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SROs Stay On Campus

Jay Tipirneni, Co-Editor-in-Chief

August 18, 2020

Amidst the national wave of protests and demonstrations against police violence, it is imperative that we are introspective of the police that are on our own campuses. It has been made abundantly clear by demonstrations, studie...

Bored at home? Get involved in local politics

Ray Evans, Opinion Editor

April 21, 2020

With the state of the world right now, it’s easy to be nihilistic. It’s easy to simply sink into a state of apathy. But the fact that things are so rough right now is precisely why we cannot afford apathy. However, a silve...

Laughing At War

David Ramirez, Feature Editor

February 17, 2020

So far, 2020 has given us: The Corona Virus. Australia's wildfires. The WWIII memes. Our president's impeachment. Perhaps our generation has dealt with enough of the world's current darkness, so to no surprise, the WWIII memes...

Our future in our hands

Taylor Gayner and Jay Tipirneni

January 9, 2020

Issues like gun violence and sexual assault have inspired great activism in students, and have inspired more young people to speak out about their concerns more than ever, but nothing has brought about change and advocacy on ca...

The Vending Machine Crisis

A look at the vending machines at Sequoia

Grant Weiner, Staff Reporter

January 9, 2020

Read beyond the headline

While society has been desensitized to the news, paying attention to it still bears importance.

Shannon Coan, Copy Editor

May 29, 2019

Letter From the Editors: Optimism in Overcoming Injustice

Beatrice Bugos and Benjy Jude, Editors-in-Chief

April 24, 2019

We hope every senior who went to prom had the perfect night to remember. And we hope the same for every junior, but you all have another shot next year. We also understand that there was a lot of controversy around this prom (...

‘Doorings’ pose serious threat to students commutes

Ray Evans, Staff Reporter

March 15, 2019

A car door opens. A cyclist can’t stop in time. The cyclist goes sprawling. Some variation of this story may seem all too familiar to many cyclists, but these “dooring” accidents along with various other forms of common...

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