• News

    National Hispanic Recognition Program

    By Julia Loughlin Congratulations to Sebastian Lechner, Hugo Tlapa, and Teofilo Word. They have been qualified for the National Hispanic Recognition Program for scoring in the top 2.5% on...

    Nationals Results

    by Julia Loughlin Here are the results of USA Nationals in Anaheim: JV Pom finished 6th out of 11 teams in the JV Song/Pom division. Both Cheer and Varsity...

    Wrestling team is on their way to CIF

    By Julia Loughlin Two wrestlers qualify for CIF Masters Tournament next week. Andrew Shin (’19) earned 5th place at Cerritos College. Sarine Mardirosian  (’22) earned 3rd place at Roosevelt...

  • Feature

  • Opinion

    Illegal organ trading is destroying innocent lives

    By Vera Arestakesyan Rita Sarkar, living in New Delhi, told her husband of her abdominal pain and had an appendectomy (removal of the appendix), two years ago. Ever since...

    They call for change

    By Talar Anoushian and Amber Arnaout Seventeen people were taken from the Earth on February 14th—it was Valentine’s day. A day to express love became a day to express...

    A stand against euthanasia

    By Vera Arestakesyan There have been numerous debates over the performance of euthanasia. A common trend is the idea that it can end a person’s misery and cease their...

  • Entertainment

    The Unsung Kalimba

    By: Aaron Facundo                  It’s cheap, portable and has a great therapeutic sound that is sure to attract the masses of people...

    Nationals Results

    by Julia Loughlin Here are the results of USA Nationals in Anaheim: JV Pom finished 6th out of 11 teams in the JV Song/Pom division. Both Cheer and Varsity...

    Hoover culinary students cook for the Grammys

    By: Aaron Facundo           About a dozen Careers Through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) students and alumni assisted in the preparation and service for about 5,000...

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