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Roman Arcos

Roman Arcos, Social Media Manager/Staff Writer

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My favorite high school memory was definitely my entire senior year, although it was cut short. Waking up at 5am everyday, taking the bus down Fairview to be on time for ASB, walking into my Journalism class, etc… Photography played a big role in my senior year, being ASB Historian and Social Media Manager for Grizzly Gazette. Although these memories seem very plain, they hold the most value to me. Waking up everyday at 5 a.m. made me work harder than ever, and I realized my worth along the way. My friendships were the best they have ever been and I felt my best.

[Photo] Male Athlete of the Year was a Triple Threat

May 25, 2020

My favorite high school memory was definitely my entire senior year, although it was cut short. Waking up at 5am everyday, taking the bus down Fairview to be on time for ASB, walking into my Journalism...

Isaiah Tapia #15, focused on defense.

Boy’s Basketball: Isaiah Tapia

February 18, 2020

With a strong start to the 2019-2020 basketball season, Senior, Isaiah Tapia is ready to face challenges.  "The moment you give up is the moment when you let someone else win" Isaiah Tapia has...

Daniel Tena helps students with homework during his first period AVID class.

[Photo] Teacher Spotlight: Daniel Tena

February 14, 2020

Daniel Tena helps students with homework during his first period AVID class.

Kobe Bryant coaching his Mamba Academy team at Hope University in Fullerton. Photo taken March 31, 2019 at 9:22 a.m.

Losing Kobe Bryant isn’t just about Basketball

February 13, 2020

Kobe Bryant looks at the ref and calls a time out. As he calls in his team and grabs his clipboard, click, I take the photo. I took this photo during my sister's morning basketball game last March....

Two of our journalism students, Jonathan Uriostegui (left) and Editor-in-Chief Ashley Ortega (right), hope to stay awake after the new later start times commence. Photo taken Jan. 22, 2020 in the Wellness Center at 8:53 a.m.

[Photo] California Students Get Ready to Sleep in Due to Later Start Times

January 21, 2020

Two of our journalism students, Jonathan Uriostegui (left) and Editor-in-Chief Ashley Ortega (right), hope to stay awake after the new later start times commence. Photo taken Jan. 22, 2020 in the Wellness...

Junior Jazzelyn Rodriguez said, Im going to Utah to spend time with my family and my cousins and walk around the city and see the Christmas lights. On Christmas Day, I will be eating tamales and opening presents. My cousins birthday falls on the same weekend so we will celebrate that too. Photo taken Dec. 11, 2019 at 8:37 a.m.

[Photo] Time with Family in Utah

December 13, 2019

Junior Jazzelyn Rodriguez said, "I'm going to Utah to spend time with my family and my cousins and walk around the city and see the Christmas lights. On Christmas Day, I will be eating tamales and opening...

Varsity football walks onto the field at Glover Stadium in Anaheim on Fri., Aug. 22, 2019.

[Photo] Recognition for all Grizzlies

November 20, 2019

Varsity football walks onto the field at Glover Stadium in Anaheim on Fri., Aug. 22, 2019.

Winners of the senior homecoming court Christopher Mejia and Yazmin Almanaza stand in front of the stage during the halftime show of the football game.

[Photo] A Memory-Making Weekend

November 8, 2019

Winners of the senior homecoming court Christopher Mejia and Yazmin Almanaza stand in front of the stage during the halftime show of the football game.

[Video] Conquering your Senior Year

October 8, 2019

When you start high school, you look forward to senior year. Now that senior year has arrived, it is going to go quick. Senior year is mostly prioritized around the involvement of prom, the thrill of...

Christopher Mendoza (left), Reyna Grande (middle), and Juliana Recinos (right) are seen taking a photo with the schoolwide reading poster for “The Distance Between Us” in the background.

[Photo] Author Reyna Grande shortens the “Distance Between Us” as she visits Godinez

September 20, 2019

Christopher Mendoza (left), Reyna Grande (middle), and Juliana Recinos (right) are seen taking a photo with the schoolwide reading poster for “The Distance Between Us” in the background.

Jose Torres, number 22, and number 59, Jonathon Ramirez putting pressure on the defense during the Magnolia Game On a Friday night.  Pc: @romvnshoots

[Photo] Jonathan Ramirez Wasn’t the Same Without his Team

September 14, 2019

Jose Torres, number 22, and number 59, Jonathon Ramirez putting pressure on the defense during the Magnolia Game On a Friday night. Pc: @romvnshoots

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