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New Year, New Variant

New Year, New Variant

Beatrice Shen, Staff Writer January 26, 2022

With the emergence of the new year, 2022, many people were hoping for a fresh start, preferably one with lessening stress of Covid-19. However, infectious disease specialists knew better, predicting a...

Pig-to-Human Heart Transplant

Beatrice Shen, Staff Writer January 20, 2022

Two weeks ago, 57 year old David Bennett had a heart transplant, a procedure that has been perfected by medical professionals over the past half-century. However, Bennett’s cardiac transplant was unlike...

Skylar Yam (22), Micah Yam (22), Lee Gallivan (22), Emma Jankowska (22), and Leila Phillips (22) spending their New Years Eve all together.

New Year, New Me

Allyson May, Editor in Chief January 20, 2022

Working out, eating healthier, and making good grades are one of the many new year’s resolutions students decide to make every year. A new year’s resolution is usually a goal people create to better...

The seniors make a circle to get excited for the game, ready to win it!

Going Head-to-Head in Flag Football

Allyson May, Editor in Chief December 17, 2021

As the fog submerged from the ground Tuesday evening of the powderpuff game, each grade level played against each other to see who would win this year’s homecoming flag football game.  The first...

Varsity football team running out at the start of their home game.

Wrapping up the Season

Allyson May, Editor in Chief November 10, 2021

As the last game is right around the corner, students are sad to see the football season coming to an end. For freshmen through juniors, they are excited for what next year holds for them. But for seniors,...

Winter is right around the corner, grab something pumpkin spice while it is here!

Pumpkin Spice vs. Peppermint

Erin Behrmann, Co-Editor in Chief November 2, 2021

With winter right around the corner and fall passing us by, this means pumpkin spice will soon be in the past and peppermint will be starting up. Students fill the line at Starbucks, Dunkin’ and maybe...

Olympic Runner Disqualified from 2020 Tokyo Olympics

Beatrice Shen, Staff Writer September 2, 2021

After winning her second gold medal in the 2016 Rio Olympics, Caster Semenya trained intensely for years in preparation for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, only to be disqualified.   Semenya was born in...

Mr. Titus sculpture that was set outside of the courtyard.

Sculpture of 2020

Tianna Lamando and Olivia Osborne May 11, 2021

When choosing a career, you want to make sure you are passionate and dedicated. 3-D Art teacher, Mr. Jay Titus shows a true representation of being passionate for your work. With already having...

“New Year, New Me”

Allyson May, Editor in Chief January 29, 2021

Although the New Year has been different than others with COVID, there is still enough room to create some new goals for this year.   Most people like to create a resolution to keep track of their...

Catalina Velasco showing off her earring she got from shopsolani.com

Why shop small?

Cassie Santella, Staff Reporter January 21, 2021

The holiday season makes up for lots of gift getting and giving. Major retailers and stores benefit greatly from this season. Maybe you get most of your gifts from Target or Amazon due to accessibility....

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