The popular HBO show “Euphoria” has garnered a lot of attention on TikTok and among Gen Z viewers, but the series’ mature content may be too much for the average teen to live up to. Nonetheless, viewers should proceed with caution, and watch when — or if — they are ready.
Superbad or super funny? First-year Baran Erim’s favorite movie is both.
Photo courtesy of Gretchen Batcheller (top left) Painting has always been a major part of Art Professor Gretchen Batcheller’s life. She said it was a way to connect with family — especially her grandmother who taught art classes for adults in her studio — and a place to ground herself. “I painted one of my […]
The success of local powerhouses Mater Dei and St. John Bosco raises ethical questions behind recruiting and what it’s doing to high school sports as a whole.
Lowering the price of college requires fixing high schools and addressing back the root causes of rising costs.
Pepperdine’s drop in rankings is a result of changes to ranking criteria from U.S. News.
The beginning of the school year often brings love life woes to the front of one’s mind, but be sure to take time to love yourself.
“Love, Simon” paves the way for mainstream movies with more inclusion.
Photos by Chad Jimenez “A big inspirational figure for me was my coach in high school. I ran cross country and track and he played a really big role in our lives. I’m a senior right now and after I graduate I’m going to go work for a year as a physical therapist aid and […]
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