Faculty adjusts to virtual teaching

By Chloe Morales | Junior Editor With the coronavirus pushing the classroom into a virtual setting, the teachers and staff of Gabrielino High School have had to adjust to a new normal. For the first time, the high school is operating completely online.     To accommodate the change, students attend classes on a block schedule in … Continue reading Faculty adjusts to virtual teaching

Vital health care provider should not be defunded

By Emme Tran | Junior Editor    President Donald Trump’s promise to completely defund Planned Parenthood if re-elected on Nov. 3 should not be put into effect as it would negatively impact hundreds of thousands of low-income families in the United States. This action would prevent access to necessary health care and resources to millions of … Continue reading Vital health care provider should not be defunded

San Gabriel Unified prepares for possible reopening with ‘Return 2 Learn’ plan

By Halle Fukawa | Editor in Chief    During the week of Sept. 13, the San Gabriel Unified School District implemented the beginning of Phase 2 of the 2020-2021 SGUSD Safety and Return to Learn Plan. Despite the fluctuating numbers of infected Covid-19 patients in the Los Angeles area, SGUSD intends to move forward with the … Continue reading San Gabriel Unified prepares for possible reopening with ‘Return 2 Learn’ plan

Eagles Celebrate 26th Birthday

By Brian Ly | Staff Writer  On Sept. 8, teachers and students celebrated Gabrielino High School’s 26th anniversary.    A video created by the ASB, featuring numerous staff members and students, was released in celebration of the milestone. Newspaper clippings depicting the school’s history and development were also included in the video.    Gabrielino, currently one of … Continue reading Eagles Celebrate 26th Birthday

Not all heroes wear capes, some use protective gear

By Brittany Snow | Staff Writer Image by Josh Edelson/Getty Images    The past few months have been one of the most disastrous wildfire seasons in years, causing thousands of firefighters to be dispatched into the field. The majority work tirelessly with little resources and in the midst of great danger to their lives. Because of … Continue reading Not all heroes wear capes, some use protective gear

Virtual schedule hurts students and teachers

By Vanessa Wang | Junior Editor Image by Jordan Bissel    As a result of COVID-19, Gabrielino High School has started its 2020-2021 school year online. The Virtual Academy is a rotating block schedule of three classes per day, 90-minutes each. This schedule is disadvantageous for both Gabrielino students and teachers because the classes are too … Continue reading Virtual schedule hurts students and teachers

Virtually, a typical day for a freshman

By Jolin Hoang | Staff Writer Finally promoted from middle school, eighth-graders get to experience a new environment once they reach high school. Kyla Penamante is among the many ninth-graders who are attending Gabrielino High School for the first time. But unlike previous freshmen, she is not going to experience a traditional first year. With … Continue reading Virtually, a typical day for a freshman

Typical day in Virtual Academy: senior edition

By Ashley Voong | Staff Writer No Homecoming Dance. No Senior Parade. No sports season.     Senior year has definitely been like no other. This first semester has been entirely transformed to virtual learning and who knows what will happen next semester. For now, the Virtual Academy is something I am adjusting to, as well as … Continue reading Typical day in Virtual Academy: senior edition

Chadwick Boseman’s impact as King T’Challa will last for generations to come

By Sophia Pu | Staff Writer   Image by IMDb    On Aug. 28, the world was shocked to hear that Chadwick Boseman, the actor that played King T’Challa in Marvel’s “Black Panther,” had died.    In the family’s announcement on Twitter, it was revealed that he died of stage four colon cancer. None of the people … Continue reading Chadwick Boseman’s impact as King T’Challa will last for generations to come