• Stepping into nature with Borba and Kang

    by EDDIE LU

    Promoting the student health and environmental improvement, Applied Environmental Science teachers Tanya Borba and Tiffany Kang are meeting their students on weekends in various locations to practice hiking.

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  • Khalid returns with ‘Scrutiny’

    by AMANDA GONZALEZ

    Following the success of his first album, American Teen, Khalid’s new EP offers emotional R&B with personal lyrics.

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  • TV Review: ‘Manifest’ captivates viewers

    by RYAN HSU

    Created by Jeff Rake and produced by Robert Zemeckis of “Back to the Future” and “Forrest Gump” fame, “Manifest” uses a premise that combines elements of mystery and science-fiction to create a compelling new show.

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  • Film depicts racial injustice

    by EMILY LAW

    Demonstrating the importance of using one’s voice to advocate for those they love and their own culture, “The Hate U Give” tells an inspirational story about a teenager’s capability of standing against police brutality within her community.

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  • October ‘Pink Out’ supports awareness of breast cancer

    by SOPHIA VEGA

    Breast cancer awareness month helps spread consciousness about an illness that affects one in every eight women in the United States.

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  • Guest Perspective: Principal Stacey Honda

    Dear  Spartan  Community,  

    During Homecoming,  I realized that I was  one of the questions on the  Spartan Scavenger Hunt as many  students asked me to name the seven  positions I held at Schurr High School.  I could only name six, and Mrs. Montanez-Ramirez  reminded me that I was a student.

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  • Band to perform at Loara Review

    by KATLYN TANG Tang & GIOVANNY MARTINEZ
    Spartan Band and Drill Team will compete at Loara High School for the 22nd Annual Loara Band Review and Field Show Tournament and are striving to win the first place title.

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  • Substance abuse stigma

    by STYVALIZH URIBE
    As celebrities and the media allow the stigma of drugs to seem socially acceptable, it essentially undermines the political campaign, the “war on drugs,” as society neglects the severity of its problem.

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  • Vazquez strikes gold at nationals

    by CITLALI MORENO & SOFIA CUEVAS
    For the first time in school history, students in SkillsUSA spent part of summer break competing at nationals, where senior Damian Vazquez won a gold medal.

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  • Swinging into league, girls tennis look towards upcoming matches

    by ANNA MINASYAN 
    Concluding preseason successfully, the Spartan netters look to continue their momentum against the Montebello Oilers at a home match, Oct. 2.

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