The Gaucho Gazette

Painting Over the Stigma of Street Art

Nathan Bingham, Lucia Garay, Kaitlyn Wong, and Grace Yarrow

January 17, 2019

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Street art is a common sight throughout urban areas yet street art has various connotations ranging from graffiti tagged along the sides of rural sections to murals painted on developed city buildings. With these urban art installations becoming a popular trend in many cities the question arises: what exactly is the difference between graffiti and street art?

Global Celebrations

Global Celebrations

January 17, 2019

Chinese New Year marks the beginning of a new year on the lunar calendar. Upon China’s adoption of the ...

One Year Later: Rebuilding After the Tubbs Fire

January 16, 2019

On Oct. 8, 2017, 30 mile per hour winds and a dry summer pushed the Tubbs Fire and nearby fires in Sonoma...

Tearing Down Stereotypes

Cash Martinez, Lucia Garay, Taya Llapitan, and Nellely Azpeitia

January 16, 2019

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Azmat Hashmi    Some people do go through people saying bad stuff to you, but it’s never really happened to me, not even at school or anything. I have a couple of friends here who are also Muslim and that’s pretty cool. I don’t think that they’ve ever faced anything like this either. Some people do say stuf...

Immigrants Improve Industries

Kayla Alcorcha and Alejandro Paredes

December 18, 2018

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The United States has long been a place of refuge for immigrants seeking improved living conditions where the violence, dictatorship, and poverty that often plagues third world countries is absent. Foreign families uproot themselves to build a new life in America. The industries of agriculture, food services, construction, an...

Fall Fashion

Fall Fashion

December 9, 2018

Reporter Taya Llapitan shares Petaluma stores embracing fall fashion trends. 

A Salute to Military Children

Megan Gaur, Reporter

December 7, 2018

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Each year, our campus welcomes a diverse and unique batch of learners to the student body. Among them are the siblings, daughters, or sons of active or ex-military members who have served their families while serving the nation. Below, military siblings from our campus share their experiences with ever-changing academic, social, and domestic circumstances.

Stick It To Me

Emma Hughes, Reporter

December 3, 2018

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Often, Hydro Flask stickers and decoration are a reflection of a person’s interests and life experiences. They are also a new form of remembrance and tribute. Some students share how they enhance their Hydro Flasks to represent themselves.

The Life and Times of Eggnog

The Life and Times of Eggnog

November 30, 2018

Love it or hate it, there is no denying that eggnog is a wintertime staple. Staff member Daniel Lubliner investigates the history of this traditional drink.

A Million Lives, One Vaccination

A Million Lives, One Vaccination

November 14, 2018

In 2015, a measles outbreak linked to the Disneyland theme park in California infected more than 130 people. ...

Sneak Peak: Jesus Club

Sneak Peak: Jesus Club

November 14, 2018

Taking a view into Jesus Club and the fun events that proceed during Thursday lunch meetings.

“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.

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