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Alondra Salgado

Alondra Salgado , Staff Writer/Broadcasting Manager

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 Picture of their milkshake station at Watson Soda Fountain and Cafe

Two Gals Eat: Watson’s Soda Fountain and Cafe is a trip to the 1950s with a 2019 Vibe

May 16, 2019

Watson’s Soda Fountain and Cafe is a local restaurant in old town Orange located in Orange circle. Many stores all around but Watsons stands out the most with its bright red neon lights that scream welcome....

Edwin Ruiz doing what he does the best, sleeping in class.

Senioritis affecting the race to Graduation

March 25, 2019

The time has come where Spring is in the air and so is Senioritis. Senioritis has affected seniors for as long as high school students have existed. Senioritis, a supposed affliction of students in their...

Ixcel Guzman standing outside Godinez Fundamental High School's gym on January 30, 2019.

Everybody Has a Story: Ixcel Guzman

January 31, 2019

Senior Ixcel Guzman dreams of going to medical school. Guzman is hard working, determined, and humorous. She has dedicated herself in and outside of school. “I am a young independent woman who wants...

A photo of a typical  bedroom in Santa Ana where three people sleep. Photo taken on Jan. 13, 2019.

No Child is Left Behind When it Comes to Housing Insecurity

January 18, 2019

From the editors and adviser: The Advanced Journalism staff while researching this story, decided to use our own newsroom to tell the story of a problem that is way too common on our campus and in our...

Senior Carlos Rivera, gets behind the wheel to head home in the Godinez parking structure on November 27, 2018.

Driving Towards a License

November 29, 2018

Getting a driver’s license can be nerve-wracking. The bittersweet moment has finally arrived for many Grizzlies as they begin to stress over the process of becoming a licensed driver. Provisional...

A 2018 Chevy Sonic at Guaranty Chevrolet in Santa Ana.

Students with Perfect Attendance get a New Ride for School

October 1, 2018

Do you have perfect attendance? Then you automatically qualify for Guaranty Chevrolet's perfect attendance contest where you could win a car at the end of the school year. Many high school students...

Former and current Grizzlies gather on campus in the quad to remember Andrew Loera on Saturday, Aug. 25.

Losing One of Our Own: Andrew Loera

September 19, 2018

Many of our former and current grizzlies came to campus to remember his beautiful life with a moment of silence at a candlelight vigil on Saturday, August 25. On August 18, 2018, a Grizzly, Andrew Loera,...

Advanced journalism journalists who are graduating this year.

[Photo] Thanks for the Memories

May 20, 2018

Advanced journalism journalists who are graduating this year.

From left: Bryan Rivera, a senior, receives contraband from Steve Pineda in front of the school.

Off Campus Lunch Should Be a Senior Privilege

May 17, 2018

On May 2, 2018, at 8 a.m. Principal Jesse Church announced that students were no longer able to order food outside of school. Why shouldn’t students be allowed to order outside school? Different schools...

Mr. Marting promoting the upcoming playwright festival.

Grizzlies Roleplay in Playwright Festival

March 25, 2018

DRAMA. We know we try to avoid it, but the Godinez drama department is promoting  the playwright festival “The Way Things Go”, starring our drama students. What is the playwright festival? It’s...

Senior Faviola Alvarez performs in her last talent show at GFHS.

Grizzlies Shine at the Annual Talent Show

February 8, 2018

Every year the talent show sells out, and January 26 show was no exception. After attending the show, it was amazing to see how many of our fellow Grizzlies have incredible talent. Overall, all the...

Teacher Marlyn Desper listens to junior Sara Gonzalez heartbeat.

Medical Core Classes Today bring Possible Medical Careers Tomorrow

December 17, 2017

A future in the medical field may begin as early as high school. Godinez is offering classes for students who wish to begin their education in the medical field. The class is taught by Marlyn Desper,...

Gun control has become an explosive issue in recent years.

Gun Control: The Issue We Can’t Ignore

November 19, 2017

What has our world come to? Las Vegas, Florida, San Bernardino and many more places have been affected by mass shootings. After the last massacre in Sutherland Springs,Texas and Las Vegas, Nevada, America...

As hurricanes thrash Florida and the Caribbean, some citizens have been resistant to evacuation.

To Evacuate, or Not To Evacuate, That is the Question

September 27, 2017

Why aren’t more people evacuating hurricanes such as Harvey, Jose and now, Maria ? You might be asking yourself the same question,¨ why are people still staying?¨Sadly ,we have lost many lives during...

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GFHS Students Left Worried in the Wake of Hurricane Harvey

September 7, 2017

News organizations and social media have been taken over by coverage of Hurricane Harvey, a natural disaster that has affected residents of Houston. The Category 4 hurricane caused severe flooding, forcing...

New Books You Should Know About

New Books You Should Know About

February 26, 2017

On a cold rainy February day, if you want to cuddle up in a blanket and read extraordinary novels, here are six outstanding novels in honor of Black History Month for your enjoyment.   “The...

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