Dos Chinos: A Blend of Culture

February 13, 2018 Mimi Nguyen

It all started with a small candy business in their neighborhood and an outing to different food trucks. During the summer of ‘11, Hop and his cousins spent their quality time eating at different food […]

Welcome To the Cities: Winterfest

February 5, 2018 Angela Nguyen

The performers were ecstatic, judges eagerly waited to see what the different classes creative dances were this year, and the overall crowd was ready to cheer on their peers. This year’s Winterfest theme was CITIES. […]

Betty Flickinger- Employee of the Month

February 4, 2018 Mimi Nguyen

Out of the many employees in the Garden Grove Unified School District, Elizabeth Flickinger, the school’s attendance clerk at Garden Grove High School, was recognized as Classified Employee of the Month. The Employee of the […]

How to Prevent the Flu

February 4, 2018 Leilani Amezcua

I’m sure with the cold holiday season, everyone has heard the sneezing and coughing through the hallways. Worst of all, some people don’t remember to cover their mouths, allowing their germs to spread further. Next […]

Rocking the New Year: One Word Resolutions

January 17, 2018 Megan Vien

‘Tis the season for New Year’s Resolutions, encouraging people to make positive goals and changes in their lives. Unfortunately, many people make the mistake of piling too many resolutions on top of their already-busy lifestyle, […]

How (Not) To Study for Finals

January 17, 2018 Cathy Duong

“If you’re reading this, it’s too late.” Drake isn’t wrong, but fine — if it makes you feel better, D-Day is still a couple of days away, meaning there’s still time to stay up until […]

Personal Statement: Hang Mai

January 16, 2018 Brandon Nguyen

Hang Mai (Class of 2017) is currently attending UC Berkeley with a multitude of scholarships and financial aid, paying as little as nothing. SAT: 1240 (New Scale)  GPA: 4.22 Involvements: ACS, Yearbook, Girls’ League, UNICEF, CSF, NHS, […]

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