Santa Ana, Church Shooting One Man Dead

Detectives stand by the scene at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Santa Ana, California, where an armed man was shot by police. Photo Courtesy: Nypost

Juliana Arreloa

March 9, 2020

A man, in step with authorities, was shot and killed by Santa Ana police on Sunday afternoon after wielding a gun inside a church.  The man, who has not been identified but is believed to be a resident of Santa Ana, appeared in between Masses at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church on Center Street. At...

Cosmic Meadow Dance

A poster for the Cosmic Meadow Dance.

Ashley Ibarra and Rosaine Gomez

March 9, 2020

Dances are a fun and memorable school event where you are able to meet new people or have a good time with your friends or partner. The whole event would be a memorable experience. You can not only dance, but eat, hang out, or just chill and enjoy the music.  “I wasn’t planning on going until today....

Boys Volleyball Falls Short of a Victory

Segerstrom after their first home game loss. Defeated by Orange High.

Tomas Alba

March 9, 2020

Segerstrom Jaguars played their first home game against Orange High School on Tuesday. Segerstrom had previously defeated this team in a recent tournament at Century High School.  Starting off right, with a win of 26-24 in the first set, it seemed as if they were going to have a chance to make th...

Feel the Bern at Valley

Bernie beginning his rally with thousands of people cheering him on at Valley High School.

Alexa Perez and Yadira Zenteno

March 2, 2020

On Friday, February 21st, Bernie Sanders came to Santa Ana and had a rally at Valley High School. The event was due to start at 11:30 A.M. and finish at about 1:30 P.M. The high school was surrounded by many police officers as it was such an important event with an equally important person, Berni...

Suspicious Death of Elderly Women in Santa Ana

Street view of the woman’s house. Photo Courtesy of: KTLA5

Angel Reyes and Eduardo Lechuga Jr.

March 2, 2020

At around 10:40 am, an elderly woman was found dead inside her house at 1203 South Baker Street, in Santa Ana, California.  The police were sent to her house after a family member called and said that they had found her dead. The death was not apparent, and her identity is still unknown. Police ...

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

Nicole Cortes (12) shows off her latest cookie purchase.

Elle McDowell

February 7, 2020

Between January and April, Girl Scouts from all across America come together for their most popular fundraiser, cookie selling. These cookies outsell any Boy Scout popcorn or Girl Scout candies. Cookie selling is done in order to teach young girls lessons on finance and entrepreneurship through simula...

Poetry Contest Update

MIchelle Phan (10), Christie Vu (11), Saul Cervera (11), and Alberto Ramirez (11) stand together proudly after attending the celebratory luncheon.

Avery Ngo

February 6, 2020

On Friday, January 31st, Segerstrom High School hosted a luncheon for the winners of the 4th Annual Poetry Contest. Four students were selected: Michelle Phan (10), Christie Vu (11), Saul Cervera (11), and Alberto Ramirez (11). They received the accolades of first, second, third, and honorable mention, r...

Santa Ana’s 4th Annual Women’s March

An example of a sign made by an attendee of the march, courtesy of Lesley Ballinas, our interviewee.

Elle McDowell

January 24, 2020

On January 18th, 2020, Orange County residents took to the streets to protest for women’s rights. The march took place on N Flower and W Santa Ana BLVD with streets being closed the entire morning. It was estimated that more than 11,000 women attended the march, which was an unexpected turnout after...

Segerstrom High School’s 4th Annual Poetry Contest

Michelle Phan, the winner of the Segerstrom High School’s 4th Annual Poetry Contest, smiles proudly at the camera after finding out she won the contest.

Avery Ngo

January 24, 2020

“Write a Poem About Nature,” said one of the many posters advertising Segerstrom High School’s 4th Annual Poetry Contest. “Think about the power and beauty of the natural world.”   With a focus on nature, in light of the incoming, existential threat of global warming, the contest asks s...

From a Person of Color

Two students holding hands as a sign of unity in light of recent events.

Lourdes Enriquez

November 13, 2019

Search “Racism among Orange County School Districts” on Google, and you’ll be baffled to see the variety of articles and stories surrounding the topic. It’s nothing new, especially for the schools in Santa Ana, but it’s overlooked and overshadowed by the vast amount of items we’d all rath...

Suicide Prevention Week

Suicide Prevention Week happens from September 8, to September 14.

Julissa Mendoza, Staff Writer

October 18, 2019

Suicide Prevention Week is about making people feel safe, happy, understood included, and seen. This is a big deal as many more people have become depressed or suicidal. The week of prevention tries to help those who are going through things, to show, and spread awareness. Its more common in younger adul...

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