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
Tag Archives: Schurr High School
by DOROTHY LIE
All at once, the rowdy, expectant crowd goes silent, as the light slowly greets every bystander, inch by inch, until all that was left was to speechlessly bask in its glory.
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.
by JUSTIN KANG
After the support of the community, ExtremeTrailers donated a new trailer to the Spartan Legion after their previous trailer was stolen.Read more
By MATTHEW BAHK
To improve the quality of music that the Schurr Orchestra performs, Antonio Castro hopes for a daily orchestra class.Read more
By MATTHEW BAHK & WILL WONG
As summer vacation approaches and students are excited to enjoy their free time, expansions of the Metro Rail throughout the area may offer a valuable resource for them to use.Read more
by ROBERT MIRANDA
On the first day of school this year, I was asked a question I have been turning over in my mind ever since.Read more
by SARAH HANASHIRO
The most recent and most populous generations include Generation Y, also called the “Millennials” and the unnamed new generation, which has been called Generation Z or the iGeneration.Read more
by KAYLA SISONRead more