by Rachel Salisbury Editor-in-Chief As David Foster Wallace wrote in his novel Infinite Jest, “Everybody is identical in their secret unspoken belief that way deep down they are different from everyone else.” […]
by Montana Fowler Editor-in-Chief When I asked senior Sarah Ma how she would introduce herself to someone new, she replied, “If I were talking to someone I think I could possibly scare […]
by Montana Fowler Editor-in-Chief “Live in the moment and think ahead. That’s my motto,” recited senior Tessa Joy Davis. Tessa passed away on Jan. 7 due to a rare lung cancer doctors diagnosed a […]
by Liat Rubin Editor-in-Chief Check out some of senior Henry Moss’s awesome sketches and animations, and look at his People article in this month’s El Gato.
by Cole Potter Web Editor Everyone has a hobby. Whether it is playing guitar, binge watching television shows, or obsessively playing board games, one must always have an outlet for the pent […]
Shota Homma may be just a sophomore, but his musical abilities are already at a level comparable to most professional musicians.
Today’s most prestigious rap icons consist of Juicy J, Lil Debbie, Iggy Azalea, Kreayshawn, A$AP Rocky, and of course, LGHS’s finest, Yung JB. Ever since junior Jordan Brown was “yung” she would constantly jot down her ideas as lyrics and poems in her favorite Hello Kitty journal.
Last year Sophomore Eleni Kokinos and her family decided to put aside work and school in favor of traveling the world. Kokinos’ rare experience allows her to make several insightful comments about the countries and cultures she and her families discovered.