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Sexism is still a problem for women and girls

Meagan Ford

December 16, 2014

Filed under Special Reports

Ten hours of walking in jeans and a t­-shirt, no skin showing aside from arms, neck and face. And over 100 times, Shoshana B. Roberts faced comments like “What’s up beautiful,” “How you doing,” and “Hey...

He said: Views on feminism

He said: Views on feminism

December 11, 2014

She said: Views on Feminism

She said: Views on Feminism

December 11, 2014

How to Help: 5 Tips for Conserving Water

Kyrah Hunter

November 5, 2014

Filed under Special Reports

You hear about it all the time. On billboards, on the television and on the radio. The California drought. Here are a few tips that could easily fit into your day to conserve more water: 1. When taking showers tr...

District implements new procedures to combat drought

Meagan Ford

November 5, 2014

Filed under Showcase, Special Reports

Conserving water isn't something you do at home. Students and school officials can save water while on campus, too. The Los Angeles Unified School District began measures to combat the ongoing state drought on April 8, acco...

Record drought takes hold of state

Tahra Hunter

November 5, 2014

Filed under Special Reports

 Like it or not, senior Imani Brown has had to adjust her lifestyle due to the state’s drought. “It has because my dad makes me take shorter showers and we don’t use the dish-washer,” Brown said. The dr...

Depression takes a toll on teenagers

Elsy Barcelo

October 3, 2014

Filed under Special Reports

Sadness, irritability and withdrawal are things most teenagers feel on occasion. However, these feelings could suggest something much deeper. Feelings of loneliness is thought of as normal during teenage years, so Emma,whose na...

Phoneline geared towards helping teens in need

Jonathan Moreno

October 3, 2014

Filed under Special Reports

When a teen has a problem or just needs to talk, they can turn to Teen Line, a confidential telephone helpline and communicate with specially trained teen volunteers. Teen Line operates within the bounds of Los Angeles,...

Teenagers face high unemployment rates while looking for jobs

Elsy Barcelo

May 30, 2014

Filed under News, Special Reports

Being independent in terms of money is difficult for teens. Finding jobs and managing time makes it even harder for teens to earn money. Teens who do have jobs during high school are usually hired by family or friends or end up ...

Increasing minimum wage would boost local economy

Dianne Villalta

May 30, 2014

Filed under Special Reports

Since January, California became one of the states with a higher minimum-wage, offering employees $8 an hour. But as of July 1, the minimum wage will be raised to $9 an hour. Then on Jan. 1, 2016, California plans to raise...

First-hand look at difficulties in getting a driver’s license

Ilana Gale

April 9, 2014

Filed under Special Reports

Learning how to drive has been an exciting experience for me but it has also proven to be a little challenging. Over the summer, I signed up for an online course. I took a series of quizzes, then I had to take a final assessment....

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