Juliana Lozano

About Juliana Lozano

Juliana Lozano, ‘18, developed a love for medical science at a young age. From reading her mother’s medical textbooks to reading literature, her passion for the written word only grew from there. With support from her parents, Lozano plans on studying neurology with a specific interest in mental health and the chemistry behind it. Challenging herself through rigorous AP courses and college textbooks, Lozano’s goal is already in reach as she hopes to apply at the University of Southern California this fall. While attending USC, Lozano wishes to continue with her love of cheer that began six years ago through competition and sideline cheer. Over the summer, Lozano won All-American honors at a United Spirit Association cheer camp in Anaheim with her team. Finally, Lozano’s love of music prospered through the women’s ensemble, Bellezza, a group that earned two invitations to Carnegie Hall while she participated. Her love of music has continued from the fifth grade onward. Although this is only her second year on The Feather, Lozano enjoys writing and working on the paper. She is happy to be in all the things she loves in her last year at Fresno Christian.

Senior Reflection – Juliana Lozano

By |2019-05-14T14:02:06-07:00May 16th, 2018|Opinions|

Thirteen years ago, Juliana Lozano walked onto the Northeast Campus of Fresno Christian Elementary School with curly pigtails and an unparalleled excitement. Unbeknownst to me, it would become the place I called home for much of my life. The students and staff welcomed me in like I was a part of their family and this continued throughout my high school career.

Final Blog Post – Juliana Lozano

By |2019-05-10T13:38:36-07:00May 16th, 2018|Blogs, Juliana Lozano|

Farewell, book blogging! It feels incredibly odd to be leaving book blogging behind. Over the past two years on The Feather, I was able to read and review 22 books while also writing articles on school events and managing high school life. Some of my absolute favorite books came from blogging here. Highlights include Salt to the Sea, Vengeance Road, and A List of Cages.

Singing in the Big Apple, Campus choirs take New York Part 2

By |2018-04-16T10:32:52-07:00April 14th, 2018|Features|

Choir and ensemble take time to learn about history, space, and a variety of other interesting and fun topics in the American Museum of Natural History. After navigating the subway system, students explored in small groups throughout exhibits on the four floors of the famous museum. Many attended the planetarium show narrated by Neil deGrasse Tyson titled Dark Universe, while others decided to find features from the movie Night at the Museum, which contained many exhibits from the museum's collection.

Singing in the Big Apple, campus choirs take New York

By |2018-09-26T10:29:49-07:00April 11th, 2018|News|

The high school choir, Cantiamo and ensemble, Bellezza, began their journey to New York at 5 p.m. on April 9 and return on April 16. After leaving on their flight from the San Francisco Airport, students arrived at 7:30 a.m. sharp in the Newark airport. They then travelled to the historic The New Yorker hotel. The interior of the hotel is art-deco and stays true to the time it was constructed, in 1930. Some main features of the building include beautiful design, 40 floors, and a 24-hour diner.

BREAKING: Choir attends Cal Poly Spring Choral Festival

By |2018-04-17T10:45:22-07:00March 20th, 2018|News, Promo|

Fresno Christian elementary, junior high, and high school choirs all attend the Cal Poly Central Coast Spring Choral Festival, March 22. Junior high and high school meet at 6:30 a.m. and return by 8 p.m. Students begin traveling before sunrise to Cal Poly for the concert at 12 p.m. Choirs from all over the state attend and showcase their vocal talents. According to the official website, the Cal Poly Performing Arts Center sees between 35-50 schools each year, most of which are high schools (58%). Elementary students perform first in the lineup, performing at 10 a.m.  

A Wrinkle in Time empowers young people, encourages imagination

By |2018-04-14T14:12:17-07:00March 12th, 2018|Arts & Entertainment, Movies/TV, Reviews|

The movie adaption of the classic novel A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L'engle proves to be an empowering and accurate depiction. Directed by Ava DuVarnay, the movie drives home the importance of embracing faults and encourages diversity.

BREAKING: Final cheer competition, March 10

By |2018-03-19T14:56:52-07:00March 6th, 2018|Athletics, News, Winter|

Fresno Christian Varsity Cheer competes at Buchanan High School in the CIF cheer and dance competition, March 10. Fresno Christian competes at 2:16 p.m., but times are subject to slight changes. In division two, they will go head to head with Clovis West, Bullard, Clovis North, and Tulare Western.

Book Review: The Forgotten Book

By |2019-01-10T09:15:18-08:00February 26th, 2018|Blogs, Books, Juliana Lozano|

The Forgotten Book by Mechthild Glaser is unusual in comparison to normal young adult novels, mainly because it translated from German. The opening scene quickly draws in readers and entices them to stay in the beautiful world Glaser establishes. Main character Emma attends school in a castle called Stolzenburg, of which her father is headmaster. Her and her best friend, Charlotte, begin settling in when Emma notices a book in one of the chests in the unused library. The rest of the novel follows the discovery and intrigue of this mysterious book.