Education

Finding purpose

Finding purpose

HEY! Stop what you’re doing. What? Were you expecting a great introduction? Nah, let’s get this straight. East L.A. is considered home to most people here, and one of those people is me. There might be some flaws in East L.A. but the culture, the people, and the way...

A class of dancing robots

A class of dancing robots

Students at Daniel Pearl Magnet High School are creating the next generation of robots. Check out the type of robots that are being created: [protected-iframe id="d335c8baf5244597c5fe3dba0e416eba-83826907-96270335" info="https://player.vimeo.com/video/161976627"...

LAW Club: Ladies and gents welcome

LAW Club: Ladies and gents welcome

Ladies Are of Worth, or LAW, was founded in 2013 by senior Alanna Bledman in order to create a safe space for girls and boys alike to discuss aspects of the patriarchy that affect both genders, in addition to important current events. Meetings are held during lunch...

How young is too young for electronics?

How young is too young for electronics?

As technology advances, we see more and more children using electronic devices such as iPhones or tablets at a younger age, many as early as age two. While most use them for games, it is not uncommon for a toddler to know how to operate an iPhone or send out a tweet...

Warriors win regional Science Olympiad

Warriors win regional Science Olympiad

West Torrance High's Science Olympiad team won first place overall at Regionals held at Antelope Valley College in February, and will be advancing to State, which will be held at the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena. West High's Science Olympiad team was...

Why technology isn’t to blame

Why technology isn’t to blame

The pen is mightier than the sword, evidently. However, us humans are constantly expanding our wants to the newest, most groundbreaking innovations. How, as a society that is constantly allured by the romantic appeal of new devices, have we never come to ask, “what is...