Reviews

Natsume Yuujinchou: Demon names from the past

March 21, 2017

By Zayalize Garcia `17 “Natsume Yuujinchou” is an amazing show to watch and you can genuinely connect with the characters. The art and animation is fabulous and remarkable. The voice of the actors fit perfectly […]

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Autodesk Sketchbook:a Digital Drawing Realm

March 21, 2017

By Alondra Obispo ’17 Are you an artist? Do you want to try out a new different medium to experiment with? Well, say no more! Autodesk Sketchbook is the app is for you. It’s worth […]

Reviews

Spotify: A Free Music Experience

March 21, 2017

By Joe Salgado ’19 Spotify is a free music app with over millions of songs to listen to. Spotify is free with all types of genres of music for everyone to enjoy! Spotify is very […]

Restaurants

El Cubanito: A new style of Cuban food

March 21, 2017

By Jocelyn Delgado’19 El Cubanito is a Cuban restaurant that has a wide selection of appetizing food, it has a renovated space, and respectful service. El Cubanito is located in the Logan Square area, which […]

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ICE raids increase and the people panic

March 21, 2017

  By Lizbeth Marquez ’17 With the start of Trump’s presidency, reports of raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, also known as ICE, increased through the month of February. ICE raids have been going on […]

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Feminist club: Smash the Patriarchy

March 21, 2017

By Barbara Garcia ’18 A Feminist, a person advocating social, political, legal, and economic rights for women equal to those of men and not man hating women. This is why Ximena Flores, a sophomore, created […]

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Snapchat: A worldwide app that no one can resist

March 21, 2017

By Marisol Rivera’19 Snapchat is a worldwide app that many adults and teenagers use. The app consists of many fun-filled filters, a fleet way to communicate with friends or family, and great for sending private […]

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