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Art Therapy

Art Therapy

Some people say laughter is the best form of medicine; however, for many, healing comes through another medium: art. From painting to writing, dancing to composing, students have found art to be the best w...

September 24No Comments

The Homecoming Dance: Expectations vs. Reality

Ophelia Chiang and Sonia Goetschius

From passionate dances in the rain in "High School Musical" to bustling swing- dancing in "Grease" and fun times with friends in "Glee," movies and TV shows set extremely high expectations for what danc...

September 24No Comments

Animal Testing: Things a conscientious buyer should be aware of

Animal Testing: Things a conscientious buyer should be aware of

Skyler Genelly and Lauren Gonzales

Walk into the average makeup, grocery, or drug store and take a look around: there are hundreds of brands and products lining the shelves. How do you know which one to choose? How is your choice influenced? ...

June 2No Comments

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In Defense of Cheer

In Defense of Cheer

Damiana Andrews and Annie Gallo

Unathletic. Catty. Not a “real” sport. Cheer often gets stuck with the worst reputation: it’s looked down upon for its perceived lack of athleticism and the supposed drama behind the scenes. Beside...

September 24No Comments

Casa v.s. Newman

Casa v.s. Newman

Lindsay Florian and Annie Gallo

The football team sustained a tough blow against talent-loaded Cardinal Newman Friday night, losing 42-7 in a hard-fought battle. Against the backdrop of lively band music and great performances from che...

September 24No Comments

On the Flip Side: Vaulting

On the Flip Side: Vaulting

Chase Falk and Annie Gallo

You’ve seen people do a handstand. You’ve seen people do the splits. You’ve seen people do a flip. But have you ever seen someone do all three of these on a horse? Welcome to the world of equestr...

March 29No Comments

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Fast Food Fight: They’re Frying Their Hardest

Patrick Mantoani

The classic In-N-Out fry is revered throughout California as one of the more fresh and healthy fast food fry options. Because of this, it manages a perfect five in the oiliness...

February 25

Black History Month: Vintage Jazz and Blues Concert

Sonia Goetschius and Katie Marr

On February 3, the Petaluma Museum Association and Petaluma Blacks for Community Development kicked off their series of celebrations for Black History Month with the Vintage...

February 25

Tribute to the Beatles

Tribute to the Beatles

Zach McGunagle

An audience made up of many different generations of Beatles fans made their way to the Luther Burbank Center the night of February 15 to witness the tribute band, Rain, performing...

February 25

Petaluma Art Show: “Discover”

Ella Ban and Jessica Tang

At the quiet, mildly neglected Petaluma Art Center, anything is possible. From floral and fauna paintings to collage art and a tribute to the Black Lives Matter movement,...

February 25

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Tyler Tinoco-Marin, 10

Tyler Tinoco-Marin, 10

I would say I am more of a fictional writer. When I write, I like adventure since I go for the mystery and the action elements in a book, and I even try to add some romance...

February 25No Comments

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