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Senior Natalie Serrato repping UCLA at Senior Signing Day on May 17th, 2019 at 1:11 p.m.

First Generation Student chooses UCLA

May 27, 2019

Senior Natalie Serrato, will be part of the class of 2023 at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), one of the most prestigious universities in the country. High school comes at a price....

Laura Horta stares at the biggest time sucker in her life, her iPhone 8.

[Photo] I Gave Up My Phone for a Week

May 21, 2019

Laura Horta stares at the biggest time sucker in her life, her iPhone 8.

Godinez students wait patiently during 2nd lunch to use the only restroom that is available.

[Photo] Lock the Restrooms

March 26, 2019

Godinez students wait patiently during 2nd lunch to use the only restroom that is available.

Jordan Peele at the Screen Actors Guild In Los Angeles

2019 Is A Year To Celebrate Black Filmmakers

March 19, 2019

In an era where the film giants that come first to mind are the likes of Scorsese, Tarantino, and Kubrick, and so forth, black directors are left out of the spotlight despite their immense talent. During...

Green Book Theatrical Release Poster

“Green Book” Plays Into The Wrong Oscar-Winning Tropes

March 18, 2019

It’s a dark stormy night, a film school graduate reads the ingredients for a “Race-unifying film, fit for an Oscar or two.” It mixes in a white savior, a well-respected black actor, and a screenplay...

Photo of Steve Pineda's street. These homes were built after WW II in 1948 and many have not been updated. Photo taken on December 18, 2018.

[Photo] Renting Out Bedrooms Helps

January 18, 2019

Photo of Steve Pineda's street. These homes were built after WW II in 1948 and many have not been updated. Photo taken on December 18, 2018.

Our nation's Capitol Building in Washington D.C.

United States Government Shuts Down the Chance of Financial Stability for Federal Workers

January 30, 2019

Everyday in our Advanced Journalism class, we counted how many days the government was shutdown. On January 25th, the  shutdown was pronounced over, but is it? After 35 days this reopening is merely temporary,...

 (From left to right) Guitarist Chris Munoz, Guitarist and Singer Brandon Mazon,  Drummer Yoshi Garcia, Danny Rico, Irvin Martinez

A Taste of Santa Ana’s Music: Red Roulette

November 30, 2018

At face value, the culture of Santa Ana is formal, deeply rooted in the Hispanic foundations of its people. Red Roulette however, is a counterculture of the counterculture built up from  discrete 4th...

Senior Ky-anh  Ho searching up tutorials after his first look at TAG’s raspberry pi robots

Club Beat: TAG Club

October 1, 2018

As computers begin to boot up, STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics) lovers fill up Francene Beaman’s classroom. On Tuesdays and Thursdays for people part of the Technology Animation...

Just What I NEEDed or: How I Learned to Stop Caring and Love Social Media

Just What I NEEDed or: How I Learned to Stop Caring and Love Social Media

September 14, 2018

Materialistic. Toxic. Fake. The list goes on and on describing how bad social media is, so why even use it?  Is it all just a ruse to impress everybody around school? Even if it makes people miserable?...

One of the many construction sites around Centennial Park.

What’s all the Racket About? Orange County Water District Renovates Centennial Park

May 17, 2018

In Centennial Park, Grizzlies might have noticed all the fencing, giant cranes, and loud drilling sounds, but do they know what all this commotion is about? The Orange County Water District, the OC’s...

Boy’s Tennis at Love-40 with Inconvenient Facilities

Boy’s Tennis at Love-40 with Inconvenient Facilities

March 23, 2018

Without tennis courts and time, the Godinez Boys’ Tennis team have to play their sport at the cost of having to go the extra mile, or 1.9 miles to be exact. When joining the tennis team, players soon...

Top 10 Trump Tweets You Won’t Believe, but May Not Be Surprised

Top 10 Trump Tweets You Won’t Believe, but May Not Be Surprised

February 8, 2018

As America finds itself under leadership of perhaps the most controversial president of this generation, Twitter has been used as the platform to fuel President Trump’s agenda. A lot of the time it can...

Senior Alex Reyes is in shock from Santa Ana Unified School District's  calendar change.

Jingle Two Thirds of the Way

December 17, 2017

As our Grizzlies near their annual winter break, the question has to be asked: why are we stuck with a two-week break? With the newly implemented SAUSD calendar, students across the district were handed...

This giant mural can be found besides the Yost Theatre and G.C.S.

The Unappreciated Art of Santa Ana

November 12, 2017

As you venture down the crowded sidewalks of Santa Ana, hidden figures lie around every corner with a story to tell. The culture of our city expresses itself through our music, our people, and especially...

Riding his cult following from “Owl Pharaoh” and “Days Before Rodeo,” Travis hit the spotlight in 2015 with the release of Rodeo. With his new, innovative sound that took thousands captive, we cannot wait for his long awaited “Astroworld,” but in the meanwhile, you can listen to several albums and his newly released song, “Blue Pill,” in collaboration with producer Metro Boomin.

Artists That Are Catching Our Attention This Fall

October 12, 2017

Music in 2017 is gifting us with tons of debut stars and returning artists providing with us with a plethora of memorable tracks. Today’s stars and today's underground have future and current releases...

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