Bettering Our Community

Bettering Our Community

Arlyn Ruiz, Staff Writer
February 26, 2016
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  Meetings were held for the new uniform policy at Baldwin Park High School at 5.pm. on February 17th-19th. Assistant Principal,  Mr. Cuevas, led this meeting. He pointed out some interesting facts about why he is so passionate about students wearing uniforms. He explained that students...

Bye Bye Birdie

Bye Bye Birdie

February 26, 2016
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Eric Flores Commits To Waldorf College

Eric Flores Commits To Waldorf College

Andres Martinez, Editor
February 26, 2016
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Senior Eric Flores committed to Waldorf College, a private, coeducational liberal arts college in Forest City, Iowa. Flores, who played center and defensive tackle on the Baldwin Park High School's varsity football team, received a full ride scholarship based on his football talent. “They offered me a...

Harper Lee: Silent Forever

Harper Lee: Silent Forever

Shwe Nemyo, Staff Writer
February 23, 2016
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MONROEVILLE, ALABAMA-- Most known for writing To Kill a Mockingbird in 1960, Nelle Harper Lee passed away at 89 years old in her sleep on February 19th, 2016. Her death was a shock to many people, especially to those who loved her writing. Jessica Lacher-Feldman, who accompanied Lee at public event...

Make Some Noise for Physics!

Make Some Noise for Physics!

Sharon Tran, Editor
February 21, 2016
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BALDWIN PARK, CA -- On Friday, February 12th, AP Physics students from Mr. Eastvedt’s fourth period class brought their homemade instruments to school. No, the class was not debuting its new physics band; the instruments were the results of a recent project revolving around the study of sound. ...

Visiting SoCal Museums for Free

Visiting SoCal Museums for Free

Shwe Nemyo, Staff Writer
February 9, 2016
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LOS ANGELES-- On Saturday, January 30th, over twenty museums across Southern California opened their doors and invited visitors to come to their museums, free of charge. Various museums showcasing art, culture, natural history, and science took part in this event. This offer was part of the 11th annua...

Free Books, Free Knowledge

Free Books, Free Knowledge

Shwe Nemyo, Staff Writer
February 8, 2016
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BALDWIN PARK, CA--Baldwin Park High School students in AP Biology were given a generous book donation this winter. With the help of author Rebecca Skloot and Nobel Prize- and Pulitzer Prize-winning American novelist Toni Morrison, the  class received The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks. The class ...

Francisco Perez Commits To UCLA

Francisco Perez Commits To UCLA

Andres Martinez, Editor
February 3, 2016
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Francisco “Paco” Perez, ranked as the 36th Offensive Tackle in the nation and third in California, has decided to commit to University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA); despite having verbally committed to University of California, Berkeley earlier in the year. The decision came after a vigorous ...

Rallying for Seniors!

Rallying for Seniors!

Heather Malone, Guest Writer/BPHS Staff
January 29, 2016
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On January 21, 2016 in the BPHS gym, more than 200 seniors met to enjoy an evening planned just for them. Seniors filed into the foyer and were graciously given a piece of delicious pizza, a bag of chips or Cheetos, and a bottle of water. Those same seniors were then promptly ushered through another door w...

Key Club: Who’s The Next LTG?

Key Club: Who’s The Next LTG?

Shwe Nemyo, Staff Writer
January 23, 2016
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RANCHO CUCAMONGA-- On Saturday, January 16th, Region 13 held its annual Conclave at Los Osos High School. Hundreds of Key Clubbers arrived at 10:00 A.M. to listen to the candidates’ speeches and learn about the true meaning of the club. Baldwin Park High School Key Club, from Division 35W, was amo...

City Jewel: The Emerald Necklace

City Jewel: The Emerald Necklace

Sharon Tran, Editor
January 23, 2016
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EL MONTE, CA — On Saturday, January 16th, a large group of teenage volunteers showed up at Madrid Middle School to participate in the weekly Emerald Necklace event. Armed with gardening gloves, shovels, and trash bags, the volunteers were ready to weed the plot of land behind the school and prep the...

Having a Boat-Load of Fun

Having a Boat-Load of Fun

Tyra Castro, Staff Writer
December 18, 2015
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On Tuesday, December 8th, AP Physics students showed off their skills by building a boat with only duct tape and cardboard that is able to hold two people and compete to finish an obstacle course in the pool as fast as they could. There were five teams consisting of names such as S.S. Cena, Put...

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