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An Interview with a King

Casey Rojas, Columnist

May 23, 2018

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

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

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...

AP Exams: Don’t Stress!

Dana Chin, Contributor

April 11, 2018

It's that time of the year again. The frantic flipping of book pages, the smell of pen ink, and the feeling of inevitable doom are commonly associated with AP exam preparation. For those who will not be taking exams this year, ...

What are today’s sophomores into?

Jane Wantland, Features Editor

May 17, 2017

At this point in the school year, many sophomores are getting ready to present their interesting topics of choice to their classes, as their sophomore project. The sophomore project is a research project that allows students to...

Distinguished DeSimone values the power of reading

Lucy Adame, Editor-in-Chief

March 23, 2017

Shelly DeSimone is a definite jewel of La Serna High school. Distinguished and kind, DeSimone helps students understand the complicated books they read, as well as helps to guide students to reach their goals of success in AP...

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