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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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Observing World No Tobacco Day

By Sabrina Alvarado According to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, tobacco use is the second cause of death globally and is currently responsible for killing one in ten adults. World No Tobacco Day is created for this reason. World No Tobacco day is held on May 31 of every year and intends to encourage people to not consume tobacco

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Class of 2018 is recognized at annual Senior Awards Night

Adan Esparza and Maximilian Maravilla received awards for Valedictorian and Salutatorian, as well as the Principal’s Honor Roll. Adan Esparza, a senior in the Technology & Media magnet was announced as the valedictorian and was awarded the Principal’s Honor Roll. Esparza feels excited to be the valedictorian.“ From the beginning, I was excited of making my parents proud,” said Esparza.

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Mental Health Awareness

By Briana Ramirez Mental Health Awareness Month is in May, and it raises awareness about mental health. Each year, millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental illness. “Each year we… educate the public and advocate for policies that support people with mental illness and their families,” states the National Alliance on Mental Illness. ‘Cure Stigma’ is

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Poets Nathan Amaru Velasquez and Nisa Jones Commemorate National Poetry Month

National Poetry Month in April recognizes the work of all poets. Similarly, student poets celebrate National Poetry Month by sharing some of their best work.   Some students have a love for poetry, and share their poetry  through various forms such as spoken word and slam poetry which can be preferred by the younger generations. Nathan Amaru Velasquez, a senior

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