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Farmers for Monarchs do their part to help endangered pollinators

By Samantha Ashley

Pollinators, organisms that aid in plant reproduction in ecosystems, are dying at unsustainable rates worldwide due to habitat loss, environmental changes and diseases.

Locals and farms across Riverside County, however, are adapting to help endangered native pollinators.

According to the United States Department of Agriculture, scientists estimate that one out of every three bites of food we eat exists because of pollinators such as bees, butterflies, moths, birds, bats and beetles.

Among the top global pollinators, butterflies, honey bees and bats are the most effective and at-risk pollinators.


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Preview: Theater department to showcase newest production ‘Into the Woods’

By Stephen Day

“Into the Woods,” written by James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim, tells the story of pursuing wishes and the consequences that come from getting what you want.

The musical centers around a collection of well-known fairy tale characters, like Cinderella who wishes she could attend the ball, Jack of beanstalk fame who wishes he could keep his best friend, a cow named Milky White and of course Little Red Riding Hood who just wishes for a bigger basket of sweets to eat on her way to Grandma’s house.

Review: 'Turning Red' captures pre-teen experience like no other film

By Vianney Morales

Pixar’s latest animated film “Turning Red” is the first Pixar film that explores the topic of puberty.

What’s even more intriguing is it’s the studio’s first film to be entirely written, produced and directed by women. The authenticity of the writers’ experiences from their adolescence shines bright in the newest animated flick.

“If you honor your parents too much, you might forget to honor yourself,” is a line from the opening monologue, delivered by the protagonist, that encapsulates the film’s message.



The American Dream series: The harmful rhetoric

By Alexandra Ugale Filarca

I remember it vividly as if it were yesterday. I walked up the stairs to see a pile of boxes scattered on the floor while clothes and other belongings were already packed inside by my family members. Eyebrows arched in confusion as 10-year-old me tried to process what was going on.

“What are you doing, Ma?” I ask my mother.

“You’re going to the States,” responded my aunt, beating everyone else to the punch.

“The States? What’s that?”

While listening to my aunt’s explanation, I started to feel excited about moving to a foreign country.
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