• Random Letters — 3-19-20

    Coronavirus Doubts

    In the state of California there are 37, 253,956 people and today there are less than 200 who are infected. What is that percentage?  Is the press making a big thing about nothing? That is .00000537% that is really scary.  More people are dying from starvation, probably. John Resich, Ro

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  • 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Advisory

    61 New Cases of Confirmed COVID-19 in Los Angeles County

    LOS ANGELES – The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (Public Health) has confirmed 61 new cases of 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). Over the last 48 hours there have been 101 new cases.  Because there ar

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  • Educational Institutions Cancel In-Person Classes

    By Velia Salazar and Angelica Mozol, Editorial Interns As the number of positive cases of the coronavirus, COVID-19, rises in Los Angeles County, the California State University system is feeling the effects. Face-to-face classes are in the process of being converted to online. According to the Calif

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  • Undocumented Fears Surround Census 2020

    By Jessica Olvera, Editorial Intern Any day now, homes across the country will be receiving mail from the U.S. Census Bureau — invitations to respond to its questionnaire — but officials acknowledge that many people in low-income and immigrant communities are worried that the census may be used to tar

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  • SPHS Boasts Nation’s First All-LGBTQ+ Library

    By Melina Paris, Arts and Culture Reporter On March 5, the class room of San Pedro High School teacher David Crowley became  the nation’s first 100 percent LGBTQ+ classroom library. Crowley and his Pride Club/GSA [Gender & Sexualities Alliance] students call it, “The Pride Library.” The li

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