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Picture perfect locations for your senior pictures

Jose Quintanilla, Photographer May 9, 2022

Summer is approaching us, and with that, so are senior pictures. Traditionally, high school students who are planning to graduate in the coming year, will take pictures either over the summer or throughout...

How to spend your spring break stay-cation

Devyn Lao, Photography Editor March 31, 2022

Spring break is right around the corner, and that could mean a beach trip with friends, a ski trip up north, or for most, a relaxing week at home. For some, staying at home sounds like the worst way to...

How to stop the seasonal sniffles

Sydney Scott, Opinion Editor March 31, 2022

It’s officially allergy season. That means runny noses, congestion, sneezing, dry and itchy eyes, and even raspy voices. Since Covid, allergies have been looked at as a possible Covid infection. Any...

McDonald’s Shamrock Shake Review

Ava Abdouli, Opinions Staff Writer March 30, 2022

McDonald’s first introduced the fan-favorite “Shamrock Shake” in 1970. It has been released every March since. Many customers have mixed feelings about the St. Patrick's Day inspired drink. Some...

St. Patrick’s Day origins

Logan Kersey, 2nd LHS News Editor March 17, 2022

Celebrated on March 17th, St. Patrick’s Day brings color and cheer to the new year. After the cold of winter is over, festivals across the country are held to bring joy and excitement to spring. It is...

Irish you a happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Trinity Vidal, G&B Editor March 7, 2022

It is probably that at least once in your life, you have gotten pinched for not wearing green on St. Patrick’s day. Every March 17th we celebrate this Irish holiday, by dressing up as leprechauns and...

The dos and don’ts of Prom

Devyn Lao, Photography Editor February 24, 2022

Prom, also known as the biggest and greatest social gathering of your high school years, is coming up in April of 2022. For many, it’s not that big of a deal, but for most, it’s the one thing in high...

The gory origins of Valentine’s day

Logan Kersey, LHS News Editor February 11, 2022

St. Valentine’s Day, or simply Valentine’s Day, is one of the most celebrated holidays in the United States. According to the National Retail Federation, roughly 55% of Americans celebrate the holiday....

Groundhog Day

The Origins of Groundhog Day

Logan Kersey, 2nd LHS News Editor February 1, 2022

Every year, on February 2nd, people across the United States and Canada celebrate what might be the strangest and most oddly specific event on the calendar. On that day, nearly the entire continent observes...

Starbucks Holiday Drinks

Review of 2021 Starbucks Holiday Flavors

Ava Abdouli, Opinions Staff Writer December 14, 2021

Every year around the holidays, Starbucks introduces its yearly line of holiday flavors. This year there are six flavors: Peppermint mocha, Iced Sugar Cookie Almond Milk latte, Chestnut Praline Latte,...

Christmas Decorations

When should you decorate for Christmas?

Ava Abdouli, Opinions Staff Writer December 14, 2021

Have you ever walked into a store mid-September to be faced with an overwhelming amount of Christmas decorations? Not only shops, but also people have been known to decorate beyond early, which leaves...

Where are all of the toys?

Chase Almond (new), G&B Writer December 14, 2021

It's almost that time of the year again: the winter holidays, where we all get together with friends and family and give each other gifts, but unfortunately, it seems like there is a toy shortage. But...

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