Comic Cosplay

Blanca Orozco, staff writer
May 28, 2015
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You might want to lay off the junk food if you want to fit in that costume for Comic-Con. It’s a great tradition for many people. The first “Mini-Con” here in the city of San Diego started in 1970 when Shel Dorf, Ken Krueger, and Richard Alf put it together. The first few conventions were held...

Controversial Border Crossing

Isabella Peterson, staff writer
May 28, 2015
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In 2010 the government estimated that California was home to about 2.6 million illegal immigrants. 23 percent of immigrants in the United States live in California. Many people have their own idea of what is the right thing to do about undocumented immigrants. The Center for the People and the...

Avengers 2

Jillian Martens, staff writer
May 27, 2015
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The Avengers are back in action in Avengers 2: Age of Ultron. Marvel has plans to release movies for the next few years, but this one seems to be the movie that everyone is talking about. The first Avengers movie left us with the team going their separate ways. Thor took Loki back to Asgard to be...

2015’s Fun-Filled Faire

Jillian Martens, staff writer
May 27, 2015
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World Faire, a SDHS exclusive jamboree, kicked off with fantastic music, delicious foods provided by different restaurants, and lots of fun interactive activities for students. This event was sponsored by Takis, the tasty mini-rolled corn tortilla chips that many teenagers enjoy. There was a booth...

“Television Show of The Week”

Estephany MoraleS, staff writer
May 27, 2015
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Let’s talk about Bates motel and let’s give a round of applause to A&E for recreating the best characters since Alfred Hitchcock’s 1960’ Psycho. Bates Motel is an American drama thriller television series that has the power to keep your eyes glued to the screen and have you tossing and...

Cat Café Open! Visit It Meow!

Estephany Morales, staff writer
May 26, 2015
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Most people enjoy their “cup o’ Joe” with a simple bit of sugar and crème but a whole new trend is settling in San Diego, enjoy your coffee with a cat at a local coffee shop. Make it a Catachino. Proprietor Tony Wang opened up a coffee shop where you can relax, buy a drink, and maybe a cat to...

Pizza Fridays!!

Jay Martens, staff writer, A & E
April 7, 2015
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Are you tired of school food? Do you feel like a change is needed? Good news is coming your way! Starting on April 1, every Friday will be known as Pizza Friday. The school lunch carts will serve different types of pizza such as pepperoni, sausage, and other toppings each Friday. To decide on which...

Growing Up Kardashian

Izzy Rose, staff writer, A & E
March 26, 2015
Filed under A&E, Student Life

The beautiful Kim Kardashian from the very well-known reality show, Keeping Up With The Kardashians, will be visiting San Diego High School to speak to the school of arts on the first of April. The purpose of Miss Kardashian’s visit is to inspire the school of arts to do their best and keep the...

Change is Happening at Arts

Blanca Orozco, staff writer, student life/A & E
March 26, 2015
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Do you have what it takes to be a part of MVPA? Starting on the first of April all students will have to audition to get into the school of performing arts. It’s now concentrating on the student’s special talents and what they can bring to the school. Talents such as singing, acting, dancing, or...

Need a Lawyer?

Jillian "Jay" Martens, section writer
February 11, 2015
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“Better Call Saul” is not only a clever title of a spin-off to the popular series “Breaking Bad” but it's going to attract the old and possibly new fans of the series. Saul Goodman gets himself in a lot of odd situations, but he tries to lighten the mood which makes it humorous to the audience. This...

Star of the Cult Classic The Birds Passes Away

The Masked Journalist, writer
January 9, 2015
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Rod Taylor, starred in the science fiction cult classic ‘The Time Machine’ and later in Sir Alfred Hitchcocks ‘The Birds’ died Wednesday of a heart attack. Decades later in his last memorable role Taylor appeared in Quentin Tarantino’s Inglourious Basterds portraying Winston Churchill in the...

Big Hero 6

Sajed Lacey, section editor
January 2, 2015
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Saving the day is on a greater scale when it comes to Big Hero 6 Ever since Disney bought out Marvel Entertainment in August of 2009, they have had rights to put their label over superhero movies ranging from the Avengers, Thor, Superman, and Captain America according to Marvel.com. Disney seem...

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