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8th Grade Museums

The Westridge 8th grade class recently designed four different museums based on different events in history. Each block focused on one museum. They presented in different ways based on the class’s choice of presentation. Here is what went on inside each one.   McCarthy Museum:  Reign of Terror Have you ever wondered about the lingering

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Retreat: Is It Necessary?

By Isabella Welling On October 5, I woke up ready for the thrill of an exciting and bug-free retreat. Just kidding, I knew that when I woke up that early Thursday morning, I was ready to go back to sleep and I didn’t want to face the bumpy and uncomfortable bus ride to Simi Valley. Am

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The High School Bucket List

By Jacqueline Yipp Life is pretty short, if you think about it. I mean, we have less than a hundred years to do anything our hearts desire, which if you ask me, doesn’t seem like it’s a lot of time. And I have a lot of things I want to accomplish. After all, the world

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All These Sleepless Nights Review

By Jane Avery When scrolling through your suggested films, tv shows, and documentaries on Netflix to find something to watch, it can get pretty overwhelming. Do I want this experience to evoke gut crushing laughter or a tragic meltdown of mascara-tainted tears? Do I want to gain a novel and profoundly heartbreaking devotion to destroying

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The Last Bookstore

    By Maddy Kirschenbaum Looking for a place to hang out in LA with your friends that’s fun and affordable? I’ve got the place for you!  One of Los Angeles’ hidden treasures is The Last Bookstore.  Located on the corner of 5th and Spring, only blocks away from Kazu Nori (hand roll sushi bar),

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Fall Playlist

By Siena Giljum It’s the most wonderful time of the year! We’re back to hitting the books, regretting warm outfit choices by the afternoon, seeking any and all air conditioned refuge, and counting the days until the next holiday. What, that doesn’t sound like an autumnal paradise to you?   Unfortunately the fall solstice is

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