BY TIFFANY LIU
Whittier’s newest city councilman walked Spartan halls for four years, ran track, played football, and wrote articles for the paper. Nowhere on his agenda at that time was the goal of winning elections and maneuvering in the political world.
BY TIFFANY LIU
BY KAITLYN DO
Speech and Debate team members will compete at Novice Championships at Gabrielino High School May 12 and Nationals June 17-22 at Fort Lauderdale, FL.
BY EDDIE LU
Hoping to create memorable experiences, United Student Body (USB) committee members will be hosting prom May 26 from 7 p.m.-12 a.m. with the “A Night at Gatsby’s” theme.
BY ALAN GUARADADO & ANNA MINASYAN
Signing their letters of intent to their respective schools, gridders Lance Babb, Michael Guerra and Michael Torres show Schurr athletes the academic success sports can bring with hard work and talent.
All freshmen, sophomores, Advancement Via Individual Determination (A.V.I.D.) and Pathways students received free phones as part of a grant from Sprint and the Sprint Foundation Aug. 29-31.Read more
by DIANA DIAZ
Valedictorian Evelyn Wong and co- salutatorians Madeline Klepzig and Jordan Leong will represent their class at the commencement ceremony to be held June 13 at 6 p.m. in the Weingart Stadium at East Los Angeles College (ELAC).Read more
by EVELYN WONG
The road to success isn’t smooth. It’s filled with curve balls, strike outs and uneven playing fields.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
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.Read more
BY CITLALI MORENO
Spring has come and summer will soon follow with its warming temperatures and unique celebrations, making it an ideal time to attend festivals and events.
BY MELLISA MULIA
Anger is an emotion I know all too well.
BY DOMINIQUE LIE
Although there are countless instances where I’ve demonstrated my shortcomings as a daughter, I remember a particular time about 10 years ago when my sisters and I neglected the filial responsibility of even acknowledging the day dedicated to appreciating our Mother.
BY KATRINA LIN
Girls’ League will host the annual Sadie Hawkins Dance, themed “Aloha from Sadies,” May 4 in the quad from 7-11 p.m.
BY JACKY SHUM/ CRYSTAL HUANG
There I was, 8 a.m. at the school library, falling asleep and about to fail my AP world history exam./ After earning a “2” on my AP World History exam sophomore year, I realized that I needed to start studying earlier, understand the intensity of taking an AP exam, and was adamant about passing my junior year AP exam.
BY KIA HARLAN & JAYDEN LIU
Working as a publisher, artist, writer and creator, this up-and-coming cartoonist does it all.
BY ANNA MINASYAN
In her debut album entitled Isolation, Columbian-American Kali Uchis mixes Latin influences with R&B and soul to create a unique sound, attracting listeners to the soothing voice and compelling tale of the artist.
BY LAUREN KIM
Mixing Japanese cuisine and Southern soul food in their fried chicken, Tokyo Fried Chicken Co. offers unique flavors.