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Daniella Hernandez

Daniella Hernandez, Editor in Chief of Content

Daniella Hernandez is currently the Editor-in-Chief of Content at Maywood Center for Enriched Studies. She enjoys roller skating, baking, gardening and her favorite form of self-expression is makeup. She is the Vice President of her school’s Interact Club and a 5280 Interact District Board member, where “Service above Self” is the main goal. Daniella’s favorite animal is a cow because she thinks they’re really cool and adorable. Some of her interests include environmental analysis and social justice. During the summer of 2020, she interned with Martin Bros, a sustainable engineering company in Los Angeles. In college, Daniella hopes to major in Environmental Analysis at Pomona College.  In journalism, she hopes to spread the Wolfpack spirit beyond school and bring Maywoodians together during these unprecedented times.

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ON WEDNESDAYS, WE WEAR PINK- It is no secret that Hollywood’s coming-of-age movies often negate the stories of BIPOC, queer, and non-disabled teen adolescence. “That’s what blows my mind about Hollywood… they’re still afraid to tackle those issues,” Ms. Perfecto, a chemistry and physics teacher, said.

Dear Hollywood: Please do better

Daniella Hernandez, Editor-in-Chief of Content
April 29, 2021
A STORY LIKE NO OTHER!- We Are Who We Are is an HBO series that tells the story of American teens on a military base in Italy. Throughout the show, Fraser Wilson and Caitlin Poythress, the two main protagonists, simultaneously explore their sexual and gender identities. “We Are Who We Are... is a very immersive experience into the identity of people,” Luca Guadagnino, the director of the series, said.

Review: We Are Who We Are

Daniella Hernandez, Editor in Chief of Content
December 6, 2020
INTERACT GIVES BACK- The MACES Interact Club is creating Thanksgiving dinner food boxes for those in need. The food was collected through a canned food drive hosted by the club. “Many people, even in our own neighborhoods, face many hardships and we should try our best to help them in any way that we can, even if it’s just by giving them some of our time,” Anahy Barajas, senior Interactor said.

[Photo] The MACES Interact Club

Leslie Quintana, Social Media Editor
November 19, 2020
A FEW RECOLLECTIONS FROM THE PAST- Daniella Hernandez, the daughter of Maria Hernandez, recalls her mom’s journey battling breast cancer. Despite witnessing her mom at her weakest point in life, Hernandez still acknowledges the good it brought to her family. “The diagnosis definitely made me realize that everyone’s time on Earth is borrowed. Life is too short not to tell people how much they mean to you,” Hernandez said.

Let Me Tell You About My Best Friend

Daniella Hernandez, Editor in Chief of Content
October 19, 2020
WOMEN ARE POWERFUL! Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion, two female rappers, recently released WAP as of August of 2020. The song was met with lots of backlash, especially from men on social media that believed the lyrics were too vulgar. However, there were plenty of women that came back with valid rebuttals. “Men have been singing about sexuality forever… Women are barely exploring their sexuality recently,” Gabriela Rincon, music teacher and band director, said.

WAP: Women are powerful

Daniella Hernandez, Editor in Chief of Content
September 26, 2020
The College Board, a multimillion-dollar “not-for-profit” organization geared toward connecting students to college success, has recently been sued with a $500 million federal court lawsuit for gross negligence. Over the past few months, the College Board has been met with an immense amount of backlash for administering online AP exams that most claim were not up to par with an international standard. “I do believe that they could’ve waited more time and made sure that their system was working properly,” Elizabeth Arroyo, a sophomore, said.

Dear College Board

Daniella Hernandez, Editor in Chief of Design
June 3, 2020
Future leaders in the making! Paloma Hernandez, a first-generation college 
student, continues to face the challenges that many low-income students experience throughout their course to success. Over the Spring of 2020, Hernandez graduated from Stanford University with a Master’s degree in Earth Systems and Policy.  “Im obviously very proud of her, and she worked really hard for it. I hope, in the future, she is happy with what she’s doing” Maria Hernandez, Paloma’s mother, said.

Overcoming Adversity

Daniella Hernandez, Editor in Chief of Design
May 12, 2020
Congratulations! Over the last week, candidates for next school year’s ASB officers have been campaigning online to win over student voters. After a second Schoology election to finalized President and Vice President positions, Emily Mojica and Leslie Quintana came out with the highest number of voters. The first thing Mojica did after receiving the news was call Quintana. Mojica said, “The work starts now, and I’m super excited to see how we can start making a positive change in our school.”

After Much Consideration

Daniella Hernandez, EIC of Design
April 28, 2020
From the months of December to February, aisles at Rite-Aid are filled with Valentines Day galore.

The Truth Behind Valentine’s Day

Daniella Hernandez, Editor in Chief of Design
February 5, 2020
The Wolfpacks #1 Fan

The Wolfpack’s #1 Fan

Daniella Hernandez, Editor In Chief of Design
October 30, 2019
Students Lack Spirit

Students Lack Spirit

Daniella Hernandez, Editor In Chief of Design
September 26, 2019
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