Many Students Lack the Motivation for Online Learning

Many Students Lack the Motivation for Online Learning

Lizbeth Castillo Sanchez, Journalist
January 20, 2021
Cake at the writer's little sister’s birthday party before the pandemic

How Covid has Completely Changed Family Gatherings

Natalie Villanueva, journalist
January 13, 2021
The Big Move

The Big Move

Juan Bravo, Journalist
December 18, 2020
Students were able to submit them self dress as there favorite Among Us characters.

MAHS Winter Wonderland Events Bring Spirit

Hervin Torreblanca, Alexa Martinez, and Janet Alonso
December 18, 2020
This plane symbolizes the traveling aspect of the story.

How Not Traveling and Visiting In a Pandemic Affects People

Leticia Duran, Journalist
December 18, 2020
Quarantine won't stop me from playing.

The Disappointment and Failure that Comes with Volleyball Life

Javier Lopez, Journalist
December 18, 2020
Thai Tea boba I ordered from Chami Tea Bar in Whittier

Last-Minute Invitation

Myca Tuazon, Journalist
December 16, 2020
The ShowerHeads performing at the show “Lights Out!”

Covid-19 World Tour

Jonathan Dimas, writer
December 11, 2020
Boots on the trail

The Trails With Forgotten Footprints

Janet Alonso, Journalist
December 4, 2020
Our Friday tradition is the place to be. Entrance to Ohana Hawaiian BBQ.

Saying ALOHAAA To Fridays

Alexa Martinez, Journalist
November 12, 2020
The Restorative Justice team poses in front of their poster that is up for students to sign and pledge to support LGBTQ + Students. Photo by Joshua Maw

Being An Ally, Being A Friend

Kimberly Zalapa, Writer
June 8, 2020
Brian Murillo, Trumpet 1 player and section leader, playing his heart out. By Kenneth M. Photography

The Rise of the Marching Band

Anna Salinas
April 1, 2020
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