Category Archive: Arts and Entertainment

Movie Trailer Review: Nerve

By Guadalupe Zepeda Nerve is an action packed suspenseful movie. It follows Vee (Emma Roberts), a high school senior and Ian (Dave Franco). As many other movies, this movie was originally a book.… Continue reading

Room- Movie review

By Guadalupe Zepeda Nominated for four Oscars, Room is a movie that moves your heart. Room is told from the perspective of Jack ( Jacob Tremblay) and follows him and his mother “Ma”… Continue reading

Tulare Western has Talent!

  By: Ireland Livermore & Mia Rodriguez Who went to Tulare Western’s very first talent show? There were 21 events representing this year. Some of the events included singing, circus tricks, and dancing.… Continue reading


By: Sam Marquez We live in the “Cowtown” of California. A town you know you’ve entered, solely because of the smell. As nice as the weather may be at times, and as comforting as this blanket of… Continue reading

Whisper Challenge Ep.3

By Guadalupe Zepeda Featuring Shae, David Alcantar, and Raylee

Students React to Politics (Part 2)

By:Sam Marquez and Matthew Adams Micah Henderson, freshman, gave his opinions on the hypocrisy within the presidential candidates. (Viewer discretion is advised)

Students React to Politics (Part One)

By:Sam Marquez and Matthew Adams Destiny Mills agreed to talk about political hypocrisy involving the hot topics of abortion and Same Sex Unions.(Viewer discretion is advised)  

Whisper Challenge Ep.2

By Guadalupe Zepeda Featuring Nikki Vasquez and Harold

The Chernobyl Nuclear Diaster

By: Sam Marquez Radiation. Radiation. Radiation. Most people think of cancer treatment when they hear that word, but it wasn’t the case 30 years ago for those living in the now abandoned town of… Continue reading

Athlete Spotlight

By: Michael Olivares Kelcey Carrasco, senior, has played softball at Tulare Western for four years on varsity since her freshman year. Carrasco started playing softball when she was six years old. When she… Continue reading