BY DEVINA MUNI If you go to a good college, then and only then, will you be successful. This is a common phrase every kid has heard at some point in their […]
Pictured: Officers Michael Anaya, Kennedy Howell, Myra Anigbo, Audrey Anigbo, Gyasi Harper, Brooklyn Kemp Advisors: Mrs. TreAna Marbrey, Mr. Joshua Calhoun By Chinemerem Nwanze Cerritos High School has always promoted diversity, so it is no […]
photo courtesy of Google Images By: Olivia Jaime Lights. Camera. Action. Youtube is among the world’s largest platforms in which one can share all ones creations and ideas. Although it has […]
By Tess U-Vongcharoen The removal of plastic straws could possibly mean the removal of boba shops. As of July 2019, restaurants and shops in San Francisco will no longer be distributing plastic […]
by Isabella Garcia Imagine running a club with your best friend; wouldn’t that be an ideal situation? Well, it’s a reality for Gizelle Verduzco and Aline Pham. After personally getting to know […]
by Riddhi Patel In the race to be worth one trillion dollars, publicly-listed Amazon runs-up right behind Apple inc. Amazon’s shares traded have been as high as $2,050.50; the online retailer’s expected […]
by Chris Amaro iPhone XS/XS max This year apple decided to change up the standard naming system for the iPhone. Instead of going with the iPhone X plus they went with the […]
by Andrew Song Hundreds of thousands of students are enraged over a potential cheating scandal on the SAT that occurred on August 24 across the nation. Collegeboard has been confirmed of being […]
by Chinemerem Nwanze In 2017, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) released a report titled “Teaching Hard History: American Slavery” as part of the Teaching Tolerance Project. The study yielded stunning results […]
by Oscar Guerrero In Bethesda’s latest addition to the Fallout franchise players will be able to explore an apocalyptic Virginia as a dweller from vault 76 which has purposefully been opened […]
by Juelle Ford Cerritos High School’s varsity football team has stepped into a new league this year, now competing with an entirely new set of teams. The team is led by its […]
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I, Elizabeth Abalon, leave my amazing Japanese skills to Adriene I, my inability to get a date to Kwantip Tachasooksaree, my common sense to Eva De La Rosa, and my lack of […]
BY DEVINA MUNI The California Assessment of Student Performance and Progress, better known as CAASPP, is a standardized test that all juniors are required to take. But what’s the point of […]
by Andrew Song As students, we all know the one website that saved our grade right before finals in a class that we really didn’t understand. Khan Academy has been saving […]
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CHS tennis defeated La Mirada at home 15-12 in a closely played match on April 17. The match was played on a particularly cold day. “I honestly did not know what to […]
BY NISA SYED *Warning: Spoilers Coming out to family and friends provides the utmost of relief for teenagers and adults; however, the decision to follow through with it is difficult. Love, […]
BY DEVINA MUNI As a nominee of the MACY awards which recognizes and awards high school musical theatre students and productions, the Cerritos High School drama production of The Addams Family did […]
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BY NISA SYED International Women’s Day praises women for their hard work and reminisces the achievements of important female figures throughout history. Since the 19th century, women such as Susan B. Anthony […]
by IRIS LIN Another school shooting on the news. Pictures of victims and heroic stories of saviors. A sad loss of innocent lives at the hands of a cruel, psychotic teenager. Right? […]
by NISA SYED Going into second semester can be bittersweet. It’s the time to weigh losses from first semester, but its a clean slate that enables students to work harder. There are […]
by OLIVER CLARK Last Thursday opened “The Last Jedi,” and I was there to see the second installment to the newest trilogy first-hand. It was an exciting night, but due to my […]
by GUS ESPINOZA Senior Desiree Estrada is one of our school’s standout athletes. As a member of the CHS Girls’ Wrestling team, Estrada has gained a solid reputation in league matches for […]
by ANDREW SONG Affirmative action, simply put, is fighting racism with racism; it never works. This process was first brought about by President Lyndon Johnson, who issued an Executive Order in 1965 […]
by SHREYA SHANTHARAJ and ANNIE LIN To many of us living on the West Coast, In-N-Out has served as a staple in our diets for years. Therefore, it’s no surprise that many […]
by AARON SEO Last Thursday opened The Last Jedi, and I was there to see the second installment of the newest trilogy first-hand. It was an exciting night, but due to my many […]
by BRIANNA KATSUDA The holiday season is all about happiness and giving. However, it can also come with the stress of what to get for your friends and loved ones. If you […]
by DEVINA MUNI The National Merit Scholar test, better known as the NMSQT, is a standardized test taken by tenth and eleventh graders that is administered by the College Board. Approximately 3.5 […]
by BRIANNA KATSUDA Rising numbers of high school students are experiencing anxiety and depression from increasing pressures from school, family, and social media.
by ANASTASIA HAN Sweaty hands in gloves were set to make 840 hot dogs from 3:30pm to 5:00pm inside Artesia Park’s kitchen on Halloween. The trains of aluminum foil never ceased to […]
by SHREYA SHANTHARAJ California has officially become the first state to formally ban the pet store sale of puppy mill dogs. Puppy mills are largely known as commercial dog breeding operations where […]
by GUSTAVO ESPINOZA Cerritos High history teacher Steven Armstrong was fully aware of what sort of new world he was entering when he crossed into Hong Kong to teach in August of […]
by LEANNE PICHAY and ANNIE LIN On Saturday, October 21st, 2017, the senior class took the school on a journey to the moon and back at our annual Homecoming Dance. With decorations […]
by ANDREW SONG *Beep Boop Beep Boop. How can I help you today?*
by LEANNE PICHAY If I were to tell you today to leave everything—your life, your home, your family—for a land you hardly know, what would you do?
by DEVINA MUNI The Cerritos Regiment of Gold at Cerritos High is an award winning band looking to earn another championship this year. Band members commit a good amount of their lives […]
by NISA SYED The common notion is that relationships are built by communication. Socializing is a fundamental part for the majority, without a doubt. Making conversation with our teachers is easier for […]
by ALINA DAS Senior year is not only special for the Class of 2018, but for Mr. Walker as well. Being principal comes with a busy schedule, yet Mr. Walker took time […]
by SHREYA SHANTHARAJ As high school students, test-taking is a part of our everyday life, but what if there were ways to make this dreaded task a little bit easier? Well, according […]
by SETU PATEL The Distinguished Young Women Program, also known as DYW, was first founded in 1958 to honor high-school girls by rewarding them with scholarships for college. This year’s Cerritos-Artesia DYW […]
by DEVINA MUNI TreAna Marbrey (still known by many as Ms. Hundley) is a fun, puppy-loving, caring counselor and track coach here at Cerritos High. Her passion for running dates back to […]
by NISA SYED “Gai dan jaan” is the Cantonese term, but we know it better as the puffle cone. The puffle cone originated in Hong Kong as an addition to sweet and […]
by BRIANNA KATSUDA On September 27th, the senior class released the theme of this year’s homecoming theme and announced the Top 16 girls during lunch in the quad.
by IRIS LIN From Chikara to Octagon to World Vision to HOSA, Cerritos High School’s enthusiastic club representatives kick off yet another school year with the annual Club Week. Taking place in […]
by ANASTASIA HAN Teachers always hear the “I left it at home” and “I forgot,” but on occasion they hear completely absurd excuses. Throughout their careers, teachers encountered interesting and ludicrous responses to […]
by BRIANNA KATSUDA The cross country team began their season with a great start by sweeping District and traveling to Oregon for the Three Course Challenge.
by AARON SEO As the unfolding of recent nuclear tests has demonstrated, North Korea is armed, dangerous, and more rogue than ever. But rogue states aren’t only third-world countries with authoritarian governments; […]