The Gaucho Gazette

Norteños vs. Sureños: An Overview
Discrimination on Campus
Examining Masculinity
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Spring Sports Update
Boxing’s Popularity Continues in Petaluma
Lady Gaucho Wrestlers Tackle Down Stereotypes
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Remembering Myself

Remembering Myself

April 5, 2019

I believe in being selfish. Growing up I watched my mother sacrifice over and over again for the welfare of my sister and I. I watched her cancel plans and take time off work; I witnessed her play the bad guy and take all of the hits. I wanted to protect others in the same way she had done for me, help others just as she had, and inspire others. So I watched and I learned.

Land of the Free

Land of the Free

March 21, 2019

As high schoolers we are expected for many reasons to be unconcerned with politics: we have school assignments, jobs, and fleeting time to remain kids before we enter the adult world. Despite this, the era that America was plunged into following Donald Trump's election in 2016 has lead many of us across the country to become highly politically engaged- as we always should have been.

Finding my Strength

Finding my Strength

March 18, 2019

In the spring of her junior year, my best friend was raped. Walking in her school parking lot in Michigan, her ex-boyfriend forced himself on her. She didn’t tell anyone for two weeks. I was the first person to hear her story and to cry with her.

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Review: “Captain Marvel” Builds Enthusiasm for Marvel Films
Review: “Wasteland, Baby!” Is Perfectly Crafted

Review: “Wasteland, Baby!” Is Perfectly Crafted

April 11, 2019

“Wasteland, Baby!” graced the world’s presence on March 1, 2019, to millions of anxious listeners. Those who anticipated the release were pleased to witness 11 brand new songs, and 3 songs pulled over from a previous EP entitled “Nina Cried Power.” Each song feels carefully crafted with love and appreciation for the material. Some notable tracks throughout the album, for either their uniqueness or their power, are “Nina Cried Power (ft. Mavis Staples),” “To Noise Making (Sing),” “Talk,” and the titular track “Wasteland, Baby!”

Review: “Happy Death Day 2U” Is Too Cheesy to be Horrific

Review: “Happy Death Day 2U” Is Too Cheesy to be Horrific

March 22, 2019

A Valentine's Day horror movie, “Happy Death Day 2U” is the sequel to the 2017 film “Happy Death Day” and continues the plot with the same characters. “Happy Death Day” mixed teen slasher flick with a horror twist on “Groundhog Day” and a sharp sense of humor. Tree Gelbman, a college student, lived through the day of her murder in the hands of a creepy baby-masked killer again and again until she became a more caring human being and a vengeful strategic thinker.

Review: “While We Wait” is a Beautiful Projection of Human Experience

Review: “While We Wait” is a Beautiful Projection of Human Experience

March 14, 2019

The multifaceted nature of relationships, and therefore of human beings, is a core component of this mixtape.

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Voice: Leah and Maya Bjostad
Voice: Bronson Lasley

Voice: Bronson Lasley

March 7, 2019

Sophomore Bronson Lasley reflects on his journey to become 2018's Junior World Live Duck Calling Champion.

Voice: Leo Costa

Voice: Leo Costa

December 9, 2018

Sophomore Leo Costa talks about his experience transitioning from female to male during high school.

Voice: Ryan Edmondson

Voice: Ryan Edmondson

September 27, 2018

Every issue of our newspaper features a unique student and showcases their experiences through their own words. This issue, we talked to sophomore Ryan Edmondson about his experience as a male gymnast.

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