BY AMANDA GONZALEZ
“A Wrinkle in Time,” based on the classic 1962 novel by Madeleine L’Engle, hits theaters March 9, delighting readers.
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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.
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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.
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Working as a publisher, artist, writer and creator, this up-and-coming cartoonist does it all.
BY AMANDA GONZALEZ
BY DOMINIQUE LIE
I was pacing the way I always do when I’m anxious or nervous.
BY AKINA NISHI
It is too late to turn back once one has more responsibilities than time left on the clock, but this situation can be avoided when students learn the significance of managing time effectively.
BY KATRINA LIN
Ending their seasons with a record of 4-5-1 for varsity and a 5-4-1 for JV, the boys soccer teams look to improve.
BY KIA HARLAN
For the first time in Almont League history the lady grapplers competed in an all-girls league final coming away with three League Champions.
BY ANNA MINASYAN
After their game against the Mark Keppel Aztecs at homecoming, the varsity cagerettes concluded their season with a 4-6 league record and an 11-15 overall record.
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.
BY DOROTHY LIE
I closed my eyes and envisioned the Cinderella snow globe that consumed by innermost desires; then, I flipped the coin.
BY JACKY SHUM
Christmas is a festive time when many people give gifts to their friends and family, and while I absolutely love giving gifts to others, I have trouble accepting them.
BY CRYSTAL HUANG
Whenever the month of December approaches, my thoughts are constantly focused on giving gifts and wondering what would be the perfect present.
BY MELLISA MULIA
Just as Sungha Jung played a complicated, elaborate piece on the guitar— one that he composed himself— I once again popped another Salt and Vinegar Lay’s chip into my mouth.