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Anti-LGBTQ hate group protest at Claremont High School  Los Angeles Times

On the crisp fall morning of Monday, Nov. 12, the quiet college town of Claremont, California laid silent. Well, almost. Although Claremont High School students ...



Beloved field trip destination sues CUSD for over $10 million  Los Angeles Times

Anyone who has been apart of CUSD since elementary school would be able to recollect the epitome of school field trips: Riley's Farm.



CHS band on a roll to state competition  Claremont Courier

The Claremont High School Band will compete this weekend in the California State Band Championships.



Opinion: Athletes can be vegan, too  Los Angeles Times

Can vegans be athletes, too? As athletes both on all levels prove, they are undoubtedly able to successfully adopt a vegan diet.



Los Angeles teachers union calls for a strike as tensions rise between district and union  Los Angeles Times

Negotiations to call off a massive teachers' strike in Los Angeles fell short on Monday, and a new meeting was assigned for Jan. 9 between the Los Angeles ...



James Monroe High School  Los Angeles Times

High School Insider enables students to post their stories on LATimes.com and report on issues that matter to them and their communities. Through HS Insider ...



Southern California students walk out to honor Parkland victims, press for change in gun laws, improved school safety  OCRegister

Using handmade signs, chants and phone calls to members of Congress, young people around Southern California turned fear and frustration into activism ...



FVHS students petition to remove graphic novel 'Persepolis' from school curriculum  Los Angeles Times

In April 2018, sophomore English classes were given the opportunity to read a graphic memoir for the first time in FVHS history. “Persepolis” written and ...



These were the most creative, powerful protest signs at Southern California student walkouts  Press-Enterprise

Schools across the country saw students walked out of class at 10 a.m. to show support for the March for our Lives anti-gun violence movement, which started ...



The Woolsey Fire ravages southern California  Los Angeles Times

Encompassing over 150 miles of California and destroying thousands of homes, the Woolsey fire is at 82 percent containment, according to CBS News.



Opinion: The morbid truth of San Marino's lockdown  Los Angeles Times

On Monday, San Marino High School had their second major lockdown in three years (the first being threats of a student shooter two years prior) as the FBI ...



2018 High School Journalism Day at CSUN!  Los Angeles Times

Over two hundred students from twenty-three schools attended High School Journalism Day at California State University, Northridge on Oct. 20. Students ...



From Baron to Anteater: Chantelle Sanchez commits to UCI soccer  Los Angeles Times

Growing up in a big family of even bigger soccer fanatics, senior Chantelle Sanchez adopted a passion for all-things soccer and a dream to play soccer seriously ...



Claremont High School Cafeteria Worker Accused Of Having Sex With Student  CBS Local

CLAREMONT (CBSLA.com) — Officials have accused a cafeteria worker at Claremont High School of having sex with a 16-year-old male student. Vanessa ...



Officials Increase Security At Claremont High Following Apparent Threat  CBS Local

CLAREMONT (CBSLA.com) – Officials are increasing security at Claremont High School after a threat was discovered in a school restroom. The threat, which ...



CHS spring sports show promise for upcoming season  Claremont Courier

BOYS TENNIS. Claremont High School boys tennis starts this season with a lot of new players and a new coach, Kathy Settles. However, coach Settles is not ...



Community raises money for shooting, wildfire victims by selling 'Epic Lemonade'  Los Angeles Times

Hundreds of yellow-clad community members participated in The Most Epic Lemonade Stand Ever on Friday, Nov. 16 in Thousand Oaks to raise money for the ...



Andy Choi  Los Angeles Times

Andy Choi is a high school student at the Orange County School of the Arts. He is published in Imagine, Margins, and Inkblot magazines. He lives in Garden ...



California's Camp Fire destroys thousands of buildings, kills many  Los Angeles Times

In Butte County, Ca., a dangerous fire spread. The Camp Fire got its name from beginning along Camp Creek Road at 6:33 a.m. on Nov. 8. Since then, the fire ...



CSArts receives the New and Emerging School Award at the ASN Conference  Los Angeles Times

California School of the Arts-San Gabriel Valley (CSArts-SGV), along with over 300 art school leaders, attended the 2018 Arts School Network (ASN) ...



Olivia Lee  Los Angeles Times

Olivia Lee is a student in the Creative Writing Conservatory at the California School of the Arts. Her writing has been recognized by Scholastic Art and Writing ...



Opinion: A look into the LAUSD strike  Los Angeles Times

With the first day of the strike exhibiting much success, there was only an increased sense of motivation and fiery passion for the countless number of teachers, ...



ASL club brings diversity to FVHS' world languages  Los Angeles Times

American Sign Language, commonly used by people who are hard of hearing, is the primary sign language used in North America and the third most used ...



Taking a stand — Carson reflects on their role in the LAUSD strike  Los Angeles Times

For two years, teachers have accepted what the district has given them without direct action. Finally, after failed negotiations, the United Teachers Los Angeles ...



Government shutdown hits off 2019  Los Angeles Times

During New Year's, many say that each individual day is simply a new chapter in the collective sense — 365 total chapters to be exact. People across the globe ...



Netflix releases refreshing new rom-com 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before'  Los Angeles Times

Last month, Netflix released the rom-com “To All the Boys I've Loved Before.” Based on the book by Jenny Han, the movie has been anticipated by Netflix ...



Clearing up the issue of on-campus vaping  Los Angeles Times

More and more students have been caught using e-cigarettes or vaping devices at Fountain Valley High School (FVHS) within the last few years, but the number ...



'I just kind of sat there mortified' — students react to Borderline shooting  Los Angeles Times

Ventura High School students respond to the Borderline Shooting that took place in Thousand Oaks, California and claimed 12 lives.



Plaza at Victory and Balboa in L.A. serves as nexus for illicit activity  Los Angeles Times

A teenager skates off the back of a truck, another takes a swig from a bottle of alcohol. The stench of marijuana is thick in the air. “Usually later (in the day) they ...



Donald Trump's North Korea strategy exceeds expectations  Los Angeles Times

On March 8, 2018, the world was rocked by a major announcement from the White House concerning North Korea. President Trump's nuclear strategy, which ...



Spring forward for daylight saving time on March 10  Los Angeles Times

Unless you live in Hawaii or in certain parts of Arizona, the special month has finally come to fast forward time. Most Americans will wake up to a Sunday ...



The truth behind applying chapstick  Los Angeles Times

The cap makes a satisfying click as you open the balm and as you swipe a layer of it onto your lips, you feel a tingling sensation as the moisture returns to your ...



Opinion: Designer fashion shows its true colors by incorporating blackface into designs  Los Angeles Times

Pulling inspiration from previous eras is commonplace for the fashion industry, but designer clothing brands have recently found influence in a period of ...



Long Beach Comic Con 2018 Roundup  Los Angeles Times

Comic Con Long Beach is the annual event that brings together creators, cosplayers, programmers, fans and the 'nerds' and 'geeks' of the world over every type ...



UTLA Protest: Teachers may strike soon  Los Angeles Times

The sight of all desks occupied, and a class of 40 students has become a common scenario in many classes. However, the overfilled classrooms have the ...



109 people on both sides of immigration debate speak out about sanctuary cities in Claremont  Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

CLAREMONT >> On the evening before President Donald J. Trump signed an executive order to build a border wall and another to pull funding from ...



Recent Bill will ban plastic straws in some restaurants  Los Angeles Times

Governor Jerry Brown recently signed a bill into law that will ban sit-down restaurants from giving their customers plastic straws. The law will take effect on Jan.



Interview with Emmy Award winner Sidney Beaumont, director of 'Paris to Pittsburgh'  Los Angeles Times

Bloomberg Philanthropies, with National Geographic, released "Paris to Pittsburgh" on the National Geographic channel on Dec. 12. Directed by Emmy Award ...



'Science Fair' — The future of science lies in the hands of the world's teenagers  Los Angeles Times

Directed by Cristina Costantini and Darren Foster, documentary “Science Fair” tracks nine high school students from spread out corners of the globe as they ...



Hostility toward journalists increased in 2018  Los Angeles Times

A recent report released by Reporters Without Borders (RSF) named the top five most dangerous countries in the world for journalists in the past year. In 2018 ...



Lily Larsen  Los Angeles Times

I am a 17-year-old​ activist/arts advocate and have been participating in marches, protests and petitions since I was 5 years old. I serve on Mayor Garcetti's ...



Thousand Oaks faces sorrow: the Borderline Bar shooting  Los Angeles Times

Prior to November 7, Thousand Oaks held the reputation of being a safe and quiet community in the state of California. On November 7 at approximately 11:20 ...



Unmasked: Ben Affleck steps down from Batman role  Los Angeles Times

Ben Affleck has hung up his cape and cowl as Batman. Affleck's departure from the role of Bruce Wayne was long expected, as the actor went through a rough ...



'How Sweet the Sound: Gospel Music in Los Angeles' highlights beloved genre  Los Angeles Times

The California African American Museum currently displays “How Sweet the Sound: Gospel Music in Los Angeles,” an exhibit focused on the history of African ...



47 school districts in state of uncertainty  Los Angeles Times

Segregation into a chaotic special education classroom environment was not what they had been looking for. “[The school from our district of residence] never ...



'Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles': A fiercely original take on the iconic turtles  Los Angeles Times

Tonight, the Turtles are rising up, but this time, with a more diverse and excited cast than ever before. With Omar Miller as Raphael, Josh Brener as Donatello, ...



The 2018 'Saved by the Bell' experience: A 90s kid's dream come true  Los Angeles Times

Every 90s kid's favorite show has become a reality. From now until September, Legendary diner, the Max from hit TV show “Saved by the Bell,” has opened a ...



The Charter Plan: An Update  Los Angeles Times

A few weeks ago, it was announced that Valiente College Preparatory Charter School will be co-locating to vacant rooms on the South East High School campus ...



Sophie Kim announced as the 2018 Los Angeles Youth Poet Laureate  Los Angeles Times

Sophie Kim is a 17-year-old poet, playwright, filmmaker and LGBTQ activist. She is a rising senior at Harvard-Westlake High School in Studio City, Calif. and was ...



UC's against repeal of DACA  Los Angeles Times

On Sept. 8, the University of California filed a lawsuit in federal court because of the violations made against the rights of its students through the repeal of the ...



2018 Summer Internship revisited  Los Angeles Times

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7HM438LIbsk Throughout the 2018 summer, 10 paid L.A. Times HS Insider interns produced multimedia arts and sports ...



'Active Shooter' — Video Game Sparks National Outrage  Los Angeles Times

A video game that lets players simulate an active shooter scenario was set to come out on Steam, one of the largest gaming platforms run by Valve Corporation ...



Moonlight Forest: A Magical Lantern Art Festival launches at the LA Arboretum  Los Angeles Times

The Los Angeles County Arboretum is hosting, for the first time, the Moonlight Forest: A Magical Lantern Art Festival. Created by TianYu Arts and Culture, Inc., ...



Opinion: Trump's (Failing?) Trade War  Los Angeles Times

From gadgets and gizmos aplenty to whoosits and whatsits galore, the consumer world is filled with new appliances and products spread all around, with “Made ...



The United States, Israel, and the Path to Isolationism: Why The U.S Pulled Out of the UN Human Rights Council  Los Angeles Times

It may not be popular knowledge that President Trump's move to relocate the American Embassy to Jerusalem resulted in over 50 deaths during protest. But the ...



Noah Centineo and 'Sierra Burgess' cast talks insecurities, friendship and love  Los Angeles Times

The Internet (and Netflix's Twitter account) is abuzz over the latest breakout heartthrob, Noah Centineo who played Peter Kavinsky in the well loved “To All The ...



LA River High School hosts its Environmental Summit  Los Angeles Times

For the first time, students and staff welcomed an informative and important event on the school grounds of Sotomayor Center For Arts and Science on Saturday, ...



The 2018 CHSSA State Tournament at Mountain House High School  Los Angeles Times

On April 20, the 2018 CHSSA State Tournament was held at Mountain House High School in Tracy. Hundreds of the best competitors in California competed for ...



Saffron and Rose — A taste of Iran in Westwood  Los Angeles Times

A long line of late-night dessert enthusiasts overcome by a gnawing sweet tooth spills out the front doors of Saffron and Rose Ice . . .



Daughter missing for 10 days around Atwater Village, LA River with older man  Los Angeles Times

Laurissa is a local Nevadan who moved to the state three years ago from Glendale, Calif., but recently came back to the area in search of her missing daughter.



#WeWantJustice: Bangladeshi students protest for road safety amidst violence  Los Angeles Times

Student protests for road safety in Bangladesh took a violent turn this weekend as police fired tear gas and used batons in an attempt to disperse protests ...



'Made in LA' 2018 breathes diversity into art at the Hammer Museum  Los Angeles Times

Angeleno artists embrace the many identities of Los Angeles through a variety of mediums at “Made in LA” 2018 on display at the Hammer Museum in ...



South East cheer finds new life as an official sport  Los Angeles Times

Three years ago, California Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill (AB) 949 into action, paving the way for competitive cheer to become a sport.



Photos: Sunday night's Blood Moon dazzles, despite fog issues  Los Angeles Times

In the not-so-distant future, history books will acknowledge Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015 as a rare lunar event. The combination of a harvest (full) moon, total lunar ...



Lily Richman  Los Angeles Times

Lily Richman, a senior at Brentwood School, serves as an HS Insider intern and Student Advisory Board member. Lily also interns at the Santa Monica Daily ...



Five Times Evangeline Lilly Slayed at the 'Ant-Man And the Wasp' Press Conference  Los Angeles Times

Ant-Man and the Wasp” marks a milestone for Marvel: Hope Van Dyne, or the Wasp's true identity, is the first female superhero to get title billing in the Marvel ...



'Bite of Reality' event at Charter Oak  Los Angeles Times

On April 19, Charter Oak High School had an event in the gym called "Bite of Reality" that is dedicated to help seniors prepare themselves for the financial ...



The Slippery Slope of Trump's Adjective to Describe International Killing Gang MS-13  Los Angeles Times

President Donald Trump is infamous in the eyes of many Americans nationwide for his controversial words regarding undocumented immigrants. On May 16 ...



Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation, Yasiel Puig, others break ground on 50th Dodgers Dreamfield  Los Angeles Times

https://youtu.be/0D6oonA92lU In 2003, the Los Angeles Dodgers Foundation pledged to create 50 Dreamfields over the span of 15 years for young Angelenos ...



The Rohingya Crisis: Origins, Evolution, And The Plight Of Refugees  Los Angeles Times

Once, Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi stood for a democratic Burma during its regime change in the late 1900s. Now, the State Counsellor is ...



Student performers honored at the M.A.C.Y. and Jerry Herman awards  OCRegister

Hundreds of Southern California high school musical theater students were honored June 1 at two awards ceremonies, the Childress M.A.C.Y. Awards in Costa ...



BROCKHAMPTON Kick Out Ameer Vann Over Sexual Misconduct Allegations  Los Angeles Times

Earlier this month, Ameer Vann of BROCKHAMPTON was accused by multiple women of sexual misconduct. BROCKHAMPTON has now released a statement ...



Introducing eSports into the Olympics  Los Angeles Times

The Olympics are a great event that is watched by the masses. The games are a very competitive scene where people from around the world compete for their ...



CSUSB Palm Desert Campus plants community garden  Los Angeles Times

The arrival of spring allows for eager gardeners to put their green thumbs to work and grow an assortment of flowering plants. CSUSB's Palm Desert Campus ...



Fountain Valley Virtual Enterprise places in the top five at state competition  Los Angeles Times

Late January in Bakersfield, Fountain Valley High School's Virtual Enterprise team Off The Grid went to the California State Virtual Enterprise Competition and ...



ASI announces 2018 CSUSB general election results  Los Angeles Times

On May 4, California State University, San Bernandino Associated Students Incorporated announced the winning candidates for this year's campus-wide ...



The Florida shooting: another tragedy that begs us to reexamine our values  Los Angeles Times

Last Wednesday, news of the terrible tragedy at Parkland's Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School spread throughout the nation. Seventeen students' lives ...



North and South Korea reconciliation  Los Angeles Times

At the end of April, the leaders of North and South Korea agreed to work on removing nuclear arms from the Korean Peninsula and to officially resolve continued ...



South East Boys' Basketball wins Los Angeles City Section Division III Championship  Los Angeles Times

The top-seeded boys' basketball team captured the 2018 California Interscholastic Federation Los Angeles City Section Division III Basketball Championship ...



CSUSB campuses celebrate Cinco de Mayo  Los Angeles Times

For the first week of May, California State University, San Bernandino held an assortment of activities to celebrate Cinco de Mayo across both of its campuses.



The iGeneration, inclusivity, and free speech on college campuses  Los Angeles Times

“Inclusiveness”: Compared to those born into previous generations, the iGeneration or iGen'ers–individuals born between 1995 and 2012–are more likely to ...



Chinese sister school visits South East  Los Angeles Times

In 2012, then Chinese vice president and current president Xi Jinping and Vice President Joe Biden visited the formerly-known International Studies Learning ...



2017 High School Journalism Day at CSUN!  Los Angeles Times

Two hundred and twenty-two students from twenty-six schools attended High School Journalism Day at California State University, Northridge on Oct. 21, one of ...



FVHS students march in solidarity for National Walkout Day  Los Angeles Times

In response to the growing #NeverAgain movement, FVHS students advocated for gun control and marched to City Hall on Brookhurst and Slater.



When will it stop? — Inside Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School during the shooting  Los Angeles Times

My condolences are with the victims of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School and their families. On February 14, the sounds of gunshots were heard all ...



Students speak out about DACA  Los Angeles Times

In September of last year, the Trump Administration announced that it would not be renewing former president Barack Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood ...



Being smart when protesting at school  Los Angeles Times

March 14th was a historic day across America and the world. Students in schools nationwide walked out of class and stood in solidarity with.



Interview with California Secretary of State Alex Padilla  Los Angeles Times

California Secretary of State Alex Padilla talks with Richard Coca on his pre-registration initiative and High School Voter Education Week.



California will legally recognize a third gender on IDs  Los Angeles Times

The Gender Recognition Act was signed into law on Oct. 15 by Governor Jerry Brown. The Gender Recognition Act will “make it easier for people to change their ...



A red light on human trafficking  Los Angeles Times

With human trafficking becoming more frequently discussed on social media, according to San Dieguito Academy counselor Ann Nebolon, Academy students ...



Hard rock and metal festival Fort Rock helping students end gun violence  Los Angeles Times

Hard rock and metal festival Fort Rock, located in southwest Florida, a mere 15 minutes from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, where 17 students and ...



Message to my next president  Los Angeles Times

While most students aren't eligible to vote this election, the issues affecting them are important and here to stay. What is the first issue students want the next ...



Raising hands in the streets, not the classrooms: Westridge Walkout  Los Angeles Times

Orange and white shirts spontaneously filled the corner of Madeline Dr. and Orange Grove Blvd. at 10 a.m. on Mar. 14 as Westridge students filed out of their ...



An overview of the Syrian Civil War  Los Angeles Times

Recently, President Trump announced his intentions to begin the process of pulling US troops out of Syria, where they have been fighting the Islamic State of ...



Get ready for 'Beauty and the Beast' at CHS  Los Angeles Times

A well-known childhood movie is coming to Carson High School. We all may know the story of "Beauty and the Beast," but for those who don't, it goes like this.



A rite of passage: the active shooter drill  Los Angeles Times

At San Marino High School, it's hard to imagine a life in the “heaven-sent suburbia” that's not riddled with checklists and tired expectations for college and ...



Electric scooters: Part of the transportation solution or public nuisance?  Los Angeles Times

In Santa Monica's multi-modal community, city planners are interested in getting people out of their cars and onto bicycles and walking. But where do electric ...



Student Advisory Board: Year in review  Los Angeles Times

The High School Insider Student Advisory Board is a leadership council of passionate student journalists from across America who work alongside Los Angeles ...



CSUSB ASI launches digital campaign to combat tuition hike  Los Angeles Times

California State University System's proposed tuition increase is scheduled to take place in the 2018-2019 academic year, and with that date drawing near, the ...



North Korea's Olympic cheerleaders  Los Angeles Times

The 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang was one of the most exciting events this year. It not only captured the eyes of millions of people, but also filled the ...



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