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The Pearl Post

The student news site of Daniel Pearl Magnet High School in Lake Balboa, CA

The student news site of Daniel Pearl Magnet High School in Lake Balboa, CA

The Pearl Post

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Students react to potential ban of popular color-dyed snacks

In this episode of Room 22 podcast, co-hosts Rikka Dimalanta and Jenny Marquez interview students about their thoughts on California Assembly Bill 2316, which might ban snacks with colored food dyes from being sold in state public schools if it is passed. Listen as students share their opinions about this potential ban, as well as some of their concerns about the consumption of artificial dyes. 

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Rikka Dimalanta
Rikka Dimalanta, Online Editor-in-Chief
Rikka Dimalanta is in her third and final year on staff, this time as the Online Editor-in-Chief. In addition to working for The Pearl Post, she is a performer and director for the school band. She hopes to build a future in music, which is one of the things she is most passionate about. She is also looking forward to having an unforgettable senior year with her friends.
Jenny Marquez
Jenny Marquez, Social Media Editor
Jenny Marquez is this year’s Social Media Editor for The Pearl Post. This is her first year on staff and she’s beyond thrilled to see what awaits her this year. At school, she serves as the Secretary of the Class of 2026. She hopes to improve her journalism skills such as writing and photography this year. She loves listening to music and hanging out with her friends.
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