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ASB convention showcases political spirit

Mackenzie Clarke, Staff Reporter

The second annual ASB convention, held April 28, served to elect junior Leah King as ASB vice-president and juniors Caitlyn Gilbert and MacKenzie Utley as student activities/dance commissioners. Four delegates from each 5th peri...  Read More »

May 25, 2016

Baseball seniors honored as team drops close game

Zack Rosenblatt, Page Editor

Sequoia baseball celebrated their seniors Wednesday, May 4 before losing a contested 2-1 game against the Carlmont Scots. Seniors Babak Amerian, Justin Blau, Blake Carbonneau, Blake DeTata,  Jonathan Kelly,  Max Micheli...  Read More »

May 5, 2016

Spring sports battle with El Niño

Brighid Bugos, Staff Reporter

  Flooded fields, ruined equipment and announcements of cancelled games and practices are what many spring athletes associate with El Niño. Many teams have had to cancel practices or games due to weather in the pa...  Read More »

April 27, 2016

Students face lost cause after valuables stolen

Beatrice Bugos and Benjy Jude

You finish sports practice and walk into the locker room to grab your bag. You see wide open pockets and start running. You frantically search for a prized possession. But your phone is gone. “I was freaking out because you’re alwa...  Read More »

April 22, 2016

‘Shy but made of steel’: Eckford breaks barriers

Philip Tyson and Abigail Wang, Copy Editor and Opinion Editor

Civil Rights leader Elizabeth Eckford spoke of her experiences in the Little Rock Nine, the first black students to integrate an all-white high school, during third period March 31 in Carrington Hall. About 800 students heard...  Read More »

April 19, 2016

Course offerings expand to include IB Business and Management

Mackenzie Clarke, Staff Reporter

Beginning next year, IB Business and Management will be offered as a one-year course open to juniors and seniors. The class, led by AVID and Psychology teacher David Weyant, will be a part of the Social Studies Department...  Read More »

March 9, 2016

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Making prom a fairytale, regardless of economic need

Mackenzie Clarke, Staff Reporter

The girl’s eyes light up at the sight of her dream dress; her hair is perfectly curled, nails manicured and painstakingly-chosen jewelry catches the light of the room, ...  Read More »

May 6, 2016

Peruvian Student Adjusts to Life in the United States

Matt Eisenberg, Staff Reporter

Eleven months ago, Sophomore Ricki Cam del Solar was living in Peru, a South American country known for its delectable foods and the Machu Picchu ruins. A month later, he board...  Read More »

April 30, 2016

Besides homework and high school drama, teens cope with chronic health conditions

Philip Tyson, Copy Editor

Chronic pain affects junior’s schoolwork Junior Andrea Marquez spends three to four days a week at the doctor’s to deal with chronic pain. Added to her full plate of ...  Read More »

April 27, 2016

Conversing with conservatives

Marissa Svec-Burdick, Page Editor

With so many fireworks this election cycle among the Dems and the GOP, we forget that they aren’t the only candidates on the table. This is a quick brief on some of the smaller political parties, and what they bring to the ballot.

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April 20, 2016

Students aim for success at local clubhouses

Aviva Futornick, Staff Reporter

Junior Jaynar de la Cruz spends every day after school at the clubhouse in Redwood City. De la Cruz is a student and teen staff member at the Boys and Girls Club of the...  Read More »

April 20, 2016

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