The only entity going door to door in L.A. County this Halloween will be the coronavirus. On September 9, the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health (DPH) released its Halloween guidance for 2020. The list includes allowed activities as well as a reminder for everyone to practice good personal health. With California as a leading state in COVID-19 cases, it was first announced that Halloween would be cancelled altogether. This caused an outrage through the public.
The tragic events of 2020 threw a wrench into the fabulous plans that everyone made at the start of the year. Actually, 2020 has been more like a hailstorm of wrenches wrecking everything that it comes into contact with. For several music lovers and avid concert-goers, the announcement of the COVID-19 pandemic at the beginning of the year meant that lots of music artists would be cancelling or postponing their shows. These cancellations at the very beginning of the pandemic
The live action remake of the 1998 film Mulan has been talked about all during 2020. People have been very excited to see what Disney would do with their iconic princess movie, but there is skepticism over how much this new version of “Mulan” lived up to their previous expectations. Their action-packed movie definitely gave the public the warrior spirit Mulan is known for. The battle scene between the Imperial Army and the Rouran fighting force was very impactful, with Mul
With everyone being cooped up in their homes, many have used this opportunity to explore new creative avenues with their hairstyles. Here are some unique ways to spice up your appearance that will surely impress everyone on Zoom. Curtain Bangs This hairstyle puts a unique twist on regular cut bangs by being cut at an angle rather than straight across. The angle cut creates a slide to slide flow that mimics the opening of curtains. Many people have grown to enjoy this trend, b
With the introduction of online schools across the globe, many students and teachers have had to learn the ropes of online conferencing platforms such as Zoom and Google Meet. In a survey through Instagram, roughly 80% of the GHS students that participated noted they prefer Zoom over Google Meet, many saying, “Google Meet is laggy and glitchy,” or they've “just become used to Zoom because most classes use it.” Some students even felt like the district should conduct all clas