Deichler wins LMUSD Teacher of the Year

Carly Krauk and Chloe Housley

June 5, 2020

During the end of the 2019-20 school year, AP Government and AP US History teacher, Philip Deichler, won both the NHS and LMUSD Teacher of the Year awards. Mr. Deichler is known around campus for his outgoing personality as well as his kind hea...

The Life of a Titan Teacher

Angelina Ruiz, Writer

May 13, 2020

  Mrs. Gaffney would use her imagination a lot as a favorite thing to do when growing up she told me. “It entertained me and led me to do some pretty fun things, building a conveyor belt from my house to my friend’s h...

Today is the Day

Dillon Christopher, Writer

April 12, 2020

As the day got closer and closer to kick-off I was getting more and more nervous. Before and during every practice my coach would tell us that we have a mission. That mission was to win this game in order to be in a safe spot ...

A Questionable Award

Juan Shogren Tutiven, Writer

April 12, 2020

“And here are the 4th graders who have achieved English Proficiency! Give them a round of applause!”   The restless crowd of elementary school kids gave a half-hearted attempt at applause. Lunch was coming up, and the ...

Mans Best Friend

Adrianna Aguilar, Writer

April 12, 2020

 I had a dog named Pops. I was there when he was born right up until he turned 11 months old. He was a pitbull lab mix with mixed dark and light brown fur with beautiful greenish-white eyes. The type of eyes that got complime...

The Beginning of Me

Jazmyn Gonzalez, Writer

April 12, 2020

One afternoon I was sitting at my table, looking at a blank screen on my old laptop thinking “I'm doing this for me, so I can have money in my pocket and be able to support myself, I need to find a job.”   I had to make th...

The Biggest GoalAngel

Angela Martinez, Writer

April 12, 2020

“Shoot it, Kick it, Just do it.” is the only thing that I could hear in my ears. Repeating and echoing like a song on replay. In my head, it seemed like everything was going in slow motion yet happening so quickly. Next thing I...

It’s not just a divorce

Sienna Nieves, Writer

April 12, 2020

During my freshman year, my parents officially divorced. This has yet been the hardest situation I had to experience. Many people will say and have told me, “it’s just a divorce” which is sad that they think a divorce is ...

Is That Really Him?

Angelina Ruiz, Writer

April 12, 2020

  I’m a high school senior. I arrive at the first basketball game I've ever watched at my school. An alumni game. I think I spotted a guy who I've recognized from being on television.   “I think that’s the baseball p...

A Friend From Experience

Connor Bigby, Writer

April 12, 2020

In elementary school, I used to be quite the soccer player; well, at least I thought I was. After the normal season of AYSO soccer came to a conclusion they let us know if we made it to all-stars. Being the stud I was, I made ...

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