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 Alex Ayed ‘25 (top) snaps a shot using his green disposable camera. After he gets the pictures developed, he will have photos with a unique, “vintage” look that the camera encapsulates. Jamie Quenqua ‘25 (bottom) takes a quick photo with her digital camera. She can download the photos onto her phone to save the memories forever.

Alternate camera forms make comeback

April 22, 2024

  Trends rule mass media, and the world’s fascination with past popularities coming back into style will always be a trend.  One of the biggest comebacks in 2024 is the rise of alternate...

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Lucas Van Parys, Photo Editor December 9, 2022

From the 1920s onward, the Disney corporation strived to make child–friendly content for the masses. Though, as the company progressed, it acquired many other companies with different visions, so Disney...

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Shane Douglas, Sports Section Editor December 9, 2022

Stormtroopers always miss their targets. Dating back to the original trilogy to the more recent Star Wars films, these bucket heads can’t aim. With the release of The Mandalorian in 2019, a pair of...

Honoring David Blakes memory

Honoring David Blake’s memory

Alyssa Joo, A&E Section Editor, Co-Web-Editor November 17, 2022

David Blake passed away on Nov. 1. He was the band director at Los Cerritos Middle School and taught many members of the WHS band program. “[He was] one of the most passionate people I knew, who cared...

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