All Night, Grad Nite

All Night, Grad Nite

Fabiola Lopez, Editor
March 27
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Like every senior class, the class of 2017 will be celebrating their Grad Nite at the Disney Parks in Anaheim on May 6. This year’s seniors will be spending almost an entire day at the happiest place on earth. "I wanted to go to Grad Nite because I think it's part of the experience," shared senior...

The New Atlantis?

The New Atlantis?

Madeline Lequang, Staff Writer
March 24
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NEW ZEALAND-- The Geological Society of America has recently published that New Zealand sits upon a land formation that they’ve deemed as “Zealandia,” earth’s newly discovered continent . As it turns out, Australia and New Zealand are neighbors with one another, but actually sit on their own...

The SCSBOA is Bach

The SCSBOA is Bach

Vanessa Tovar, Staff Writer
March 24
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BALDWIN PARK, CA-- On March 9th, the BPHS orchestra and band went to their annual Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association (SCSBOA) music festival at Sierra Vista High School and scored an excellent. "In orchestra I think that it went well because we're too big and we didn't sound...

Off To College We Go

Off To College We Go

Genesis De la Luz and Vanessa Tovar, Staff Writers
March 24
Filed under Features

BALDWIN PARK, CA -- Students throughout the nation are already getting accepted to many universities. The usual time when students receive acceptance letters is during the month of March; however, this year, colleges have decided to start relieving students of stress earlier. Ann Mariel Pacada expressed...

Jason Cabrera’s Best Math Strategy

Jason Cabrera’s Best Math Strategy

Sharon Tran, Editor
March 21
Filed under Features

BALDWIN PARK, CA -- Divide and Conquer is Baldwin Park High School’s mathematics club. Current BPHS senior, Jason Cabrera, toyed with the idea of starting a math club on Baldwin Park’s campus when he was a junior. “I created the club because I enjoy doing math and I noticed that the school did...

Last Dance, Last Dance

Last Dance, Last Dance

Madeline Lequang, Staff Writer
March 20
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ALHAMBRA, CA-- On March 11, Key Clubbers from all over Region 13 danced the night away at Almansor Court. The dance was to celebrate the end of the term for all of the Lieutenant Governors, Division Leadership Team members, Key Club Boards, and Key Clubbers in general. Camelle Tieu, a BPHS junior, commen...

Prom Is Not Titantic

Prom Is Not Titantic

Shwe Nemyo, Staff Writer
March 16
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BALDWIN PARK, CA-- Beginning in February, Baldwin Park High School students could start paying for their senior expenses. These activities consist of the exciting prom, the Grad Nite trip to Disneyland, the must-buy yearbook, and various class of 2017 merchandise. The only downfall for many seniors,...

Obamas Making Bank

Obamas Making Bank

Fabiola Lopez, Editor
March 12
Filed under Features

On February 28, the former president and former first lady of the United States, Barack and Michelle Obama, signed a book deal with Penguin Random House.  The decision came after much anticipation and much competition between multiple publishing companies. “We are absolutely thrilled to continue...

Got Lent?

Got Lent?

Jonathan Frias, Staff Writer
March 10
Filed under Features

  Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of Lent. Lent is approximately six weeks long and ends on Easter Sunday. Most people know Lent for giving up something, but what should you give up? One of the popular choices is being healthier. Reuben Vergara is dropping sugary drinks, leaving, "Soda...

On Your College Quest-ions

On Your College Quest-ions

Sharon Tran, Editor
March 10
Filed under Features

While some students have been fortunate enough to receive college acceptance letters, there is another population of students who are still waiting on their decisions. Some among this group include students who have applied to private schools and are still waiting to participate in one more part of the...

Math is Love, Math is Life

Math is Love, Math is Life

Athena Ruiz, Staff Writer
March 8
Filed under Features, Showcase

Across campus, Mr. Valbuena is a commonly known as a math god. He teaches Algebra 2 and Statistics. Apart from teaching, Valbuena is involved in afterschool activities including afterschool tutoring and the math club, Divide and Conquer. He first started teaching around 14 years ago at a middle school...

Get Your ZZZZ’s Boys

Get Your ZZZZ’s Boys

Madeline Lequang, Staff Writer
March 8
Filed under Features

If you’re nodding off during the afternoon slump in class, a power nap can make you more alert and productive, but only if you do it correctly. Scientists have been studying the power nap and their findings suggest that following the correct steps will help you get the most out of a power nap. Fi...

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