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Students stage show of solidarity for school shooting victims

Hundreds of students gathered on Mar. 14 to protest gun violence in school shootings. The walkout featured
students’ speeches, such as senior Shasta Sholes, president of the Social Justice League.

Sam Brook and Shannon Coan

June 2, 2018

Enough. Nunca más violencia. Never Again. We call BS. Nosotros somos el cambio. These are the words and posters that filled the air as students and staff walked out to protest gun laws and honor the victims of school shootings March 14. This national walkout was planned in response to the Marjory Sto...

Political unrest puts Global Glimpse trips to rest

Nick Abraham and Mackenzie Clarke

May 30, 2018

The annual Global Glimpse trips to Nicaragua have been rerouted to different countries because of growing political and social unrest in the country. After Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega announced higher taxes and cuts to social security, massive protests ensued. These protests quickly turned...

Weddings unite students in celebration of marriage equality

Weddings unite students in celebration of marriage equality

Lauren Stevens, Staff Reporter

May 2, 2018

The Sequoia Gender-Sexuality Alliance (GSA) held their annual marriage fundraiser Feb. 16 in the quad. About 100 students gathered to be married or have their vows renewed from earlier marriages. Students from Sequoia’s orchestra played live music and streamers were hung in the trees to decorate the...

Student-led group petitions to change ‘Cherokee’ name

Aviva Futornick, Online Editor

April 25, 2018

A new student-led group, ‘Ready for Ravens,’ was recently created to petition the change of Sequoia’s team name from Cherokees to Ravens. The club, which meets once a week, is currently working to garner support from students, parents, alumni and community members. In a petition created online,...

Practice field re-opens after lengthy renovation process

Rio Popper and Christian Pardo

April 25, 2018

After nine months of work, the field formerly known as Nicotine Field has finally been finished, and is now open to athletes and will soon open to the public. “We started construction at the beginning of last summer,” Administrative Vice Principal Garry Gooch said. “It was supposed to be done...

Cape Town drought foresees future weather issues

Sarah Fazio, Staff Reporter

April 25, 2018

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” to 2019 -- the point at which all taps would be cut off, but earlier this...

Cape Town drought foreshadows future weather isssues

Sarah Fazio, Staff Reporter

April 23, 2018

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” to 2019 -- the point at which all taps would be cut off, but earlier this ye...

Mass shooting serves as catalyst for corporate change against NRA

Mackenzie Clarke, Managing Editor

March 21, 2018

Following the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. Feb. 14, a movement protesting the National Rifle Association (NRA) has gained momentum in the business world. As of March 12, more than 20 major companies and conglomerates severed ties with the NRA, including Delta Airlines,...

Students stage show of solidarity for school shooting victims

March 19, 2018

Enough. Nunca más violencia. Never Again. We call BS. Nosotros somos el cambio. These are the words and posters that filled the air as students and staff walked out to protest gun laws and honor the victims of school shootings March 14. This national walkout was planned in response to the Ma...

Huerta meets with, inspires students

Christian Pardo Villa and Rio Popper

February 22, 2018

Students and teachers met American labor leader Dolores Huerta at the 13th Annual Anne & Loren Kieve Distinguished Lecture at Stanford Jan. 11. Huerta was originally an activist working towards greater equality for latinos. Recently, she has continued this goal while also focusing on gender equality. “I...

Extraordinary flu season is deadliest in years

Taylor Gayner and Sione Tuiaki

February 5, 2018

Due to failed tests by vaccine manufacturers, the rate of reported hospitalized flu cases in California has drastically increased compared to past flu seasons. These manufacturers have been using a process created decades ago, which has since become outdated. There has been a failure in the labs:...

‘Rocky’ start to Nicotine renovations

Sarah Fazio, Staff Reporter

January 24, 2018

The construction on the new Nicotine turf field next to the football field was delayed recently after its initial start earlier this year due to a mishap in the type of rock used by the contracting company. The rock was installed as the material to go underneath the turf. Workers soon discovered that...

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