February 5, 2017 was Super Bowl 51 played between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons at the NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas. Before the game, country music singer Luke Bryan sang the national anthem and Phillipa Soo, Renée Elise Goldsberry and Jasmine Cephas Jones, performed “America the Beautiful” with a slight twist, by […]
Candy hearts, red roses, and giant teddy bears all symbolize a time of year all couples look forward to: Valentine’s Day. With this holiday also brings out the bitter side of single people. “I think the main reason most people are mad [about Valentine’s Day] is because observing those emotions reminds them that they’re alone […]
The film Split first aired Friday Jan. 20, some theaters offered showings Thursday at midnight.
Beth Montes is a freshman on the softball team.
In this podcast, we discuss stereotypes around the Millennial generation and why it’s wrong to blame everything on technology.
Natalia is a freshman who is part of the varsity soccer team.
Most people are uncomfortable with change, however for freshman Mark Lozano he had to quickly become used to it.
On Saturday Jan. 28 and Sunday Jan. 29, cheer, dance and pep squad will be holding a performance taking part in one singular sensation, along with other schools from the district at Blossom Littleton gym.
Thursday, Jan. 26 2017 was Douglas MacArthur’s 137th birthday. To celebrate, here are 3 random facts about him.
The JROTC organization took a trip to the Alamodome for a day of exploring new Army technology in the form of games and other fun activities on Jan. 6. The following day cadets were able to watch the game.