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A major leap in leadership

A major leap in leadership

When band students are asked what their favorite part of Marching Band is, they’ll probably enthusiastically speak about the bond...
Best of both worlds

Best of both worlds

Red and gold streamers. A first place trophy raised in triumph. Crying tears of happiness. Junior Danielle Robles still remembers...
Q&A: Tech-savvy tacticians

Q&A: Tech-savvy tacticians

The Information Tech (IT) team helps teachers and students around the district with issues pertaining to technology, whether it be...
Q&A: The Maine Mustang

Q&A: The Maine Mustang

After serving as vice principal at Santiago High School, Ryan Maine becomes the new principal of Walnut High School. The...
A student mom’s life

A student mom’s life

Everybody has at one point looked at someone and thought, “I know exactly what kind of person you are”. A...
Shooting for the stars

Shooting for the stars

Sophomore Madelyne Alorro watches makeup artists hurriedly press powder on her co-stars and listens to the dull clamor of the...
Teaching the rhythm

Teaching the rhythm

From performing with Korean Club at school to teaching Korean Pop (KPOP) dance to younger kids at IDance and Fitness...
Taking a detour

Taking a detour

As he steps into his quad, helmet on and hands gripping the gears, it’s clear that freshman Ruben Rivera knows...
Getting into politics

Getting into politics

Wanting to be part of the political world, Jonathan Kamanta and Kareem Majeed found themselves in the middle of one...
Overcoming the Spartan Race

Overcoming the Spartan Race

Scaling slippery slopes, traveling through knee-deep mud and carrying heavy objects. Although these activities sound like something straight out of...