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Jacqueline Ramirez

Jacqueline Ramirez, Staff Writer

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A group of people check out a street vendor on 4th Street with a sign, that serves as a reminder that businesses are open. Photo taken on May 7, 2022.

Fourth Street Construction Disrupts Business Owners Livelihoods

May 19, 2022

Santa Ana’s Fourth Street is no longer filled with eager customers or bustling Latino-owned businesses. Instead, there is a restricted construction zone and dust.  The Orange County Transportation...

All of our graduating seniors from the newsroom and their plans after graduation. From left, top row: Christo Hernandez (USC), Gabriel Salinas (OCC), Antonio Heras (OCC), Johanna Canal (OCC), Yulisa Rodriguez (OCC), Angel Arias (OCC), Diego Gomez (OCC), David Santos (FCC), Anthony Olarra (SAC), and Vanessa Flores (Vanguard). From right, bottom row: Kylie Mayo (CSUF), Wendy Rodriguez (UCLA), Diana Carino Lucero (UC Berkeley), Isabella Nevarez (UCI), and Aisa Chavez (CSULB).

[Photo] Seniors Take a Big Step Towards Their Future

May 1, 2022

All of our graduating seniors from the newsroom and their plans after graduation. From left, top row: Christo Hernandez (USC), Gabriel Salinas (OCC), Antonio Heras (OCC), Johanna Canal (OCC), Yulisa Rodriguez...

A discarded blue mask outside of Godinez Fundamental High School campus. Photo taken on March 16, 2022.

Bring the Mask Mandate Back

March 23, 2022

On March 7, 2022, Superintendent Jerry Almendarez announced that on March 14, 2022, the mask mandate will go from required to highly recommended for staff, students, and community members in the Santa...

Richard Marting standing in Antarctica with penguins behind him and a poster signed by his drama and AVID students.

Staff Spotlight: Richard Marting

January 24, 2022

Drama director, Richard Marting, had a once in a lifetime opportunity to travel to Antarctica over winter break.  Marting has been at Godinez since the school's opening. Besides being the head of the...

From left to right, Victoria Gonzalez, Keeshae Jacobs, and Daniel Robinson, all three are missing minorities. All did not manage to gather the attention of the nation like Gabby Petito.

Minorities Go Missing and No One Cares

November 29, 2021

Take a look in the mirror. Are you white, have blonde hair, or blue eyes? If not, you will not be seen by the media if something terrible happens to you.  The Gabrielle ‘Gabby’ Petito case is the...

Drama students rehearse in the Godinez theatre for the fall play. Photo taken October 6, 2021.

The Godinez Fall Play is Back in the Theater

October 15, 2021

Halloween is approaching and a spooky way to get into the spirit is with the upcoming Godinez Fundamental High School's fall play.  The play, "The Best Haunted House Ever," will be at the Godinez theatre...

Freshman, Kineret Isidro, believes that the school wide COVID testing was for the most part, fine. However, she added that, those in charge should not be mass-tested at schools yet and testing should have started somewhere else.

[Photo] District Wide COVID-19 Testing Starts at Godinez

September 28, 2021

Freshman, Kineret Isidro, believes that the school wide COVID testing was "for the most part, fine." However, she added that, "those in charge should not be mass-tested at schools yet and testing should...

3rd Place Prose: Seven Years

February 14, 2021

Tick, tock. A single droplet falls from the white window still. One single dry branch falls off a tree; eggs in a nest crash upon landing on the white snow, red goo painting it. The grey clouds were...

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