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The Makers club wins first place for best design at first competition

Luis Vazquez and Tatiana Arenas

Don Lugo's original, "The Makers club" wins first place out of 53 Southern California schools at their first ever competition in Fullerton College. Last Saturday, the club competed at the SeaPerch Challenge, sponsored by...

March 23No Comments

Quest News sweeps regional competition for extra preparation before nationals in Seattle

Quest News sweeps regional competition for extra preparation before nationals in Seattle

Luis Lopez and Natalie West

Lugo's journalism class, Quest News, takes third place for the, "Sweepstakes Award" at the Los Angeles Journalism Teachers Association (LAJTA) Write-Off. Nine reporters attended the March 11 competition at Cal State Northridge....

March 18No Comments

Lugo’s latest: LEO Club

Janessa Meza, News Reporter

The LEO Club has started for Don Lugo students who would like to sign up and participate in it. Sargent Brisino, who is in charge of the club with plenty of students, is currently looking for more students to join so that...

March 10No Comments

Big win for Quest’s 1st competition at the Regional Journalism Write-Off

Big win for Quest’s 1st competition at the Regional Journalism Write-Off

Luis Lopez, News Reporter

Quest News' Photographer, Mason Lopez, takes 3rd place of 20 entry's at the Regional Journalism Write-Off. He was one of 5 students from Quest News who competed Saturday, March 4th at Schurr High School. This competition...

March 6No Comments

Lugo’s first annual, “Local Government Expo”

Lugo’s first annual, “Local Government Expo”

Tatiana Arenas and Luis Vazquez

Chino is bringing Lugo something new; the first ever Local Government Day Expo. This non-profit event took place on March 8th for seniors only, during periods 3 and 4. The expo was created by Nicole Cuadras, a college senior...

March 5No Comments

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The Abandoned LA Zoo remains in ruins but continues to be popular among LA residents

The Abandoned LA Zoo remains in ruins but continues to be popular among LA residents

Kaitlyn Valenzuela, Reporter

Griffith Park is home to an abundance of attractions some of which include the Griffith Observatory, the Greek Amphitheatre, the (current) Los Angeles Zoo, the Travel Town train museum, and the iconic...

March 21No Comments

“If you have a body, you are an athlete”

“If you have a body, you are an athlete”

Paola Espinosa, Reporter

Becoming a respected and accepted woman athlete is difficult on its own, but when you are held back by your ethnicity or religious beliefs, it becomes a bigger pill to swallow.  Many US companies tend...

March 20No Comments

Black history celebration has shown greater empowerment during a time of diversity within the country

Kaitlyn Valenzuela and Mau Mendoza

February marks the month for black history celebration and recognizing remarkable individuals. The representation black history month is receiving proves the progress of society in realizing the importance...

February 28No Comments

Don Antonio Lugo’s men and woman in authority go through the good kind of background check

Don Antonio Lugo’s men and woman in authority go through the good kind of background check

February 27

After a period of uncertainty, curtains are drawn on theater’s new scene

After a period of uncertainty, curtains are drawn on theater’s new scene

February 24

Senior Retreat: The heartfelt experience

Senior Retreat: The heartfelt experience

February 12

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Hope for 2017

Hope for 2017

Alondra Navarrete, Staff Writer

Over 100 students were asked what they hope 2017 will bring, and most of them hoped for success and happiness. Ringing in the New Year means something different to everyone,...

January 61 Comment

Winter break is…

Winter break is…

Alondra Navarrete, Staff Writer

Calendar countdowns to winter break exist in several classrooms, and when 12th grade English teacher, Mrs. Deming asked 60 seniors what winter break means to them, they agreed...

December 15No Comments

We are thankful

We are thankful

Alondra Navarrete, Staff Writer

As the Thanksgiving holiday approaches, 125 Lugo students had a lot to be thankful for. Many of them had mom and dad at the forefront of their thoughts. A handful of students...

November 18No Comments

Fear of Terrorism

Fear of Terrorism

October 9

Lugo Hates Cyberbullying

Lugo Hates Cyberbullying

June 1

Transgender Restroom Equality

Transgender Restroom Equality

May 16

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Youtube is using “restricted mode” to block videos related to the LGBTQ community

Youtube is using “restricted mode” to block videos related to the LGBTQ community

Micheal Everman, Tech Reporter

YouTube is using "restricted mode" in an attempt to censor any content that relates to the LBGTQ community. The YouTube algorithm uses the restricted mode to block anything...

March 24No Comments

How implementation of new technology in the food industry should be relevant to everyone

How implementation of new technology in the food industry should be relevant to everyone

Mau Mendoza, Reporter

Restaurants ranging in size, popularity, and cuisine are constantly implementing new methods to increase sales and efficiency, making the use of new technology in the kitchen...

March 11No Comments

Supreme court to overturn social media ban for sexual offenders

Supreme court to overturn social media ban for sexual offenders

Micheal Everman, Tech Reporter

The Supreme Court is currently ruling on the law that states that registered sex offenders can't use social media in North Carolina. The 2008 law prohibits offenders from...

March 7No Comments

The features to look forward to in the Nintendo Switch

The features to look forward to in the Nintendo Switch

March 1

Sony Playstation’s virtual reality console goes viral and leaves the company in awe

Sony Playstation’s virtual reality console goes viral and leaves the company in awe

February 27

New Earth-like planets have been discovered broadening the possibility of humans in outer space

New Earth-like planets have been discovered broadening the possibility of humans in outer space

February 24

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Uber is not exactly driving themselves out of any ditches

Uber is not exactly driving themselves out of any ditches

Micheal Everman, Tech Reporter

Uber has put themselves into the public eye in a negative light again, and they are not exactly driving themselves out of that ditch. It seems like every week we are hear...

March 17No Comments

Day 1,055: The Flint water crisis is still here

Day 1,055: The Flint water crisis is still here

Hailey Scott, Commentary Editor

The Flint water crisis has been going on since 2014, when the Flint river became the only water source in Michigan. Over a year ago, both Michigan and the federal government...

March 12No Comments

The last time I checked, Marie Curie was not famous for her makeup.

The last time I checked, Marie Curie was not famous for her makeup.

Chris Cuadras, Reporter

To celebrate Nation Women's Day, Snapchat decided to add filters for famous women to show what they accomplished. Marie was a famous physicist whom won a Nobel Piece Price,...

March 12No Comments

17 year old transgender male wins controversy, as well as the female wrestling championship

17 year old transgender male wins controversy, as well as the female wrestling championship

March 3

Controversy exploded over Mack Beggs, a 17 year old...

President Donald Trump revokes transgender rights in public school restrooms

President Donald Trump revokes transgender rights in public school restrooms

February 24

Donald Trump's hypocritical actions have taken away...

Forcing your beliefs is not religious freedom

Forcing your beliefs is not religious freedom

February 22

Everyone has their own beliefs. It's one to want to...

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