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Nostalgia on Film

Nostalgia on Film

Perla Cruz, Staff Writer December 12, 2023

Anybody can discuss the satisfaction of watching a film in the comfort of their home compared to that of a movie theater. In a debate about whether to watch film in box offices or streaming apps, Generation...

Smoke and Mirrors

Smoke and Mirrors

Alessandro Pabon, Staff Writer October 15, 2023

It is no secret that this generation of young adults is heavily affected by vaping. Big tobacco companies have lost a lot of money due to younger generations not smoking cigarettes. Those companies...

In Case of Emergency Know What to Do.

In Case of Emergency Know What to Do.

Lindsay Elias, Editor-in-Chief October 12, 2023

In times of crisis, an effective emergency system and evacuation plan optimizes the safety of students, faculty and staff. Whether due to natural disasters, fire emergencies or other unforeseen events,...

At-home spa nights that are easy and convenient

At-home spa nights that are easy and convenient

Jacqueline Colombo, Staff Writer November 12, 2022

Now that the cold weather has made an appearance – and with finals approaching – there is no better way to relax, get cozy and destress for a few hours than have a spa night at your own home. Here...

Healthy Habits

Healthy Habits

Mark Lee, Staff Writer November 12, 2022

The responsibility to practice healthy habits regarding to the encroaching winter season falls on everyone. You could be exposed to cold, flu and possibly COVID-19 germs as you are at work or studying...

Peace of Mind with an Emergency Kit!

Peace of Mind with an Emergency Kit!

Mark Lee, Staff Writer November 12, 2022

  Students often overlook the importance of being prepared. More times than not, we have had troubling occurrences and dangerous events take place be it at school or in public spaces. Being...

Homelessness In Our Hometown

Homelessness In Our Hometown

Joseph Salcido, Editor In Chief November 12, 2022

It is no secret that homelessness has become a significant issue spanning all of San Diego County. Data the San Diego Regional Task Force recently released on homelessness showed in September that 1,368...

The Classics

The Classics

Joseph Salcido, Editor in Chief November 12, 2022

Raul Sandelin is no stranger to San Diego. He is a local who went to elementary, middle and high school in El Cajon, graduating from Grossmont High in 1981. Sandelin also attended Grossmont College before...

Highlights from The Padres 2022 Postseason

Highlights from The Padres 2022 Postseason

Jacqueline Colombo, Staff Writer November 12, 2022

The San Diego Padres have had a stellar 2022 season. After a continuous 99-day lockout, the Padres were ready to make this year memorable. On Oct. 2, the Padres found out they would be participating in...

Halloween Safety

Halloween Safety

Mark Lee, Staff Writer October 20, 2022

Hallow safety – and safety and awareness in general – is imperative to have a fun, memorable and pleasantly-scary experience.  Facilitating a safe environment for Halloween enthusiasts begins with...

Haunted Places of San Diego

Haunted Places of San Diego

Liam Klingensmith, Staff Writer October 20, 2022

The Whaley House  The Whaley House in Old Town, is regarded by many as the most haunted house in America. Filled with a rich history, it’s quickly apparent why the house could be occupied by ghosts....

Hoover Dam in Colorado River/ Photo By: Sergii Figurnyi

An Unprecedented Crisis

Joseph Salcido, Editor-In-Chief October 5, 2022

The West is facing an unprecedented crisis, with water shortages facing many states like Arizona, Nevada and California. Researchers have suggested today is the driest point we have seen in the last...

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