• Whites, Camera, Action!

    Whites, Camera, Action!

    Taryn Wash, Staff Writer

    February 12, 2016

    There has been talk recently concerning the diversity, or the lack thereof, in the nominations for the 88th annual Academy Awards. This is the second consecutive year in which the lack of diversity—and African Americans, to be specific—has been a concern of the public. What’s the deal? Last year, it was more reasonable as to why there were not...

    Oscar nominees for Best Actor

  • Pray For Humanity

    Pray For Humanity

    Zoe Adler, Opinion Editor

    November 19, 2015

    In case you have had your head in the sand for the last week, Paris was stricken by a horrific series of terrorist attacks on Friday, November 13. The attacks, claimed by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), took a total of 129 lives, including Cal State Long Beach student Nohemi “Mimi” Gonzalez, who was spending a semester abroad at the...

    Google Images and Zoe Adler

  • The National Holidays Epidemic

    The National Holidays Epidemic

    Kaitlyn Frawley, Staff Writer

    November 9, 2015

    Leave Zucchini on Your Neighbor’s Porch Day is celebrated August 8. Take Your Plants for a Walk Day is on July 27. Answer Cats’s Questions Day falls on January 22. We are currently in an epidemic of random and unnecessary holidays. The good news is that civilization will most likely survive. However, society is a different matter. Surprisingly,...

    This calendar depicts all the crazy holidays in the month of November.

    Kaitlyn Frawley

  • If You Want to Talk, Come Find Me

    If You Want to Talk, Come Find Me

    Nia Thompson, Staff Writer

    October 22, 2015

    Look around at any given moment and you will most likely see people attached to their phones, eyes fixated on screens, drool possibly spilling from their mouths. Though it probably seems like everyone has had a touchscreen baby since the prehistoric era, the birth of the smartphone we know and obsess over today only occurred about eight years ago....

Poly’s Run of the Century

Jessica Alcala, Staff Writer

This past Saturday April 23, Poly’s JROTC participated in the CSULB ROTC Centennial 5K run. The National Guard, and Army Reserve also participated in this event, celebrating 100 years of leadership and excellence. It took...

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New Bunnies to the Bunch

Jessica Alcala, Morgan Luke, Carl Olson, Alexis Phaniphon, Briana Pereira, Nia Thompson, and Taryn Wash

“I graduated from Poly, and I want to give back to the program that made me who I am.” Thanh Van, AP Physics “[I will help] students pass their classes by providing them with good teaching ev...

September 24, 2015No Comments

  • Poly Royalty September 14, 2015
  • Thanks for everything, Poly. June 22, 2015

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Music Collaboration in the Works

September 24, 2015

Unifying The Arts is a project thought up by Ms. Goyette, ...

Band Springs Into Final Concert of the Year

June 21, 2015

Poly’s Spring Band concert was held at Cal State...

Senior Pianists Perform for the Last Time

June 21, 2015

Poly seniors took to the Longfellow Elementary School...

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