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  • Baile Folklorico

    Baile Folklorico

    Jacob Anderson; Jashan Gill, Page editor, artist, reporter; Reporter

    October 18, 2017

    Culture is expressed in many forms: art, food, language, music; but for these women, culture comes in the shape of an intricate and competitive dance that encompasses several cultures from different regions in Mexico.    

  • Voice: Jessica Moser, 9

    Voice: Jessica Moser, 9

    Emma Pearce, Page editor, reporter

    October 18, 2017

    I started doing special effect makeup in the middle of eighth grade. My mom did normal makeup and I thought ‘That sounds cool.’ I googled makeup videos and some special effects came up. I tried it and I fell in love. I started out with bruises. I watched some videos until I understood bruises and ...

  • PSAT Schedule for Oct. 25 Released

    PSAT Schedule for Oct. 25 Released

    Grace Yarrow, Web Editor, Reporter

    October 17, 2017

    The school's new PSAT test date is now set for Wednesday, Oct. 25.  Those signed up for the test need to arrive at the NMU at 7:45 am. Testing will conclude at 11:45 am, and students not taking the PSAT are expected to be at school as normal, contrary to the previous plan for Wednesday. Those stu...

  • North Korea Update

    North Korea Update

    Celeste Chavez; Polly Parakul, Reporter; News editor, reporter

    October 7, 2017

    On Thursday, September 21, President Donald Trump signed an executive order granting power to the Treasury Department to establish sanctions on North Korea in order to limit their foreign interactions with companies in Northeast Asia. According to David Nakamura from the Washington Post, “Trump said th...

  • Editorial: The Right to Bear

    Editorial: The Right to Bear

    October 7, 2017

    Women have long been discouraged from pursuing powerful positions in the job field of politics. Recently, Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand's youngest leader of the labor party, was called into question because of her refusal to disclose her pregnancy intentions while running for office. This poses the question:...

    Photo by Ophelia Chiang

#PHONELESS

Nellely Azpeitia; Kayla Briceno, Content editor, page editor; Reporter

October 7, 2017No Comments

This generation of teens are occupied with countless hours in front of screens: texting, checking social media and watching videos. Phones have become one of the most important aspects in the lives of adolesc...

The New Freshman Class

Jacob Anderson; Ophelia Chiang; Jashan Gill; Tessa Hughes; Grace Yarrow, Page editor, artist, reporter; Page editor, artist; Reporter; Editor-in-chief; Web editor, reporter

October 6, 2017No Comments

As we embark on the new school year, the campus welcomes a new batch of departmentally diverse teachers. They have varying levels of experiences - some having started their careers here while others trans...

Social Stalkers

Social Stalkers

Skyler Genelly

May 16, 2017No Comments

Instagram–the land of overly-edited selfies, impeccably detailed pictures of lattes, and a plethora of aesthetically pleasing feeds–is also the kingdom which many online predators call home. The social...

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Baile Folklorico

Baile Folklorico

Jacob Anderson; Jashan Gill, Page editor, artist, reporter; Reporter

October 18, 2017No Comments

Culture is expressed in many forms: art, food, language, music; but for these women, culture comes in the shape of an intricate and competitive dance that encompasses several cultures from different regions...

The Brunk Era

The Brunk Era

Andrew Gotshall; Polly Parakul, Broadcast editor; News editor, reporter

October 6, 2017No Comments

A coach is responsible for being a role model beyond the sports field; they are an encourager of strong values and morals, an implementer of accountability, a mentor to student-athletes during their athletic ...

Lokahi Girls Head to Hawaii

Ashley Hancock, Reporter

October 6, 2017No Comments

August 30 marked a milestone for the 19 and under girls Lokahi Outrigger Canoeing Club. The girls team departed from SFO to go to Hawaii for their first international paddling competition. Junior Ella Reyes tells on the serious amount of preparation and conditioning it took to be ready for the competition.    “It took six months of actual training. We were in the water five days a week train...

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Childhood Menu

Childhood Menu

October 18, 2017

Cherry On Top

Cherry On Top

Ophelia Chiang; Tessa Hughes; Sean Lopez, Page editor, artist; Editor-in-chief; Page editor, reporter

October 6, 2017

Staff of the Gaucho Gazette tried different ice cream places in Sonoma County, from mochi to Wicked Slush, to determine which are worth the effort. Read more by clicking the...

Gifted

Ophelia Chiang and Tessa Hughes

May 15, 2017

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?...

Worth It – Donuts Edition

Patrick Mantoani

May 15, 2017

The name “Sunrise” is a perfectly adequate name for this doughnut shop. Upon entering this haven at the later hours of the day, one is subject to any number of free ...

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Voice: Jessica Moser, 9

Voice: Jessica Moser, 9

Emma Pearce, Page editor, reporter

October 18, 2017No Comments

I started doing special effect makeup in the middle of eighth grade. My mom did normal makeup and I thought ‘That sounds cool.’ I googled makeup videos and some special ...

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Time to be Alone

Time to be Alone

Jashan Gill, Reporter

October 20, 2017No Comments

It can be any length of time — a minute, an hour, a few days — but the idea of having time alone is something I believe is necessary for our fast-paced society. We are ...

Letting Go

Letting Go

October 20, 2017

Breakfast Food for Thought

October 7, 2017

Breaking down the Language Barrier

October 7, 2017

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