Articles by Emilia Rivera

AP art trades concentrations for classmate commissions

AP art trades concentrations for classmate commissions

June 8, 2016 | in Arts

The AP art class is getting a taste of what it’s like to have a career in art as they gain real world experience, making art for one another as their final project. The... Read More

Students express themselves on fake Instagrams

Students express themselves on fake Instagrams

May 18, 2016 | in Campus

When it comes to Instagram, some users post for likes. But with the new popularity of fake Instagrams, also known as “finstagrams” (“finstas” for short), people are posting for laughs. Or as the New... Read More

Muñoz reveals her secret love for Michael Jackson

Muñoz reveals her secret love for Michael Jackson

May 18, 2016 | in Campus

“Untouchable.” That is the word that comes to Assistant Principal Irma Muñoz’s mind when she thinks of Michael Jackson. Muñoz has been an avid fan since she was little. The daughter of Mexican immigrants,... Read More

Youth Educators Dance travels to a different galaxy

Youth Educators Dance travels to a different galaxy

May 8, 2016 | in Web

The Youth Educators, also known as YEDs, took the eighth graders to a galaxy far, far away on April 29, as the theme of this year’s YEDs dance was “Return of the Yedi.” The... Read More

The Beast in Beauty

The Beast in Beauty

April 25, 2016 | in A Closer Look

Not eating, taking laxatives, throwing up after every single meal but constantly telling yourself that it will be the last time… until you do it again. Over and over again, cycling endlessly like an... Read More

Millennium auction roars to a success

Millennium auction roars to a success

April 1, 2016 | in Web

“Family.” That is the word that parent of a Millennium graduate Dana Serleth used to describe Millennium High School. The idea of family was evident when over one hundred people gathered in the Piedmont... Read More

Mock trial finishes successful season

Mock trial finishes successful season

February 29, 2016 | in Campus

BOOM…the gavel slams as the mock trial team finishes another successful season. The season began in October  and came to an end when the team lost in the semifinals in February. The team qualified... Read More

Students sing through the hills of Austria

Students sing through the hills of Austria

February 1, 2016 | in Arts

The halls are alive with the Sound of Music, and the first three notes just happen to be Do-Re-Mi. Student thespians and instrumentalists will be presenting “The Sound of Music’” from Feb. 4 to... Read More

More to gain than a paycheck

More to gain than a paycheck

December 14, 2015 | in Opinions

The sound of my alarm vibrates through my room at 6:45, and I quickly scramble to turn it off and get ready to start my day. It’s a Sunday, but I’m up and ready... Read More

Juniors perform with classical vocalists

Juniors perform with classical vocalists

November 2, 2015 | in Arts

Juniors Danny DeBare and Elijah Levy rocked the house at the Greek Theater, performing  in the finale of Beethoven’s ninth symphony with their choir Pacific Boychoir Academy on Sept. 25th. “I think it is... Read More