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May 28th Schedule

By: Jose Castro

Posted May 17, 2013

Another Unusual Tuesday

Humans are going to Mars by 2023

 by Lorena Medina

Posted May 17, 2013

People now has the chance to go to Mars and never come back.

Update on 3 Girls Kidnapped

By: Yesica Martinez & Melissa Lopez

Posted May 17, 2013

 3 victims

Humans are going to Mars by 2023

by Lorena Medina

 Posted May 15, 2013

People now has the chance to go to Mars and never come back.

A Special Shakey’s Night

 By: Jose Castro

Posted May 22, 2013

A night to support our beloved teacher

Humans are going to Mars by 2023

By: Lorena Medina

May 15, 2013

People now have the chance to go to Mars and never come back.

Boston Can Feel Safe After Second Suspect Was Captured

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 Reporter: Dahlia Perez

Posted May 9, 2013

Boston bombing

About Zubeidat Tsarnaeva

by Lorena Medina

Posted May 7, 2013

Zubeidat who?

Hillary Announces Support for Gay Marriage

Karen Lazo

Posted April 25, 2013

Support for gay marriage.

Day Of Silence

By: Marina Puac

Posted April 25, 2013

why is there is a Day of Silence?

Seniors Proud of Their Work Displayed In The Autry

 Reporter: Dahlia Perez

Posted April 19, 2013

Street Vendor Project

The End is Near

By: Jose Castro

Posted April 19, 2013

  The end of the school year is rapidly approaching!

Toy Poodles Turned out to be Ferrets on Steroids

by Lorena Medina

 Posted April 19, 2103

Toy Poodles

Beverly Center Bomb Scare

By Karen Lazo

Posted April 18, 2013

A suspicious package evacuated from The Beverly Center  Mall, making about 1,300 wait outside for several hours.

 Cruise Ship Stuck in the Gulf of Mexico

by Lorena Medina

Posted April 18, 2013

More than 4,000 passengers lived a horrible experience in a cruise ship with poor sanitary conditions for five days.

Cannibal Case

 By: Mayra Rodriguez

Posted April 18, 2013

 Cannibal Case

Samoan Airline Charging People By Weight

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 by Lorena Medina

Posted April 18, 2013

Charging People By Weight

Los Angeles Mayoral Election

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By: Jose Castro

Posted April 3, 2013

With Villaraigosa being termed out, Los Angeles has chosen new representatives

The Syrian Civil War

Lorena Medina

 Posted April 2, 013

Find peace

Lindsay Lohan Avoids Jail

  By: Mayra Rodriguez and Edith Gomez

Posted April 2, 2013

Lindsay Lohan

Spelling Bee Finale

 By Ronald Long

Posted April 2, 2013

We have a winner!

Students take advantage of Showcase Night to Fundraise

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Posted March 25, 2103

Journalism Team

Museum Library Too Packed

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By: The Globe Sports Staff and Opinion Staff

Posted March 18, 2013

 Little space

Pizza-licious Night or is it too cheesy?

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 Reporter: Dahlia Perez

Posted March 18, 2013

Shakey’s Night for the school

Upstander Museum

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By Edith Gomez, Mayra Rodriguez, and Jailine Juarez

Posted March 18, 2013

“Intolerance is itself a form of violence and an obstacle to the growth of a true democratic spirit.”

-Mahatma Gandhi

Showcase Night

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By: Mayra Rodriguez and Edith Gomez

Posted March 18, 2013

  LASGS Showcase Night

Samsung Galaxy S4 soon to be released

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By: Miguel Anduray

 Posted March 11, 2013

“New Galaxy”

Escándalo en el Reino Unido sobre carne de caballo 

Por Ronald Long

 Posted November 28, 2013

Escandalo en el Reino Unido

Burger King’s Twitter was hacked

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 By Lorena Medina

Posted February 25, 2013

Burger King Hacked?

Would you like Some Frog with your Burger?

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By: Miguel Anduray

 Posted February 21, 2013

Frog on fast food?

UK Horse Meat Scandal

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By Ronald Long

Posted February 21, 2013

Meat Scandal

New LASGS Family Member

By Edith Gomez

Posted February 12, 2o13

An LASGS baby.

Lewis Marnell Dies at Age 30

By Hugo Del Aguila

Posted February 9, 2013

Lewis Marnell

Burger King Beef Supplier has Horse Meat

By Omar Antonio

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 By Ronald Long

Posted February 4, 2013

Burger King

U.S Military Lifts Ban on Women in Combat

By Denise Rodriguez

Posted January 29. 2013

Banded women in combat.

A shooting at a Community College

By Lorena Medina

Posted January 25, 2013

Men and Women Wounded

President’s Obama Inauguration Day on MLK Day

By Christian Agbagala

Posted January 25, 2013

Second Term

Legal Marijuana Smoking

By Jose Castro

Posted January 25, 2013

Amendment 64 and I 502 voted yes!

A victim of Animal Cruelty

 By Lorena Medina

Posted December 7, 2012

An ex-DreamWorks animator killed a German shepherd with a hammer.

Our U.S Ambassador Christopher Stevens died on the anniversary of 9/11.

By: Christian Agbagala

Posted November 26, 2012

Ambassador Christopher Stevens Dies at U.S Consulate in Libya

Apple’s release of the iPhone 5 and the new iPod touch

By: Veronica Velasco

 Posted November 26, 2012

Apple released the new iPhone 5 on Friday, September 21 

Nobel Peace Prize goes to European Union

   By Christian Agbagala

Posted November 26, 2012

Can European Union be the role model for peace and reconciliation?

Dream Act Passed in Maryland

By: Miguel Anduray and Dahlia Perez

Posted November 20, 2012

This past week has been full of celebrations for President Barack Obama and the nation.

Gas Prices hits a nation high record

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By Ewayne Berry

Posted November 20, 2012

Gas prices hits a nation high record and people are very upset. 

What is next for President Barack Obama?

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 Christian Agbagala

Posted November 13, 2012

Four more years of what?

Tyler Perry profiled by two white cops

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By Ewayne Berry

 Posted October 25, 2012

Movie actor Tyler Perry claims he was racially profiled after being pulled over by two white cops.

A father sets his house on fire to wipe out his family

By Lorena Medina

Posted October 7, 2012

A man in Wisconsin set his house on fire to kill his entire family with some help from his brother.

From Mayor to Governor

By: Christian Agbagala

Posted October 2, 2o12

 Why Are So Many Seniors Taking Drama Class?

 By: Paola Barajas and Aslin Paxtor

 Posted October 1, 2012

There are lot of seniors in drama this year…perhaps too many

Chad Johnson’s Career in Jeopardy

By: Ewayne Berry

Posted September 27, 2012

NFL wide receiver Chad Johnson was released from the Miami Dolphins, his future in the National Football League is uncertain.

11 people Dead in Afghanistan

By: Lorena Medina

Posted September 27, 2012

A mysterious crash in Afghanistan killed 11 people

Lasgs to Receive New Principal

By: Omar Antonio

Posted June 21, 2012

 LASGS might be receiving a new principal

Is Barbie Really Going Bald?

By: Karen Lazo

Posted June 20, 2012
Barbie is going bald? How can this be, her perfect blonde hair is what she is most famous for.

Reviving the Dead

By: Miguel Anduray

Posted June 20, 2012
Imagine having the opportunity to see live plants that existed during the Ice Age?

Going to the Bathroom has never been THIS dirty

By: Valeria Padilla

Posted June 20, 2012

          Ever wonder why teachers are only using the women’s restroom?

Paper or plastic? Los Angeles ban on plastic bags

By: Karen Yanes

Posted June 18, 2012

Have you heard that Los Angeles has become the largest city in the U.S. to ban the use of plastic bags?

Lee Hirsch’s new film on a growing issue: Bully

By: Karen Yanes

Posted May 31, 2012

More than 18 million American kids will be bullied

What Will become of our Track and Cross Country Coach?

By: Aslin Paxtor

Posted May 30, 2012

First losing educational resources, now losing an athletic coach?

Library May Very Well Be Closed Next Year

By: Heidi Maqueos

Posted May 24, 2012

The MCLC library may be closing next year. That may not be of an importance to students at LASGS but what does that say about the students in B&T, SJ, and ALC?

Elections 2012

By: Aslin Paxtor and Paola Barajas

Posted May 24, 2012

Are you ready for next year’s upcoming school year?

What’s a SOCCKET?

By: Dahlia Perez

Posted May 21, 2012

A soccer ball that stores energy and can power things up by playing soccer?

Computers and their Dilemmas

By: Aslin Paxtor and Paola Barajas

Posted May 14, 2012

Even non-physical objects can “crash” as well

9th Grade Camping Trrip!

By: Dahlia Perez

Posted May 14, 2012
 The freshmen are very pumped up! Why? They might go to Clear Creek to camp for the weekend! They will be holding fundraisers to raise money for their camping trip, if they want to go

Dr. Haddy, MCLC is where you belong!

By: Heidi Maqueos

Posted May 10, 2012

The great teacher inspires

Ms. Herzog is BACK!!!!

By: Dahlia Perez

Posted May 7, 2012

Chemistry Teacher Ms. Herzong is back

Youtube Going 3D

By: Miguel Anduray

Posted May 4,2012

Imagine having the ability to watch videos in 3D, from the comfort of your very own home, without the need to purchase an expensive 3D television. Well, this is now possible thanks to Youtube.

MCLC Cheerleaders Take Home a Win

Posted May 3, 2012

MCLC cheerleaders placed second in the varsity cheer division

Relay for life

By: Heidi Maqueos

Posted April 23, 2012

What is Relay for life?

What Do Global Studies Students Know About Kony2012?

Posted March 26, 2012

What is Kony2012?

 Why is the Hallway Empty?

By Paola Barajas and Aslin Paxtor

Posted March 5, 2012

How does it feel to walk in this non-colorful hallway?

SOPA and PIPA: Government Censoring the Internet

By: Miguel Anduray

Posted January 30, 2012

The World Wide Web otherwise known as the “internet”

Busted Clocks

By: Henry Landaverde

Posted January 30, 2012

Where is LAUSD when we need them?

Still Standing

By: Natalie Zelaya

Posted January 13, 2012

Who will be the winner this year?

Model United Nations: The Way to Go

By: Aslin Paxtor

Posted January 12, 2012

Here is one opportunity to make with friends with other people – from other countries

Why are students not doing their homework?

By: Dahlia Perez

Posted January 12, 2012

Homework during break???? Why?

LASGS Newspaper Going Green!

By: Marilyn Oliva and Fabio Quintana

Posted October 21, 211

Why are we switching to a digital newspaper?

Space Shuttle Endeavour’s New Home!

By Karen Yanes

After thirty years, NASA ends its shuttle program giving new homes to its space shuttles.

LAUSD teachers arrested for alleged lewd acts on children

By: Nohely Hernandez

Accused LAUSD teachers and coaches that are having sexual contact with their students has been one of the main topics in the news for the past few weeks.

Restrooms Suck!

By: Jennifer Telles & Anai Rodas

Haven’t you noticed that the restrooms mostly never have soap, there’s tagging on the restroom walls, the hand dryers don’t work, and worst of all, there’s missing toilet paper!

The California Dream Act

By: Nohely  Hernandez

The California Dream Act (short for Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors) is a bill that has been through much in the state of California.

Governor Brown’s Tax Plan

By: Heidi Maqueos and Rut Tomas

 Teaser: Schools will face more budget cuts if Governor Brown’s tax plan is rejected…

Cut the Budget Cuts

By: Aslin Paxtor and Paola Barajas

Every school year, there is always something missing….

Why doesn’t the school food appeal to students?

By Heidi Maqueos and Rut Tomas

From the beginning of this school year many students have been commenting on the school food, but why are the lunch lines getting shorter by day…

Aids Walk Sends A Strong Message

Caminata contra el SIDA envía un fuerte mensaje

By Heidi Maqueos

Deborah Burnham, a teacher at the  Los Angeles School of Global Studies, in the Miguel Contreras Learning Complex and 13 students, members of the GSA Club, were among more than 30,000 people who participated in the 27th annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles on Sunday, October 16th.

According to abclocal.go.com, the money raised from the event helps to treat as many as 10,000 AIDS patients locally.

The Aids walk was developed by Craig R. Miller in 1984, during the height of the Aids epidemic. Miller then brought his idea to the Fledgling Aids service organization who adopted this project. Since its inception,  Aids Walk Los Angeles  has raised more than $72 million for Aids Project Los Angeles and other HIV/AIDS service organizations throughout Los Angeles County.
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Aren’t You Tired Of Paying Too Much Money For Gas?

By Paola Barajas

As gas prices are going up and up, a driver’s wallet gets thinner and thinner.  Many people now aren’t able to afford many necessities because their extra money is now being spent on gas for their regular commute.

Without much of a choice, and their car as their main source of transportation, they have no other option but to pay the high prices for gas.

One reason gas prices have been going up is due to the fighting in Libya .

According to npr.org, oil has been trading at more than $100 a barrel in the U.S. the past couple of days, largely because of fighting in Libya.

Even though Libya gives 1 percent of gas to the world, the unrest in Libya could impact the Middle East which supplies 11 percent of gas to the world.

We here in America, could feel the effects of the turmoil in the Middle East.

All over Los Angeles, gas prices are up to $4.00 a gallon!  If they keep going up, by 2012 the price will be at $5.00 a gallon. Bus fares are also going up because of the rise in gas prices.

This affects not only the people that drive to work, but also students that commute by bus; the rise in the gas price can take a toll on the price of  bus passes.  Keep Reading Here

New Club Alert: Model United Nations

By: Aslin Paxtor

Commitment, communication, professionalism, critical thinking. These are the skills it takes to be on Model United Nations team.

Model United Nations (or Model U.N.) is when students study a certain country from anywhere in the world and study an issue area that  affects the country.

Model U.N. was an elective class last year taught by Geometry teacher Dina Mahmood, but this year it is offered as a club and anyone is welcome to join.  Mahmood says, “This year I wanted to offer a geometry support class as an elective and I had to make the very hard decision of deciding which elective to offer. I still wanted Model U.N. around so I offered it as a club.”

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Losing Custodians is a Mess

By: Rut Tomas
Your walking towards your school and you see trash on the floor and tagging on the wall. You pass by the restroom and this horrible smell goes through your nose, you feel like vomiting but you hold it in. In fact, you decide to not use  the restroom because it’s filled with trash and the smell is very disturbing.

Have you noticed that we rarely  see our janitors? The whole complex only has five custodians. We are loosing our custodians due to budget cuts.

According to www.nytimes.com, “The city of department of Education is cutting over $10 million from its custodial budget.” In other words many custodians across our country are being paid less or losing their jobs completely.

In LAUSD, budget cuts have eliminated custodial positions which have left teachers with new tasks after the bell rings. These tasks include: sweeping classrooms and taking out the trash, which might bother some teachers.

Geometry teacher, Dina Mahmood commented, “I said to myself, I am cleaning up after school.” Teachers now have to spend their time cleaning their rooms up after school. She also said, “I worry, I think this is going to be messy, disorganized, and unsafe.”

Assistant Plant Manager, Ramiro Gonzales stated, “Personally I think it is going to get worse without custodians because it is leaving teachers another job, which is not fair; they have a job already!”  Keep Reading Here

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