranger. Emily loves to watch National Geographics so this year it was the endangered animals and rangers that risk their liv...

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