December 16, 2017

NMA Juniors Present to Professional Animators

Posted on December 7, 2017 by in News

Crimson Chronicle Reporter

Jocelyn Solis

Today marks a significant day for NMA history, as juniors finalize their project and present at Columbia College Hollywood. When becoming a junior in NMA, students are assigned a team and topic that will be graded and counted for three classes that are English, History and Digital Computers. They spend a whole semester creating an animation and gathering evidence to pitch their argument. The judges were not only Hollywood High School teachers but professional animators as well.

NMA teachers teach their students to always find solutions to obstacles they face. For Example, due to the recent fires in Ventura City, the juniors were unable to present at  Colombia College and were told their presentation will be held at school during periods two, three and four. It was a sudden change, but the students were able to adjust.

It is definitely a day that will be memorable for the juniors, considering the problems they did not expect. But congratulations to all NMA juniors that finally reached one of their biggest milestones.

Hollywood Film Museum Announced

Posted on December 5, 2017 by in News

Jasmine Cortez

Chronicle Reporter

After having tourist walk around Los Angeles without many visuals of the arts that began in Hollywood, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences decided to build one by 2019. Now, more than ever, people have been more invested in the modern cinematic world and how it all began. Based on the information from VOA News, it appears the making of such museum is already put to action.

They say the museum is set to be built on a historic Los Angeles Department store that was built in 1939. The structure of the building is going to include a glass dome that would allow people to view the Hollywood Hills. It will also include a 1,000-seat theater under it. Making this museum will be 27,000-square-meter and cost about $388 million.

Included in the museum will have the Academy’s collection of 80,000 screenplays and 12 million photographs. Many famous films and Oscar winners will showcase collections as well. A few that will be included would be “Casablanca”, “The Ten Commandments”, and “Psycho” by Alfred Hitchcock. Along with film collections, there will be Oscar winners who will donate statuettes to make the public have a film experience. Screenplays and scripts will also be included, much like a page of the “To Kill A Mockingbird” film with annotations by Gregory Peck himself.

Mayor Eric Garcetti believes it will be a great addition to Los Angeles because it will allow people to see the different parts of the film industry all at one, past and present. After 90 years of proposing to build a museum for the film industry, the time has come for everyone to see what really happens behind the scenes and what comes after.

Read the article at their website: http://www.voanews.com/a/movie-museum-coming-soon-to-hollywood/4143171.html

Get ready at UCLA AP Readiness

Posted on December 1, 2017 by in Announcements, News

 Katie Adaya

Chronicle Reporter

Tomorrow is the last day of this semester for STEM AP Readiness at UCLA’s campus. This workshop is very beneficial for students taking an AP course in those subjects. It gives students a grasp of what is going to appear on the AP test next school semester on May.

This workshop is intended for students to strengthen their knowledge in areas they needed to improve on or just to give students an overall view of what is crucial when taking the AP test. These “workshops [are] providing students with the skills necessary to be successful in college level classes and hands-on AP activities” according to UCLA AP Readiness Program.

There are two sessions a day, the first one beginning from  9:15-10: 55 a.m. and the second session from 11:15-1:00 p.m with a 20 minute break in between. You are able to choose two classes a day in which you feel you need most improvement on.

Make sure to attend tomorrow to help you prepare for the AP test next semester. Also, visit their website to look for future dates for either STEM or HUMANITIES. Don’t miss out on these great opportunities. https://centerx.gseis.ucla.edu/ap-readiness/

Hollywood will be serving the two masters

Posted on November 29, 2017 by in Features, News

Novalee Lopez

Crimson Chronicle Reporter

Once again the schools Performing Arts Magnet is putting on another play. Only this time the cast won’t be filled with zombies, this time the play takes place in the late 1700’s influenced with Italian culture. The school will be performing The Servant of Two Masters, which is more of a classic play compared to the last show that was put on. This play has quite the standards to uphold, all the plays that the school’s Performing Arts Magnet has ever put on has never disappointed so this time should not be different.

Some students have already seen a quick scene of the play when the King of Nigeria visited the school a few weeks back. The play was a real crowd-pleaser, students were laughing and looked interested in what was going on. The first showing of the play is November 30 and the last showing is December 3, students and family should come out and show support towards the schools Performing Arts Magnet

November 14 is National Pickle Day

Posted on November 14, 2017 by in News

Jacob Hu

Chronicle Reporter

Today is national pickle day which means that every pickle you buy will be 22% off. National pickle day has been celebrated for more than 70 years, every November 14 and this year is no different. Four Lakes Processing Collective, Madison’s premier pickler of local produce, encourages all people living in Dane County to enjoy some pickles. FLPC is organized by Healthy Food For All of Dane County, as a way to support food recovery and waste reduction.

FLPC has pickled hundreds of pounds of local cucumbers, zucchini, beans and other produce within the past couple of months since its launch this summer.

“Americans eat more than five million pounds of pickles every year and the range of pickled products we’re free to enjoy continues to grow,” Joe Mingle, a FLPC organizer, said.

Happy National Pickle Day!

Spread awareness world diabetes day

Posted on November 14, 2017 by in News

Guadalupe Huerta

Chronicle Reporter

November 14 is World Diabetes Day. Diabetes is becoming an epidemic. Many young people are getting diabetes. This day is dedicated to spread the importance of taking actions to confront the issue as a critical global health problem.

425 million adults have diabetes. 1 out of 2 are not diagnosed. It is important to know the signs and check with your regular doctor.

Some symptoms may include:

  •  Hunger and thirst
  • Fatigue
  • Frequent urination (more than usually)
  • Dry mouth and itchy skin 
  • Blurry vision
  • Slow-healing cuts
  • Pain or numbness in the feet
  • Unplanned weight loss
  • Nausea and vomiting

One should stay alert and have regular checkup. Diabetes can affect anyone. It does not matter your age.

Senior Class T-Shirt Election

Posted on November 9, 2017 by in News

Aline Sanchez

Chronicle Reporter

Finally the senior class T-Shirt has been chosen. Although, it took Mrs. Elizabeth Payne and the student council to get students to nominate designs. They had to extend the deadlines by two months due to the fact that not many students were participating. About 50% of the senior class voted to chose a design. Here are the nominees:

Design (A) By Julianne Cueto

Design (B) By Cheyenne Wells-Green

Design (C) By Cheyenne Wells-Green

Design (D) By Marlyn Santos-Serpas

Design (E) By Luisa Manokyan

And the winner is…

Design (A) By Julianne Cueto.

Next semester is the start of a new era

Posted on November 8, 2017 by in News

Chronicle Reporter
America Flores-Hernandez

Principal Sanchez announced a few months back that she would no longer be in the position of being principal of HHS. Since then, HHS Hiring Committee members have considered who will be able to take Mrs. Sanchez’s place based upon interviews with select candidates for the position. Within the last month, final decisions were narrowed down with the final say coming from Principal Sanchez herself in an email sent to faculty and staff, addressing the individual.

In the email, she announced that, “the new Hollywood High School Principal is Mr. Edward Colacion, the current principal at Young Oak Kim Academy – a middle school within the Los Angeles Unified School District focusing on science, technology, engineering and mathematics, also known as STEM.” She also mentions, “Mr. Colacion will begin at HHS on January 8th, 2018.” Meaning that coming weeks of the fall semester will allow her to remain with us until Friday, December 15th, which is her last day. The email concludes with, “our sincere gratitude goes to the HHS Hiring Committee members for their time, commitment and involvement in this important process.”

With the prospect of a new principal, students, faculty and staff can expect some changes to arrive once the next semester begins in a new year.

A new star in the Walk of Fame

Posted on November 7, 2017 by in News

Oscar Perez

Chronicle Reporter

Picture credit: People Music

There is a new star in Hollywood Walk of Fame. The star is dedicated to Selena and no not Selena Gomez, but to Selena Quintanilla. Selena was a famous singer and her music was mostly Spanish and it mostly talked about love. One of her most famous song was “Bidi Bidi Bom Bom”. Selena was born  on April 16, 1971 in Texas.

Selena was shot by Yolanda Saldivar, a nurse that had no criminal record, on March 31, 1995 and did not survive the wound and she died at a young age twenty-three. She died in here home state in Texas. Many fans were devastated with the news when it came out in the news.

After twenty-two years after her death Selena finally gets a star in the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame. Her star is located at Vine street & Hollywood Blvd, so the star will not be such a long walk from Hollywood.

Go get a free meal on National Sandwich Day

Posted on November 3, 2017 by in News

Nick Macadaan

Chronicle Reporter

If you enjoy sandwiches and you like free food, today is your day because it is national sandwich day. This is the only day of the year in which people can get free meals from their favorite shops and celebrate the beauty of sandwiches at the same time. Many of your favorite food places will have deals in place today including Subway and Baskin Robbins. Here is a full list of shops that will have deals today:

 

Subway: Buy a sub and a 30 ounce drink and you get a sub for free.

 

Quiznos: Buy an 8-inch Classic Italian sandwich for $5 and get a free 4-inch sub using their app.

 

Arby’s: Get a free roast beef sandwich with the purchase of a drink when you sign up for their newsletter.

 

Baskin Robbins: Get a single-scoop warm cookie sandwich for $1.99 using their app.

 

Jersey Mike’s: Get $2 off of any sub with their coupon from their app or social media.