La Quinta High School's student-run newspaper


La Quinta High School's student-run newspaper


La Quinta High School's student-run newspaper



Emma Dangleis 22 is one of the juniors graduating with the Class of 2022.

Perseverance prepares two juniors to graduate with the Class of 2022

Lilli Koch, Reporter May 28, 2022

As the 2022 school year comes to an end, seniors are growing antsy for graduation, especially those who are on the path to graduating early: Antanina Larchey and Emma Dangleis.  La Quinta High School,...

Humans of LQHS: Nina McGuane aims to be the best version of herself

Humans of LQHS: Nina McGuane aims to be the ‘best version’ of herself

Sophia Sohn, Assistant Features Editor May 28, 2022

It’s a cool October night, and the auditorium is a full house. People are packed in the seats and reporters on the side, their cameras snapping away. Three singers gather on the stage together as they...

‘The Batman’ exceeds expectations

Christian Romero, Reporter May 27, 2022

After 26 Batman movies, six different actors, and 10 voice actors, a new Batman was finally announced. On May 31, 2019, Robert Pattinson was officially announced as the Batman. Shortly after in 2020, a...

What makes Clash Royale addicting?

What makes Clash Royale addicting?

Travis Gerald, Reporter May 26, 2022

What could it be that makes students stare at their phone screens? They’re actually playing an addicting mobile video game called, “Clash Royale.” Clash Royale is a free-to-play real-time strategy...

Honor guard is a special division of the AFJROTC Academy. Here, they are preparing to present the U.S. flag at Marine Corporal Hunter Lopezs procession in Sept. 2021.

Honor Guard: ‘The faces’ of AFJROTC

Joy Bridges, Reporter May 25, 2022

There is no doubt you have seen the honor guard on campus. Whether it's at football games, at Hunter Lopez’s procession, the Homecoming parade, or school rallies, they are there.  What is the process?...

Mays Whats Up With?

May’s What’s Up With?

Lexi Noguera, Editor-in-Chief May 24, 2022

What’s up with Chris Rock actually getting rocked at the Oscars? What’s up with Robert Pattinson’s “Twilight” sequel? Did we forget that vampires really do turn into bats? What’s...

Ruby Rivas holds up a passion sign.

What does passion look like at LQHS?

Leila Terrazas, Reporter May 24, 2022

Passion is strong and a barely controllable emotion. For students and teachers at La Quinta High School, it means many things ranging from sports, grades, and hobbies. Schooling and family is a passion...

A screenshot of DSUSDs COVID-19 Dashboard as of Monday, May 23, 2022.

Students reflect on the lifted mask mandate

Isaa Villicana, Reporter May 23, 2022

In the month of March, the California mask mandate was lifted. The change allowed everyone, vaccinated or not, to choose between wearing a mask. As soon as that happened, the DSUSD Board of Education made...

Irazema Treviño at the 26th Annual BEST Awards.

BEST of the BEST

Busy Bojórquéz, News Editor May 23, 2022

Irazema Treviño—LQHS’ bilingual paraeducator—was recognized with the 2022 B.E.S.T. award  by the Riverside County Office of Education.  B.E.S.T Award stands for Bilingual Educators Succeeding...

Nicklen and Mittermeier translate nature into photographs

Nicklen and Mittermeier translate nature into photographs

Kayleigh Carstairs, Assistant Multimedia Editor May 23, 2022

One of 2022's annual Desert Town Hall events took place on March 30. The event featured two award-winning photographers, Paul Nicklen and Cristina Mittermeier, who inspired many aspiring students that...

How public opinion on video games movies has changed

How public opinion on video games movies has changed

Daesha Lizama, Reporter May 23, 2022

Film adaptations of video games have always had a stigma with fans of said video games. Whether it be a lack of originality or terrible screenplays and casting. Video game movies have always had a negative...

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