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Amelia Earhart and her plane, the Lockheed Electra in 1937 before her and her planes disappearance. (Wikimedia Commons)

Lost and Found

Ilene Sanchez, Managing Editor April 12, 2024

Back in 1937, a pioneer in the aviation field, advocate for women's rights, and author, Amelia Earhart is going to finally get to close this chapter in history with deep sea explorers reasoning on how...

Americans become complacent, because it is easy. Only through resistance and boycotting can change occur. (Macrovector on Freepik)

The Dying Art of a Good Revolution

Danielle McNair, Staff Writer March 9, 2024

Things in America have always been tense: since Columbus invaded the East Coast, since the thirteen colonies settled here, and since the slave trade was even conceived of.  America is no stranger to...

Black History Month has been a reuse, recycle, repeat approach for too many years.

What I Want to Be Taught For Black History Month

Hailey Adenihun, Staff Writer February 9, 2024

Black History Month was declared nationally in 1976. It exists to honor African American history and accomplishments in the United States. Black history should be taught all year, but a month is needed...

Aryan Simhadri, Walker Scobell, and Leah Sava Jeffires for Percy Jackson & the Olympians. (Photo by 20th Century Fox Television)

How “Percy Jackson and The Olympians” Blew Expectations Out of the Water

Aleish Cuaresma, Web Manager January 18, 2024

Minor spoilers for PJO.  Where were you in May 2020? I was jumping around my room screaming with excitement because the “Percy Jackson and the Olympians” television show was officially announced,...

Unwrapping the Mysteries of Holiday Mortality

Unwrapping the Mysteries of Holiday Mortality

Mariah Disney, Staff Writer January 6, 2024

The holiday season, typically associated with joy, celebration, and togetherness, paradoxically witnesses an increase in mortality rates annually. Studies have consistently shown a higher likelihood of...

A Season of Holidays: A Season of Strikes

A Season of Holidays: A Season of Strikes

Scarlet Vandegrift, Staff Writer November 18, 2023

On Wednesday, October 4, more than 75,000 Kaiser Permanente workers went on strike, and organized the largest healthcare worker strike in American history. This action occurred in the states of California,...

Annual LOHS Theatre Haunt: Carnival of Nightmares

Annual LOHS Theatre Haunt: Carnival of Nightmares

Emily Sterling and Scarlet Vandegrift October 18, 2023

It was that time of the year again, where particularly haunting screams echoed through the clown infested halls of the LOHS auditorium, and every student should have been wary of vengeful scarecrows armed...

PC: Wallpaper Abyss by @RedJohn9923

Barbie is the Epitome of Childhood

Dia Aldeeb, Staff Writer September 23, 2023

With the help of multiple artists such as Nicki Minaj, Ice Spice, and Khalid, as well as a wave of pink marketing across various industries, “Barbie” was mainly targeted toward young girls, but unwittingly,...

A New Approach to Preventing Misconduct on Campus

A New Approach to Preventing Misconduct on Campus

Grizzly Gazette Staff August 30, 2023

Over a year ago, former Los Osos Football Coach David Riden was arrested for having hidden cameras in the girls’ water polo bathroom and locker rooms.  Following this tragic incident, our staff offered...

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