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Opinion: Undocumented Immigrant tax payers should be included in Trump’s “economic rescue” package

Donald Trump signs Congress proposed bill that provides some help to all-- except immigrants.

Karly Ortiz, Managing Editor

March 27, 2020

After a near-unanimous vote by Congress, Trump signed into action a $2.2 trillion dollar "economic rescue" package as a result of COVID-19's impact on the economy as well as the people. This stipend money will go to businesses, healthcare providers, and families that have been affected by this national...

Opinion: CVUSD should just give up hope for coming back

Chino Valley Unified School District has extended distance learning from April 3 to May 1.

Edward Lillie, Broadcast News Editor

March 25, 2020

School district closures have been a widespread precautionary step as the COVID-19 outbreak seems to get worse and worse by the day. Some school districts have even shut down school for the rest of the academic year, but why hasn't CVUSD and Norm Enfield done anything like this? They seem to say that...

Opinion: The Trump Administration is doing a horrible job at handling the COVID-19 outbreak

President Donald J. Trump, joined by Vice President Mike Pence and members of the White House Coronavirus Task Force, delivers remarks at a coronavirus update briefing Monday, March 16, 2020, in the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room of the White House.

Karly Ortiz, Managing Editor

March 20, 2020

COVID-19  is a respiratory virus that was first reported on December 30 by Wuhan China health officials. In the last three months, the virus has become a global pandemic and has forced major nations into quarantine to avoid the spread of the Coronavirus and America is currently one of them. With such...

Opinion: Virtual learning is here, and I’m looking forward to online school

My new online learning schedule. Getting organized is a must when  doing virtual schooling. Students who don't plan how to spend their time will easily fall behind.

Aiden Deming, Tech Reporter

March 19, 2020

With the outbreak of the 2019 Novel Coronavirus, I find myself a lot more optimistic about this pandemic than the media or my peers might believe me to be, mainly with the concept of "Online Schooling". As someone who spent the majority of their middle school years in an online private school, it is...

Opinion: Feeding into the hysteria of the Coronavirus

Chino resident, Jay Franck, frustrated at the aftermath of panic at the Stater Brothers off Schaefer Ave. and Euclid Ave.

Brooke Selvidge, News/Technology Reporter

March 13, 2020

While the Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, is serious, the situation has been blown incredibly out of proportion. The hysteria about the Coronavirus has created more problems than the sickness may have on its own, as panicked shoppers empty shelves for an Armageddon like disaster that's likely never...

Opinion: Billie Eilish’s powerful protest against body shaming

Recently on her new world tour, Billie Eilish took a stand against body shaming. Billie Eilish performs at a concert in April 2019.

Angela Gutierrez, Arts & Entertainment Reporter

March 12, 2020

One well-known aspect of pop star Billie Eilish is her unique style, especially her oversized, baggy clothes. Recently, at her first world tour stop in Miami, she projected a video to her fans where she took off her shirt and eventually ended up in her bra. This video was meant to address body shaming...

Opinion: The vending machines need to go…Yes, all of them

In between passing period, junior JoJo Galindo  looks for a snack to take to class.

Aiden Deming, Tech Reporter

March 6, 2020

The vending machines. The iconic arm gymnastic hassle we all know and love to hate still remains one of the many eyes sores on campus. Dark and shadowy, locked in a cage, and filled with disgusting and unhealthy snacks, the vending machines are not only unappealing but look indirectly hostile as if the...

Opinion: If the Lugo Coin is ignored, PBIS could fail

Don Lugo passport handed out to every student for a chance to win cool prizes when all coin slots are filled.

Gary Garcia, Sports Reporter

March 5, 2020

The Lugo Coin school-wide reward system is one of the newest additions to Don Lugo High School on its path to receiving a silver medal for PBIS from the State of California. However, the Lugo Coin has been poorly implemented so far. If the staff doesn't make adjustments soon, the opportunity to implement...

Opinion: Video Games Shouldn’t Be Compared to Sports

Tyler Blevins aka Ninja posing for a photoshoot for Forbes magazine in Los Angeles, California. (Photo Courtesy of: Tubefilter.com)

Diego Cruz, Sports Editor

February 27, 2020

Sports and video games have been in debate for years and years. This time, a professional gamer spoke about the controversy. Ninja the Professional Fortnite gamer who recently signed with Adidas, started a controversial topic via Twitter when he argued that people shouldn't call losing a video game "just...

The war on ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ becomes the war on progress

Considering the controversy that’s surrounded this song for years, it’s safe to say John Legend knew the backlash he’d face after releasing the song. Upon release of the lyric video, he tweeted, “ I now present to the world the lyric video for #BabyItsColdOutside so that they may scrutinize it line by line more accurately - enjoy!“

Karly Ortiz, Managing Editor

November 19, 2019

The classic Christmas song is under fire once again. This time last year, 'Baby It's Cold Outside' by Frank Loesser, was petitioned against on radio stations, social media accounts, and bashed almost daily online. Now, this year's release of a new and improved 'Baby It's Cold Outside' by Kelly Clarkson...

The simple solution to passing math

Students are collaborating in Mrs. K’s class, ensuring theirs questions are answered. Although this is important, a vital part of liking math is having a positive teacher. According to Oxford Learning, “ If a teacher is excited and positive about math, the students will be as well. But if educators are negative about it, it can have the opposite effect.”

Karly Ortiz, Managing Editor

October 4, 2019

When students are asked about what their favorite subjects are, the answers are identical almost every time; english, history, P.E., and the classic and witty 'lunch' reply. It's common for students to be enthusiastic about how interesting their history class is, or boast about their grade in their English...

On Campus Art and How it’s Underrated

Photographer Valerie Torres art by Don Lugo advanced art students

Valerie Torres, News Editor

May 23, 2019

On campus you may have heard many announcements about a new sports game coming up and to support the team, but there is often less attention given about the arts. Art isn't just painting and drawing, there are many forms of art that fail to be given recognition on the same level as athletics. Art...

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