• Chinese sister school visits South East

    by Miguel Moran and Gabriel Anguiano In 2012, then Chinese vice president and current president Xi Jinping and Vice President Joe Biden visited the formerly-known International Studies Learning Center, where

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  • Net neutrality and the fight for the net

    The internet has become a never-ending source of information due to technological advances. It’s reasonable to say that our knowledge is partially derived from Google searches and YouTube videos. But

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  • MESA catapults their way to the top

    The Mathematics, Engineering, and Science Achievement (MESA) club on campus is dedicated to introducing to and helping students into careers related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) by performing

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  • Look It Up: Why North Korea hates the U.S.

    Tensions arise amongst countries as problems are presented to world leaders. This can lead to confrontations and wars among nations. One such conflict is the decade long conflict between the

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Colors on Walls

Julissa Macedo Features Editor School paints halls with Jaguar-inspired art   In most classrooms school P.R.I.D.E.- Problem solvers, Responsible citizens, Independent resilient individuals, Disciplined learners, and Effective communicators- Habits of Mind are presented along with the lessons and its objective. The school has students represent P.R.I.D.E. and integrate it into the learning environment in classrooms. P.R.I.D.E. is displayed throughout the

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Chinese sister school visits South East

by Miguel Moran and Gabriel Anguiano In 2012, then Chinese vice president and current president Xi Jinping and Vice President Joe Biden visited the formerly-known International Studies Learning Center, where Simon Rodia Continuation High School currently sits, and made an agreement to promote Chinese and American cultural understandings. Since then, South East has remained in partnership with Beijing No. 39

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Underclassmen on college courses

College courses are provided after school in collaboration with ELAC, and students are encouraged to attend. Getting college courses can give underclassmen a great advantage. Last semester, four college courses were provided to students after school. The courses provided were, Administration Of Law, Art Appreciation, Health, Engineering, and Graphic Design. This semester three courses are provided: Psychology, Child Development, and

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