On September 14, 2014, which would have been her 31st birthday, Amy Winehouse was honored with a life-size statue in Camden Town, England. The bronze statue depicts her wearing a Star of David necklace and has its single pop of color in a red rose intertwined in her signature beehive hairstyle.
Street Food Cinema hosted a showing of the Beatles’ movie, “A Hard Day’s Night” Northridge Little League Field to celebrate its 50th anniversary.
By Nicholas Logan
For students who are interested in participating in a fun and structured athletic program during their free time, now is their chance.
The school has implemented a new bell schedule, made to benefit the athletic department. This involves a required study hall period for all athletes. However, there are many mixed reviews to this drastic change.
By Alfredo Hernandez
Many parallels can be drawn between school and soccer. In both activities teamwork breeds success, only the best succeed, and Americans seem to only care when finals are involved. Every four years, the world prepares to witness the most watched spectacle of human fitness, the World Cup.
By Carolyn Cho 9/17/2014 81% of Americans between the ages of 12 and 17 use…
There’s a chance that the Internet won’t be so free and equal anymore, thanks to America’s Internet service providers (ISPs). To most, the Internet is a place where everyone has a free and equal chance to learn, share, shop and, most of all, communicate. Key words being “free and equal.” The term for this is net neutrality and, simply, it means that we have an equal chance to choose what applications and services we use and what we share or create with others.
Starting this school year, students witnessed many schedule changes including a later zero and first period start as well as a new study hall period for student athletes.
DreamWorks is currently producing a movie called “Home” with its first African American protagonist. It’s about a young girl named Tip racing around Earth with an alien for an adventure of a lifetime. This movie will be the first 3-D animated film starring an African American character.
Sean Bell was 23 years old the night he died in 2006. Oscar Grant was 22 years old when he died in 2009. Trayvon Martin was only 17 years old when he died in 2012.
What do all of these men share in common? They were African American; they were accused of a crime; they were unarmed; and they were shot and killed.