Las Vegas Mass Shooting

Las Vegas Mass Shooting

Sinaii Washington, Staff Reporter

October 22, 2017


Filed under JLMS News, Opinion

The Las Vegas mass shooting was the biggest was  mass shooting in the U.S. The shooter's name is Stephen Paddock. He shot almost 60 people plus himself. He also injured 500 people . He managed to bring 17 assault rifle with 9 suitcases into the Mandalay Bay Hotel on the 32 floor. Update CBS news...

To Read or Not to Read

To Read or Not to Read

S. Stewart, Columnist

October 12, 2017


Filed under Columns, Showcase

What is up with “Anthem”? “All the world is a stage and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances.”  Shakespeare famously quoted. Anthem: Songs of Resistance and Hope, this year’s winter performance, travels beyond Shakespeare’s statement. Accord...

101 Guide on being a Katrina

101 Guide on being a Katrina

Charlotte Novoa, Editorial Board

October 5, 2017


Filed under Bulldog Blast, Culture, Interviews, Opinion, Showcase

Step One: Dress like you rolled out of a Thrift Store trash can from 1997. That’s oddly specific, but it's accurate(Ex: Giant flannel that doesn’t fit you, ratty converse, rolled up jeans that are also too big for you, and a shirt that doesn’t matter because it’s mostly covered by your fl...

Ghosts: Are They Real?

Ghosts: Are They Real?

Kevin Arevalo Ruiz, Staff Reporter

October 4, 2017


Filed under Culture, Opinion, Showcase

  Boo! Did I scare you? Maybe not but this spookey article will scare your pants off, so hold on tight to your pants. In this article we will be talking about ghosts as you can see by the title. We will be comparing people who believe in ghosts and people that don't belive in ghosts. If you ...

Why a shared lunch?

Why a shared lunch?

Evie Chien, Editor in Chief

October 3, 2017


Filed under Guard Dog Dining, JLMS News, Opinion, Showcase

          You may be wondering why 6th graders have to share with 8th graders. Well, the reason behind this is that this year’s 7th grade class is bigger that both the 6th and the 8th grade (not combined). Last year this year’s 7th grade class was in 6th grade and shared a lunch with this ye...

6th and 8th graders have lunch together

6th and 8th graders have lunch together

Maria Ortega, Staff Reporter

October 3, 2017


Filed under Guard Dog Dining, JLMS News, Opinion, Showcase

          Did you know that the 6th and 8th graders have lunch together? I think that the 8th graders should have there own lunch because they are bigger and they need there own space. A student said that she does not like to be with them because she said that they might fight with the 6th grader...

To Read Or Not To Read

S. Stewart, Columnist

September 28, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinion

Beginning of the year 2017 Hello, people of James Lick. Welcome to the new 2017-2018 school year! I hope this year for you will be filled with excitement and other junk like that. I do hate to repeat all the warm greetings people always say to start the year.   This column will be filled wit...

A letter from the Editor in Chief

September 27, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Dear readers,           My name is Evangeline Chien though some call me “Evie”. I am currently in seventh grade. I am a bilingual student since I know both Spanish and English (just because I’m Asian doesn’t mean I can’t speak Spanish fluently). Last year I had Ms. Dicharry as my ...

Is Lowell’s Education Better Than Any Other?

Is Lowell’s Education Better Than Any Other?

Tulabelle Roderick, Opinion Editor

September 19, 2017


Filed under Opinion

In the SFUSD school district many kids have the great opportunity to apply to the highschool of their choice. What is different about this system than many other school districts is that with some of the schools you don’t only have to apply. You either have to take a test, or audition. Since I am a...

How pigeons help humans and why they’re underrated

How pigeons help humans and why they’re underrated

Josiah Vargas, Staff Reporter

September 17, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Josiah Vargas  Pigeons are underrated!  There are a few questions that many people have about pigeons. Does each one of them create an estimate of 22-25 pounds of poop each 12 months? Yes. Can the poop spread diseases? YES and it’s called histoplasmosis.  Pigeons seem useless, but they actually played an outsiz...

What Happened to the Schedules?

Wyatt Drennan, Editorial Board

September 17, 2017


Filed under Opinion

   The schedules are broken. Although it might take a little time to get the schedules fully operational three weeks is where my patience runs out.    At first I thought that maybe it was just really hectic because of the new staff but nothing justifies messed up schedules 3 weeks into schoo...

DACA Ends?

DACA Ends?

Ariana Jimenez, Staff Reporter

September 17, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Do you hate Trump? I do. He ended DACA. That's  the most terrible thing a president could do! DACA helps young immigrants that grew up here and don’t have their  papers. Trump ended DACA because he is a racist man that doesn't  like Latinos. Ugggg I hate him!!! Since 2017 800,000 DACA  individuals known ...

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