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College of the Canyons Farmer's Market

College of the Canyons Farmer’s Market

Sabrina Ho and Gillian Bui April 19, 2021

A great way to start off your week is to take a trip to the Farmer’s Market. Every Sunday from 8:30 a.m. to noon, farmers from all over California gather at College of the Canyons to sell their fresh...

How to Start Focusing on Yourself

How to Start Focusing on Yourself

Sabrina Ho March 15, 2021

Making sure you are taking care of yourself and are happy with the life you are living is a practice often glossed over in our fast-paced world. Putting time into your relationships with others is undoubtedly...

On the front lines

On the front lines

Introduction    March marks the one year anniversary of quarantine. What we once believed would be an “extended spring break” has now encapsulated months of a raging pandemic that has killed millions...

Young and employed: students working in quarantine

Young and employed: students working in quarantine

Ashley Park, Features Editor March 11, 2021

Quarantine has been a time for many to take on a slew of new hobbies such as baking, binge-watching Netflix, and hiking. However, many juniors and seniors have decided to dedicate their extra quarantine...

Spotlighting Spectacular West Ranch Staff: The Sequel

Spotlighting Spectacular West Ranch Staff: The Sequel

We asked West Ranch teachers to nominate fellow staff members who deserve more recognition for their hard work. The Paw Print had the privilege of interviewing Mr. Ben Wobrock, Mrs. Yuleth Cambaliza, Mrs....

How to break the loop

Kimberly Ayson and Ashley Park March 9, 2021

The Loop   Wake up. Open the computer. Work. Close the computer. Go to sleep. Repeat. The loop. Known by many names but all yield the same meaning: living the same day every day. When looking...

How were students successful last semester and how you can be successful this semester

Kimberly Ayson, Staff Writer February 18, 2021

   As the 2020 fall semester began, there was a clear divide between students who were more accustomed to online learning and those who still needed to adapt. Though last semester may have been difficult...

Code For Kids connects kids to the world of computer science

Code For Kids connects kids to the world of computer science

Ashley Park and Sabrina Ho February 8, 2021

   In the midst of extraordinary technological advancement, coding has become a significant pillar of science. Because most students are unaware of the vast opportunities within the computer science...

Day in the Life of a Virtual Counselor

Day in the Life of a Virtual Counselor

Sabrina Ho February 4, 2021

Distance learning has been not only a big change for students and teachers but for counselors as well. As the pandemic and quarantine continues, counselors have had to find new ways to work from home while...

Pandemic beyond high school

Pandemic beyond high school

Jasmine Wongphatarakul, Kimberly Ayson, and Alice Xie December 16, 2020

   Adjusting to a virtual system of learning has been a difficult and new experience for students and teachers. Beyond West Ranch High School, students and teachers from different grade levels are adapting...

Spotlighting Spectacular West Ranch Staff

Spotlighting Spectacular West Ranch Staff

Jasmine Wongphatarakul and Brooke Johnston December 14, 2020

We asked West Ranch teachers to nominate fellow staff members who deserve more recognition for their hard work. The Paw Print had the privilege of interviewing Mrs. June Shin, Mr. Edwin Herrera-Campos,...

The Essentiality of Sleep

The Essentiality of Sleep

Reya Mehta, Copy Editor December 14, 2020

   Sleeping is arguably the most important thing that a person, especially a growing teenager, can do for themselves. But many students find themselves lacking in this department, getting significantly...

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