"Keeping Lugo Connected"

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"Keeping Lugo Connected"

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"Keeping Lugo Connected"

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The album cover of J.Coles album Might Delete Later where the song 7 Minute Drill is featured.
J. Cole Apologizes After Dissing Kendrick Lamar in 7 Minute Drill
Michael Vaca, News Writer • April 18, 2024

J.Cole released a diss track following Kendrick Lamar's diss toward Drake and J. Cole in a feature song called "Like That," but J.Cole recently...

Devils Canyon, San Bernardino California. Many hikers who like more challenging terrain hike through the canyon.
Body Found in San Bernardino
Jae Herrera, News Writer • April 18, 2024

On Saturday, April 14th, a plane crashed in the San Bernardino mountains. The Federal Aviation Administration stated that the plane was a twin-engine...

Ruby Franke and her family.
Ruby Franke Convicted with 4 Counts of Aggravated Child Abuse
Sam Konno, News Writer • April 18, 2024

Ruby Franke, a mother of 6, and a family blogger, was convicted with 4 counts of aggravated child abuse in December of 2023. Franke's therapist,...

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Morgan Graves
Morgan Graves, News Writer
Morgan Graves is a first year Quest News writer. She looks forward to having a great year of writing and learning new things. This year she wants to explore broadcast and writing in the news portion of Quest. She has always loved listening to podcasts and the news, so she hopes to learn the making process of both. Being that broadcast is fairly new to Quest she hopes to make an impact. In addition to writing for Quest News she loves to play volleyball and is a varsity volleyball captain at Don Lugo. She also loves to be creative so in her free time she loves to paint, garden, and cook.
Natalie Garcia
Natalie Garcia, Broadcast Editor-In-Chief
Natalie Garcia is the 2023-2024 Editor-in-Chief of the Quest News broadcast team. She is a senior at Don Lugo High School and this will be her second year in the program. Last year she was Social Media Manager and updated the Quest News socials weekly keeping our readers updated. She mainly focused on podcasts and social media but she's hoping to expand the broadcast section into videos this year. She hopes to bring more attention to the Quest News program and compete at the national JEA convention.
Marcos Ramirez
Marcos Ramirez, Features Writer
Marcos is a first year member of Quest News. He is a senior who enjoys music, writing, and film. He’s enamored with the arts and hopes that his love bleeds into his writing. Spending his life hopping city to city has given him an expanded perspective on the world. He plans to use this experience to his advantage in journalism. Though he enjoys writing, Marcos is most interested in broadcasting. He loves to talk and is excited to contribute to Quest News however he can.
Archer Hasson
Archer Hasson, News Editor
Archer Hasson is a second year Quest News member and the only sophomore editor. They joined Quest News to advance their skills in writing and journalism. Some of the things they wish to accomplish while in Quest are to write one article a week for a month, achieve Best of SNO, and ensure representation for many organizations on campus. They are highly involved at Don Lugo being an active member in organizations such as FFA and the ASL program, aiming to be in ASL for all 4 years and take the biliteracy test.

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