MAKE-UP: What’s Hot: Tinted eyeliners. It’s nothing new, but I’ve seen so much color on the eyes during awards season and runways – there was a lot of washes of blue and green on the eyes, it has a lot of impact. Make It Work: Try buying a colored eyeliner, maybe a navy mascara or a navy eyeliner combo – it’s so cool and modern … Continue reading WHAT’S HOT?
Guadalupe Lopez is this year’s graduating salutatorian, academic athlete of the year, and captain for both the girls’ water polo and swim teams. Lopez sacrificed her social time to be Salutatorian and academic athlete of the year, but does not regret being so active because it gave her the opportunity to improve her social and communication skills. Ultimately, school is her priority. In water polo, … Continue reading 2019’s Academic Athlete of the Year and Salutatorian
Testing season is here! Do not worry, survive and thrive during testing season with the following tips: Before the Test Tips: Get a good night’s sleep and eat a high protein breakfast. Do NOT drink energy beverages. Eat an apple approximately one and a half hour before the test. A major study of foods revealed that students who ate an apple prior to taking a … Continue reading Don’t Be Stressed By the Tests
BTS is not the best KPOP group, EXO is. Fortnite is trash. If a female wants to do something with her body, it is no one else’s decision. Avengers Endgame is the worst movie ever. Star Wars should have stopped at one film. Spongebob should have ended a long time ago. Beyonce is overrated. White people aren’t the only racists. Trump should build the wall. … Continue reading Do You Agree With These Unpopular Opinions?
As the spring sports season comes to an end, the boys’ tennis team reflects on their performance as a team. The team has participated in many games and won their first game on Wednesday, April 17, which was also their senior night. The match between San Bernardino High School and AB Miller was an intense, close game. By winning by four points, the boys’ tennis … Continue reading Boy’s Last Tennis Game
I interviewed Daniel Cadenas, a senior, the following questions: A name change request can come about because a person does not like his or her name as given at birth; perhaps they’d prefer something more or less unique rather than a homespun name that combined parents’ names. Question 1: If you had to change your name, what would your new name be, and why would … Continue reading Interview with Daniel Cadenas
As a child of immigrants, Rafael Roldan has endured many eye-opening scenarios that have molded him into the unproblematic, unbothered, yet caring person he is today. By getting a home, after living in apartments until the age of nine, he has seen his parents thrive and has captivated that same mindset. “There’s always ambition, but no struggle, but when there was, I thank God we’ve … Continue reading Rafael Roldan-Rosas, Mr. Cardinal Contestant 10