Despite journalism’s increasingly unpopular reputation in some circles, it has played a significant role in informing the public and is crucial for a thriving democracy because it helps people make their own judgments about a wide spectrum of issues.Read more
by SOPHIA VEGA
Breast cancer awareness month helps spread consciousness about an illness that affects one in every eight women in the United States.Read more »
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.Read more »
by ANNA MINASYANRead more »
Concluding preseason successfully, the Spartan netters look to continue their momentum against the Montebello Oilers at a home match, Oct. 2.
by VIVIANA RODRIGUEZ
Catching the attention of commuters, the construction on Wilcox Avenue that started in September, is being done to improve energy grids in Monterey Park and neighboring cities.
by KATRINA LIN
photo by EDDIE LU
Renaissance will be hosting their first of two rallies Nov. 16 in Byers Gymnasium.
by VIVIAN RODRIQUEZ
After working for three years at the district office, former principal Stacey Honda, has resumed her role as the head of the school.Read more
by EMILY DUONG
Fall homecoming culminates tomorrow with the varsity football game at 7 p.m. on the Ken Davis Field against the San Gabriel Matadors.Read more
by GIOVANNY MARTINEZ
Recycling is one of the simple yet efficient ways of reusing energy and reducing climate change. However, many unintentionally try to recycle items that are actually not recyclable, which can ironically still end up harming the planet.
by STYVALIZH URIBE & KIA HARLAN
With a successful preseason, boys varsity waterpolo is hopeful about placing in the California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) championships this coming season.Read more
by CITLALI MORENO
A shoe lover’s nightmare: someone stepping on their brand new, white kicks.
by LAUREN KIM & KATRINA LIN
In today’s culture, people are predisposed to believe that material wealth leads to happiness; however, what is perceived as happiness is actually just satisfaction.Read more
by EMILY DUONG & EDDIE LU
The harriers competed at their first league meet Sept. 26, Wednesday. JV girls cross country took second place, varsity girls earned fifth place, and the rest of the teams all took first place.Read more