by EVELYN WONG
The road to success isn’t smooth. It’s filled with curve balls, strike outs and uneven playing fields.
by DOMINIQUE LIE
For the first time in school history, the girls water polo team won a California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section (CIF-SS) Division 2 Championship, Feb. 25, earning Schurr’s first CIF win by a female team.
by RYAN HSU
Joe David won Mr. Schurr High, besting the other finalists at the annual event held by Renaissance March 10 in the auditorium.
by AMANDA GONZALEZ
Despite the common belief that social media is destructive to teenagers’ confidence, recent research done by the University of California, Irvine, has proven that posting selfies can actually help boost self-esteem.
by MELODY YU
Female engineering students will participate in the Women in Engineering Femineer Summit at Cal Poly Pomona today.
by DIANA DIAZ
Advancement Via Individual Determination (A.V.I.D) will host its annual talent show in the auditorium tonight at 6.
by JOANNA LEI
Presenting a wide range of authentic Indian menu options, Curry Hut Indian Food packs big, bold flavors into a small, fast food restaurant.
by STEPHANIE TANG
I opened the cover of the booklet, flipping through approximately 15 pages before I saw the first step, which was to find the 2×16 flat Lego and attach the small name placard with the words “Trevi Fountain.”
by EVELYN WONG
Grappling her way toward the top five wrestlers in California, senior Sarah Zaragoza sets an example for local female athletes for years to come.
by ANTHONY VUONG
Releasing his third studio album “Divide” singer Ed Sheeran brings a mixture of frustrating emotions to his music that possibly embody view of love.
by LAUREN KIM
With their special hidden messages, flowers make lovely gifts during the springtime.
by LAUREN KIM & STEPHANIE MUÑOZ
Through sour strip candies and customized T-shirts, two students were able to experience the reality of being an entrepreneur.