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Bianca Rodriguez-Holiday: La Serna Student by Day, Cosplayer by Night

Alexis Heard, Contributor

November 27, 2018

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Bianca Rodriguez-Holiday: La Serna Student by day cosplayer by night By Alexis Heard Bianca Rodriguez-Holiday is a normal La Serna Lancer who enjoys art, spending time with her friends and bringing fictional characters to ...

What has Caused a Decline in Student Drivers?

Joyce Lee, Contributor

October 8, 2018

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The 2018-2019 school year has seen a decline in students. According to La Serna's Registrar Martha Vasquez,  this school's enrollment has dropped significantly; in 2015-2016 there was 691 seniors, in 2016-2017,  628 seniors...

Freshmen Firsts

Katie Gonzales, Contributor

October 8, 2018

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Freshmen at La Serna have to grow accustomed to a new campus, new teachers, and a whole new environment. It’s been almost nine weeks since school started, and we finally seem to be getting used to the school. These new st...

Seniors Have a Sensational Summer

Sarah Rodriguez, Contributor

September 10, 2018

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For Lancers, summer is over and school is back. What did La Serna seniors do to make the most of their summer? A survey of students show a variety of trips, events, and activities. Dana Chin: “I went to a Niall Horan conce...

To Freshmen: Advice From Upperclassmen

Kathryn Salazar, Contributor

August 22, 2018

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Entering high school seems like a scary thing. As a freshman, there are many things I wish I knew that could have made my first year easier, such as, don't be afraid to make new friends! My closest friends that I have now I ...

Murals Around La Serna Campus Bring Visual Enjoyment to Many

Kathryn Salazar, Contributor

June 8, 2018

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As you walk around campus, you may have noticed the art created on 2 x 6 inch ceramic tiles in the brickwork at the end of buildings. These murals were started 2016 by art teacher Ms. Stephanie White. The art itself is done...

An Interview with a King

Casey Rojas, Columnist

May 23, 2018

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An interview with Ronan Walsh, playing King Lear in this year's Shakespearean production What is the most difficult part about doing a Shakespearean play? The language is just so beautiful, but it's so hard to memorize I have...

The Distinction Between the ACT and SAT: Which is Better?

Rose, Columnist

May 22, 2018

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Extreme stress, dread, anxiety, lack of interest and fatigue are consequences of a student’s final years of high school. Test after test, project after project, senior-itis isn’t an option for any overachievers who have been...

Teachers like dogs, too! (Who knew?)

Sarah Rodriguez

May 11, 2018

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Teachers are not so different from you or I. This may not be apparent from what we know of them in a classroom environment, but you may be surprised to find that they can be very similar to their students and find joy in the sa...

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