Since new technological upgrades began, a new term emerged - media literacy: the ability to access, analyze, evaluate and act using all forms of communication. Busy as schedules may seem, 30-40 percent of media literacy takes up part of most people’s day. Examples can be seen by scrolling through social media, watching television commercials, movies, billboards and the like.
With COVID-19 outbreak continuing its impact across the globe, students often find that excess free time starts to emerge. A hobby that has become popularized by the media is binging TV shows. There are many streaming services that have a wide range of original movies and tv.
Beginning with five students in a closet in August 1995, to becoming a national award-winning online newspaper with over 30 students, The Feather advisor Greg Stobbe leads staffers, as they consistently overcome the odds to be nominated for various local and national awards since 2006.
Good Company Players presents Something Rotten, a musical-comedy taking place during the Renaissance era at Roger Rocka's Dinner Theatre, Jan. 16-March 15. Intertwining history and comedic elements, the "funniest musical comedy in at least 400 years", according to Time Out New York, surpassed expectations. Something Rotten follows two brothers, Nick and Nigel Bottom and their journey to out-write Shakespeare. This process of compiling a production with singing, dancing and recitations invites the audience into a 1590s passage to self-discovery.
Varsity and junior high cheer teams take the mat at Azusa Pacific competing in the FCC West Coast National Championships, Feb. 1. Overcoming illnesses, injuries, and late nights of cheering at basketball games, the FC varsity cheer team ended the week by taking home the title of Grand Champions for the second year in a row. Along with this accomplishment, the squad also placed first in their intermediate division.
Everyday, journalists put into practice their First Amendment rights. Specifically, they implement the freedom of speech and press. The Student Press Law Center (SPLC) is an organization that provides help to students, upholding their title as reporters in the journalism world.
Passing and shooting for over ten years, junior Arun Singh started playing soccer in his backyard at the age of six. His passion for "The Beautiful Game" led him to join a local club team at the age of ten and later compete on the FC field with the varsity boys team. Coming off of the team's recent victory at the Garces Tournament, Singh anticipates finishing off his third high school season with a win. As a starting player since freshman year, Singh shares his strategies used out on the field.
The Oracle Arena in Oakland, CA lit up in purple for the return of the Jonas Brothers, Dec. 12. Earlier this year, the three brothers Joe, Nick and Kevin Jonas officially reunited after a six year musical hiatus. Their comeback album Happiness Begins released June 7 and debuted No. 1 on Billboard 200. Following the success of the release, the brothers posted tour dates for the Happiness Begins Tour. Shows sold out in minutes and left fans wanting more from the
As the countdown to Christmas continues, Clovis and Fresno residents often start to engage in local holiday activities. Driving and walking down the various lanes around town allows visitors to view light displays, spend time with family and friends and engage with the community.
The eigth graders head down to Simi Valley for the 30th annual Ronald Reagan Trip, Nov. 14. This trip occurs in anticipation of the upcoming Constitution test that eighth graders take at the end of the semester. While departure time remains at 8 a.m., a restroom break will be provided at Travelers Advantage around 10 a.m depending on traffic. Two hours later students will eat lunch at a shopping mall in Simi Valley on Madera Road and Royal Ave.