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The Bachelor Season 23 Predictions

The Bachelor Season 23 Predictions

Ashley Park, Staff Writer

February 12, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies/TV

“The Bachelor,” one of America’s most beloved shows, kicked off with a new season on January 7, 2019. Colton Underwood is the new lucky bachelor with 30 women from all over the nation fighting for a intimate relationship with him. In the first episode, although Colton tried his best to react to meet...

Kevin Gillespie: Alto Sax

Kevin Gillespie: Alto Sax

Mary Waugh, A&E Editor

February 11, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music

Sophomore Kevin Gillespie is one of few people at West Ranch High School who professionally plays a multitude of instruments. One of the various instruments in his skill set is the alto saxophone. Unlike the standard saxophone, the alto sax is smaller but is still commonly seen in symphonies and jazz. ...

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Review

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Review

Allison Alben, Design Editor

January 24, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies/TV

Imagine a movie that stars six different Spider-men, including two different versions all called Spider-man, Spider-Gwen, Spider-Noir, Spider-Ham, and last but certainly not the least, Peni Parker and SP//dr. These are just some of the iterations of the Spider-Man Multiverse, but they are the stars of the n...

National Portfolio Day

National Portfolio Day

Christine Joo, Staff Writer

January 22, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

National Portfolio Day is a portfolio review session for prospective art students who want professional feedback on their portfolios before applying to college. On Oct. 20, the event took place in downtown San Diego from 12:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. There were about 50 art college representatives that at...

Habits: You Can Change Your Life

Habits: You Can Change Your Life

Emily Chang, Staff Writer

January 2, 2019


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

On Dec. 31 of almost every year, I make a promise to myself. I tell myself that in the new year, I will cut out processed foods and start eating healthier. However, the morning of Jan. 1 rolls around and I find myself reaching for a bowl of cereal instead of a bowl of fruit. Why is this? Reachin...

Billie Eilish at The Fonda

Billie Eilish at The Fonda

Chika Winston, Staff Writer

December 20, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Music, Top Stories

On Nov. 23, the Fonda Theater started its nightlife at 6:30 p.m, and there were already two blocks worth of people wrapping around the streets of Hollywood. People in neon green “Where’s my mind?” shirts and bucket hats, baggy, oversized clothes and combat boots anticipatedly wait for hours un...

Dear College Football Committee, Don’t Expand The Playoff To Eight Teams

Zach Singer, Sports Writer

December 17, 2018


Filed under Sports, WR

    Oct. 13, 2013: The day that college football would move on from the BCS (Bowl Championship Series) game and move into a new era with the four team playoff. At the time, excitement was rising through the roof as 2014 commenced the first year of the four team playoff. Two more tea...

“Gourmet Makes:” A Bon Appetit YouTube Series

“Gourmet Makes:” A Bon Appetit YouTube Series

Sydney Young, A&E Editor

December 17, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies/TV

Whether it’s Gushers, Twinkies or Cheetos, pastry chef Claire Saffitz from the Bon Appetit Test Kitchen has tried her hand at making gourmet, at-home and improved versions of these iconic snacks. “Gourmet Makes” on YouTube is a lively and problem-solving series where you can sit back in the comfort...

Stephen Hillenburg’s Greatest Legacy

Stephen Hillenburg’s Greatest Legacy

Alexa Empleo, Staff Writer

December 17, 2018


Filed under Movies/TV

Even though Stephen Hillenburg passed away on Monday, Nov. 26 at the age of 57, his ageless work and great legacy will remain forever. According to the National Public Radio, Hillenburg, who is originally from Oklahoma, started his career teaching marine biology at the Orange County Marine Institute ...

Music is Turning Political

Music is Turning Political

Quynn Lubs, Staff Writer

December 17, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Editorials, Music

  2018 has been quite the year for America, from neo-Nazis marching through the streets to a shooting in a Pittsburg synagogue. Activists worldwide have been trying to fix this country, organizing marches and donation drives.   Some activists have been raising awareness the only way they know ...

“The Princess Switch” Movie Review

“The Princess Switch” Movie Review

Erin Eskoff, A&E Writer

December 17, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Movies/TV

Just a few days before Thanksgiving, on Nov. 16, 2018, Netflix released another original movie, “The Princess Switch,” to mark the beginning of the holiday season. I was just scrolling through Netflix, looking for any interesting content, when I came across a “Parent Trap” type movie starring Va...

It’s “Great Gatsby,” old sport!

It’s “Great Gatsby,” old sport!

Mina Jang and Shanzay Hassan

December 14, 2018


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

  Flashy wigs, swaying costumes, projected voices and tear-jerking emotions awakened audience members to West Ranch Theater’s 1920s-based production, “The Great Gatsby.” Their extravagant performance took place in the West Ranch theater on November 14 to 16.   “This play is unique in that it comes...

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