Gladiators Give Love to Braves

Gladiators Give Love to Braves

Genesis De la Luz, Staff Writer
September 24
Filed under Showcase, Sports

Baldwin Park High School’s tennis team took on the Gladiators at Gladstone on Monday afternoon September 12 and unfortunately lost 15-3. The team captain Fernanda Garcia said, “It was just an off day for everyone.” When asked about future games, she added confidently, “We’ll be ready by...

A Taste of Asia

A Taste of Asia

Shwe Nemyo, Staff Writer
September 22
Filed under Entertainment, Showcase

ARCADIA, CA-- Bringing multi-ethnic food and entertainment to nostalgic immigrants and Los Angeles foodies, the 626 Night Market is a high profile night market located in the San Gabriel Valley. The event celebrated its fifth anniversary in 2016, consisting of more food, merchandise, arts, games, and...

You Wish You Were A Brave

You Wish You Were A Brave

Sharon Tran and Jonathan Frias
September 19
Filed under Showcase, Sports

BALDWIN PARK, CA -- On Friday, September 16, the Baldwin Park Braves beat the Sierra Vista Dons on Don territory in the Battle for the Bell with a score of 41-35. "It was a sense of relief, there was a lot of pressure on the team to come in and get the win, especially because it was against SV," explained...

Braves Lasso the Vaqueros

Braves Lasso the Vaqueros

Madeline Lequang, Staff Writer
September 19
Filed under Showcase, Sports

BALDWIN PARK, CALIFORNIA– On September 8,  the Baldwin Park Braves Varsity Water Polo team played their first home game of the season against the Rancho Alamitos’ Vaqueros, and won 11-6. Coach Thomas Kersher was very confident that playing at home would give his boys a boost in their spirits, and his...

Free Supper Program

Free Supper Program

Sharon Tran, Editor
September 12
Filed under News, Showcase

BALDWIN PARK, CA -- Since August 29, Baldwin Park Braves have been partaking in the district-wide free supper program that offers a free meal to all students from 3:00 PM to 3:30 PM. Free supper programs have been actively implemented into school districts nationwide since the passage of the Healthy,...

New Homecoming Traditions

New Homecoming Traditions

Fabiola Lopez, Editor
September 12
Filed under News, Showcase

This year, the BPHS homecoming dance is scheduled for the night of October 14. This year’s dance will be noticeably different from the homecoming we’ve come to know. The dance has undergone a change of dress code, price, time, and, most notably, a change of venue. When students at BP think of...

Close to (Senior) Spectacular

Close to (Senior) Spectacular

Sharon Tran, Editor
September 6
Filed under News, Showcase

BALDWIN PARK, CA -- On August 24, Baldwin Park High School hosted its second annual Senior Spectacular, the first seniors-only event in which parents and students are given information about senior year events, expenses, and expectations. This year, the event was split into two sessions to accommodate...

Pokémon in Real Life

Pokémon in Real Life

Bryan Moran, Staff Writer
September 6
Filed under Entertainment, Showcase

Many people have dreamed of catching Pokemon in real life and now they can, thanks to the most popular app in the U.S, Pokémon Go. In case you don’t know what Pokémon are, they are basically monsters that people capture and use to battle others in the game with powers based on elements like fire a...

Braves Hunt Down the Lobos

Braves Hunt Down the Lobos

Fabiola Lopez, Staff Writer
September 6
Filed under Showcase, Sports

On August 26, the BPHS Braves faced the Workman Lobos their our home stadium. Senior Luis Flores and Junior Jacob Robles stood out as they both covered impressive distances, leading the Braves to victory. With team work and perseverance, the Braves destroyed their opponents with the final score settling...

Brave Donations

Brave Donations

Jonathan Frias, Staff Writer
September 1
Filed under News, Showcase

  On August 23, 2016, the BPHS student body held their triannual Red Cross Blood Drive in the gym. The Red Cross has had a great relationship with Baldwin Park, producing thousands of pints to help local hospitals. The expectation was to have 140-150 pints donated. The goal seemed very reachable...

Spotlight – Evelyn Montenegro

Spotlight – Evelyn Montenegro

Genesis De la Luz, Staff Writer
August 26
Filed under Features, Showcase

BALDWIN PARK, CA- Evelyn Montenegro is a senior and the ASB president at Baldwin Park High School. Her job includes making everyone at school feel welcomed, planning activities and events for seniors as well as the whole school, and of course bringing school spirit. On top of being the ASB president,...

Messy Fun in Psychology

Messy Fun in Psychology

Elvia Maravilla, Staff Writer
August 24
Filed under Features, Showcase

BALDWIN PARK HIGH SCHOOL-Ms. Melamed’s 4th and 5th period Psychology classes recently did a project with paint, hands and feet on Friday, August 19th, 2016, dedicated to goal setting for the students over the coming years. During the fifth period session, Ms. Melamed’s students prepped to get their hands and feet dirty with paint. Ready with a sheet of construction pape...

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