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Fly, Eagles, fly

Fly, Eagles, fly

Gabriel Cortes, News editor

February 14, 2018


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The City of Brotherly Love has been rejoicing these past couple of days as Nick Foles and the Philadelphia Eagles have FINALLY won their first Lombardi trophy and the Super Bowl LII title! There could not have been a better way to earn this one, as they went up against the great Tom Brady and the mas...

SB LII: New England vs Philadelphia

Gaberiel Cortes, News Editor

January 31, 2018


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The New England Patriots and the Jacksonville Jaguars fought the good fight in Gillette Stadium for a spot to compete for the Lombardi Trophy in Super Bowl LII. To kick off Championship Sunday, the Patriots received the ball to start off the game. Future Hall of Fame quarterback Tom Brady and his offense put t...

Women, and others, march for change

Women, and others, march for change

Debbie Tien, Op-ed editor

January 22, 2018


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“If you can’t stop thinking about it, don’t stop working for it.” On Saturday, Jan. 20, 2018, six hundred thousand individuals stood together in downtown Los Angeles in protest. The 2018 Women’s March marks the second annual nationwide march. The first Women’s March took place on Jan. ...

NFL Playoffs: Final four

NFL Playoffs: Final four

Gaberiel Cortes, News editor

January 22, 2018


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The Divisional Round of the 2018 NFL Playoffs are in the books! To start off the divisional weekend, Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons came ready to play against Nick Foles and the Eagles in Philadelphia. Despite having the lead at the half, the Falcons lost as their defense allowed kicker Jake Elliot, who...

Net Neutrality: How do you stand?

December 20, 2017


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Net neutrality, a policy that requires Internet providers to equal access to all content, applications and data, was instated by the Federal Communication Commision in 2015 during the Obama adminstration. On Dec. 14, the FCC reversed their stand. Two students provide arguments for and against this...

COUSD Holiday Parade

COUSD Holiday Parade

Sarah Keller, Copy Editor

December 13, 2017


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It was the day of the second annual Charter Oak Unifed School District Holiday Parade, and chairs were lined up before 7 a.m. People came from all around to enjoy a night of fun festivities, family time and even have a meal from the variety of food trucks. There were many different floats for the spe...

Royalty passed down the line

Royalty passed down the line

Clarisse Guevarra, Video Editor

November 7, 2017


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Party buses and limousines lined the streets. The sound of heels clicked on the sidewalks. An aura of excitement spilled over the venue. It was Homecoming night, and royalty would be crowned. Audrey Canoy, senior, was crowned queen at the Homecoming Game the night before. The king was yet to be announced,...

A match made in baseball

A match made in baseball

Clarisse Guevarra, Video/podcast editor

November 3, 2017


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The 2017 World Series has been regarded as one of the best so far. The Dodgers and the Astros were clearly perfectly matched, as they went all the way to Game 7 before the trophy finally found a home. The insanity probably reached its peak during Game 5. The two teams played a game of copycat, going bac...

Halloween Horror Nights

Halloween Horror Nights

Priscila Manzo, Editor-In-Cheif

November 2, 2017


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During the month of October many amusement parks open their door during the night to host Halloween festivities, such as scary mazes, scare zones and amusement park rides in the dark. The main amusement parks that do this are Knott's Berry Farm, named Knott’s Scary Farm during Halloween, and Universal...

The Spirit of Spirit Week

The Spirit of Spirit Week

Clarisse Guevarra, Video Editor

November 1, 2017


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This year’s Spirit Week has come and gone, and for the first time, it was not a classroom competition. In previous years, chants and cheers could be heard through the walls once fourth period came around. Music blared across campus, even when only a few classrooms were left in the running as the elimination...

In Living Color: Yearbook stands by diversity in a time of division

In Living Color: Yearbook stands by diversity in a time of division

Stephanie Wang, Editor-In-Cheif

October 16, 2017


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A yearbook represents the school and its events, but the title of the yearbook represents an overall theme of the year. While there have been many formative events of the school year involving scandal, controversy and racism, the yearbook staff have chosen unity over division through this year’s theme:...

Stretching or protecting the First Amendment?

Clarisse Guevarra, Video/podcast designer

September 19, 2017


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Free speech has always been a fundamental aspect of what it is to be an American. It is a clear right for everyone in the nation to have, but recent events are calling the extent of this right to question. Beginning with the outbreak of violence at the “Unite the Right” march at Charlottesville, the s...

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