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iPad Pro or iPad No?

iPad Pro or iPad No?

Sean Muse, Staff Writer

March 29, 2018


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The iPad Pro is the newest tablet in the market, competing against the Microsoft Surface Pro 4. From first glance this tablet has a bigger screen and smaller side bezels. The new screen on the iPad is so detailed, it will blow you away. Pictures look crisp and videos look so clear, it’s pleasing to...

What Makes A School Shooter?

What Makes A School Shooter?

Rolando Ortega, Staff Writer

March 27, 2018


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These are teens that feel that they have been wronged by society and have a desire for revenge. They're children who are seen as outliers and are bullied because of this, slowly building up rage and passion for vengeance. Now this is not to make them seem heroic, this is simply their justification for...

It All Comes Down To This

It All Comes Down To This

Sean Muse, Staff Writer

March 27, 2018


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All year long, the Baldwin Park High School Orchestra prepared for this one important event, Festival. This is an event that is held either at Sierra Vista High School or Baldwin Park High School; they switch every year. On March 7th and 8th, schools from all across the San Gabriel Valley attended...

BPHS is #ENOUGH

BPHS is #ENOUGH

Mereli Macias, Staff Writer

March 23, 2018


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On March 14th, high schools across the nation participated in an event in the hopes that their voices would be heard by Congress for a change on gun control to happen. Baldwin Park High School was one of the many schools which held a 17 minute long walk out at 10am. The walk out, which was fully organized...

Spring Forward Into the Lighty

Spring Forward Into the Lighty

Sean Muse, Staff Writer

March 20, 2018


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The second Sunday of March has passed and everyone is feeling the time change of Daylight Saving Time. This month the time went one hour forward on March 12th. The purpose of this change is to move one hour of daylight from the morning to the evening, giving us days with sunlight for a longer period...

Nikolas Cruz: The Emotionally Broken Teen

Nikolas Cruz: The Emotionally Broken Teen

Mereli Macias, Staff Writer

March 16, 2018


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It has now been a month since the tragedy that occurred at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida and the questions about the incident as well as the history behind the shooter continue to rise. Soon after the shooting, 19 year old Nikolas Cruz was taken into questioning as he...

Paradise Pier is Gone Forever

Paradise Pier is Gone Forever

Sean Muse, Staff Writter

February 16, 2018


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January 8th was the official closure of one of the favorite areas in all of California Adventure, Paradise Pier. This section of the park has basically stayed the same since its opening in 2001. With little tweaks throughout the years the overall feel has been been the same: a California Pier side Fair....

Apple Watch A Joke?

Apple Watch A Joke?

Sean Muse, Staff Writter

February 16, 2018


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Now that I have an Apple watch, I don’t think I’ll ever miss a notification again. Getting a reminder or message and viewing it by simply a turn of the wrist is such a convenience. Some may argue that having a phone is enough and don't see the need for having a smaller gadget wrapped around ones wri...

Fortnite: A Fantastic Free-for-All

Fortnite: A Fantastic Free-for-All

Rolando Ortega, Staff Writer

February 15, 2018


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The Battle Royal genre has grown immensely since its creation in 2017, and is only expected to keep growing as new titles are released to profit from this new gaming craze. Player Unknown's Battlegrounds is the game that started this genre, and game companies are still hesitant to invest in this new phase...

P.B.I.S. at B.P.H.S

P.B.I.S. at B.P.H.S

Mereli Macias, Staff Writer

February 15, 2018


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Baldwin Park High School is introducing a new program for all of their students. P.B.I.S stands for Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports and has just been adopted by BPHS in order to establish a support plan for students. This system includes many methods for students to be recognized and awarded for...

S’winter Sports Rally

S’winter Sports Rally

Mereli Macias, Staff Writter

February 15, 2018


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As winter is coming to an end so are the seasonal sports, so BPHS held a S'winter sports rally on Friday, February 2nd. Adding a twist to the classic winter sports rallies and calling it S'winter is to congratulate teams for their hard work and achievements throughout the winter, and celebrate the coming...

Band Life

Band Life

Rolando Ortega, Staff Writer

February 13, 2018


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With many Baldwin Park High School students beginning to decide what classes they would like to take next year, now is a great opportunity to introduce them to the band program. The Braves Entertainment Corps. has always been a pivotal part of the arts curriculum at BPHS, and will continue to be in...

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