The Gaucho Gazette

Many Roads To Success

Many Roads To Success

May 25, 2019

Since deciding to take a gap year to travel South America, I have received a variety of different feedback:...

Critical Selection

Critical Selection

April 25, 2019

  Music, regardless of how subjective, transformative, and personal of a subject it ought to be, is, unfortunately, the instigator of conflict, spite, and ultimately...

Unwritten

Unwritten

April 17, 2019

Nellely Azpeitia explains her home struggles and plans to give solace to future generations through writing — something she never had.

A Different World

A Different World

April 16, 2019

My childhood weekends are filled with memories of napping on long car rides and having my mom shake me awake as we reached the Golden Gate Bridge. Crossing the intersec...

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.

Precious Moments

Precious Moments

February 8, 2019

Photo by Megan Gauer In September of 2017, my sister and my names were called over the intercom during a normal lunch period. We quickly finished our conversatio...

Yo Soy

Yo Soy

December 7, 2018

I’m 39 years old. I’ve lived in this country for 18 years; it has taken my youth and it has turned my...

Saying Goodbye

Saying Goodbye

December 3, 2018

In my freshman year of high school, my older brother, Dominik, moved three thousand miles away from the home, the to...

Independant Innovators

Independant Innovators

December 3, 2018

You are presented with 20 sticks of raw spaghetti, a yard of string, and a yard of tape. Now, in a team of four, you are challenged to create the tallest freestandin...

Defining Introversion

Defining Introversion

September 21, 2018

Many people seem to think that an introvert is someone who is shy, quiet, and doesn’t like spending...

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