What are you Most Excited for this Halloween?/2017 Pumpkin Patch

Nicole Chavez, Alexa Magtoto
October 10, 2017

  It’s that time of the year where Pumpkin Spice Lattes are all the rage and Pumpkin Patches are the trendy hang out spots. As we fall into the month of October we decided to see what our fellow Titans were up to for the upcoming fall holiday.  “ I love Halloween, but as you get older it isn’t... Read more »

Things to Do in Las Vegas- What Kind Of Person Are You?

Amber Castro, Yisel Campos, Jacklyn Santacruz
September 22, 2017

  Las vegas is home to many casinos and activities. Its also home to many young adults who don’t really know what is offered to them in an adult city. But we got you covered. There are actually a lot activities in this city where  young adults can have just as much fun.  Fun & Adventure:... Read more »

Stress-Management Tips for Students at ECTA

Demeo, Garcia, Soto, Carrillo
September 22, 2017

Students in high school or college have many responsibilities, such as homework, part-time jobs, tests, and other tasks they need to check off from their list of obligations. Stress is the product of students prioritizing and finishing work in order to become successful in school and extracurricular... Read more »

Is The RompHim The New Hot Summer Trend?

Brenda Trujillo
May 23, 2017

The romper was introduced to the public in the 1900s as a clothing piece for children. In 2006 it became a women’s clothing trend. Now, in 2017 ACED are producing rompers for men called RompHims.   According to chicago.cbslocal.com the RompHim, “Is a one-piece garment, featuring a button-up... Read more »

Trends to try out this summer

Cianna Gundayao
May 23, 2017

As the school year ends, the summer begins, and thus, a whole new adventure awaits. Along with spontaneous trips and little adventures comes new summer trends for everyone to try out. From cute lacy dresses to halter tops, summer 2017 is definitely one full of new fashion trends to look forward to. Since... Read more »

The United States Of Gender

Brenda Trujillo, Valeria Gutierrez, Priscilla Tomsen, Megan Shark
March 17, 2017

Last year, in May, Barack Obama signed an executive order that stated public schools had to let transgender students use the bathroom they identify with and if they ignored this law their funds would be taken away. This was seen as an enormous win for the LGBTQ+ community who have felt segregated for... Read more »

Senior Superlatives Nominees

Mary Stephens
March 17, 2017

  It’s that time of the year again! Seniors get to vote for the Senior Superlatives. Some of the categories you can nominate your friends for are: Best Smile Most likely to cure cancer Best hair Most talkative And many many more! Every year in March,  the nominations come out and later in... Read more »

Let It Snow

Britney Smith, Kennedy Bunn, Penelope Ridley, Andrea Salgado, Hennah Ramit
December 12, 2016

As they say, “The weather outside is frightful and the fire is so delightful, and since there’s no place to go let it snow, let it snow, let it snow.” Winter is already here with Christmas around the corner. There is only one week left of school before winter break! Students and... Read more »

DIY Holiday Gift Ideas

Shasta Sonson & Alondra Deltoro
December 8, 2016

  Hot Chocolate Jar– This easy Christmas gift is so simple to make at home yourself, and is great to give to someone who enjoys drinking hot chocolate during the cold seasons.   If you prefer to you can change the item that is inside of the jar.  Globe Cookie Jar- Abandon the tradition... Read more »

The Adventurous Magical Forest

Alejandra Padilla
December 2, 2016

Magical Forest in Las Vegas is a must if you want somewhere to have a good time during the winter; it’s a great place to get together with friends and family. Magical Forest is like a winter wonderland with a forest full of millions of sparkling lights, a mini train ride through the forest, a carousel,... Read more »

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