Quit Toks

By Cuinn Huber In December of 2021 over four million Americans decided to quit their jobs among those several decided to do so via the most hip trendy app of the moment Tik Tok. These people have made what has come to be known as “quittoks” among the youth. This is just barely scratching theContinue reading “Quit Toks”

Crema Cafe 

By Kendyl Brower and Sophia Christensen  On our hunt for the best local cafe, we hit up ten different spots, rating environment, hours, location, and most importantly, coffee. After countless hours and too many lattes to count, we have granted Crema Cafe the honor of being our regular coffee shop. With an eclectic variety ofContinue reading “Crema Cafe “

Merry Eating!

By Alessandra Kelly With the holidays coming up, everyone is dying to know the highly prevalent question, “Which holiday provides the best food: Thanksgiving or Christmas?”  Thanksgiving—the one day I eat my grandmother’s signature stuffing. In all honesty, my grandmother’s cooking will always have my heart, but Thanksgiving is different. My grandmother not only cooksContinue reading “Merry Eating!”

Local Pho

By Jupiter Polevoi and Eric Vallen Although winters in California aren’t the most frigid, you can never go wrong with a nice warm bowl of Pho. No matter the circumstance, the rich broth, soft noodles, and fresh assortments of meats in the dish will give life to you. In many areas of the country, phoContinue reading “Local Pho”


By Laila Barboza  What can I write about potatoes? These oval-shaped vegetable carbs of goodness are the most popular food during the holidays, from morning potatoes to baked potatoes, from potato soups to potato wedges. There are so many endless possibilities of things to make with potatoes, and the best part is that they areContinue reading “Potatoes “