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Social Stalkers

Social Stalkers

May 16, 2017

Instagram–the land of overly-edited selfies, impeccably detailed pictures of lattes, and a plethora of ae...

The Season of Festival-ing

The Season of Festival-ing

May 16, 2017

The season of music festivals is rapidly beginning, starting off with the famous, beloved, bohemian dream...

Night Life

Night Life

May 16, 2017

With the strain of AP classes, steady streams of homework, and demands outside of school like sports a...

Golf: Going for Green — and Gold

Alex Paredes

May 16, 2017

Filed under Sports

People on campus have been curiously asking if there’s been a golf team playing for the school, and the answer to that question is: yes. The boy’s golf team is less prominent in the school’s conscience than bigger sports such as football or basketball. Nonetheless, they’ve been performing well. Ever since the season kic...

Gymnastics: Vaulting to Victory

Annie Gallo and Katie Marr

May 16, 2017

Filed under Sports

Gymnastics is a grueling sport that requires hours of dedication and unending motivation; fortunately, for three gymnasts on campus, those hours of hard work have paid off and resulted in impressive performance at Regionals. Freshmen Kira Lim, Camille Mantoani, and senior Alex Green all exhibited their level nine gym expertise ...

Lacrosse: Not The Most Re-Laxing Season

Ella Ban and Sean Lopez

May 16, 2017

Filed under Sports

Coached by alumni Alyssa Chavez and Poppy Milano, girls’ JV lacrosse settled with a 2-4-2 record overall, successfully holding their own against rival Petaluma and defeating San Marin and Rancho Cotate during their season. Girls’ Varsity ended with a 0-7 overall record. Alumni Melina Essig and Hayley Hubbard coached t...

Update: Trump’s First 100 Days

Karina King

May 16, 2017

Filed under World View

Build a border wall, and make Mexico pay for it. Trump: “I would build a great wall, and nobody builds walls better than me, believe me, and I’ll build them very inexpensively. I will build a great great wall on our southern border and I’ll have Mexico pay for that wall. Mark my words.” Status: Executive Order...

Syria’s War Gone Toxic

Tia Bentivegna and Jessica Tang

May 16, 2017

Filed under World View

Syria has rocketed back into the national conscience with news of the April 4 chemical attack. One of the worst chemical attacks seen in Syria’s six-year civil war, the incident has aroused international attention and outrage at the increasing brutality of the war. The toxic gas bombing attack took place in the rebel-held Idlib ...

Zuma Must Go

Polly Parakul

May 16, 2017

Filed under World View

The reign of Jacob Zuma as President of South Africa and leader of the African National Congress (ANC) has gained controversy, as his public reputation has come under fire after recent dramatic changes made in his cabinet. The Guardian reports that he “has come under huge criticism from opposition parties following the re...

Somalia: Fighting Famine

Axel Perales

May 16, 2017

Filed under World View

A dire drought, the worst in 60 years, has overtaken Eastern Africa, especially Ethiopia, Kenya, and Somalia. This drought reaches back into the 1990s, but has recently been intensified by three main factors. One factor is climate change wreaking havoc on the balance between the cooling of the eastern Pacific Ocean and the ...

Lily Downs, 10

Lily Downs, 10

May 16, 2017

I would describe myself as someone who is very caring and conscious of other humans around me.  I’m v...

Gifted

Ophelia Chiang and Tessa Hughes

May 15, 2017

Filed under Reviews

It is difficult to make a played-out plot watchable, from each romantic comedy to every action-laced film, movies have used the same storyline for years on end. A common one? The custody battle for the endearing, scene-stealing child who the audience adores. “Gifted” followed exactly that plot line, but it somehow manag...

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