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Margarita Milnes, Guest Writer

March 31, 2020

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The Good and the Bad

The Good and the Bad

Fatima Portillo, Guest Writer

February 22, 2020

I am 17 years old, almost 18 years old in  4 more months. During these years I have seen the good side, the worst side of people and their false side. There are times I have seen people take out their cruel side that makes me think that there is no hope in humanity anymore. I was born in an era where peop...

Nooooo!

Nooooo!

Alexa Ruiz, Guest Writer

February 17, 2020

I don’t mind helping out at home, but I loathe washing dishes. I try to avoid the mess at all costs. Most of the time I use plastic plates and utensils. The rule in my family is whoever cooks does not have to wash the dishes. Therefore, I have made myself the chef of the family to avoid the disgus...

My Personal Credo

My Personal Credo

Precious Lemus, Guest Writer

February 15, 2020

I am currently 16 years old and have just asked myself “Am I really following my own rules?” “Do I even have my own rules?” “What have I been doing so far that are even considered rules?”. I do have rules made by my parents in order to keep me safe and help me behave when I am not home or ...

The Life and Times

The Life and Times

Anonymous, Guest Writer

February 15, 2020

There really is no definitive answer to the question “What is the meaning of life?” The reason we have no definitive answer is that we don’t know what happens after it ends. Many different people have many different beliefs with many different explanations. After the news of the tragedy that ...

My Life

My Life

Anonymous, Guest Writer

February 6, 2020

I am 16 years into this story called life. I have been taught many of these rules meant to prepare me for society and my future by my family, such as my parents and previous generations. I never relied on religion to save me or guide me, since I personally think religion is just bogus stories meant to ...

The Incident

The Incident

Anonymous, Guest Writer

January 30, 2020

“I will do my best to tell you everything that happened and how it happened.”  That’s what I told the officer with the light red birthmark near his left eye, when he asked me about my account of what my family now calls “the incident”. It was really quite simple. Or maybe it wasn’t. I ...

Is the Senior Class Ring Worth It?

Is the Senior Class Ring Worth It?

Robert Rios, Staff Writer

October 9, 2019

With the class of 2020 coming into their senior year, many are wondering whether or not spending money on a senior class ring is worth it. Some students feel like it’s too expensive for something they might not wear when they’re older, while others think it is important to have something to remind the...

Sunrise on Senior Year

Sunrise on Senior Year

Maria Gonzalez, Staff Writer

October 1, 2019

  On September 19th, seniors woke up before the sun rose, took their blankets and arrived at the BPHS football field before 6:30 AM. Every year Senior Sunrise is held early in the school year to symbolize the beginning of the end. For the first time in Senior Sunrise history, free breakfast ...

The End of An Era

The End of An Era

Itzel Estrada and Maria Gonzalez

September 28, 2019

On Friday the 13th ,the unthinkable happened and some very bad luck possessed the BPHS football team. After 20 years of victory BPHS lost the infamous bell on their field. The Battle for the Bell is the most anticipated game in Baldwin Park. Despite a 20-6 lead at halftime, their defeat was partly...

PROM!!!

PROM!!!

Margarita Milnes, Photographer

April 22, 2019

The Show We Were All Dying To See

The Show We Were All Dying To See

Sean Muse, Staff Writer

March 29, 2019

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