Opinion

Fifteen: Thoughts From a Teen Who Has Barely Lived

Fifteen: Thoughts From a Teen Who Has Barely Lived

Fifteen-years-old is an uncomfortable age. It is the golden era of raging teenage hormones, cluelessness of your peers, and superficial knowledge for the sake of an advanced placement class. Education and life itself always seem like a lie, or so says the existential...

Poem: The city of freedom

Poem: The city of freedom

This is L.A. The city of great people laughing everyday My city a place of freedom Walking through parks hearing the churro guy Going to pools in summer hearing other people playing Marco polo Having the temptation as well to play Marco polo My city of where everyday...

Poem: This is my city, this is L.A.

Poem: This is my city, this is L.A.

I remember the dazzling lights in the cold chilly night The gleams of white and yellow lights bellow the tippy top of hazard hill You can smell the sweet scent of churros when the flamboyant street vendor goes by You can smell the rich history of the buildings as you...

Ramirez Meat Market

Ramirez Meat Market

East L.A. is not only an amazing city that is rich in culture, but also one that has many landmarks and celebrities many people don’t acknowledge. People who don’t live in East L.A. assume that there’s nothing special about it. I’ve never lived in East L.A., but I’ve...

The Latino Walk Of Fame

The Latino Walk Of Fame

It was a sunny day. The temperature was pleasant to go out and spend time outside. I decided to go to Whittier Boulevard because I heard about the Latino Walk of Fame. Many people from the Eastside know it. I was curious how it looked. It was my first time walking...