“Help the Coral Sing” is a short story about Swishy Fishy and his family, who endure the challenges of a deteriorating coral reef that they call home.
With her new nonprofit, Brandi Brown-Shock is trying to catch kids and young adults before they fall into chronic homelessness.
“We want the city, the district and the whole country to know that our future generation feels really strongly about this and we’re not going to stop fighting for this.”
A little over 1,600 high schools in California were recognized in this year’s ranking, 13 of which were LBUSD campuses.
After their march to Target, the group conducted a simulated “die in” protest by lying down in front of the store entrance for eight minutes.
This was a banner year for the Jackrabbits, who had 18 students earn recognition across seven different teams. Those students claimed a combined $4,000 in prize money from the competition.
The students explored the recent history of Johnny Rockets on Pine Avenue just north of Broadway, and feature its employees in their award-winning documentary titled “Perseverance of a Little Burger Joint.”
“To have little girls who look like me growing up say ‘Oh my gosh, this is your business?’ That, for me, is my why,” Ashley Monconduit said.
In moot court competitions, teams are presented with a fictional court case and must prepare arguments for both sides. Marco Romero and Vaishalee Chaudhary took home top honors for CSULB.
With the omicron surge coinciding with winter formal dances, some campuses delayed while others forged ahead, fearing students would miss out on the milestone.