The Not-So-Secret Life of Mr. Su
February 7th, 2020
By: Gilberto Lopez, Marlon Hernandez, and John Az
Mr. Su is very well known in the Global Studies community. You know he is a math teacher, but did you also know he is a gamer?
Always a Gamer
Before Mr. Su started to be a teacher, he would play for about 3-4 hours a day during college for 3-4 days a week. Now he only plays about 1-2 hours per night, except for weekends, where it varies. He started playing video games when he was two years old. His first console was the SEGA Genesis! He played games as a way to take a break between studying or homework for different classes.
For Mr. Su’s first tournament, he went to the Winter Game Fest at UC San Diego during the winter of 2011. He didn't win since pros from all over the country were there. The Nintendo 64 was the most memorable console to him; games like Super Mario 64, Pokemon Stadium, Donkey Kong 64, and Kirby 64 were all amazing and nostalgic!
John/Eduardo is one of the most challenging players Mr. Su has played against in MCLC and the only person who has beaten him.
Other cool facts about Mr. Su
He has three cats. Ollie and Momo, and Tamago is the newest kitten in his family. She's a baby calico with an abundance of energy and is super adorable, except when she's trying to steal your human food - then she gets aggressive.
Mr. Su’s wedding is coming up and he is very excited, but also a bit nervous since, as with all big events, he worries that something will go wrong.
It's surprising that Mr. Su was able to balance his hobbies and studies/career. Mr. Su is a good role model for many teens that can relate to him.
We’ll be checking back with Mr. Su after the big day.
Tribute To Kobe Bryant
By Claudia Mendez
On Sunday morning, January 26 we got the tragic news that the American professional NBA player Kobe Bryant at age forty-one had passed away. He and the other victims were heading for a game to Mamba Sports Academy that he built in 2016 to help out young athletes. He had already retired in 2016 from basketball with the Los Angeles Lakers who played 20 seasons. Kobe’s numbers were 8 and 24. His last game was on April 13, 2016, against the Utah Jazz and scored sixty points.
Unfortunately, the news hit all around Los Angeles which affected many fans, family and friends. On that same day, they decided to pay tribute to him and his daughter Gianna Bryant (Gigi) who was just thirteen years old who also died in the crash with the seven other passengers (John Altobelli, Keri Altobelli, Alyssa Altobelli, Sarah Chester, Payton Chester, Christina Mauser, and Ara Zobayan).
Fans left ballons flowers, candles, basketball balls, banners, pictures, letters, stuffed animals and posters all around Staples Center. “ And we’re literally standing here heartbroken in the house that Kobe Bryant Build”-Alicia keys said on The 62nd Grammy Awards just hours after finding out the news of his death at the Staple Center.
Kobe Bryant changed many people's lives which in 2007 he and his wife Vanessa Bryant had founded “The Kobe and Bryant Family Foundation” that will help the ones in need and for other young kids be able to be active in sports. He also donated to his good friend LeBron James “LeBron’s Jame’s I promise school” he had donated a book series “ Wizenard” that was published in March 2019.
He left behind his wife Vanessa Bryant and three other daughters Natalia Bryant, Bianka Bryant and Capri Bryant. His wife asked that the items fans had left outside Staple Center will be given to her and family.
Kobe will always be remembered because Babe Ruth once said: “Heroes get remembered, but legends never die.”
Farewell Mr. Brown:
Until We Meet Again
By Andrew Salazar, Brandon Acuña, Rosa Martinez, Carlos Melendez, John Gomez
David G. Brown in his classroom (photo: Rosa Martinez)
Come this June, seniors will be graduating and moving on, but so will someone else. Graphic Design Teacher David G. Brown will be winding up his ten-year career at Global Studies.
Before David Brown worked at LASGS, he used to work in the Downtown Los Angeles area where he said he felt privileged to work in one of the office buildings: the Wells Fargo Bank Center. He used to work as an art director, which included touching up certain images such as jewelry and photos of models.
In 1992 tragedy struck in Los Angeles. The so-called LA Riots were a very destructive and chaotic event that resulted in about 50 deaths and 3,000 injuries. On April 29, 1992, the verdict was announced that found the four white police officers not guilty of the beating of Rodney King. After that, violence broke out.
When Brown soon realized how the city was destroying itself, he wanted to give back towards the community. So he used his skills from past jobs and created a comic book series, in which the superhero, “L.A. Phoenix, ̈ was the representation of hope in the community of L.A. The comic showed that there were other ways to deal with problems without the use of violence. It
also focused on community challenges such as gang violence, drug abuse, graffiti, and other issues as well.
After this, Brown dedicated himself to an afterschool program called ̈Tales from the Kids¨ which gave students the opportunity to draw and create comics.
He got a chance to be on CNN for an interview. Because of this, he moved on to do guest lectures at UCLA and UC Santa Barbara where he lectured and showed his political cartoons and work he's done in newspapers, such as the Los Angeles Sentinel.
After teaching at the college level, Brown moved on to teaching at Jordan High School. It was a drastic change from teaching adults to teaching teenagers.”Having to learn school culture and how teenagers act was .¨
David Brown has enjoyed his ten years of teaching at Global Studies, from awarding students certificates for Adobe Photoshop, to seeing the progress of the students he ́s taught from freshmyn year all the way to senior year.
David standing in front of the cover from his comic book, “L.A. Phoenix” (Courtesy Photo, from the LA Sentinel)
In June he will be semi-retiring. He wishes to travel, obtain new skills, continue with the skills he has obtained and better yet improve them.
When asked for some advice he would give to our fellow students at Global Studies, he answered by saying “you can do whatever you set your mind to. Even if you come from a harsh/bad background you can push through and with the given skills that others have taught you´ll be able to achieve many great things, to just pursue your dreams overall.¨
A Tour of The Rock, aka Alcatraz
by Briande Romero
January 31, 2020
SAN FRANCISCO - Alcatraz Island is located in San Francisco bay, near the famous Golden Gate Bridge. It was developed in 1934 as a prison built to be inescapable for the most vicious prisoners who had been able to escape other prisons. It closed its doors on March 21, 1963, because the prison was too expensive to continue operating according to history.com.
According to the same source, the Alcatraz prison was discovered by a Spanish explorer Manuel de Ayala, but the island was in fact Indian land. The Spanish explorer took control over this land in 1775. Native Americans attempted to make a school in the 1960s but were kicked out by the government. More than a dozen prisoners had attempted to escape this infamous prison but all failed before the three famous men that escaped.
One reason Alcatraz is so famous is for the three men that attempted to escape the “inescapable” prison.
It was built to be the most secure prison, but these men were successful. Famous bank robbers, Frank Morris, and brothers John and Clarence Anglin were the three men. The guards realized they escaped the morning of June 12, 1962. These men used spoons they had stolen from the cafeteria to create a hole through the wall of their cell, this took them 8 months. In their beds laid dummy heads they made out of plaster, flesh-tone paint, and real human hair according to fbi.gov. The dummy heads fooled the night guards into thinking they were sleeping. These men escaped the actual prison but vanished later on.
Their bodies were never found, resulting in the closure of the case on December 31, 1979. It was presumed they drowned because of the strong currents and the temperature of the water. Even though they were never found they still did break out of the actual prison making this successful escape the most dangerous and daring prison break of all time.
Being so interested in the most notorious prison break of all time, I decided to go to San Francisco and see the prison in flesh on January 10, 2020. Tickets for my mom and myself were available at www.alcatrazcruises.com for $39.95 each) The cruise that takes you to the actual island is located at Pier 33. The cruise ride is 15 minutes long and you get to see the beautiful view of the city of San Francisco.
Once we got there, there was a tour guide that handed us a map of the island (it cost $1). The tour guide gave us a background of the prison and who the island really belonged to. There is also an audio tour where you can hear the stories of life inside the prison by former inmates and correctional officers.
While we walked through the very small cells, in these cells the former inmates had their clothing, toothbrush, a small broken toilet, a desk, and other personal items. We were listening to their stories about why they landed in Alcatraz prison, their routine, and details about fights between correctional officers and inmates.
The correctional officers practically lived on the island but were able to get to nearby San Francisco by boat.
When the audio tour finalized, we waited for the cruise to come get us and the other tourists. We went back to our hotel and talked about our experience together.
Locking up my mom for waking me up early every day for school. (photo: Briande Romero)
Joel Vaca becomes Global's Community School Coordinator
January 31, 2020
Marlon Hernandez, John Az, Andy Munguia
Marlon Hernandez and Eduardo Az with Joel Vaca, center. (photo: Andy Munguia)
LOS ANGELES - Global Studies has hired our first Community School Coordinator, and his name is Joel Vaca. Joel Vaca plays an important role in our school. By connecting with all of the people of our community - students, families, teachers, staff, businesses, community and civic organizations, and more- he will help us learn and share our strengths and areas of need so all the students and families can be more successful.
What are “Community Schools?”
According to the United Teachers Los Angeles, “Community schools leverage public schools to become hubs of educational, cultural, health and civic partnerships, improving the education of children in the community and furthering the revitalization of the entire community.” Los Angeles Unified School District is divided into five smaller districts, and Global Studies is in Local District Central. Many schools applied to become Community Schools last year, but Global Studies was the only one selected in Local District Central in 2019. In addition to being able to hire a Coordinator, the school will also be getting additional money in the coming years.
When did Joel Vaca Start, and what did he do before?
He started working at Global Studies on January 13th, 2020. Before working at Global Studies he was a math teacher from 2000-2019. He taught at LAUSD schools. This is his 5th week here and he is learning about the school by observing.
What does he hope to accomplish?
Joel Vaca’s goals in the short term are to extend the learning time, increase volunteering, and focus on attendance issues. He is also engaging the community in partnerships that meet critical needs and support student achievement. He would like for the students of Global Studies to get involved with the community and will try to motivate students to accomplish their goals. He will get students involved with volunteer work by providing reasons. His job is important because it provides space and time for teachers to focus on their classes and students. He also hopes to help other teachers achieve their goals. Joel Vaca wants students and parents to feel at home and will try to make this school a safe place.
Another big goal for his first year is to interview students and parents to try to get to know what is needed for the school. His office hours are 30 minutes before school, and one hour after school. He is located in the office next to Ms. Kantack.
Donald Trump Is Impeached
By: Jorge Dubon and Josue Torres
December 20, 2019
On Tuesday, December 17th, 2019, the people of Los Angeles made a rally for the impeachment of Mr. Donald Trump. They were listening to speakers who wanted the president to be impeached. They brought a lot of signs and stood in front of City Hall. There was a balloon of Donald Trump dressed as a Russian soldier. Some people think that Donald Trump is too friendly with Vladimir Putin, the president of Russia.
Balloon of President Trump as Russian Soldier
On Wednesday, December 18th, the House of Representatives voted to impeach the president on two articles: 1) Abuse of Power, and 2)Obstruction of Congress. He is the third president in the history of the United States to be impeached.
Global Student-Athletes of 2019-2020
December 18, 2019
On December 11, 2019, we had our last assembly of the semester. The leadership decided to recognize students who are in our school were in a sport this fall. They recognized the football team, girl's basketball team, SRLA (Students Run Los Angeles) and the soccer team for girls and boys. They only announced the sports that have finished or are currently playing this year. Next, semester they will be announcing the rest of the sports that students in our school will be playing.
By Nathan Tapia
December 12, 2019
The Stock Market is a game of risk. When you participate in the Stock Market game it’s always important to buy low and sell high.
Ms.Burnham teaches a Financial Literacy class where her students play in “ the Stock Market Game.” The Stock Market is a place where you can buy a part of a company in the hopes of profiting from it when the company does well. It is also a place of risk you can lose money if the stock you bought goes bad.
In Ms. Burnham’s class, the group called Red Fort has been performing up to standards. They are in the top 40 in the region and the stocks are doing really well. The members of Red Fort are Jesus, Mario, and Nathan. One of their best selling stocks is called Advanced Micro Devices, inc. They have gained a lot of profit from this stock. They stand in place 38 in the region but things only look positive for them as of right now.
Brawl in the Hall
by Deysi Recinos
December 13, 2019
Wednesday 12/11/19 at 10:45 in the hall of Global Studies, two students formed a fight. According to Ms. Gaby in the Global Studies Office, they were fighting for 5 minutes. The teachers intervened wanting to stop the fight. The fight was very serious. To prevent fights, teachers will be in the hallway while students change classes.
Teachers from all the schools are having a meeting after school on Friday the 13th to talk about safety on the MCLC Campus.
Neighborhood Oil-Part 1
By: John Gomez, Andrew Salazar, Claudia Mendez
December 11, 2019
Many oil drills are active in Los Angeles.
No one seems to notice most of them because they like to be well hidden. Some of the oil wells are also located around our school and in neighborhoods where people live. There are health effects from living so close to oil production.
Some wells are even located around Vista Hermosa Natural Park, just blocks away from MCLC on Toluca and Beverly.
This disguised well is at 185 S. Mountain View Ave.
Part 2: The History of oil in L.A.
Join the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate tournament
By Eduardo Az Hernandez and Eduardo Ramirez November 20, 2019
Want to show your skills and show people who is the ultimate player? Then you should join the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Tournament. In this tournament, there will be two types of sides, one for winners and one for losers. The first one will be the winner’s side, and the other one is the loser’s side, and if a player loses on the loser side, then they are disqualified. Whoever wins the loser side and the winner side is going to fight in the last match ‘The Grand Finals.’
If anyone is wondering about how many spots there are for the tournament, there will be 32 spots available. We want everyone to join and it doesn’t matter if you are a boy or a girl. We want everyone to show their skills and try to go for the top. For more information, go to room 6053B after school. There, we will tell you the rules of how the tournament is going to work. There are also going to be prizes for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.
The tournament will be held on December 9, and to register you have to go to the World Fit For Kid office and you have December 2nd-6th to apply. The location will be in room 6053B, and the tournament will start at 3:30 pm. The organizer hopes everyone will have fun during the tournament.
By Francisco Chavarria, Josue Torres. Steysi Galvez, Jorge Dubon November 13, 2019
On Saturday, November 2nd, at seven o’clock, the students at MCLC had a homecoming dance in the small gym.
The students were excited to know the Kings and Queens of the MCLC. Dr. Quintero and staff were in the entrance waiting for the students and taking the tickets for the dance. The homecoming theme was based on Coco’s movie and some students were dressed up based on the theme.
During the dance, a girl was apparently drunk, and fainted. The teachers went to see what they can do for her. The students continued dancing until 11 pm, but after some minutes students said that they heard a gunshot outside the school so all students came inside the Gym. It was only a firecracker, and the students went back to the gym to find out who became the Kings and Queens of MCLC. The king of Global Studies was Andy and the Queen was Yésica. At the end of the homecoming the DJ was playing pop music.
Su’s Advisory wins soccer tournament
By Deysi Recinos, Jorge Dubon, Josue Torres and Francisco Chavarria
November 15, 2019
Today was the soccer tournament final at Global Studies in the small gym.
This week and last, the advisory students of Global Studies played soccer against other advisories. Last Friday, the winners of four of the Advisories played against each other. This week, more Advisories played until there was a winner. They played soccer in the MCLC field at the 9:30 am during breakfast.
The finalists were Mr. Su’s Advisory’s and Ms. O’Brien’s Advisory. During the game they fought hard to win. The final score was 1-0 with the winning goal scored by Alberto Flores off a pass from Alex Cruz.
As he walked out with his team, holding the trophy high, Mr. Su was heard to say “Let’s go celebrate with more homework!”
Volley Tennis The Menace
By Andrew Salazar November 13, 2019
Finals for the Volley Tennis tournament were held on October 16, 2019 on the MCLC tennis courts. Garvey Su’s advisory and Ryan Smith’s advisory went neck to neck. Although Smith’s advisory was mostly filled with athletes, Su’s advisory was filled with competitors.
In Fall of 2019, Marianne O’Brien from LASGS gave the idea to start a series of tournaments for Advisory. Several events are planned to encourage school spirit.
For the finals, everybody gathered around at the tennis court to watch the final game for the tournament
John Leguizamo edifies and entertains in Latin History for Morons
by Nathan Tapia November 12, 2019
Latin History for Morons is a decent show but it has room for improvement. The title implies that everyone who attends is a moron in need of Latin History, and it is true that many high school students do not know much about Latin History.
On October 17th, 81 Global Studies students from all grade levels went to see Latin History for Morons at the Music Center in downtown LA. John Leguizamo performed for students his one-man show at the music center. Leguizamo not only wrote this play for the benefit of learning about Latin history but he wrote it for his son who was being bullied and had no hero to look up to.
His jokes were very funny but certainly not PG. A strength of the play was that he was able to give some background about the history. Aspects of the play that could have been improved were that parts were too long and he could have expanded even more on Latin History.
Keeping it clean with Kennya
by Claudia Mendez November 8, 2019
Have you ever noticed how every morning our hallways and walkways are clean?
That is thanks, in part, to Kennya Lima-Garcia, a custodian at LASGS who has been working here for a year and two months. She decided to work as a custodian since she needed the money for college. Thankfully, her brother works on campus and was able to recommend her for the job. Becoming a custodian made her change her mind about how she used to feel about it. Also, she got to see our school from the perspective of a custodian.
When coming to clean our hallway after school she has a certain amount of time to clean a room. If teachers ask her a favor to clean their room, she might have to say no because of the time she needs to clean around our school. She only gets paid from 2:30 pm to 11:00 pm. If she stays after 11:00 pm to clean she doesn’t get paid. Also, when we students have a day off school she comes at 6:00 am in the morning to come and clean.
Clean hallways at Global Studies (photo by Claudia Mendez)
Something she enjoys about her job is that she likes making a difference even if others don’t see it. Some of the disadvantages in our school’s bathroom are the amount of “tagging on the walls and plugging the toilets,” Kennya says. When coming in the morning for school students can see that the bathrooms are well cleaned. But later that day bathrooms are already dirty, with toilet paper on the floor and tagging on the bathroom doors or on walls.
Probably most students don’t tag their own bathrooms at home or stuff their own toilets with toilet paper. If students respect the custodian, maybe they will pick up their mess and leave the bathrooms clean. Think of Kennya, and if you see her in the hallway make sure to say thank you.
Join the Gaming Club today
By Eduardo Az Hernandez and Eduardo Ramirez
October 23, 2019
MC Gaming Club Members (photo by John Gomez)
If you are stressed about school, homework, or house problems then take your stress out by joining the gaming club and battle against other gamers. In the MC Gaming Club, we invite any student from any academy to come and have fun. we battle each other in games and get to know each other.
You can also be at the gaming club if you want to train with other students from different grade levels. There are multiple Nintendo switches in the club so you can play other games. For example, the Games we have at the gaming club are Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Mario Kart Deluxe, Super Mario Odyssey, and more other games (we only name these because they’re the main ones, ESPECIALLY SUPER SMASH BROS). We also have a Wii console and a PS3. If you people get bored don’t worry, we can buy other consoles and games too.
The club meets after school on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday at 3:00 pm. in room 6053B, in front of the boys’ locker room, and On Tuesday we just go straight to room 6053B, because every academy comes out at a different time. The club invites everyone to join. The more players we have, the better the competitions will be.
Lupita’s Grand Re-Opening
Paxtor, Morales, and Perez with Lupita Aranga, owner of Lupita’s
By Gelber Morales, Braian Paxtor, Lorenzo Perez
September 13, 2019
LOS ANGELES - The first thing you notice is that the sign is new. Instead of Lupita’s, it’s now Lupita’s Corner. On Thursday, September 12, the real Lupita and her family had a grand re-opening to show off the newly remodeled store.
The corner store, at 3rd and Lucas, was crowded with people. There was a news truck, customers, and many police. City Councilman Mitch O’Farrell was also there, and explained how the city helped with some parts of the remodel.
The Los Angeles Food Policy Council also helped Lupita’s to become more healthy. Alba Velasquez, program director of LAFPC’s Healthy Neighborhood Market Network, spoke to students at the event.
¨We want to help local markets become more healthy for the community.¨
Lupita’s Corner is more airy and organized, according to customers.
Survey Says: Advisory Culture
October 2, 2019
By Claudia Mendez and Deysi Recinos
Our Journalism class decided to do a survey, where students tell us their experience about their own advisories. 112 students responded to the survey.
Our first question in this survey was “ What do you like most about your advisory?”
Most students' responses were similar. Most students said that what they like about Advisory is that they have free time to do work for other classes. Also, they liked it because they always played tabletop board and card games. They also love to do potlucks. Every advisory does potlucks when they want. They basically bring food to share and enjoy the rest of the time they have in their advisory.
We also asked if they would change anything about their advisory. Most students said they wouldn’t change anything about it. They enjoyed the way it was but some recommended that they should be allowed to use their phones for a while.
The Global Times Vaping
By: John Gomez and Francisco Chavarria September 13, 2019
Death is awaiting teenagers as they have the need to vape. Vaping has caused serious breathing illnesses and there has been around 450 possible cases in at least 33 states. According to the Wall Street Journal, “six deaths have been associated with the illness."
Health officials are urging people to stop vaping until they can figure out what is causing this serious breathing illness. Oregon health officials say they are investigating the death of a person who had severe respiratory illness after using an e-cigarette. Investigators at the Oregon Health Authority Public Health Division said on Tuesday that they received reports that the person who died in July had a vape containing cannabis bought from an Oregon store. This happened in September 4, 2019. Symptoms of the disease include coughing, shortness of breath, chest pain, fatigue, nausea and vomiting.
Since we know that teenagers are beginning to use more vapes we ask for people at Global Studies to think about their decisions. This can be harmful, especially for teens and can cause death.
The Global Times
Senior female football player
By ANDREW SALAZAR and NATHAN TAPIA September 13, 2019
LOS ANGELES - Usually when you think of football, you normally think it’s an all-male sport. But someone broke those rules, and her name is Carla Manzanares.
Manzanares is a senior at the Los Angeles School of Global Studies one of four small schools at the Miguel Contreras Learning Complex . She wanted to make a change at the school and become the first female football player. She also wanted to become an inspiration to others to let them know they can achieve anything if they really try.
Her road to becoming a football player wasn’t easy, she had to overcome some obstacles in her way. At first, when she confronted her parents about joining the team, they disagreed with her because, as parents, they were worried about her getting hurt because she is a female.
She was determined to join the football team with or without her parents support. So during the summer, she went to the football team practice.
When she first went to the team’s practice she felt that she could do it but already noticed how difficult it was. She was going through some difficult phases. At times she felt like maybe she should quit the team, but then she felt like she belonged there. What kept her striving was the support she got from her school’s counselor, Diane Kantack, and her friends. Kantack is her #1 supporter and was the happiest for Carla for joining the MC football team. “She reminds me of myself when I was in high school.”
What also motivated Carla were the kind words of coach Chico with whom she has a close relationship.
After sitting out the first two games, she finally had a chance in the 3rd game against Roybal. She was shocked and excited when she stepped onto the field in the 4th quarter. She heard cheers from Kantack and her friends. She finally got her opportunity and took advantage when she caught a pass, only to be tackled soon after.
After having a chance to play she reflected on her actions and realized that if she went to practice a little bit more, she could’ve done better. But with all the support she got from her friends she forgot about it and enjoyed the moment.
You can run around it, you can stand on it, but you can’t play on it
MCLC Football Field Off-Limits
By Eduardo Az Hernandez September 13, 2019
LOS ANGELES -- When students returned to MCLC this August, they learned that they would not be able to use the football field. But why?
It turns out that our field has gotten worse because it gets used too much. It’s one of the only fields in the downtown area, according Dr. Haddy, MC’s athletic director. During the day it’s used for P.E., in the afternoon it’s used for the football team and soccer teams, and in the evenings and on the weekends it’s used by other sports teams.
“Over the last 12+ years is has sustained a lot of wear and tear,” says Dr. Haddy.
The problem with the field is that it is 12 years old and the turf is ripping, which can make students trip and fall. Also, the rubber pellets are worn out and don’t cushion athletes or others when they fall. The field gets like cement.
The plan is to replace the field and make it safe.
For now, the track is opn for use, and the field can be used for emergency drills.
Dr. Haddy says the timeline is “up in the air at this point,” but they are making plans and work to replace it may begin in the Fall of 2020.
Until then, football practice is on the softball field, and games are played away, according to Matthew Myers, a sophomore who in on the football team.
Parking Day LA
By: John Gomez, Nathan Tapia
September 25, 2019
Parking Day LA is a worldwide event that originated in San Francisco. It encourages kids to make a green space that informs people about problems in the community.
A group featuring Olga, Sarai, Freddy, Chris, and Pablo talked about the problems litter causes. They began by stating that people take about eight steps holding trash before throwing it to the floor or ground since they get too lazy to throw it in a trash can. Most of the litter is usually cigarette butts and all of the trash usually ends up in the ocean.
Felix Arrioja was another LASGS student who was talking about littering. According to the presentation that Felix provided for the fellow members of the community, teenagers are the people who litter the most.
Littering has a big impact on the world, not only does it make our streets look dirty but it damages animals’ living environments.