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Sweet as Sugar Takes the Cake

Sweet as Sugar Takes the Cake

Katie Luo and Brooke Johnston

October 23, 2018


Filed under Features, Student Life

Keeping track of new clubs on campus is not an easy task, and it may be difficult to decide which organizations you want to jump into this semester. If joining a group that creatively incorporates baking and giving back to the community sounds appealing, then West Ranch’s new Sweet as Sugar Club is just...

Young and Tatted

Young and Tatted

Siena Zarrell and Skijler Hutson

October 22, 2018


Filed under Features, Student Life, Top Stories

   The monotone drill of a tattoo gun immediately greets me as I walk into Santa Clarita Tattoo. Looking around, a plethora of different designs cover the walls; there is, of course, the classical American, Polynesian and Japanese tattoo styles to choose from, but there are also dozens of unique, genr...

Malibu Farm: An Oceanside Gem

Malibu Farm: An Oceanside Gem

Alyssa Truong, Staff Writer

October 19, 2018


Filed under Features

Nothing says California more than healthy food and the beach. When you put the two together, you get Malibu’s oceanside gem, the Malibu Farm Restaurant. Located on a pier right off the Pacific Coast Highway, you not only get good eats, but you also get an amazing view of the ocean and easy access to...

Food Review: Eat Real Cafe

Food Review: Eat Real Cafe

Ashley Park, Staff Writer

October 18, 2018


Filed under Around Town, Features

It’s not easy to find a healthy and delicious place to eat, but Eat Real Cafe has combined both those qualities into their food. They have two locations: in Newhall on Lyons Ave. and in Valencia on Newhall Ranch Rd. Eat Real Cafe creates tasty food to eat without feeling guilty about eating it. With no...

Wafflecomb: A Taste of Hong Kong

Wafflecomb: A Taste of Hong Kong

Brooke Johnston, Staff Writer

October 4, 2018


Filed under Around Town, Features

If you’re anything like me, you’re tired of seeing a new frozen yogurt shop advertising the same product at every corner. Craving a new kind of refreshing treat to indulge in? Look no further than Wafflecomb right here in Santa Clarita. When I discovered the petite shop on Google, I definitely did a ...

Gay Straight Alliance

Gay Straight Alliance

Hannah Kim and Siena Zarrell

October 2, 2018


Filed under Features, Student Life

It’s another day at West Ranch and you walk through the gates, but you don’t stop until you meet that familiar smile or place that lets you release that breath you didn’t know you were holding. It’s your safe place. For many students worldwide who are apart of the LGBTQ+ community, it’s ...

Summer Jobs

Summer Jobs

Hannah Kim and Alexa Empleo

September 24, 2018


Filed under Features, Student Life

Having a summer job is a great way to make your summer more productive and earn extra cash. Not only that, but you’re also able to practice the needed skills you must be equipped with for future careers. Though summer is long over, there are a few students here at West Ranch whose very interesting su...

Sept. 11 City Council Meeting

Sept. 11 City Council Meeting

Katie Luo, Staff Writer

September 24, 2018


Filed under Around Town, News

Behind the scenes of Santa Clarita lies City Hall, where important issues are taken care of and crucial topics are discussed. Each day, City Hall is working hard to keep Santa Clarita afloat. On every second and fourth Tuesday of every month, the City Council Chambers opens its doors to the public t...

Maria Strmsek Retires

Maria Strmsek Retires

Harneet Arora, Copy Editor

September 20, 2018


Filed under Around Town, Features

After its establishment in 1975, Henry Mayo Newhall Hospital has grown to become a well-known hospital in the Santa Clarita area. With many arriving seeking medical attention, the extensive hospital staff serves hundreds of patients on a daily basis. Doctors and nurses spend hours on end working to t...

What It’s Like to Be A Busy Athlete

What It’s Like to Be A Busy Athlete

Erin Eskoff, Staff Writer

September 14, 2018


Filed under Features, Student Life

Playing volleyball is one of the things I enjoy most, but it is a very time-consuming hobby. Other important priorities come with being an incredibly busy athlete. School, family, friends, practice, strength training and games are all crunched in my schedule and give me very minimal time to focus on o...

New Year, New School

New Year, New School

Katie Luo, Staff Writer

September 14, 2018


Filed under Features

To most students at West Ranch, a trip to Spain or Italy may seem like the perfect escape from school. For a few exchange students, however, Santa Clarita is their getaway to the American dream. Sara Nardiello from Naples, Italy and Francesca Tommasi Rosso Cuesta from Valencia, Spain are a pair of ...

Pigging Out at 626 Night Market

Pigging Out at 626 Night Market

Alyssa Truong, Staff Writer

September 13, 2018


Filed under Features

Delicious, crazy and trendy foods are all over social media. Your stomach rumbles and you start salivating. You are ready to eat but, unfortunately, you can’t eat the food that’s on your phone. But what if all of that food was actually right in front of you? All of these foods from your dreams be...

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