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Even while school is remote and people stay at home, participating seniors are still actively seeking out their targets.

Even in a pandemic, Assassins lives on

Seniors' annual Nerf gun game creates a feeling of normalcy
Josh Nichols, News Lite Editor March 11, 2021

During this nightmare of a past year, normalcy has been rewritten. But as I sat in the back parking lot of our school at 5:30 p.m. on a Tuesday, watching my fellow classmates aggressively maneuver their...

WARNING: Gorilla Glue is not a haircare product. It's called glue for a reason.

Gorilla Glue girl becomes a trailblazer in the super glue franchise

Andrew Ma, Staff Writer March 11, 2021

Some things just stick. A nickname that rolls off the tongue, a catchy song, or even that ancient piece of gum living under your desk. For Louisiana woman Tessica Brown, it would be the Gorilla Glue...

As always, 2021’s Super Bowl event provided its viewers with a series of engaging and iconic commercials.

Top 20 commercials from the Super Bowl LV

Nimisa Panda, Staff Writer March 2, 2021

The last year has been a series of firsts: first year of worldwide lockdowns, first year of online schooling, first year of not being able to see friends, and first year of a Super Bowl without a packed...

Classes online have given students plenty of opportunities to multitask.

Multitasking, but online school edition

From dentist appointments to honing culinary skills, students are finding other activities to keep them busy during class
Sami Tripasuri, Staff Writer February 3, 2021

Buzz, buzz. You hear the revolting noise of your alarm clock. The snooze button has never looked prettier, but you can’t miss school. Right? Considering the circumstances of the world, everything...

It's only January, but 2021 is already going off the rails.

In just one month, 2021 is already off to a rough start

Wyatt Golla, Staff Writer February 3, 2021

Just when we thought that we were done with the 365-day long nightmare called 2020, 2021 comes round the corner and says, “Hold my age-appropriate beverage.” We acted so high and mighty near the...

With 2021 almost here, it's time to start thinking about making some New Year's Resolutions. Don't procrastinate. That's what we all did in 2020.

The year of procrastinating productivity is nearly over

So it's time to make New Year's Resolutions for what will hopefully be a better 2021
Saachi Sharma, Staff Writer December 16, 2020

This is it.  This is going to be your year. You already feel like a brand new person as the clock ticks down from 10...9...8… you can feel it.  Head brimming with the ambitious dreams...

Rudy Guiliani and his crew host a post-election press conference in front of the illustrious Four Seasons Total Landscaping.

Rudy Giuliani: From America’s mayor to national embarrassment

Trump’s personal attorney has seen his reputation take a graceless swan dive off a cliff over the past few years, and his most recent gaffes and failures are not helping
Brady Horton , Staff Writer December 16, 2020

On Sept. 11, 2001, New York City was ready to move on from Rudy Giuliani.  After two full terms as mayor, mixed results of combating crime with policies of broken windows policing, and overall growing...

From corny Hallmark movies to the obligation of buying gifts for friends, there is so much to hate about the festive time of the year.

Why I hate the holiday season

Sienna Morgan, Staff Writer December 16, 2020

As we all know, the holiday season has kicked into full gear. For most, this is a fun time to spend with family and friends (before COVID), but not for me. I hate the holiday season with a passion....

 Even in the midst of pandemic chaos, Florida men across the state have still found ways to keep the crazy energy going.

Even 2020 cannot stop Florida man’s antics

He has spent the craziest year transcending time and space itself, ascending to new heights of ridiculousness
Wyatt Golla, Staff Writer December 16, 2020

There are three inevitabilities in life: Death, taxes, and Florida man.  Praise be to Florida man. Granted, 2020 has been a rough year, that's for sure. Murder hornets, fire, plague, and a severe...

Opinions Editor Nick Harvey waits in the line to virtually meet with Santa Claus Saturday at the City Center. Kids of all ages were able to remotely engage with Santa, who appeared on a large, flatscreen TV. Mrs. Claus was there in person to help out.

Virtual visit to Santa leads to the question: Why aren’t we all getting immunity to COVID for Christmas?

St. Nick is hiding something and editor Nick Harvey is determined to get to the bottom of his big red bag
Nick Harvey December 11, 2020

Last year, I wrote for The Californian about my experience of visiting Santa at the ripe old age of 15. I thought my interaction with St. Nick had ceased at that point, with my Christmas experience forever...

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