August 22, 2019

Seniors sign off to college

Posted on May 3, 2019 by in Features

Seniors sign off to college

Salma Rodriguez

Chronicle Reporter

Today Hollywood senior students were able to enjoy some fun out in the sun at the quad during their fourth period class to celebrate college signing day. At the event, they gave ice cones, popcorn, and had customized shirts. There were also life size games like Tic-Tac-Toe, Connect Four, Jenga, and toss the bean bags. There was also music that was played and enjoyed by everyone to make the event even more livid and exciting.

I asked some students about their thoughts on the event overall just to see how they had enjoyed it, what they liked about it, and how it went. Here is what they had to say:

Roselyn Lopez, 12th grader PAM student said, “College signing day wasn’t too bad overall, I really enjoyed the games and the popcorn was delicious.”

Ali Dugally, 12th grader SAS student said, “I feel like the college signing event today was more fun due to the games provided, rather than the actual college admission appreciation. I feel like it gave us students an opportunity to talk together about the colleges we are going to and how we feel about it.”

“On My Block” Season 2 now out on Netflix

Posted on March 29, 2019 by in Entertainment

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Salma Rodriguez

Chronicle Reporter

The long awaited season 2 of “On My Block” has finally been released on Netflix and everyone is raving about it. I decided to go around campus and ask some students to see how they felt about season two being out.

Daphne Gonzalez, 10th grade SAS student said, “I want to binge watch the show but I don’t want to wait a year for season three so I’m going to stretch episodes because the season is really good and funny.”

Maryjane Vielma, 12th grade SAS student said, “I’m going to binge watch the new season, I absolutely love this show. I can relate to the show a lot, and I’m sure many other people like my age can too.”

Jaylene Pitones, 9th grade PAM student said, “I am excited because the first season was good part can’t wait to see what’s next.”

Ali Dugally, 12th grade SAS student said, “The show represents real life situations that we experience in our daily, and that is why I feel it is worthy of my time. It is also interesting and fun to watch with my girl.”

If you have never seen the show, click here to watch the trailer for season one.

Season 2 trailer here.

An update to Women’s Day

Posted on March 8, 2019 by in Features

An update to Women's Day

Chronicle Reporter

Salma Rodriguez

Today we are celebrating International Women’s Day and to follow up on a previous story here’s an update. Hollywood High showed their support for women by handing out T-shirts at the Parent Center. In total there were 700 shirts passed out, donated by the Hollywood Neighborhood Council.

What are students doing to celebrate Women’s Day? Daphne Gonzalez, SAS, 10th grader said, “I will be donating to a charity that helps and supports women in any type of way, shape or form.”

Alessandra Mendez, PAM, 9th grader said, “I will be going to a parade for women’s day.”

Juan Gaytan, SAS, 9th grader said, “I’m going to be telling women how grateful I am to have them in my life and how they have such a huge impact on society.”

Prepare yourself for the Oscars

Posted on February 15, 2019 by in Entertainment

Prepare yourself for the Oscars

Chronicle Reporter

Salma Rodriguez

The long awaited award show, the Oscars, is just around the corner with only 9 days left before it airs on live television. The Oscars awards actors and actresses for their on screen performances so be ready Feb 24 at 5 pm PST, to see your favorite celebrities come together to celebrate and gain recognition for their hard work and accomplishments.

The nominees you should expect for best picture are; Black Panther, Blackkklansman, Bohemian Rhapsody, The Favourite, Green Book, Roma, A Star is Born, and Vice. For actor in a leading role; Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper, Willem Dafoe, Rami Malek, and Viggo Mortensen, have been nominated. The nominated actresses for leading role are; Yalitza Aparicio, Glenn Close, Olivia Colman, Lady Gaga, and Melissa McCarthy. Actors Mahershala Ali, Adam Driver, Sam Elliott, Richard E. Grant, Sam Rockwell were all nominated for actor in a supporting role. The actresses that can possibly be taking home the award for actress in supporting role are; Amy Adams, Marina de Tavira, Regina King, Emma Stone, or Rachel Weisz. Last but not least, the nominees for animated feature film are; Incredibles 2, Isle of Dogs, Mirai, Ralph Breaks the Internet, and Spider-man: Into the Spider Verse.

Holiday Season at LA’s Pop Up Shops

Posted on November 29, 2018 by in Features

Holiday Season at LA's Pop Up Shops

Salma Rodriguez

Chronicle Reporter

Thinking of some unique gifts to give friends and family members this festive season? Look no further, LA’s unique holiday pop up market is here just in time for christmas. In this upcoming weekend, not only will you be able to help celebrate their 10th anniversary but you will also get the opportunity to shop from 300 selected independent designers and artists. You can find one-of-a-kind gifts that range from beauty, jewelry, clothing, baby gifts to home decor and art. This event will provide DJs, DIY projects, and photo booths so they can be enjoyed with friends and family.

From Saturday Dec. 2 to Sunday Dec. 3 you can join in on the fun at California Market Center (CMC), 110 E 9th St, Los Angeles, CA 90079. They are open from 10 am to 5 pm. General Admission tickets are $15 and VIP tickets are $35, children of ages 12 and under enter for free and parking will be available for $7.

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/unique-markets-holiday-popup-downtown-la-tickets-51571530837?janus_fv=exp_eb_86972_related_events%3DA

 

Fall Dance Show has us “Stuck in a Dream”

Posted on November 2, 2018 by in Features

Fall Dance Show has us "Stuck in a Dream"

Salma Rodriguez

Chronicle Reporter

Hollywood High is having their annual Fall Dance Show, put together by the Performing Arts Magnet students. The director and the school’s dance teacher, Ms. Goldschein, tries to show a story through movement. One can expect and enjoy dances of different genres that vary from classical ballet to contemporary movement and jazz. At the end, all these dances come together to create and tell one whole story. Snacks will be sold just outside the auditorium for people to enjoy during the show.

This show can be experienced in the auditorium starting Friday, Nov. 2 to Sunday, Nov. 4. The show will start at 7 pm on Friday and Saturday and at 2 pm on Sunday. You can expect the show to last for two hours with it ending around 9 pm on Friday and Saturday and ending at 4 pm on Sunday. The entrance fee will be $2 for students with their ID, $5 for seniors and students without ID, and $7 for adults.

Enjoy a Fall Night with Street Food Cinema

Posted on October 11, 2018 by in Features

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Salma Rodriguez

Chronicle Reporter

Street Food Cinema is a family event that includes street food, music, and outdoor movies. Starting from Oct. 13 this event will show movies throughout the month of different genres and generations.

The movies you should expect to see start off on the first day of this event is the classic horror film of 1963; Halloween. Then towards the end of the month, the event will come close to an end with the showing of one of the newest family loved disney movies; Coco on Oct. 20. This day will be most special because the latino community will be able to watch the movie in Spanish with their friends and family and even enjoy some traditional latin dancing.

This event can be enjoyed throughout different parts of Los Angeles such as Downtown, Culver City, Glendale, Hollywood, Griffith Park, and Universal City. General admission for adult is $17 and for children between ages through 6-11 it is $6. The diverse environment provided by the Street Food Cinema welcomes everyone.

http://www.streetfoodcinema.com


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