Al Lavallee
I hail from Pacifica, a cold, foggy, weather-beaten town just off of San Francisco that is very likely crumbling into the ocean a bit as you read this. I was dragged against my will to the inhospitable desert wastes of Glendale, Arizona a year and a half ago at this point, and am still struggling to cope with the startlingly different political climate, the merciless heat, and the almost complete lack of a body of water any larger than the occasional puddle, but I will survive.

I do, however, very much enjoy complaining, writing, and being opinionated almost to the point of social ostracization, which I believe makes me a perfect fit for working on the newspaper here.

Al Lavallee, Reporter

Dec 12, 2017
The Death of Net Neutrality (Story)
Oct 17, 2017
Welcome to America (Story)
Sep 29, 2017
Silence Day Experience (Story)
Sep 29, 2017
You’ll Float Too (Story)
Sep 08, 2017
I went to the Trump rally; this is what happened. (Story)
Aug 22, 2017
An Abomination of Animation (Story)