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Career, Technology Students Use Skills to Help Homeless

Career, Technology Students Use Skills to Help Homeless

Eden Amberber, Co-Editor-in-Chief

January 3, 2017

The technology education program has put together a project in which they will create units of shelter for homeless families to sleep in at night. Instructors expect 50 units to be completed by Dec. 16. These units, or pods as the students call them, will be small, portable and lightweight. Print imaging...

Michelle Juby

Michelle Juby

Leyla Siraj and Miranda Molina

September 6, 2016

I’m gonna be a forensic anthropologist. I like figuring out what happens to dead people and bring them justice. I want to be like the girl on Bones.

A League of My Own

graphic by Edith Perez

Connie Ho, Co-Editor-In-Chief

May 13, 2016

He ran through the door and plopped down in front of his computer. After logging on, he excitedly checked out the new updates available and started a new game. Soon enough, bright colored beams appeared on screen, as he and his teammates deployed their attacks in order to defeat their enemy and claim...

From unfortunate injury to unexpected discovery

From unfortunate injury to unexpected discovery

Eden Amberber, Reporter

April 15, 2016

  Senior Oscar Marin found his passion for physical therapy unintentionally. During the first football game of the season, Marin tore a ligament in his leg and fractured his fibula. For Marin, it was not just a moment of pain, but also of guidance. “[Our team] was running a play, and while I ...

Acting dreams turn into long life-journey

Acting dreams turn into long life-journey

SaSchel Moore, Reporter

November 4, 2015

Ever since she was a child, Dr. Cara Cerrone had a dream. Coming from an abusive home where talking could get her into trouble to becoming a chiropractor and getting her doctorate degree is a journey that Cerrone endured with an open mind and a flare of determination. However the harsher vices of life...