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The basketball team huddles after the loss to King/Drew.
Boys Basketball Loses to King/Drew in Open Division Championships
Catie Orr, News Editor • February 28, 2024

On Saturday, the LACES boys basketball (19-12) lost to King/Drew Golden Eagles (20-11) 51-45 in the 2024 CIF LA City Section Open Division Final. The Unicorns looked to add to their 5 lower-division section championships since 2009.  This was the first time LACES has been in the Open Division Final,...

Electric Avenue
Electric Avenue
Kai Spatzier, Art Director • February 9, 2024

On January 15th, The Environmental Protection Agency unveiled an initiative named the Clean School Bus Program Grants Competition. The program has allocated substantial federal grants to revitalize aging school bus fleets with low and zero-emission alternatives,...

The girls tennis team poses after winning the championship game.
LACES Tennis Aces the Season
Willa Queen-Yglesias, Staff Writer • December 17, 2023

On November 1, the 6th seeded LACES Girls Tennis team defeated Banning High School to win the CIF Division II City Championship. It is their second championship in 3 years as they won the DII championship in 2021.  Most of the varsity team participated...

Harold Blegan in his D&D costume during club rush.
Unicorns Bundle Up
Charlotte Panofsky, Staff Writer • February 9, 2024

Finding an outfit to wear to school can be hard in the winter. LACES students spend a lot of time outside, like when walking between classes,...

Celebrating Black Literature
Celebrating Black Literature
Cai Bloom Furedi and Eddy Ju February 9, 2024

As the LACES community celebrates Black History Month, it’s crucial to shine a light on some of the best Black authors in the literary world....

Reality Check
Reality Check
Catie Orr, News Editor • February 9, 2024

Members of the LACES community created many New Year’s resolutions for 2024, ranging from saving more money to going vegan. These resolutions...

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The Road to LACES
The Road to LACES
Mia Orr, Kai Spatzier, and Leilani Krantz February 9, 2024

We polled 186 LACES students from grades 6 through 12 to find out how they make their journey to school each morning. Below are the results. (Survey...

Going the Extra Mile
Mia Orr, Editor-in-Chief
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