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People Are Feeling Vulnerable With Olivia Rodrigo’s New Album

Maggie Ho, Staff Reporter July 27, 2021

Olivia Rodrigo’s debut album “Sour,” released on May 21, is about heartbreak and is inspiring Millennials and Gen Z alike. The album focuses on Rodrigo’s personal heartbreak and the insecurities...

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Movie Masterpieces Part 2 – Dramas

“Good Will Hunting” from Frank Liang It was difficult for me to choose a favorite movie of all time since I have so many, so I chose one of my favorite movies: “Good Will Hunting” directed by...

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Movie Masterpieces Part 1 – Action and Sci-Fi

“Kill Bill Vol. 1” from Amelia Alim In 2003, Quentin Tarantino directed a cinematic masterpiece and my favorite movie of all time: “Kill Bill: Vol. 1.” This movie gained attention for the thrilling...

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“Cruella” Movie Review and Its Inclusive Cast

Delilah Perez, Arts & Entertainment Editor June 7, 2021

Engaging. Exceptional. Well-crafted. From start to end “Cruella” was all of these things. Disney’s “Cruella” was released on Disney Plus and in theaters on May 28. The film was directed and exquisitely...

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Adobe Illustrator is a Game Changer, Dude.

Megan Cansino, Copy Editor June 4, 2021

Growing up in a metropolitan area such as Los Angeles, we are accustomed to seeing billboards, movie posters, traffic signs and everything in between. Graphic design in advertising, marketing and civil...

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Disneyland’s Possibility of No More Mask Wearing

Delilah Perez, Arts & Entertainment Editor June 3, 2021

Disney World in Orlando, Florida lifted their mask mandate on May 15. Individuals at Disney World are now able to roam outdoors without a mask. But when it comes to dining indoors and being around others...

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In Defense of Teen Girls

Amber Ortiz, Pop Editor June 2, 2021

As everyone knows, Olivia Rodrigo has become an overnight sensation with her song, “drivers license”. Her instant bop has gotten her to the top of the Billboard Charts and on the global radar. Of course,...

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Celebrities You Didn’t Know Were Hispanic

Vanessa Feliciano, Campus Features Editor May 31, 2021

Hispanics are often stereotyped to look a certain way according to society, and if not they don’t adhere to the stereotypes, they are not seen as Hispanic. This happens a lot with celebrities. Some have...

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NFTs – Real Deal or A Flop?

Loy Kenneth Moreno and Christie Yeung May 25, 2021

An NFT, also known as a non-fungible token, is a digital asset with a secure code that protects its intellectual property, which makes it unique. These tokens can range from being pictures and video loops...

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OPINION: Cultural Appropriation At Its Finest

Delilah Perez, Arts & Entertainment Editor May 25, 2021

Cultural appropriation is one of the Kardashian-Jenner clan’s antics to gain publicity. Supermodel Kendall Jenner’s advertisement for her tequila brand, is merely one example of many that the family...

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TV Shows That Are Coming Soon

Delilah Perez, Arts & Entertainment Editor May 24, 2021

The endless search through Netflix in hopes of finding something you haven’t seen yet can be quite the challenge. You keep going. And going. And going, until you come to the realization that the search...

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Demon Slayer Movie is a Must See

Eric Tadeo, Staff Reporter May 20, 2021

“Demon Slayer-The Movie-Mugen Train”, directed by Haruo Sotozaki, finally hit North American theaters on April 23. It became the highest grossing movie in Japan’s history—surpassing the movie “Spirited...

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