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Netflix and Its Magic

Natalie Ortega Preciado, Writer

May 20, 2020

This whole pandemic has us trying a lot of new things; things you would have never thought of doing, and things that you have done before but then stopped. One thing that I have been doing on this quarantine is watching a lot of new...

Letter of Recommendation – Optimism

Meghan Abbott, Writer

May 13, 2020

This is a moment in time where things are not on the best of sides. The world is being put on hold and things are getting canceled right, left, and sideways, things we really care about. There is a lot of sadness in the world...


Jazmyn Gonzalez, Writer

April 12, 2020

How does it feel to touch the moon? Is it hot or is it cold? As in what we know like in any movies about space you wouldn't be able to breathe if you don't have a suit on which is scientifically true.There's been eleven peopl...

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...

Hike at Huntington

Anthony Garcia

March 12, 2020

Hike at Huntington   At Huntington Lake, not far from our hike. My cousins and I had been on the hike for about a half hour and we’re anxious to see what was passed the crest of the hill. Almost instinctively, I began to run. To be the firs...

Lights Out

Vianie Merino, Writer

March 3, 2020

It was only 24 hours before the first day of the fifth grade. It was a new school for me and, although I had already gone through the dreaded “new girl” phase about five times by then, every little thing about the experien...

Cheering Up and Showing Out

Dawsyn Perry, writer

January 17, 2020

With the football season coming to a close, there are many things to reflect on.   One of those things is our varsity cheerleading team.   This year, Coach Jessica Leek is taking extreme pride in everything the cheerleader...

Santa Clarita’s Turn of Tears

Abner Mariaca Diaz, Writer

December 6, 2019

On Thursday morning November 14 at 7:38 a.m, Santa Clarita’s public school, Saugus High school, suffered what was, according to the Gun Violence Archive, the 38th school shooting this year. The shooter was a 16-year-old jun...

A Lesson For Life

Dannon Sanders

December 3, 2019

Everyone at this school is approaching the point in their lives in which they must make one of the most impacting decisions in their life; choosing a career to pursue. For those who haven’t yet made a choice, or have no clue...

Hydrate and Enjoy the Hike

Hydrate and Enjoy the Hike

November 14, 2019