Raven Report

Getting raw and real with healthy food trends

Ysabelle Punzal, Staff Reporter

May 30, 2018

Filed under Features, Op/Ed

Mints & Honey Avocado and Egg Toast $6.00 Famous for its artsy pictures, this simple dish is quite the talk of the day. Its well seasoned hard boiled egg, thick slice of fluffy Acme bread, and creamy layer of mashed avocado ma...

Summer programs diversify student learning opportunities

Sarah Fazio, Staff Reporter

May 30, 2018

Filed under Features

Summer offers an opportunity for students to rest and take a break from the daily grind of high school, and it also offers the chance to try something new. Numerous colleges offer pre-college programs that give high school...

Buildings names tell the story of Sequoia’s movers and shakers

Beatrice Bugos, Sports Editor

April 25, 2018

Filed under Features

Otis Carrington (Faculty 1907-1950): Carrington was a music and art teacher and later became the head of the music department he developed. He’s most famous for his children operettas because he found there were no operetta...

Cape Town drought foresees future weather issues

Sarah Fazio, Staff Reporter

April 25, 2018

Filed under Features, News

Cape Town, South Africa, a major metropolis of nearly 4 million people, is running of of water. Historically dry rain seasons in the past few years have left reservoirs completely dry. City officials have pushed “Day Zero”...

IB program distinguishes Sequoia’s curriculum

Soana Afu and Sarah Fazio

April 23, 2018

Filed under Features

Since 2002, Sequoia has been accredited as an International Baccalaureate (IB) school. Like IB’s more-common counterpart, Advanced Placement (AP), IB courses are college-level classes meant to prepare students for post-secondary...

Recent, diverse moves shine on the silver screen

Hannah Kloninger-Stever and Lauren Stevens

April 23, 2018

Filed under Features

“The more diverse [a movie] is, the more relatable it is, and the more people will want to watch it. You don’t have to resort back to white, straight, cis people. It will be successful anyway.” -Amy Abad, Sophomore

Logan Paul video presses play on content controversy

Hannah Kloninger-Stever, Staff Reporter

February 5, 2018

Filed under Features

  22-year-old Logan Paul’s Youtube channel, ‘Logan Paul Vlogs’ has 487 videos uploads, totaling over three billion combined views. Uploading shocking or unexpected videos has always been a way for YouTubers to...

Perfection spurred by expectations

Ysabelle Punzal, Staff Reporter

February 5, 2018

Filed under Features

All A’s, varsity captain of the soccer team, student council president, and lead in the school play. This seemingly perfect life has its ups and downs. From dealing with mental stresses to feeling pressured to be the best, these...

Ravens soar through the open skies

Aviva Futornick, Online Editor

January 24, 2018

Filed under Features

The engine roaring, speed picking up, hands grip the controls and suddenly you’re 100 feet in the air. For most, this is a rare experience, but for seniors Alex Strehlow and Alexander Berkaloff, it’s a common and welcomin...

How to ‘sleigh’ this holiday season

Ysabelle Punzal, Staff Reporter

January 24, 2018

Filed under Features

Whether celebrating the holidays with a big green tree or a ‘lit’ menorah, basking in the 70-degree California “winter,” dealing with stress pimples, sleep deprivation and the countdown to winter break ticking through...

Silence is the speech of suppression

Staff Editorial

January 24, 2018

Filed under Op/Ed, Special Feature

Sequoia is a sea of diversity: our campus hosts one of the greatest distributions of races, socioeconomic backgrounds and geographic origins in the district. Yet, within days of commencing our own journey through this diverse...

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