Memely: Dabbing 8


Kevin Luu

Hello, Stacey students! This is a new series called Memely or Meme of the Week. The first part of this series is dabbing. How did dabbing start? The dab has its origins in the Atlanta hip-hop scene in the 2010s, but there was initial disagreement about who originated the dance.

The dab gained popularity in American sports following an eight-second celebratory dab by Cam Newton, football quarterback for the Carolina Panthers of the National Football League, during a game against the Tennessee Titans on November 15, 2015. Afterward, lots of people started to dab live on TV and it went viral. More…

What The Plush Is Toreba? Reply

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Gavin Mercado

They are in most to all toy stores, decadent plushies with beautiful buttons or ribbons around them. Instead of buying these plushies, many people may win these fabulous toys out of a claw machine.

What is a claw machine you may ask? Well, a claw machine is a machine with one, two, three, or even four prongs (arms) to pick up a toy or drag it.

When you think of these types of complicated games, you may think of them being in an arcade or at a supermarket like “Albertsons.” More…

Superhero Profiles Reply

Gwyndalynn Kent, Avalyn Walton, and Ashley Wolf

Superheroes have become a very large part of the media over the course of the last few decades. Whether in the form of colorful comic books, engaging Marvel and DC movies, or any other medium, superheroes have had a way of depicting powerful and interesting characters.

And the day to truly celebrate them just occurred. Saturday, April 28, is national superhero day. And to commemorate these beloved superheroes, we have compiled a list of profiles on some of the most widely known figures in the superhero sub-genre, including both DC and Marvel characters.


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FROZEN, MARVEL, AND STAR WARS? New Stuff For Disneyland Paris! (Update) Reply

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Gavin Mercado and Kevin Luu

If you were intrigued by the number of new announcements about Disneyland Paris in our previous story “New Disneyland Paris Rides!,” today you are in for a real treat!

Disneyland Paris’ Walt Disney Studios Park will be expanded significantly. The price? Two billion euros! That’s almost 2.3 billion American dollars!

Disney CEO, Bob Iger, plans to completely reimagine the Walt Disney Studios Park with three new lands. More…

Meme Day Reply

Averi Farren

Meme day is here! Many students have been anticipating this day, March 30th, and have thought of all the memes they could use to get their costumes ready.

What is a meme many might be wondering? A meme (mēm/ noun) is an element of a culture or system of behavior that may be considered to be passed from one individual to another by non-generic means, especially imitation. A humorous image, video, piece of text, etc., that is copied (often with slight variations) and spread rapidly by Internet users.

Basically, a meme is a picture/video with a funny caption that you relate to, quote on the daily, or have a good laugh at it and send it to a couple friends. Many send them via Instagram, Snapchat, iMessage, Twitter, etc. More…

What in the World is a Rubik’s Cube? 1

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Kevin Luu

The Rubik’s Cube is a 3D puzzle by a Hungarian sculptor and professor Ernő Rubik. There are six colors and each side is colored by nine stickers.

For the puzzle to be solved, each side must have only one color. Although the Rubik’s Cube reached its height of mainstream popularity in the 1980s, it is still widely known and used.

Many speedcubers continue to practice it and other twisty puzzles and compete for the fastest times in various categories. Since 2003, The World Cube Association, the Rubik’s Cube’s international governing body, has organized competitions worldwide and kept the official world records. More…

25th Anniversary of ToonTown! 1

Caitlyn Timmons

You all know Disneyland, right? Well, Walt Disney’s very own Toontown has turned 25.

What is Toontown, you may ask? Toontown is a “themed land” at Disneyland here in California where visitors can meet the characters and visit their homes which are constructed in a cartoonish style. It was inspired by “Toontown” in the 1988 film, Who Framed Roger Rabbit, in which cartoon characters live alongside humans. More…

YouTuber of the Week: iiSuperwomanii Reply

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Gavin Mercado

This YouTuber of the Week was requested by Eve Jordan.

It’s ya girl sup—, whoops, wrong line. Anyways, iiSuperwomanii or Superwoman is a comedic and inspirational YouTuber.

Her goal is to inspire others to pursue their dreams. The majority of her videos are collaborations with various YouTubers such as Liza Koshy.

Videos that she publishes on the internet are always non-explicit so any age can watch Superwoman. She loves the diversity of her audience.

One thing she talks about is how anyone can be his or her own Superman or Superwoman. Or maybe Superperson? You can be your own hero.

She works with foundations like ME to WE and promotes #GirlLove. She’s working towards equality by touching one life at a time.

Well my lovelies, I am afraid that the YouTuber of the Week series is coming to an end. To vote for the last YouTuber please click  (HERE).  That’s all for now, Cougars. Please have a super day!

Would You Make That Deal?: 70’s Edition Reply

Welcome back to your least favorite game-show here at Would You Make That Deal? This week we are going back in time! Let’s go to the 70’s!

Now here’s the life-changing deal. The deal is, you can time travel back into the 70’s and be a millionaire. However, you would be stuck in the 70’s foreverrrr. Or until you die.

If you decline, you just live your normal life. Also, if you take the deal you have to have a mullet or some weird 70’s style, hehe. Anyways, would you make that deal?

What is the Illuminati? A Triangle of Hope, or Something More Sinister? 6

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Gavin Mercado

Ah yes, we all know of the very famous internet meme. The Illuminati crushed other memes and was popular for a whopping two years! Even Taco Bell featured the Illuminati on their commercial for a triangular shaped treat.

Now, some may be wondering, how was this whole Illuminati thing started? Well, in 1776 Bavarian Illuminati started his self-titled “secret society organization” In the 19th and 20th century, the Illuminati vanished never to be seen again until, well, pretty recent actually.

With the rise of internet memes like Pepe, the Illuminati was rediscovered and became popular. Many believe that there are members of the Illuminati today. Also, many others think the government may be involved. More…