Author Archives: Miguel Moran

Jaguar Times staff members receives lucrative paid internship opportunity

Campus Life editor Nicole Funes follows in the footsteps of former paid High School Insider interns Luis Valente, who serves as the current editor-in-chief, and former editor-in-chief Kevin Camargo, who continues to work with the Los Angeles Times as a co-project producer of High School Insider, by receiving a paid internship with the program during the summer. “I’m excited to

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Boys’ Basketball wins Los Angeles City Section Division III Championship

The top-seeded boys’ basketball team captured the 2018 CIF Los Angeles City Section Division III Basketball Championship against the number two-seeded Manual Arts High School, winning the game by a score of 65-44. “To be the first ones [in the school’s history] to do this, it felt great. My feelings and emotions were everywhere,” said Joseph Hernandez, a sophomore in

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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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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 numerous projects. The club meets weekly on Wednesdays and is advised by Mr. Abad, but there is also a sixth period class dedicated to the club and its goal. Prior

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Financial aid literacy

The time has come in which students are rushing to get their college applications done. Students aren’t sure about how they’re going to pay for college, but there are lots of financial aid applications that will help students with their costs. “[The college center] will help students from beginning to end with financial aid applications,” said college counselor Ms. Barnes.

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Staff Editorial

On the night of October 1, the city of Las Vegas suffered the worst mass shooting is U.S. history. A lone gunman shot down on a crowd of 22,000 people from a window on the 32nd floor of the Mandalay Bay hotel during a country music festival, killing 59 so far and injuring over 500 people in attendance, according to

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