Category: Lifestyle

Advice / by Miracle Vincent -

Holiday Travel Tips

If you traveling or heading out of town during the holiday season it is important to realize that there are hundreds, maybe even thousands that have the same idea as…

Food / by Jacob Sykes -

Inside a Passover Seder

The Jewish holiday Passover is going on this week, but how much do people know about its deep-seated traditions? Passover is the celebration of the Jewish people’s escape from Egyptian…

Broadcast / by Kimberly Pressler -

The Delicious Luncheon

The Culinary Arts Department has been holding Luncheons on Thursday mornings in which Students have used their skills in preparation for these events. Cindy Schwanke Culinary Arts Department Chair explains…

Lifestyle / by Cody Taylor -

Secret Menus of SCV

Secret Menus at restaurants have become one of the most discussed topics on social media. However; man people will not attempt to order an item on one of these menus…

Lifestyle / by Cody Taylor -

Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween can be one of the most enjoyable times of the year, but there are certain dangers that come along with the festivities of the holiday. It is important to…

Feature / by Stevie Leonard -

Got water?

It’s no secret that the recent drought has hit California hard, especially here in Santa Clarita. With little sign of rain, residents have once again prepared for the upcoming drought season.

Feature / by Cougar News Contributor -

Best places to study in Santa Clarita

Is studying at home unbearable? Does the school library make you fall asleep while studying for your Chemistry final? Our own Megan Trawick scoured through the Santa Clarita Valley to find the best places in town for you and your study group.

Feature / by Lindsay Maxoutopoulis -

Run by the Sun

With discussions of needing immediate reduction in carbon emissions at the U.N. climate conference last week, one Santa Clarita family is ahead of the curb on clean energy technology.

Health / by Faris Soudani -

Chipotle: Pioneer to saving Mother Earth

This is a major feat for the company, as 88 percent of the world’s corn supply is genetically engineered. The types of GMM (genetically modified maize) can range from corn that is grown to be resistant to certain pesticides to survive through the use of harsh chemicals, to corn that naturally breeds insecticides to ward off the crop-killing bugs.

Arts & Entertainment / by Monique Urquidez -

Valentine’s Day Fashion

Valentine’s can be the perfect time to pull out your impressive pieces, so don’t be afraid to show off that romantic dress or flirty skirt! But you don’t have to feel overwhelmed with options: you can make the day special by keeping your outfit simple and casual as well.

Lifestyle / by Hunter Peters -

Don’t open that umbrella inside

For generations superstitions have been apart of our culture. Ranging from avoiding cracks on the sidewalk to not opening an umbrella inside, superstitions have been an answer to our biggest problems and are often as a result of people believing there is something that they can do to control a situation.

Lifestyle / by Aldo Canepa -

Make the best of your time

Time, time, time. It’s something us students can’t seem to have enough of. Yet, professors lay down all this homework, essays, articles or projects on us, meanwhile our bosses give us more hours, more responsibilities, and more of a headache. So what exactly are we supposed to do?

Lifestyle / by Halie Cook, Staff Writer -

Daycation Mountain High

Looking for something to do on your day off? Don’t have a lot of time? The Mountain High Ski Resort is only an hour and a half drive from the Santa Clarita Valley and there is fun for the whole family.

Feature / by Jessica Pineda -

Making mistakes and making magic

I am striving to do my best work, create magic, and make the most of my time here. Hopefully, what I am doing here is just the sprout of what I dream will blossom into a career within Walt Disney Parks & Resorts.