The Lodi Rampage

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Ramcast: Rambling with Oliver Tan

June 20, 2019

On one of the very final installations of the Ramcast, for the very special 2019 senior edition of The Lodi Rampage, I sit down with Oliver Tan, a senior at Lodi High School who has been recognized on...

Ramcast: Rambling with Mary Breny

June 20, 2019

On one of the very final installations of the Ramcast, for the very special 2019 senior edition of The Lodi Rampage, I sit down with Mary Breny, a senior at Lodi High School who has been recognized on...

Ramcast: Rambling with Sean Tocci

June 20, 2019

On one of the very final installations of the Ramcast for the very special 2019 senior edition of the Lodi Rampage, I sit down with Sean Tocci, a senior at Lodi High School who has been recognized on the...

Staying Green: One Step at a Time

Staying Green: One Step at a Time

April 17, 2019

The world around us is dying. With the wasteful nature that has seemingly taken over the human race over the course of history,our big green Earth has taken a toll. If we continue to follow this path o...

Preparing to Make an Impact

Preparing to Make an Impact

Fransisco Mendez and Michelle Crespo

April 3, 2019

Turning eighteen in the great U.S. of A. makes you an adult in the eyes of the law, and while there are still some restrictions as to what you can do, there is one major thing you can do, vote. Once yo...

Don't Break the Bank, Save that Green

Don’t Break the Bank, Save that Green

March 12, 2019

Everything has a price and it’s easy to get enveloped in all of the temptations when that paycheck hits your bank account. Saving money is a genuine skill. With big events comes big expenses and senior y...

The Most Wonderful Time to Take a Trip

The Most Wonderful Time to Take a Trip

December 20, 2018

When you hear Christmas, what do you think? A big, jolly man in red, delivering coal to the naughty children? Swarms of elves working day and night to make presents for the good boys and girls? It’s...

The Ramcast: Rambling with Santa and Rudy

December 16, 2018

In this very special holiday installment of the Ramcast, I sit down with the big man in red himself, Santa Claus, and his favorite helper, Rudy the Elf, to talk about the holidays. In this interview, they...

The Ramcast: Rambling with Ms. Getrajdman

November 21, 2018

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it's a time to give thanks and give back to your community.  Therefore, in this edition of the Ramcast, I sit down with Lodi High School English teacher, Ms....

The Fear Among Us

October 30, 2018

What is it? Put simply fear is defined as an unpleasant emotion caused by the belief that someone or something is dangerous, likely to cause pain or a threat. Everyone fears something; fear protect...

The Ramcast: Rambling with Kat Valdivieso

October 11, 2018

In this installment of the Ramcast, I sit down with Kat Valdivieso, a senior at Lodi High School interested in joining the armed forces after high school. We play a game of Blackjack as Kat tells me ab...

The Ramcast: Rambling with Carlos Lopez

October 11, 2018

In our latest Ramcast, I sit down with Carlos Lopez to play a game of chess and to get to know the Student Government President of Lodi High School. Carlos talks about his impressions of Lodi High School,...

College application form

Applying Yourself to Your Application

October 11, 2018

Simply put: Applying for college is stressful. After spending 12 years being told what to do and how to do it, we are faced with a decision that will, seemingly, determine our entire future. I know the w...

Time to Buckle Down Upperclassmen

Time to Buckle Down Upperclassmen

September 23, 2018

While graduation may seem quite some time away, in less than a year, the class of 2019 will have officially graduated high school and the class of 2020 will become the new seniors. Although junior year s...

The Ramcast: Rambling with Tyler Rodriguez

September 23, 2018

In a public high school it is easy to forget that so many individuals are experiencing the same place in hundreds of different ways. Simply having a conversation with another student can open your eyes...