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Schedules changed to ease student workload

Schedules changed to ease student workload

Lucie Tenenbaum, Staff Reporter November 15, 2021

Intended for success, the block schedule has students attending every class for 40 minutes on Wednesdays. Students are becoming more and more stressed with work from their classes and Wednesdays were made...

From left to right: Melissa Díaz, Claire Kerby, Diana Nguyen

Ethnic Studies Enters Schedules

Greta Reich, Feature Editor November 15, 2021

As Sequoia students return to campus, a course for the last two decades is not coming with them. Over the online school year of 2020-2021, Sequoia Union High School District teachers, including Sequoia’s...

Reading into the changes at bookstores

Reading into the changes at bookstores

Haylee Huynh, Staff Reporter November 15, 2021

Media outlets blew up with regards to supporting small, local businesses during the pandemic. But how did those businesses navigate the ‘new normal’ to be accessible for customers in the middle of...

Celebrity criticism, helpful or harmful?

Haylee Huynh, Staff Reporter November 15, 2021

Billie Eilish, 19 year old singer-songwriter and beloved amongst all generations takes a misstep with the release of her music video for single “Lost Cause” as a part of her latest album “Happier...

SUHSD divided over returning full in the fall

Madeline Carpinelli, Feature Editor May 23, 2021

After a year of distance learning, Sequoia returned to in-person school on April 5. The journey to that point has been difficult and full of division, due to concerns about mental health, safety, racial...

COVID-19 Halloween: How Teens Celebrated During the Pandemic

Ethan Rudy, Staff Reporter December 8, 2020

Most people think of Halloween as a time to eat candy and hang out with friends or family, but COVID-19 really threw the spooky festivities for a loop this year. However, the Raven Report knew that...

Virtual Graduation Better than Nothing

Greta Reich, Staff Reporter May 29, 2020

“Virtual Graduation” is a new, but fairly well-used term these days. Though not nearly the same as a traditional graduation ceremony, it is certainly something that will be remembered by all those...

Peer Mediators advise families through crisis

Jay Tipirneni, Editor-in-Chief May 20, 2020

Our close proximity to family and others that we share close relationships with due to shelter-in-place orders has given rise to new conflicts that may not be receiving as much attention as necessary,...

Youth Advisory Board efforts seek to support students amidst pandemic

Youth Advisory Board efforts seek to support students amidst pandemic

Jay Tipirneni, Editor-in-Chief May 1, 2020

Amid the chaos of the global pandemic, the Youth Advisory Board is working towards improving the lives of students who may be struggling at home.  The YAB’s main goal is to identify and help fulfill...

COVID-19’s Lasting Effects

Alex Chang, Staff Reporter April 14, 2020

COVID-19, or more commonly known as coronavirus, was first discovered in December of 2019, has since infected people worldwide,  sickening 1.9 million people and killing 123,000 at the writing of this...

Chick-fil-A coming to RWC

Chick-fil-A coming to RWC

Caitlin Dulsky, Staff Reporter April 11, 2020

A new Chick-fil-a location is opening on Whipple Avenue in Redwood City sometime in 2020. It has been a long time coming for Chick-fil-a to move into the Redwood City area as a direct result of the controversy...

Making quarantine more BEARable

Making quarantine more BEARable

Caitlin Dulsky, Staff Reporter April 11, 2020

Bears are popping up in windows all over town! People all over the world are putting stuffed bears in their windows for kids in their neighborhood to have an activity to do while they are out walking and...

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