Cut Footloose

Cut Footloose

Fabiola Lopez, Editor
March 1
Filed under Features

For this year’s spring musical, the BPHS Drama Department is putting on Footloose. Auditions were held in early December and the cast immediately began to rehearse the week afterward. “[Rehearsal] starts preparing you more and more as it gets going and you start to notice that there is improvem...

AP Exam Preparation: The First Steps

AP Exam Preparation: The First Steps

Sharon Tran, Editor
March 1
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AP Exams may be months away, but in my experience, they have a way of creeping up on you. I’m not kidding when I say that you should start preparing as soon as possible. Here are a few of the ways I have prepared for AP exams in the last two years that I have taken them. I wouldn’t say they are sure-fire...

Spreading Love, Just Like Old Times

Spreading Love, Just Like Old Times

Shwe Nemyo, Staff Writer
March 1
Filed under Features, Showcase

BALDWIN PARK, CA-- Although many students at Baldwin Park High School will say that they’re too old to pass out cards and candy for Valentine’s Day, others would admit that they miss this elementary tradition. Valentine’s Day comes only once a year, and everyone wants to express their love...

No School Days

Athena Ruiz, Staff Writer
February 25
Filed under Features

As you may know, February is the shortest school month of the year with only 18 school days. We have two consecutive Mondays off. First there was Lincoln's Birthday which was celebrated on February 13 and Presidents' Day was Monday, February 20th. President's Day is observed each year on the third...

Remembering BPHS’ Legendary Coach

Remembering BPHS’ Legendary Coach

Jonathan Frias, Staff Writer
February 22
Filed under Features

January 27 marked a sad day in many lives as legendary Coach Tony Zane passed away. Coach Zane was a brilliant football coach for Baldwin Park High School. Overall, Coach Zane was more than a football coach. He created many friendships and cared about all his players. Ty Pagone, former head football...

Brianna Ibarra: Helping Others Find God

Brianna Ibarra: Helping Others Find God

Genesis De la Luz, Staff Writer
February 22
Filed under Features

BALDWIN PARK,CA-- Briana Ibarra is the president of the bible club at Baldwin Park High School, otherwise known as Student Outreach. Through this club, Briana hopes to spread the love of God to students as BPHS. Briana said, “I think people should join Student Outreach because it is a great way...

Raindrops Keep Fallin’ . . .

Raindrops Keep Fallin’ . . .

Jonathan Frias, Staff Writer
February 22
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Lately California has experienced multiple rainy days, but what is there to do when one is rained in? Some may say the rain makes it too cold to do anything. Cyrus Rodriguez enjoys the cold weather but his activities are done inside. Rodriguez said, "On rainy days I like to watch movies in my room...

New Year, New Me

New Year, New Me

Athena Ruiz, Staff Writer
February 20
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That time of year is finally here when many people make resolutions to improve on something in the new year. Unfortunately, many people do not follow through with their resolutions. The five most common resolutions for teens in America are to get better grades, exercise, eat healthier, get organized...

V-Day Fun

V-Day Fun

Athena Ruiz, Staff Writer
February 14
Filed under Features

The day of love is inching closer everyday, and for most couples, this is a day to celebrate. However, not everyone knows what to do on this holiday, so these are some ways clueless couples can spend Valentines Day. The most common method of getting together for any occasion involves food. Going somewhere to dine is always a great way to spend Valentine's Day. Some great options for those wanting to spoil their date include going to Olive Garden, Gens Korean BBQ, or Benihana. These restaurants' dining prices can range from $50 to $200 and reservations may be required. Going out to eat is a great option if...

Studio 409 President

Studio 409 President

Athena Ruiz, Staff Writer
February 11
Filed under Features, Showcase

Bryan Moran is the President of BPHS' Studio 409 Club, the school's video production club. Bryan is currently a senior at Baldwin Park High School.  His duties as president are to organize the brunch workshops, edit and review everyone's videos, organize fundraising events, and recruit new members. His club make...

Hatching Into the New Year

Hatching Into the New Year

Fabiola Lopez, Editor
February 9
Filed under Features, Showcase

On the night of Saturday, January 28, the beautiful lanterns that were strung across Old Chinatown in LA illuminated the confetti-covered floor of the festive street. People rang in the Lunar New Year by popping confetti tubes, eating traditional food, and indulging in the rich Chinese culture with...

Get Out of Jail Free Card

Get Out of Jail Free Card

Fabiola Lopez, Editor
February 8
Filed under Features, Showcase

Senior year comes with plenty of stress in the form of AP classes, senior expenses, college applications, and the inevitability of graduation. One perk that seniors have, after surviving three years of high school, is the option of a free sixth period. After fifth period ends, students without a sixth period can...

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