BY JOSHUA BOLUSMembers of Spartans of the Plume won awards in the Scholastic Art and Writing Competition and are planning to participate in the spring contests, competitions and creative opportunities.Read more
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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.
(-Ingredients-procedure-own will Purpose: is to motivate, push people to look toward the future instead of dwelling and regretting) Steps: Preset mind to 350 degrees of positivity. Having a bright attitude is the best way to prepare and be ambitious. Stir your confidence, perseverance and effort into your ready-made capabilities and smarts. How fortunate to already have a mess-free, unique blendRead more
BY DOMINIQUE LIE
“I have nothing to write about.”
BY RYAN HSU
As the buzzer signals the end of the game, a sixth-grade Lonzo Ball celebrates with his teammates as they grab a victory from their eighth grade opponents.
BY KIA HARLAN
Continuing season, varsity and JV grapplers will compete in the West Coast Classic at Rosemead today and tomorrow.
BY ANNA MINASYAN
After their first home game of the preseason, the varsity lady cagers look to the four-day long Santiago tournament beginning Dec. 19.
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Finals can be a very stressful and scary time for students.
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 JOSHUA BOLUS
Spring semester classes for East Los Angeles College (ELAC) and the Regional Occupational Program (ROP) start in January and February.
BY EDDIE LU
To conserve electricity as well as provide a shaded parking area for faculty and students, solar panels are being installed in the upper and lower parking lots.