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Caritas Christi Center Opens

Caritas Christi Center Opens

Julia Gore, Staff Writer March 10, 2022

After many delays, the Caritas Christi Center has finally opened! The space is combined with Campus Ministry, Wellness, as well as activities, and they have created an amazing space for students to...

Fire strikes close to home

Brandon Covas, Feature Editor March 10, 2022

  A concerningly large fire has hit close to the Santa Margarita over the past week. The fire, now being named the Jim Fire,  occurred in Cleveland National Park, which is located in the large...

A helicopter rushes to help contain the fire by dropping water. (Photo by Orange County Register)

Winter heat wave causes a fire in Laguna Beach

Early Thursday morning, a brush fire broke out, and many residents evacuated Emerald Bay and Irvine Cove.
Isabelle Byra, Staff Writer February 23, 2022

An unexpected brush fire covered up to 150 acres of the Emerald Bay and Irvine Cove communities. At 4 a.m. Thursday morning, near Emerald Bay, the fire sent around 375 firefighters to battle the flames....

MUN crushes LAIMUNZ

Julia Gore, Staff Writer December 13, 2021

  On the weekend of December 4th, Model United Nations traveled north to Mira Costa to participate in LAIMUNZ. Morgan Davies, Senior, and Ashley Prentice, Senior, competed together in a dual...

Fox News Christmas tree burns in New York City

Fox News Christmas tree burns in New York City

A man who sets the tree on fire faces several criminal charges, including arson and now imprisonment.
Isabelle Byra, Staff Writer December 13, 2021

The tragic fire incident caused first responders to rush to save Midtown Manhattan at Fox News Square. The 50-foot Christmas tree consists of about 10,000 glass ornaments and 100,000 lights. Fox News...

Disappearing act of the shores: coastal erosion within Orange County

Beach erosion threatens coastal cities within Orange County
Sofia O'Keefe, Copy Editor, Feature Editor October 11, 2021

Seemingly unending sandy beaches with overlooking houses are at the forefront of Orange County charm. However, these luxuries are in jeopardy with the looming threat of beach erosion. In hopes...

Surfrider club for change

After an oil spill, the surfrider club is searching for ways to make a positive impact.
Tatum Tatch, sports and photo editor October 5, 2021

A Huntington Beach oil spill is rapidly spreading and threatening marine life in its path. The devastating event has left students wondering what they can do to help. Naveen Gulati, president of the Surfrider...

Honoring the lives lost from COVID-19

Over 600,000 flags placed on National Mall to pay tribute to those who have passed away from COVID-19
Katie Rubio, Staff Writer September 19, 2021

Thousands gather up to honor those who lost their life to COVID-19. On the National Mall, more than 600,000 white flags were planted, each representing a life lost. A written personalized message...

Wildfires plague California once again

While the residents of California are returning back to normal after the lockdown, so are the wildfires.
Kendrick Choi, Web Editor in Chief August 26, 2021

For the past several weeks, parts of northern and central California have been suffering from multiple wildfires and the resulting poor air quality. There are currently ten active fires in northern...

Tracking Coronavirus Vaccinations in California

Lauren Memoly, Staff Writer May 12, 2021

The first of the COVID vaccines had started to roll out in early 2021. The release of the vaccine has already been changing the world and the regulations around the US. The only way for the pandemic...

Photo by Syracuse University
This is an example of a common platform for virtual college tours. According to the popular virtual campus production program YouVisit (as depicted above), around 1.4 million people watched one of their tours between March 13 through April 13 of 2020.

Disconnected virtual visits

Prospective college students are facing tougher decisions when applying as a result of limited campus tour opportunities.
Sofia O'Keefe, Staff Writer May 11, 2021

Bustling students, expansive greenery, and immense architecture throughout university campuses are customary sights for college visits. As cheery applicants step on to the campus that may become their...

Illustration by Xiang(Lucy) Chang

Chinese international students expect to return to campus in fall

New policies of the government and schools affect Chinese international students and their plans in 2021
May 3, 2021

How to return to the state for school has been a problem that Chinese international students concern about since the outbreak of COVID-19. Due to the pandemic, the U.S. government released different policies...

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