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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 immigran

SPHS Alumnus, Miguel, Speaks About Mental Health

By Angelica Mozol, Editorial Intern On Feb. 21, at San Pedro High School, award-winning artist, Miguel, spoke first hand about the stigma surrounding mental health.. Miguel, a SPHS alumnus, spoke about his struggle with depression, noting that h

Undocumented Fears Surround Census 2020

By Jessica Olvera, Editorial Intern

In mid-March, homes across the country will be receiving mail f

St. Mary’s Medical Center Awarded Stroke Center Certification

LONG BEACH ― On Feb. 25, the St. Mary’s Medical Center was awarded The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval for Advanced Thrombectomy Capable Stroke Center Certification. Thrombectomy is the procedure of removing a blood clot from a blood vessel. TJC experts evaluated the hospi

SoCal Does Cash for Clunkers

By Nick Vu, Editorial Intern If you live in Los Angeles, you can retire your old beater car for $9,500 towards a more fuel-efficient vehicle. Many have already done so through the Replace Your Ride, a program funded and operated by South Coast Air Quality Managem

Coronavirus: Don’t Panic

By Jessica Olvera, Editorial Intern The City of Carson was falsely alarmed about a coronavirus outbreak in the city on Jan. 29 after the circulation of a letter that appeared to come from public health organizations listed more than 30 businesses as places the virus was s

Long Beach Man With Shotgun Dead After Shootout

LONG BEACH — On Feb. 20, A 22-year-old man armed with a shotgun was killed after a shootout with the Long Beach Police. An investigation is underway to determine if the man died from a fatal wound by an officer’s bullet or from injuries he sustained from being hit with a police vehicle

SPHS Alumni, Miguel, Speaks About Mental Health

By Angelica Mozol, Editorial Intern On Feb. 21, award-winning artist, Miguel, spoke first hand about the stigma surrounding mental health at San Pedro High School. Miguel, an SPHS alumn, spoke about his struggle with depression, noting that his first time dealin

The Backlash to ‘American Dirt’ is Not Just Skin Deep

By Velia Salazar, Editorial Intern

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