The Gaucho Gazette

Senator Bill Dodd Visits Government Class

Senator Bill Dodd Visits Government Class

October 31, 2018

On Oct. 31, California Senator Bill Dodd visited the school to talk to Jake Lee's government class. Dodd discussed the upcoming election and his own stance on a few national and state issues. 

Football team defeats Petaluma in 2018 Egg Bowl

Football team defeats Petaluma in 2018 Egg Bowl

October 29, 2018

On Oct. 27, the school's football team beat Petaluma High School in 37-36 in the traditional Egg Bowl cross-town rivalry game.

Cross Country Gauchos Take on Mt. SAC

Cross Country Gauchos Take on Mt. SAC

October 28, 2018

The Gaucho cross country boy’s and girl’s teams have earned first place in their league. Both the...

An Egg-stravagant Game

An Egg-stravagant Game

October 23, 2018

In a packed gym flooded with excited energy, the school’s volleyball team played in the home Egg Bowl...

Seven Windows Shattered

Seven Windows Shattered

October 11, 2018

“It was in the moment—breaking the windows. We were walking around and then I was like ‘Bro, I don’t want to go to class tomorrow,’ so we walked around the school, on the roof, and then walking back to the car, and then I walked to the garden and I saw stakes,” said the anonymous student.

31 Days, 31 Drawings

31 Days, 31 Drawings

October 11, 2018

In 2009, Jake Parker, a comic book creator and illustrator, created Inktober, a celebration of ink drawings, ...

Review: “Sierra Burgess is a Loser” Is a Loser

Review: “Sierra Burgess is a Loser” Is a Loser

October 4, 2018

The latest Netflix original movie, “Sierra Burgess is a Loser," has divided audiences across the world upon its release in late August. Some people think it is a touching story about conflicted identity and being different, but others, myself included, think that Sierra Burgess is a despicable character who effortlessly managed to catfish the boy of her dreams, pretend to be deaf, and cyberbully one of her only friends in the span of an hour and 45 minutes: that takes talent.

Fresh[man] Start

Sydney Pearce and Elizabeth Wang

September 27, 2018

Filed under Campus Life, Showcase

It’s a brand new year, and with it comes new faces. Coming out of eighth grade and moving into ninth, many freshmen are bewildered and anxious about their years to come. Hoping for the best, but expecting the worst, many freshmen are both socially and physically lost. Many new students will have the common misconception t...

Senior Advice

Senior Advice

September 27, 2018

As the new freshman class gets settled into their new home away from home for the next four years, w...

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.

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.

Back to Sports

Back to Sports

September 21, 2018

To kick off the school year, the school has some exciting sports events coming up which include volleyball, football, cross country, and tennis. The school has changed into a new league and added a few coaches, which will bring some new challenges to this fall season.

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