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Relaxing sessions are hosted to help students become less stress during a time of difficulty

Relaxing sessions are hosted to help students become less stress during a time of difficulty

Kaitlyn Valenzuela, Reporter
April 27, 2017
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As various students prepare for their AP tests this upcoming May, extreme levels of stress have taken over. They are in definite need of a break- one to help their brains cool off and recharge so they aren't over-worked and fatigued. These last few months of school are a difficult period for most students...

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
March 21, 2017
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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 Hollywood Sign. However, the large park also has its most eerie attraction yet, the Abandoned LA...

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

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

Paola Espinosa, Reporter
March 20, 2017
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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 to hold themselves back because their release of products that "promote" other religious beliefs or...

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

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

Kaitlyn Valenzuela and Mau Mendoza
February 28, 2017
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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 of celebrating diversity. As both the struggles and achievements of the black community are highlighted,...

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

Marissa Reinhart, Tech Editor
February 24, 2017
Filed under Features

Over the past couple years, theater students have been stuck on a rocky road. They have experienced several changes in the program; having teachers switched each year and having a brand new group of students has been difficult for the few students who have been along for the entire bumpy ride. The changes...

Senior Retreat: The heartfelt experience for enjoying last moments as senior students

Senior Retreat: The heartfelt experience for enjoying last moments as senior students

Kaitlyn Valenzuela, Reporter
February 12, 2017
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The class of 2017 has had remarkable achievements in their four years at Lugo. They have a lot to be proud of, to remember, and to celebrate, but now with only 16 Friday's left before graduation, seniors have departed on one of the most reflective opportunities offered to the senior class...senior retreat....

Welcome to the Trump Administration: President makes an effort to find the best candidates

Welcome to the Trump Administration: President makes an effort to find the best candidates

Kaitlyn Valenzuela, Reporter
January 14, 2017
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President Elect Donald Trump nearly completes his cabinet as he hires "the best people" to help him run the country days before his inauguration. His selections have surprised many but have satisfied others. Citizens are questioning the members of his cabinet but Trump believes they have the qualities...

One school. One family.

One school. One family.

Kaitlyn Valenzuela and Sarah Wilson and Chris Cuadras
December 14, 2016
Filed under Features

Throughout the campus, posters of encouragement are posted on walls for students to be reminded to be confident and that they are capable of getting through anything. It is small acts of encouragement that truly impact the attitude of the student body, revealing how compassionate the school is and how...

Toys for teens

Toys for teens

Tatiana Arenas
December 9, 2016
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Don Lugo's 25th annual Toy drive is now in full affect until the 15th of December. The toy drive is an annual event where the community of Chino and Don Lugo students come together to donate gifts for those in need. Activities Director, Mrs. Rigo-Witt, is taking a list of students who want to sign up...

World AIDS Day seeks to educate the next generation

World AIDS Day seeks to educate the next generation

Micheal Everman, Reporter
December 6, 2016
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On December 1st, the world took an annual day of awareness for AIDS . On this day, families and friends remembered their loved ones who were taken due to the disease. Regardless of what gender, sexuality, race or ethnicity, everyone is vulnerable to the disease. In 1983 scientists discovered the...

The first rally to honor academic achievement

The first rally to honor academic achievement

Janessa Meza and Kaitlyn Valenzuela
November 22, 2016
Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Features

Renaissance, with the help of the leadership classes, kicked off their first academic rally on Friday consisting of awards, games, performances, and Pixar fun! Several students were acknowledged for their outstanding academic achievements and a few of Lugo's finest sports teams were recognized for...

Lugo gives back to Chino’s finest

Lugo gives back to Chino’s finest

Chris Cuadras, Commentary Reporter
November 16, 2016
Filed under Features

Police officers from Chino Police Department visited Don Lugo  to enjoy hot pizza, ice cold fruit punch, and delicious cupcakes with special needs students in the Hearts and Hero's club. Don Lugo not only gave thanks to the officers, but also built a stronger relationship with the students in the...

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