Articles by Sarah Lu

  • Reaching new horizons

    Scouting the globe As the summer temperatures started to rise, many students looked to gain new experiences across the world. Whether it was biking across...

  • New presidents aim to improve Key Club

    Filled with a sense of community, opportunities for community service, and a trip to Six Flags Magic Mountain, Key Club has attracted many students throughout...

  • Thomas Fire: the aftermath

    A City Ablaze In the duration of four stressful days, thousands of families were forced to evacuate from their homes. Several of these families never...

  • Soccer players affected by new Academy rule

    Around 30 or more girls in the Ventura County are no longer allowed to play high school soccer. Players in the U.S. Development Academy, a...

  • Schools and students react to fires

    School was canceled for Dec. 6 due to the rapidly spreading fires in Ventura and Los Angeles county. In an message sent out to all families...

  • Multilingual students enjoy multiple benefits

    At home, he speaks Swedish and Persian. At school, he learns English and French. Juggling multiple languages is hard, but there are students who do...

  • Teaching special needs is her specialty

      Music can be heard coming out of E-5, as students in the classroom dance around to songs like “Cha Cha Slide.” Jillian Ackerman, a...

  • Chilled to the bone

    Blood-curling screams rang through the air as they walked through the dark and foreboding attraction. The group huddled in a tight circle in hopes of...

  • Embrace your Halloween spirit

    People set out jack-o-lanterns to fend off ghosts. Starbucks is selling their famous Pumpkin Spice Latte. It’s that time of year again– Halloween! With Halloween...

  • Is getting ahead in school worth it?

    Addressing the issue   SAT. ACT.  AP. IB. While these abbreviations sound foreign to those outside school, what they mean for the future of the...