The Scarlet Scroll

Mia Hawkins

Mia Hawkins, Editor-in-Chief

Mia Hawkins is a senior at Mater Dei and is the 2019-2020 Editor-in-Chief of The Scarlet Scroll. Aside from working on the newspaper, Hawkins is the Senior Class Co-Vice President, an AP/Honors student, a member of CSF, NHS, the Quill and Scroll  Honor Society, as well as club president to the Journalism Club and Animal Rights Club. One thing she is most excited for this year is the change The Scarlet Scroll is making by switching from a traditional newspaper to a modern newsmagazine. During her last year of high school, she not only looks forward to making memories with her friends but also hopes to bring positive change to the campus as well as help continue to improve the student publications program through collaboration and by creating a cozy and successful newsroom environment.

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STEP BY STEP: The All-Male Dance Team finishes off the rally with their routine. The All-Male Dance Team is always the last performance of the rally, a part students look forward to. Performing with All Male is one of the most exhilarating feelings Ive experienced. Not because of the crowds reaction, or who is necessarily watching us, but because I know everyone on that stage loves what they are doing. Senior Louis Salcedo said.

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October 3, 2019
SPINNING AND TWIRLING: The Cheer Team hypes up the students as they enter the Meruelo Athletic Center, getting everyone into school spirit. The Fall Sports Rally celebrates and wishes luck to all fall sport athletes for their seasons.

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October 3, 2019
HONOR, GLORY, LOVE: To conclude the Fall Sports Rally, ASB officers join together to sing the Alma Mater. ...overall it [the rally] went fairly smoothly and Im really pleased with how it ended. Im really pleased with how it ended. Im really excited to get started on the next one, Van Dalsem said.

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September 21, 2018
DINERO, DINERO: The dance teams perform to Dinero by Jennifer Lopez, choreographed by coach Kristina Marquez. The use of the money dispenser was to bring the song to life through props along with dance. We wanted to leave a lasting impression on the audience and get the crowd pumped up for the rest of the school year, Marquez said.

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September 21, 2018
CIRCUS ON WHEELS: Senior Sofia Galindo and junior Anne-marie Verkuylen roll around in tiny tricycles as they participate in the relay event that featured various fall sport athletes.

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September 21, 2018
ROCK & ROLL: Coach Bruce Rollinson makes remarks about the football season, encouraging students to dress in red, white, and blue in honor of Labor Day for their game against La Mirada game.

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September 21, 2018
The Cheer Squad pumps up the crowd to celebrate the Monarch victory.

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September 12, 2017
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