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“Identity Evropa” Stickers Removed from Junior College Campus

“Identity Evropa” Stickers Removed from Junior College Campus

November 3, 2018

tickers and posters were found all over Sonoma County, including Windsor, Healdsburg, and Sonoma in late August. Though they are a hate group and posted advertisements representing hate, vandalism was the only crime committed as no damage or violence was involved. Police are continuing to closely watch and investigate the situation.

The New Faces of Campus

Emma Hughes, Sue Jacob, Aalyna Silva, and Kevin Sittner

September 21, 2018

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As the start of the school year commences, so begins a fresh educational chapter for a wide array of faculty, all with varying levels of experience, unique perspectives, and distinct personalities that will not only elevate the quality of the learning environment but enhance the campus community. Some of the newest faces include first-time staff additions to the world language, English, compensatory education, music, campus supervision, and counseling departments. Below, new teachers share their work experience as a staff member, express their motivation for educating at our campus, and share their goals for the upcoming school year.

Immigrants Unveil Reality

Natasha Thomas and Alejandro Paredes

September 21, 2018

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Due to the tense nature of immigration policies and opinions, it’s important to stay educated and informed about undocumented immigration from the perspectives of not only conservatives and liberals, but also immigrants themselves and the family that they sacrifice everything for.

Sexual Assault Charges Plague Catholic Church

Sexual Assault Charges Plague Catholic Church

September 21, 2018

Recently, a report originating from Pennsylvania has uncovered decades of sexual abuse, committed by hundreds of clergymen and only now revealed to the public.

Humanities vs. STEM

April 11, 2018

Filed under Features, Uncategorized

Across the nation, fall semester of senior year is often the most contemplative and stressful time of a student's academic journey. They live and breathe deadlines, churning out personal essays telling everything from their family trees to their best achievements as of yesterday.  Before all of the application chaos ensues...

Las Vacaciones de Primavera

Las Vacaciones de Primavera

February 24, 2018

    Las vacaciones de primavera son famosas por ser una semana en la que amigos y familiares van a v...

The Secret Life of Staff

Emma Pearce, Page editor, reporter

January 16, 2018

Filed under Features, Uncategorized

Athena Kautsch: 1. I am a certified massage therapist. 2. I once played a concert in front of 5000+ people. 3. I've had several nicknames including Betty Crocker Punk Rocker and Duh. 4. I'm a big fan of Martha Stewart. 5. My parents met at the Parthenon in Athens, which is why they named me Athena. 6. I once got su...

Preparing for the Apocalypse

Preparing for the Apocalypse

November 14, 2017

DEFENSE: Protection is indispensable during a time of crisis. Deck yourself out with wearable protection, l...

A New Perspective on Homecoming

November 4, 2017

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Homecoming, a time-honored tradition in high schools around the country, has a significant influence over the fall schedules of many high schoolers. People can take weeks, even months to prepare for this event, and spend their entire day leading up to it in the excitement of what’s to come. The problem is, there is a larg...

#PHONELESS

Nellely Azpeitia and Kayla Briceno

October 7, 2017

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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 adolescents, but are also a privilege as they can easily be taken away as a form of discipline. There are apps and trackers ava...

The New Freshman Class

Jacob Anderson, Ophelia Chiang, Jashan Gill, Tessa Hughes, and Grace Yarrow

October 6, 2017

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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 transferred from other sites or districts. Although many of the teachers have different reasons for coming to the school, new c...

Social Stalkers

Social Stalkers

May 16, 2017

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

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