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Mac vs.PC: The Best Computer For You

Patrick Mantoani and Jessica Tang

April 1, 2017

Filed under Reviews

Macs vs. PCs: the immortal problem of which is better has long been debated by the people. It’s difficult to say which is objectively better; the performances of the two operating systems vary depending on what you judge them by, such as user interface, aesthetics, and programming. Nonetheless, it is quite easy to shed light...

Hiking Trail: Helen Putnam

Hiking Trail: Helen Putnam

April 1, 2017

What's the criteria for a good date? Does it have to be active or stimulating? Creative, amusing, or thought-p...

Simmer

Simmer

April 1, 2017

Nestled in the corner of the plaza on North McDowell Boulevard, Simmer is a small but thriving Vietnam...

Beauty and the Beast

Beauty and the Beast

April 1, 2017

On Friday, March 17, a 1991 Disney classic was remade in live action form. Starring Emma Watson as B...

Congratulations to the Academic Decathlon Team

Ella Ban

April 1, 2017

Filed under News

Over spring break, the nine members of the school’s top Academic Decathlon team travelled to Sacremento to compete in the California Academic Decathlon Statewide Competition, where they were tested on ten subjects: Art, Economics, History, Mathematics, Physics, Music, Literature, Speech, Interview and Essay. Aided by advi...

Tomorrow’s Leaders Today: Leadership Program

Tomorrow’s Leaders Today: Leadership Program

April 1, 2017

Tomorrow’s Leaders Today (TLT) is a leadership program that gives students the chance to explore po...

10,000 Degrees Institution Supports College Efforts

10,000 Degrees Institution Supports College Efforts

April 1, 2017

A substantial number of sophomores in the last week of March signed up for an institute known as 10,0...

Forni Scholarship

Annie Gallo and Natalie Micco

April 1, 2017

Filed under News

James Forni was a mentor, a coach, and a teacher unlike any other; through his own personal struggles, he remained an incredible role model and inspiration for his students and players. The mark he made, not only on the basketball program but on the campus itself, transformed the school into an inclusive and welcoming community. Se...

Band Teacher Conducts Her Last Spring Concert

Band Teacher Conducts Her Last Spring Concert

April 1, 2017

The school’s freshmen, concert, and symphonic bands united on Wednesday, March 15 and orchestrated ...

Petaluma an Unofficial Sanctuary City

Gabi Cervantes and Zach McGunagle

April 1, 2017

Filed under News

On February 27, Petaluma became  a safe haven for people threatened by President Trump’s enforcement of immigration laws, with the city council’s  unanimous vote to accept the “It Won’t Happen Here” safeguard. This means that undocumented immigrants currently residing in Petaluma cannot face discrimination from l...

Drama Department Performs Audience-Interactive Murder Mystery

Drama Department Performs Audience-Interactive Murder Mystery

April 1, 2017

The old, sickly, and extremely wealthy Mr. Starkweather has been murdered in his own home, and the house...

Attack of the Gulls

Ophelia Chiang

April 1, 2017

Filed under Opinion

There are millions of species on Earth. Together, we share this planet. We live our lives, and they live theirs. We have no right to interfere with other species, which also means that other species have no right to interfere with us. Seagulls, a type of bird we interact with everyday, are gradually becoming an issue for us....

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