Raven Report

Ego should not trump facts when talking politics

Staff Editorial

October 18, 2017

Divisiveness and polarization have grabbed this country by the you-know-what. There is no middle ground, no chill and no standard. Everyone hates half the country. The west is out of touch with the south, the south is out of touch...

Knowing new events will foster new views

Beatrice Bugos

October 18, 2017

Every day since fifth grade, I’ve come home to the San Francisco Chronicle to fuel my procrastination of homework. As the years go on, I’ve gotten further into the depths beyond just the first page captions. Maybe it’s just...

Don’t let science draw you from art

Shannon Coan, Feature Editor

October 18, 2017

We live in a tech bubble. Within a quick drive are the campuses of Google, Facebook, Apple, and so many other tech giants, creating an abundance of Computer Science and engineering jobs, which seem to be the only paths anyone...

Make history, not war

Mackenzie Clarke and Benjy Jude

September 13, 2017

In the shadow of the march and countermarch in Charlottesville, as well as the White House’s decision to roll back DACA, how do we, as Sequoia, want to be remembered? What does one of the most diverse student bodies in our neighboring...

Let’s repect the opposite sex

September 13, 2017

         

Studying abroad shouldn’t be foreign to students

Aviva Futornick, Online Editor

September 13, 2017

Just after the clock struck midnight and we dove into 2017, I stuffed my over-sized bag, hopped on a plane and left Sequoia, my family and my life for a 5-month adventure in France. Four days later I was back in school, but in...

Settling the score: senior grades the school’s performance

Tyson Fraley, Staff Reporter

May 31, 2017

Social: The sense of community that the administration takes pride in is essentially surface-level. There’s a type of de-facto segregation—both in race and academic pathways—evident at lunch, where the MPR divides our ...

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