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Black lives Matter Legislative Proposal

By Abby Corado The Black Lives Matter Movement is not just some social media trend that comes and goes but is a progressive coalition that only grows stronger and inspires other minority groups to take action and fight for their rights. The BLM political action committee has partnered up with the Working Families party announcing a legislative proposal. This legislative

College Checklist

By Aideth Palacios Hellooo class of 2021! Time has finally arrived, not as we had wished for but, it’s here. We are finally seniors! With all this chaos occurring of Covid-19 and school being closed down, we have not taken the time to prioritize what really matters–our future. Have you thought about what you wish to do? Perhaps continue on

Latest news on Cristiano Ronaldo

By Jahir Poz Cristiano Ronaldo tested positive for Covid-19, the Portuguese FA confirmed Tuesday morning, October 13, right after their game against France. Both Portugal and France have all tested negative following the news of Cristiano Ronaldo. He is set to miss the next three fixtures, one being an international game against Sweden, and the other two against F.C. Crotone

Movies to Watch About Teenagers

By Angelica Moreno  As a movie watcher, I always recommend movies to others and with quarantine, now is the time to spend movie watching. Here are ten movies about teens, I recommend viewing in your leisure time and as always, us at The Shoemaker Bugle do NOT condone or support illegal movie watching. (wink, wink) –Rebel Without a Cause (HBO

Seasonal drinks to order from Starbucks

By Mario Ruiz Going to Starbucks and want to order a fall drink? I’ve got the right one for you! A popular fall drink that has been going around TikTok is the Pumpkin Cold Foam Cold Brew and is just under 75 calories. You want to ask for a Grande Cold Foam Brew, one pump pumpkin sauce in the cold

Pandemic life: How much do you sleep?

By Denisse Sanchez According to media companies like Sleep Foundation, individuals have a harder time getting sleep and have affected their daily lives ever since the pandemic. Anxiety, social distancing, school/working from home, depression, and excess screen time are just a few things that make it difficult for people to get sleep. These challenges also occur when you don’t have

IOS 14 Update: How to customize your home screen

by Brianna Lucero The iOS 14 Apple update came out this September, and now people are bringing out their inner creative side when customizing their home screens.  On September 16 this year, the update came out with a lot of new features like the App Library which is exactly as it sounds. Your apps can now be categorized and separated,

Bulldogs Come Home

by Amya Felix On March 13 2020, distant learning took over the fundamentals of learning, the joy of interacting with friends, and the SEA’s motivational atmosphere. The feeling of frustration and desperation has damaged us all, day by day. Our mind, body and spirit can no longer do this! Students are feeling overwhelmed with homework and have difficulties understanding their work

THE 2020 DODGERS ARE THE WORLD CHAMPIONS!

By Jesus Suarez Third time’s the charm.  After losing the World Series in both 2017 and 2018, the Los Angeles Dodgers finally won the World Series, 4 games to 2 over the Tampa Bay Rays, bringing the championship back to Los Angeles for the first time since 1988. The Dodgers ended the 32-year drought by winning the deciding Game 6

Biden Wins 2020 Election

By Edmund Shryock–Political Correspondent On Saturday, November 6, 2020, after several tense days of counting votes, Joe Biden was elected to be the 46th President of the United States, with Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes enough to push him over the 270 electoral votes needed to secure victory. At 8:00pm EST, President-Elect Biden and Vice President-Elect Kamala Harris took the stage

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