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Lois Ramilo

Lois Ramilo, Yearbook Managing Editor

Hobbies/Interests: Traveling, Hiking, Fashion, Photography, Playing the Ukulele

Spirit animal: Wolf

Places you want to travel to: Greenland, the Azores, Faroe Islands, Galapagos Islands, Patagonia

Favorite food: Sisig (go search it up)

All-time favorite movie: Captain America: The Winter Soldier

 

 

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Protesters kneel in front of Glendale City Hall on Sunday, June 7, to protest again police brutality in light of George Floyds murder.

Guts, glory and a demand for change

Lois Ramilo, Yearbook Managing Editor
June 8, 2020
Every day hundreds of pounds of good school lunch food is wasted since many students who are forced to have their plates full end up throwing away the things they do not wish to eat.

What a waste!

December 11, 2019
Going waste-free also means moving towards a healthier diet, as most junk foods use plastic bags or leave behind waste. I began eating more vegetables and explored other options that were outside my comfort zone like dandelion greens and beets.

The disposable struggle

November 11, 2019
Lifecyle of a Butterfly

Ichigo Ichie

November 1, 2018
Although the charges for Foster have been dropped, the case brought awareness to the NFLs problem with domestic violence.

The quiet game

Lois Ramilo, Photographer
May 21, 2018
Giving the blind eye

Giving the blind eye

Lois Ramilo, Photographer
February 5, 2018
Alaina Joby

Alaina Joby

Lois Ramilo, Photographer
January 19, 2018
Tania Jangolian

Tania Jangolian

Lois Ramilo, Photographer
October 24, 2017
Ella Ramamurthy

Ella Ramamurthy

Lois Ramilo, Photographer
October 24, 2017
The first day of school becomes the first day of teaching at Clark for Natasha Krupnak.

Natasha Krupnak Joins Clark staff as new biology teacher

Lois Ramilo, Staff Writer and Photographer
September 8, 2017
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