El Nino’s Coming, We Should All Be Ready

El Nino’s Coming, We Should All Be Ready

Jack Freeman, Sports Editor

November 16, 2015


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

El Nino is very much real and it is coming very soon. I think it is a great idea that many people in California are trying to prepare for the upcoming rains and are trying to find ways to store the water and preserve it once it starts coming down. Saving the water that we will get from El Nino would...

American Dentist and the Big Game Hunt

American Dentist and the Big Game Hunt

Maariyah Ford, Opinion Editor

October 26, 2015


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Just recently, during this last summer, an American dentist named Dr. Walter Palmer paid $1 million to fly to Zimbabwe and hunt down a lion for his own sick entertainment. The lion that he killed turned out to be Cecil, a world-famous lion that everybody loved and cherished. Late one night, Palmer crossed...

The Power of Youtube

The Power of Youtube

Nina Hovanesian, Staff Reporter

October 22, 2015


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion, Showcase

    YouTube, an internet buff’s wonderland. If you aren't familiar with the popular website, YouTube is an huge collection of videos, whether it be comedic videos, informational videos, or a collection of “ Do it Yourself” videos. Any person from any background or age can search and access th...

McDonald’s 24 hour breakfast

McDonald’s 24 hour breakfast

Kristine Medina, Student Life Editor

October 12, 2015


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

McDonald's lovers are raging with excitement as they have been informed that they no longer have to rush to make the breakfast deadline at 10:30 a.m.! McDonald's has announced what all of us breakfast fans have been waiting for... 24 hour breakfast! This new all-day breakfast menu will be nationwide...

The 2016 Presidential Elections and how it’s made Americans feel : “I’m moving to Canada!”

The 2016 Presidential Elections and how it’s made Americans feel : “I’m moving to Canada!”

Nina Hovanesian, Staff Reporter

October 12, 2015


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Whether you are a Democrat, Republican or belonging to any other political party, there is no denying that the 2016 Presidential Elections are making you think a bit more about who you will be voting for president this year. From Donald Trump’s blatantly racist comments on undocumented immigrants to...

Controversial Donald Trump

Controversial Donald Trump

Samuel Gerstein and Ranulfo Martinez

October 9, 2015


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

From the set of reality TV to the White House? This upcoming Presidential election will  go down as one of the most exciting elections in American history, with the explosive Republican candidate Donald Trump in the running. In his campaign, Trump has managed to stir up a ton of controversy, as was...

Police Brutality: Criminals with Authority?

Police Brutality:  Criminals with Authority?

Brayan Tenas, Staff Reporter

September 28, 2015


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

  To serve and protect or to hurt and kill? These are questions many people are asking themselves nowadays as every day we hear about more and more incidents of police brutality. Most of these cases involve police acting disorderly and abusing their power while doing ridiculous things and also...

We are to Blame for Beach Pollution

We are to Blame for Beach Pollution

Joselyn Argueta, Creative Arts Editor

September 28, 2015


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Do you like going to the beach with the nice ocean breeze going through your hair? Seeing families bonding and having a great time relaxing?But then one day, this vision is gone, and now the beach is full of trash . You can no longer go into the fresh water because you know what there: bacteria growing...

Anticipating Block Scheduling

Anticipating Block Scheduling

Jack Freeman, Staff Reporter

April 30, 2015


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

As we all know, block scheduling is going to be happening next school year, beginning in August.  I am excited for block scheduling and I will explain why. Block scheduling is going to be a good thing for BCCHS because it means that more people will graduate. It also gives people that will be seniors...

ISIS’s “Cleansing” of the Middle East

ISIS’s “Cleansing” of the Middle East

Zak Parchen, Staff Reporter

April 30, 2015


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

A new Islamic terror group has quickly made its name well-known throughout the world, ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Levant).  This infamous militia of marauders force the people they hold dominion over to follow their strict Sunni code or are forced from the land or are brutally murdered. ISIS...

Becoming Vegetarian: Life after Meat

Becoming Vegetarian: Life after Meat

Alexa Muro, Staff Reporter

March 26, 2015


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Many people want to join the vegetarian community but don't exactly know where to start. First off, you want to ask yourself if this is the lifestyle you truly want to pursue. People who are not fully committed don't stick with it. People get caught up. If you are determined to follow this journey then...

The Ukrainian Crisis and Who is Right

The Ukrainian Crisis and Who is Right

Zak Parchen, Staff Reporter

March 2, 2015


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

It has been many years since a nation has expanded its borders, but that is likely to change with the emergence of the Ukrainian Crisis.  Vast disagreements from both the Western World along with Ukraine and the secessionist rebels backed by Russia over the crisis are becoming the center of current...

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