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Racing prodigy pursues career

AJ Wolken, cub writer It’s not every day that Goodyear hands out a sponsorship. It’s even more unusual that they hand out a sponsorship to a high school student. Sophomore Nick Fohrer’s passion is car racing. Inspired by his father’s interest in racing and his own love of cars, Fohrer has seven years of experience. […]

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Navy training program provides initiative

Priscilla Hopper, cub writer Outside of school some students put on helmets for football and other students dress in costumes for theater. But for senior Andrew Park, donning a uniform is not only for an extra curricular, it is his duty. Park is a petty officer of the Los Angeles division of the U.S. Naval Sea Cadet […]

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Norman moves to pursue skiing

Evan Minniti staff writer Even with the biting breeze in her hair, snow falling around her, goggles fogging from a panting breath and sweat freezing upon her face, sophomore Sloane Ramras feels at home skiing. In fact, Ramras loves it, she is moving to the town of Mammoth, California. in the Sierra Nevadas, and will attend […]

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Pop star in the making

Eleanor Bogart-Stuart staff writer Max Yera staff writer The striking blond hair, a plush fur coat and an instrument in his hands should be the reason that junior Taylor Briggs stands out from the crowd. But Briggs is more than the sum of these parts: he’s a young pop star in the making. Briggs has […]

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How punk rock keeps AP History teacher revved for class

Olivia Gonzalez Britt, cub writer Wearing his Doc Martens and mutton chops, AP U.S. History and Government teacher Dan Moroaica has the time to work, be with his family and live the secret life of a punk rockstar. Moroaica and his friends founded the Cirkumvent band in 1996 during their sophomore year of high school […]

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Special edition: Watchtower magazine

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Junior commemorates lung disease patients in Fight for Air Climb

Cathy Lee, cub writer  Climbing the stairs of the 62 story Aon Center one step at a time, junior Lois De Leon participated in the Fight for Air Climb fundraiser for lung disease research. De Leon discovered the event as a sophomore while completing a MSA project on chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and decided to […]

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Prodigy baker strives to sweeten lives of his peers

Isabella Cortés, cub writer Fondant, sugar dough, buttercream, egg wash and fondant cutters are part of the everyday life of junior Jordan Hopp.  The “baking god” roams the halls and strives to improve his skills every day. Hopp dedicates his free time to baking and decorating cakes. Hopp began baking when he was 14-years-old and developed […]

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Master manipulator of magic stuns

Jamie Kim news editor Some performers look at their sold-out arenas, filled with screaming, dancing fans. Other performers define their success with the polar opposite: a silent, enraptured crowd. Freshman Jonah Okum is of the latter. Okum began to foster his interest in magic four years ago when his grandfather showed him a card trick, […]

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Sophomore library employee experiences school job

Lauren Hannani staff writer For most of us, the library serves as a place where we can rely on for some books, studying time, computers or even silence. But for sophomore Mallory Azziz working behind the desk, the library is more than just a quiet study place at school. As a student employee, Azziz helps […]

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