BY DEVINA MUNI If you go to a good college, then and only then, will you be successful. This is a common phrase every kid has heard at some point in their life. Within recent years, getting into college has become more competitive and difficult to get into as their average “requirements” keep increasing. But … Continue reading Opinion: Is an elite college really your ticket to success?
Pictured: Officers Michael Anaya, Kennedy Howell, Myra Anigbo, Audrey Anigbo, Gyasi Harper, Brooklyn Kemp Advisors: Mrs. TreAna Marbrey, Mr. Joshua Calhoun By Chinemerem Nwanze Cerritos High School has always promoted diversity, so it is no surprise that a Black Student Union finally exists to educate students on African-American culture and to encourage discussion. Mrs. Marbrey and Mr. Calhoun, who … Continue reading Club Spotlight: Black Student Union
photo courtesy of Google Images By: Olivia Jaime Lights. Camera. Action. Youtube is among the world's largest platforms in which one can share all ones creations and ideas. Although it has benefits such as fame, fun, and money, it also comes with the price of drama and vulnerability. Recently drama started to stir up … Continue reading Shadows or Scandals?
By Tess U-Vongcharoen The removal of plastic straws could possibly mean the removal of boba shops. As of July 2019, restaurants and shops in San Francisco will no longer be distributing plastic straws to their customers. Although this is an environmentally effective action, boba shops, such as Boba Guys, are in jeopardy of losing their … Continue reading Goodbye, Plastic Straws
by Isabella Garcia Imagine running a club with your best friend; wouldn’t that be an ideal situation? Well, it’s a reality for Gizelle Verduzco and Aline Pham. After personally getting to know both of these bright young ladies, one can see that their friendship is one that’s going to make it in the long run. … Continue reading Best friends lead Octagon