The Gaucho Gazette

Tearing Down Stereotypes

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

January 16, 2019

Filed under Features

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...

Video Game Review: “Fallout 76”

Video Game Review: “Fallout 76”

January 10, 2019

   For a game that spent months after its announcement at E3 focusing on marketing and pushing its online multiplayer platform, Fallout 76 is an incredibly lo...

A Bittersweet Thirty Years

A Bittersweet Thirty Years

January 9, 2019

Luis Alves, the night custodian for thirty-four years, is now retiring. Also working these past fo...

What’s Poppin’?

What’s Poppin’?

January 9, 2019

  Skittles Popcorn 14 oz. bag of skittles (divided by color) 6-10 cups popcorn 5 x 2 tbsp. corn syrup 5 x ¼ cup butter Parchment paper Pop t...

Album Review: “Sunset Season” by Conan Gray

Album Review: “Sunset Season” by Conan Gray

January 9, 2019

   Looking at the world of Youtuber music, you see Tana Mongeau’s “Heifner,” or Jake Paul’s...

Movie Review: “Bohemian Rhapsody”

Movie Review: “Bohemian Rhapsody”

January 8, 2019

The 2018 film, “Bohemian Rhapsody,” a thrilling biopic about the iconic band, Queen, is a juggernaut of emotion, as electrifying as the vocals in “We Will Rock You,” and as mournful as the lyrics of “Love of My Life.”

Review: Food Pho Thought

Review: Food Pho Thought

January 8, 2019

With the arrival of the chilly holiday season, it is the perfect time to enjoy a nice, hot bowl of pho. Here are some local Vietnamese restaurants that you can go to to try some!

Holiday Fair

Holiday Fair

December 30, 2018

This year’s holiday fair featured fourteen clubs and classes. The Leadership class sold food — seni...

Immigrants Improve Industries

Kayla Alcorcha and Alejandro Paredes

December 18, 2018

Filed under Features

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...

Mary Gardner: Our Nominee for Teacher of the Year

Mary Gardner: Our Nominee for Teacher of the Year

December 17, 2018

Every year, the California League of Schools selects one exceptional educator statewide to be recogn...

Upcoming Winter Sports

Lauren Doran, Reporter

December 17, 2018

Filed under Sports, Uncategorized

While the official beginning of winter (Dec. 21) is yet to arrive, the winter sports season was kicked off nationally on Oct. 29. There are currently five sports at the school set to run from November and into January. The new season consists of three separate sports and five different teams: girls and boys basketball, girls and boy...

Birthright Citizenship

Violet Wang, Reporter

December 16, 2018

Filed under World View

Days before midterm elections, President Donald Trump announced that he is preparing an executive order with the goal to nullify the constitutional guarantee of birthright citizenship in the United States. Citizenship in the United States is a matter of federal law, governed by the United States Constitution. However, Trump ad...

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