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LA Pride is right around the corner

Posted on May 30, 2019 by in News


Yadira Romero

Chronicle Reporter

One of the biggest events of Los Angeles is almost here. The LA Pride is a two-day festival at the West Hollywood Park, which includes a march on Sunday. It will begin on June 8 and end on June 9 and it will start from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.. According to Timeout, about half a million people attend this hyped event. Anyone is able to attend to show support. If you happen to be available these days, I recommend that you attend this event. Local color is provided by drag queens, divas, and DJs.

If you want to go for one day it will be $25 and if you want to go for the two days it will be $35. There will also be singers attending such as Meghan Trainor and Cupcakke. If you do happen to go be safe but also have fun.

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Tips on how to enjoy Grad Night

Posted on May 9, 2019 by in Features


Yadira Romero

Chronicle Reporter

This Friday the seniors will attend one of their biggest senior activities, which is Grad Night at Disneyland. After having a stressful year, the seniors will be able to let loose and enjoy the night at the happiest place in the world.

To the seniors who are going, do not forget to meet at the Orange gate by 3:30 p.m. or else you will be left behind. Here’s a list of what you should do to ensure that you enjoy your time at Disneyland.

-Be sure to wear comfortable sneakers because you will be walking a lot.

-Bring money in case you want to buy something that you really like.

-Take pictures to have memories.

-Bring a sweater because it will be cold at night.

-Don’t forget to bring a portable charger because it’s a long drive to Disney so you might drain your battery.

-Don’t stray away from your friends.

-Lastly, have fun and be safe!

Recognize these empowering women

Posted on March 28, 2019 by in Features


Yadira Romero

Chronicle Reporter

Women’s History Month is about to end and there hasn’t been much recognition. Before the month ends, let’s recognize these women who have accomplished so much.

1.Amelia Earhart

She became the first woman to cross the Atlantic in an airplane.

2.Harriet Tubman

She helped slaves escape through the Underground Railroad and was considered the first African American woman to serve in the military.

3.Sonia Sotomayor

She became the first Hispanic justice nominee on the United States Supreme Court.

Official Portrait of Justice Sonia Sotomayor

4. Dolores Huerta

She is an American labor leader and civil rights activist and is a co-founder of the National Farmworkers Association.

Huerta organizes marchers in Coachella, Calif., in 1969. She’s been an outspoken activist for the rights of farmworkers and the downtrodden for much of her life

5.Michelle Obama

She is the first African-American First Lady, a lawyer and university administrator and writer.

Embrace the day of love

Posted on February 13, 2019 by in Features

Romantic Dining

Yadira Romero

Chronicle Reporter

Valentine’s Day is tomorrow and many people always have trouble deciding on what they should do. Many tend to not like Valentine’s Day because they don’t have someone to celebrate it with or because of bad memories, but it’s not about that. It’s the day to show your appreciation towards your loved ones whether they are your partners, friends, or family. Don’t limit yourself to others, it is the day where you can also show yourself some love. As the saying goes, self love is the best love. There are many activities you can do with yourself or with a friend. If you are unsure of what to do, here is a list of things:

  • Have a nice dinner/picnic with the one you love or yourself.

  • Make a sweet letter for your beloved/friend, which is more meaningful than you would think.
  • Go to the movies or stay in and check out a classic flick for a romantic day.
  • Bake something sweet such as heart shaped cookies or make chocolate covered strawberries.
  • Create a gift basket with all their favorite treats and items. For example, you can fill it up with their favorite movies and candy.

Strike FAQs

Posted on January 10, 2019 by in News


Novalee Lopez and Yadira Romero

Chronicle Reporters

Lately, the halls of Hollywood High have been filled with questions and anticipation for this teacher strike. For many students, they have not witnessed something as drastic and intense as this back and forth negotiation with UTLA and the school district in hopes to come to an agreement.  UTLA has decided to postpone the strike to Monday, Jan.14 in order “for clarity and to allow members, parents, our communities to plan.”  Being newly exposed to a possible teacher strike has stirred up plenty of questions such as:

What are the teachers striking for?

Since the board has agreed to meet the demand for a 6% raise the teachers wanted, teachers are now demanding smaller class sizes, less standardized testing, and increased staffing at schools such as more qualified librarians, more nurses, and more counselors.

 How is the strike going to affect us, the students?

Since there will only be about 300 substitute teachers for 30,000 teachers for all of the LAUSD schools, our school is most likely not to receive subtitutes. Therefore each SLC will have an administrator looking after them and will be located in different locations. It would be harder to communicate with teachers since we will not be able to see them as much as needed. Obviously, since the teachers won’t be there, we won’t be learning as much as we have to especially for the AP students. Our learning would be delayed.

How long is the strike going to last?

There is no definite answer as to how long the strike will last. Ultimately it comes down to how fast the school board is willing to meet conditions the teachers have asked for. If the strike does occur on Monday, Jan 14, it can last for days or even weeks.

Are students able to participate in the strike?

Students will have the opportunity to stand with the teachers during the strike, as long as the student’s parent is alongside with them. Due to safety precautions this is the only way that we, the students, can show our support.        




Deadline extension saves the day

Posted on November 29, 2018 by in News


Melanie Aguilar

Chronicle Reporter

With college deadlines closely approaching, there’s seems to be more and more stress to get an application in on time. But if you’re currently in a time crunch, struggling to get things in on time and still do work for individual academic classes, here’s some news that will hopefully uplift you..

Cal State Universities have announced an extension to their deadline for the 2019 Fall academic school year. Instead of submitting your application on Nov 30 by 11:59 pm there is now a two week addition of time to continue submitting. With high demands to extend the deadlines and several website crashes, CSU’s have confirmed this delay as an accommodation for all students to apply to their desired Cal States. The new deadline to apply to all 23 cal state universities is Dec 15 at 11:59 pm.

With many students facing hardships as a result of the California wildfires, CSU has granted all students excessive time to submit an application. It is evident that this added time is a set of good news for all. SAS senior, Monica Sanchez let us know how relieved she was by this set of good news, “I’m so glad that the deadline was extended because now I have a bit more time to get it together”. In hopes that with this extension more students will be able to get their applications in at a less stressful rate, CSU’s have accommodated to our needs.

Light up your holiday spirit

Posted on November 29, 2018 by in Entertainment


photo by: Yadira Romero

Yadira Romero

Chronicle Reporter

Colorful lights are gleaming in different shapes and forms bringing holiday spirit to the many people attending the Los Angeles Zoo. The Los Angeles Zoo has done its annual light event which many have liked. This year the event will be featuring a new area to explore, which means more wonderful lights to see. Sadly, you won’t be able to see the animals but don’t let that stop you from enjoying your night. You’ll also be able to take photos with Santa if you want to. Remember to wear comfortable shoes since you are going to be walking for a while. 

This event will end on Jan.6, 2019 so be sure to attend before it ends. Ticket prices for adults (ages 13+) will cost $14.95 and for children (ages 2-12) will cost $11.95 on value nights. On premium nights, tickets for adults will cost $21.95 and for children it will cost $16.95.

Click the link below to purchase tickets and for more information:


Light up your night

Posted on November 1, 2018 by in Entertainment

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Yadira Romero

Chronicle Reporter

Light up your life and enter the Moonlight Forest for a fantastic time. The lantern festival is taking place at the LA Arboretum County and Botanic Garden. Experience art of fascinating figures from Chinese legends, alluring flowers, and exotic animals. The lanterns display three themes: Nature, Children’s Garden, and Chinese culture. There will be a variety of food trucks, food stands, and bar on site if you get hungry. The last day of the Moonlight Forest will be on Jan.6, so take an opportunity to go before it ends.

Get your ticket before time runs out. Tickets vary on the day you choose to attend. On Wednesday-Thursday, tickets will be $25 for adults, $20 for children (ages 3-17), and $23 for seniors (63+). On Friday-Sunday ticket prices will be $28 for adults, $23 for children, and $25 for seniors. Members are able to get a discount of 15% on their tickets. If you do not have a membership you are able to join online. Though there is free parking, there is limited space and no parking availability on streets, so it is best to arrive early. Take the time to join this magnificent event and have fun.


To purchase a ticket click on the link: https://www.arboretum.org/moonlight-forest-magical-lantern-art-festival/



Fall into the film festival

Posted on October 18, 2018 by in Entertainment


Yadira Romero

Chronicle Reporter

It’s October which means that watching horror films is a must. Lucky for you the TCL Chinese Theatre is premiering multiple films that range from student films to the big screen movies that we all grew up with. Different movies will be shown each day so be sure to check the schedule before purchasing a ticket. This event will last until Oct.18 so do not miss out on this amazing opportunity. Individual tickets will be sold for $11 online and at the ticket boot and a Bloody Sunday Pass will be sold for $42 to be able to see all the movies that will be shown on Sunday.

At the conclusion of the festival, a skull award will be given to winners of the film competition in the categories of best editing, visual effects, director, and much more. Be sure to attend and have a spectacular spooky night. For the list of the movies and the days they will be shown on, click on the link below.




Support the class of 2018

Posted on June 1, 2018 by in Announcements


Yadira Romero

Chronicle Reporter

Graduation, the day everyone looks forward to. Seniors count down the days until they can finally graduate high school. This year the seniors of Hollywood High are graduating on June 6, this upcoming Wednesday. Come join the celebration of these soon to be graduates. The ceremony will begin at 5 p.m at the Hollywood Bowl.

Everyone is welcomed to come, there are no tickets needed. There is a parking fee though, which you can get a reduced rate for at the student store the week of the graduation. Come support the graduating class of 2018.


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