Rialto High School Newspaper
Elide Carbajal is a columnist who joined the Medieval Times team in 2020. She enjoys watching shows, movies, and books and finding the deeper meaning in them. You can read about what she finds in her new column, Hidden Meanings.
Sabrina Contreras is a columnist who joined the
Medieval Times team in 2020. She is your go-to if you enjoy reading about Astrology, and Taylor Swift. She will also write about other interesting things going on during quarantine.
Cassandra Garcia is the Editor in Chief of the Medieval Times and has been part of the team since 2019. While she does enjoy writing editorials and news articles about critical matters happening at Rialto High School and around the world, she is also a Harry Styles’ fanatic and proves that in her new column, Harry Styles: The Man You Thought You Knew.
Juliana Garcia is the Coeditor in Chief who joined the Medieval Times team in 2020. She is a bookworm who also enjoys playing sports like soccer and volleyball, and she likes to swim. She writes about disorders that affect teens all over the world and writes reviews on binge worthy and not so binge worthy tv shows in her new columns, Mental Health Awareness and What to Binge.
Livia Rollie is a columnist who joined the Medieval Times team in 2020. She is a movie buff who loves to write descriptive and interesting reviews on some good (and maybe not so good) movies in her new column, Movie Monday's.
Andrea Ruiz is a columnist who joined The Medieval Times in September 2020. She wants to share new hobbies that students have developed while in quarantine and to provide updates about how students are living through a pandemic.
Hannah Seng became a journalist of the Medieval Times in 2020. A natural overthinker and lover of psychology, she's committed to recording the best of both of those worlds in her column, Goat Puke, to be updated on Fridays.
Cynthia Soto became part of the Medieval Times team in 2020. Her column, Legends, Lore, Superstitions, and More, is a collection of stories from different cultures. She enjoys cats and true crime stories.
Ty Williams is a columnist who joined the Medieval Times team in 2020. She is an empathetic, benevolent individual who’s all about helping others and giving advice which she loves to write about in her new column, Tipful Tuesday’s.
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