Metro’s Idea to Implement Bike Locker Programs for Thieves

  ANTHONY DOLLENTAS Staff Writer Metro may scrap its bike locker program because of thieves, break-ins and inappropriate usage. Thieves have constantly breaking into LA Metro bike lockers placed at train stations, stealing bicycles and ransacking the personal contents stored inside and prompting the transit agency to consider scrapping the program. As an alternative, Metro staff is recommending removing and

» Read more

Artificial Intelligence

  RUSSELL ROJAS Staff Writer When brought to the idea surrounding if robots could write a essay or a speech with only a few words given, (or the general thesis of the subject and topic) it excites technology fans and the general public. Upon hearing this, many readers excite with a tumpus wonderlust for finally being in “the world of

» Read more

NASA Rover is a “Missed Opportunity”

  JAYLEEN LAM Staff Writer The NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, ended its eightmonth attempt to reconnect with Opportunity, one of a pair of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s (NASA) Mars Rovers. This robot was the fifth to achieve a successful landing on Mars, out of eight NASA spacecraft that landed on the red planet. The team

» Read more

Law Enforcement in Cali

  JIMMY NGO Staff Writer Recently in Los Angeles several issues have occured due to law enforcement unions limiting the landmark transparency law. This is caused from police officers in California doing misconduct occurring before the new law taking place. The judge’s decision does not get put into effect until March 1, which allows for police unions to appeal and

» Read more

Cheating Scandal Could Turn Into Lawsuit in New Jersey

  JULIET ALEMAN BINTA DIALLO Staff Writer News Editor Brendan Clare, an average high school student was accused of cheating on his ACT, which stands for American College Test. He received his results of the the exam May 2, 2018 and in order to ensure his score of 26, ACT contacted Clare accusing him of cheating. Clare had taken the

» Read more

Insecure Implants

  SERENA LIN Staff Writer Most drivers’ education classes were scuttled after increasing competition among students for AP classes. Drivers’ ed classes should be brought back so students can get their licenses sooner. Drivers’ ed classes cover subjects such as how a driver must handle dangerous road emergencies or navigate through risky driving conditions. In fact, drivers’ ed classes can

» Read more

Vaping on the Rise Among American Youth

  RUBY LA MAX TRAN Staff Writers According to U.S. News more than a third of high school seniors in America reportedly vaped at least once in 2018. Most people believe that vaping is healthier than traditional smoking, however numerous studies over the decade show that vaping can be as unhealthy as traditional cigarettes, due to the nature of e-cigarettes

» Read more

Southern California Experiences Severe Weather

  JIMMY NGO Staff Editor Recently in Southern California it has been pouring rain for weeks, leading to some flooding from the blocking of storm drains. “The weather in California has been very surprising, with the rain and the cold weather we are experiencing,” senior Violet Estrada said. “This could be because of climate change and could have consequences on

» Read more

Gavin Newsom Aims to Take Action on Gun Control

  JAYLEEN LAM Staff Writer Gavin Newsom, California’s new governor, began tightening gun control regulations in his first term. In his first state budget plan, released a few days after his inauguration in January, Newsom suggested to fund an extra $5.6 million for gun seizures from people with criminal records or mental illnesses, which is 50 percent more than former

» Read more

Gene Modifying Babies

  JULIET ALEMAN Staff Writer   In late November 2018 two twin female babies, known as Lulu and Nana to protect their identities, were born in China. Their births have spiked immense controversy because they are the first ever humans to be born with artificial gene modifications. Chinese scientist He JianKui was the mastermind behind it, saying the only modifications

» Read more
1 2 3 57