BY MELLISA MULIA
Although some students’ plans for a dream Winter break may consist of Netflix and sleep, there are a multitude of activities, from ice-skating to firework gazing, that can ‘light’ up the holidays and make long-lasting memories.
BY TIFFANY LIU
In the midst of a bustling scene with students painting posters and practicing instruments, three seniors hunch over a textbook as they eagerly discuss plans for college.
BY RAYLENE GUZMAN
Strolling down the street in Huntington Beach, a passerby stops in her tracks as she notices something out of the ordinary: it’s a small battalion of corgis in heading toward the beach.
BY MELLISA MULIAWalking by the trees near the flagpole, a student pauses to notice a tree that was once arrayed in its usual green and brown now decorated in an assortment of colors.
BY CITLALI MORENO
Halloween may represent horror, with spooky skeleton decorations and pumpkin carvings, but for the Latin American culture, it signifies more.
by TIFFANY LIU
Bringing excitement to those who appreciate Japanese culture, the Studio Ghibli Fest hopes to promote Japanese animation by showing various movies across different theaters across the country.
by CITLALI MORENO & RAYLENE GUZMAN
In hopes of keeping his family’s legacy alive, senior Korey Kito regularly assists at his family’s mochi shop, Fugetsu-Do.
by TIFFANY LIU
Strolling down the snack aisle at a local supermarket, a customer slows to a stop next to the Lay’s chips as he notices some interesting new flavors: Everything Bagel With Cream Cheese, Fried Green Tomato and Crispy Taco.
By TIFFANY LIU
Hoping to impart knowledge about the past and inspire visitors to think about the future, the 13th annual Museum Day Live! will be held on Sept. 23 across the nation in various museums.
By JOANNA LEI
The first visiting special exhibition at The Broad, the highly anticipated “Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors” will be open Oct. 21 to Jan. 1.