BY KIA HARLAN
Offering a unique glimpse into the creation of some favorite literary characters, the biographical drama “Goodbye Christopher Robin” gives audiences insight into how Alan Alexander Milne (A. A. Milne) created Winnie-the-Pooh.
BY KIA HARLAN
BY AMANDA GONZALEZ
P!nk releases her first album in five years, offering a reminder of her iconic, older hits but with a new and unapologetic attitude.
BY DOMINIQUE LIE
A familiar routine would follow roll call when substitute teachers showed up in class or a nurse called me in to the doctor’s office.
BY GISELLE MANZANO
One decision is all it takes to create an impact on our future, moving us one step closer to either successful achievement or complete despair.
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 JOSHUA BOLUS
Inspired by the Disney film “Into the Woods,” drama classes are producing the play “Once Upon a Time” Nov. 15 and 16 at 7 p.m., in the auditorium.
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 MELLISA MULIA
I hate water.