Make sure to check out Cirque Du Soleil this weekend and read El Gato’s review in the 2019 March issue!
By Wilma Wei Culture Editor 2019 starts a new year and a fresh beginning for many people who make New Year’s Resolutions – a list of things that they want to accomplish […]
By Morgan Tinsley Sports Editor After the release of Netflix’s new horror movie Bird Box in mid-December of last year, everyone and their grandma took to social media platforms to declare their […]
By Delaney Brown People Editor Every February, the Oscars cause millions of people to flock to their TV screens to catch a glimpse of their favorite movie stars as they strut across […]
by Thomas Petroff Sports Editor Last Thursday, Ms. Aguayo hosted a taco festival, with all profits being donated towards the Paradise Fire cause. Students, teachers, and anyone else were welcome to the […]
By Gabrielle Pollock and Katherine Monsef Opinion Editor and Graphics Designer On Dec. 7, LGHS welcomed all students to an eye opening presentation on Kwanzaa in the theater during tutorial. Venus Jones, […]
Dear staff or others whom this should concern, At the end of August, I had a panic attack at school. Like most peers my age, I have minor anxiety; so far, the […]
By Gabrielle and Madeline Pollock Opinion and Culture Editor On Sat., Nov. 10, The Tech Museum of Innovation hosted its first Youth Climate Action Summit. The museum’s student board put on the […]
During the midterm elections on Tuesday, Nov. 6, voters across the country handed in ballots, voting for not only their favorite candidates but also choosing whether or not they supported various state propositions. Below, El Gato News provides a summary of the results of the 11 California propositions on the ballots, and what those final decisions mean for citizens.
by Ashley Hagar and Sami Linden People Editor and Graphics Designer If you’ve seen a splatter painted BMW parked on Los Gatos Blvd and pondered its backstory, read the October issue of […]