Best Food at the Mall?

Best Food at the Mall?

Bryan Moran, Staff Writer
March 26
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WEST COVINA, CA-- Genghis Khan is a Mongolian style restaurant that is very common among food courts. It is located on the second floor of the West Covina Mall, in the corner of the food court. The West Covina Mall is full of many food options that range from frozen yogurt to lobster.  However, Genghis...

Good Tacos for a Great Price

Good Tacos for a Great Price

Genesis De la Luz, Staff Writer
March 24
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BALDWIN PARK, CA-- There is a new restaurant in town! La Cocinita was opened recently in Baldwin Park and is located behind Walmart and near the 10 freeway. La Cocinita is a traditional Mexican restaurant where they serve tacos and other Mexican dishes, including mole, birria, an asada plate, and...

Honeymee, Happy Me

Honeymee, Happy Me

Shwe Nemyo, Staff Writer
March 24
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mk'i8+ ;' ' ,oROWLAND HEIGHTS, CA-- For those who have a sweet tooth, Honeymee is the perfect combination of milk and honey to brighten up anyone’s day. After honeycomb ice cream became popular in South Korea, Honeymee opened in Koreatown in early 2014. It later took off in places like Little...

Tigers Splash Back

Tigers Splash Back

Madeline Lequang, Staff Writer
March 22
Filed under Showcase, Sports

SOUTH PASADENA, CA-- On Thursday, March 3, the Baldwin Park Braves swim team took on the South Pasadena Tigers on their home territory in the first race of the 2016-2017 year. Although this meet was only preseason, the Braves’ were still fiercely competitive and up for the tough challenge. Although...

Tip, Tip, Hooray

Tip, Tip, Hooray

Athena Ruiz, Staff Writer
March 21
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WEST COVINA, CA - A recent addition to the Westfield West Covina Mall is the groovy new juice bar called Green Crush. If you've been to the mall recently, it's unlikely that you haven't seen it. The workers are extremely energetic, friendly, and eager to offer you a juice sample. As soon as someone pa...

Controversy of the Year: Pineapple on Pizza?

Controversy of the Year: Pineapple on Pizza?

Genesis De la Luz, Staff Writer
March 16
Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Every pizza lover sits either on the side that approves or disapproves of pineapple on pizza. Who is wrong and who is right? Pineapple on pizza, of course! Pineapple adds a freshness and sweetness to pizza. It's the ultimate sweet and salty treat. Pineapple on pizza, otherwise known as Hawaiian pizza,...

Braves Dominate the Moors

Braves Dominate the Moors

Shwe Nemyo and Sharon Tran
March 15
Filed under Showcase, Sports

ALHAMBRA, CA-- On Friday, March 3, the Baldwin Park High School Varsity Badminton team beat Alhambra in a preseason game on Moors’ territory with a score of 14-7. It was the Braves’ first game, but they hit the ground running with their astounding win. “It was a great beginning to our season,”...

Braves Conquer the Knights

Braves Conquer the Knights

Athena Ruiz, Staff Writer
March 15
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BALDWIN PARK, CA - On Wednesday, March 1, the Baldwin Park Varsity Baseball team beat the Arroyo Knights on Brave's territory, 5-4. This was their second non-league game this season. Giovanni Pabon was the starting pitcher and Matthew Wells was the starting catcher. Jacob Rice third baseman, Jacob Robles...

When Donations Roll In

When Donations Roll In

Sharon Tran, Editor
March 15
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BALDWIN PARK, CA -- Starting in March, Humanitarian Club and National Honor Society started a school-wide toilet paper drive to collect toilet paper to donate to the Church of Redeemer in the local community. “I think the toilet paper drive is a very essential source that will help many families th...

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...

A Bunch of Lunch

A Bunch of Lunch

Bryan Moran, Staff Writer
March 8
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In movies and tv, school food is known for being disgusting and tasteless. However, at Baldwin Park High School, it's not that bad. Lunch at BPHS is certainly a step up from elementary school food that had very few options. However, at BPHS, there are many options like spicy chicken sandwiches, cheeseburgers and hamburgers, fruits an...

Advanced Placement or Additional Pricing?

Advanced Placement or Additional Pricing?

Shwe Nemyo, Staff Writer
March 2
Filed under Opinion, Showcase

BALDWIN PARK, CA-- Advanced Placement (AP) classes challenge students and allow them to get ahead in college. Every year in May, AP exams take place. The scoring system ranges from 1 to 5, with 3 and above considered passing scores. These scores are later revealed in early July on the College Board...

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