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  • Mindfulness Training

    Mindfulness Training

    Katie Luna, Opinion Staff Writer

    April 24, 2017

    “Everyone should be mindful.  Itt makes you a better person,” said Ms. Gath, who teaches Mindfulness Training, a global program that should be brought to Bell High. The course is introduced to students who deal with anxiety and stress. It allows students to go at a slower pace and helps them t...

  • New Year, Old Habits

    New Year, Old Habits

    Jacob Otero, News Editor

    April 10, 2017

    Sports, counselors, and academies may be affected by the results of a vote for a new bell schedule next year at Bell High School. The vote took place on March 29th and 30th, with tracks A, B, C, and D voting on the possible change. First, teachers had to decide if the school day will have six periods or seve...

  • A Night in Hollywood

    A Night in Hollywood

    Alyssa Lara, Feature Staff Guest Writer

    April 10, 2017

    The drive was a long one, but it was worth every second of inching anxiety. Junior Ball, held at the Ritz Gardens in Whittier, was a long way away from Bell, in terms of miles and in terms of the atmosphere. The dance was Hollywood themed, and the venue was adorned with red, black, and gold colors. Th...

    Abraham Castillo and Karolina Herrera were named Junior Ball Prince and Princess.

  • A Violent End

    A Violent End

    Cristian Marmolejo, Feature Editor

    April 5, 2017

    Logan, featuring Hugh Jackman’s last performance as Wolverine, is the best superhero movie of the year. In case any Bell High students aren’t aware, Logan has been a hit with teens and superhero fans all around the world. Its complex story and action has made this one of the most iconic Marvel movies th...

  • Racism Around the Corner

    Racism Around the Corner

    Robert Sandoval, Staff Writer

    April 4, 2017

    “Deport the illegal kill gringo aliens out of Afghanistan,” the flyer said. On March 5, 2017 I was walking home in the afternoon. From a distance I noticed a white man dressed very nicely in a suit, with a clean haircut. He was kind of tall, and he was posting something on a street pole. (See ...

    Robert Sandoval

  • Super Veloz Super Pizza

    Super Veloz Super Pizza

    Bryan Canada, Feature Staff Writer

    April 3, 2017

    The city of Bell, saturated in rich, diverse cultures, contains an abundance of food places where you can enjoy a steaming meal. Being a melting pot, Bell offers unique dining experiences.  Ask a group of students about their favorite food, and pizza seems to win that vote by a landslide. There are ...

    Bryan Canada

New Year, Old Habits

New Year, Old Habits

Jacob Otero, News Editor

Sports, counselors, and academies may be affected by the results of a vote for a new bell schedule next year at Bell High School. The vote took place on March 29th and 30...

April 10, 2017No Comments

Bell Clubs Survive Audit

Bell Clubs Survive Audit

Amy Cervantes, Editor-in-Chief

An audit concerning club trust funds was filed on November 3rd. All LAUSD schools were required to make club constitutions in order to keep their trust funds, active club ...

December 15, 20161 Comment

LAUSD Pays For Caps and Gowns

LAUSD Pays For Caps and Gowns

Alyssa Lara, News Staff Writer

Caps and gowns are being paid for by LAUSD for the second year in a row. In the past, certain teachers’ have paid for a few of the seniors’ caps and gowns because of money ...

December 15, 20161 Comment

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Mindfulness Training

Mindfulness Training

Katie Luna, Opinion Staff Writer

“Everyone should be mindful.  Itt makes you a better person,” said Ms. Gath, who teaches Mindfulness Training, a global program that should be brought to Bell High. Th...

April 24, 2017No Comments

Racism Around the Corner

Racism Around the Corner

April 4, 2017

LAUSD Wastes Prime Money

LAUSD Wastes Prime Money

December 16, 2016

Distracting Students

Distracting Students

December 6, 2016

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A Night in Hollywood

A Night in Hollywood

Alyssa Lara, Feature Staff Guest Writer

The drive was a long one, but it was worth every second of inching anxiety. Junior Ball, held at the Ritz Gardens in Whittier, was a long way away from Bell, in terms of mil...

April 10, 2017No Comments

A Violent End

A Violent End

April 5, 2017

Super Veloz Super Pizza

Super Veloz Super Pizza

April 3, 2017

A Personal Jeweler

A Personal Jeweler

December 16, 2016

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Bell Takes an L

Bell Takes an L

Christopher De Leon, Sports Staff Writer

After losing the season opener to Jordan by three-to-one, the Bell High School boys varsity volleyball team let the Bulldogs have a commanding comeback. In a matchup betw...

March 31, 2017No Comments

2 Fast, 2 Fantastic

2 Fast, 2 Fantastic

Christopher De Leon, Sports Staff Writer

Every athlete has their own story. They have their own experiences. They all have their own struggles, but all athletes have something in common. That is the fire in their heart...

December 5, 2016No Comments

Kobe retires… and so do some Eagles

Kobe retires… and so do some Eagles

Jonathan DeAnda, Sports Staff Writer

Many sports fans are aware that Kobe retired this year from the Los Angeles Lakers. It was all over the social media and news. Just like Kobe, some Bell High student athletes...

June 22, 20165 Comments

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The student news site of Bell High School
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