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Glendale community celebrates Armenian independence

Glendale residents celebrated Armenian Independence Day Sept. 18 at Verdugo Park from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. with ethnic cuisine, music and cultural performances. The 18th annual festival was organized by the Nor Serount (New Generation) Cultural Association, the Armenian Council of America (ACA), and the Gaidz Youth Organization (GYO). The purpose of the event was to commemorate the 25...  Read More »

Sep 22

Seniors take a trip to Catalina

Seniors take a trip to Catalina

Natella Muradyan, Magazine Editor

“I was riding my bike with my friends going downhill until I looked back and saw my friend, Hrach, hit a parked golf cart and fall off his bike,” said Aren Bedrousian. Bedrousia...  Read More »

Sep 22

Arvin Sarkissian becomes new GUSD student board member

Arvin Sarkissian becomes new GUSD student board member

Ani Sarkisyan, Staff Writer and Website Videographer

“This was something that took years to get to,” said senior Arvin Sarkissian. On Sept. 13, Sarkissian became Student Board Member of the GUSD Board of Education. Since his freshma...  Read More »

Sep 22

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Recent Photos

Gotta catch them all

Anthony Francisco, Magazine Editor

“Whenever I walk my dog, I’m always on my phone trying to catch new pokémon and fighting gym leaders,” said St. Francis senior Justin Jalandoni, who has been playing Pokémon Go since the beginning of July. “I like the fact that I have traveled to new places that I’ve never been to catch new pokémon.” Pokémon Go was released on July 6, and is a free-to...  Read More »

Sep 23

The 626 Night Market Captures Asian Culture

The 626 Night Market Captures Asian Culture

Isabela Lacsina, Staff Writer

The iconic 12-foot red and white “626 Night Market” cube welcomes guests as they wait in line to pay their $3 fee to enter the weekend-long summer event. As soon as they...  Read More »

Sep 13

Why music?

Why music?

Natalie Deravanessian, Staff Writer

“Music influenced me in positive ways from a young age. It taught me to be willing to practice and learn more than asked, which brought about self-discipline and dedication,...  Read More »

May 2

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Give transgender talent a chance

Give transgender talent a chance

Ariette Reynaldo, Staff Writer

With the 2016 Emmys over and most actors given their credit due, usually people lie in anticipation for the Grammys and Oscars. This time, however, Jeffrey Tambor’s speech...  Read More »

Sep 23

iPhone 7 lives up to the hype

iPhone 7 lives up to the hype

Gabriella Kchozyan, Staff Writer

Apple users have long-awaited the launch of the new iPhone 7 on Sept. 7. This innovation first gave consumers a shock with the release of a new iPhone without a headphone ...  Read More »

Sep 21

Monetization policy hurts famous YouTubers

Monetization policy hurts famous YouTubers

Ani Sarkisyan, Staff Writer and Website Videographer

Popular YouTube star Philip DeFranco recently made a video titled “YouTube is Shutting Down My Channel and I’m Not Sure What To Do” in which he described YouTube’s ...  Read More »

Sep 8

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A graduation to remember

Lilit Krkasharian, Staff Writer

A big Armenian flag hung down from the wall behind us. “Narek: A Little Armenia” was written in Armenian in big, bright letters using the colors of the flag: red, blue a...  Read More »

September 21, 2016 • 0 comments

Walking dogs is no walk in the park

Nairi Simonyan, Yearbook Editor

Since the dawn of time, dogs have been man’s best friend. As they have provided humanity companionship, affection and even protection, we have in turn cared for our four...  Read More »

June 1, 2016 • 0 comments

Earth Day weekend at the Aquarium of the Pacific

Ryan Ellinwood, Staff Writer

The Aquarium of the Pacific has always been a special place for children, their families and the environmentally savvy. Earth Day is certainly not an insignificant time at the aquarium nor around the world, with more than 192 countries in participat...  Read More »

May 24, 2016 • 0 comments

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‘American Horror Story’ leaves fans with cliff hangers

Tenny Vasghanian, Design Editor

The first episode of Season Six starts out with a couple in present day, Matt (André Holland) and Shelby (Lily Rabe), on what seems to be a crime television show called ...  Read More »

September 19, 2016

Karmin releases new album

Janine Porras, Staff Writer

After releasing singles from their new album, Leo Rising, between 2014 and 2016, Karmin officially released the entire album Sept. 9. Karmin is a husband and wife duo, Nick Noonan...  Read More »

September 19, 2016

Oak Street Oxfords are casual shoes done right

Henry Reed, Photo Editor

Allen Edmonds is known for quality Goodyear welted shoes, with their most popular styles being the Park Avenues and the Strands. Their selection, while varied, heavily sways on ...  Read More »

September 19, 2016

Beyoncé’s Formation World Tour is a grand slam

Jaden Florita, Photographer

Dodger Stadium, home to the Los Angeles Dodgers, transformed into an entire Beyhive for the night of Sept. 14. Beyoncé Knowles Carter, the 15-year-old girl we knew from D...  Read More »

September 16, 2016

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