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POCSU hosts Dia de los Muertos chapel

POCSU hosts Dia de los Muertos chapel

Arianna Nassiri, Reporter

October 30, 2017


Filed under Breaking News, Interactives, News, Web Exclusive

WEB EXCLUSIVE To celebrate the Mexican holiday, People of Color Student Union, POCSU, a student-organized club, hosted a Dia de los Muertos-themed Chapel. “It’s important to always stay connected to the people that we love; be it those who are alive or those who are dead,” history teacher Mi...

POCSU club sets up Day of the Dead altar

POCSU club sets up Day of the Dead altar

Gray Timberlake, Reporter

October 26, 2017


Filed under Interactives, News, Web Exclusive

WEB EXCLUSIVE  The People of Color Student Union club met in the Reception Room during lunch today to set up and decorate a Day of the Dead altar. This altar will be brought to the Main Hall on Friday for the community to contribute offerings to until Nov. 3. “We all got together and bonded ov...

Fleeing the Bay Area fires

Cece Giarman, Web Editor

October 10, 2017


Filed under Breaking News, Interactives, News, Opinion, Web Exclusive

WEB EXCLUSIVE After a long week of school and volleyball, I was more than excited to relax during my weekend in California's wine country and cool down at my dear friend Natalia Varni’s home. I spent the October Sunday afternoon lounging around the pool and the night enjoying a true homestyle meal....

Presidential outcome stuns community

Presidential outcome stuns community

Editorial Board

November 9, 2016


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Ryan Lochte protesters: effective or harmful?

Ryan Lochte protesters: effective or harmful?

Asha Khanna, Copy Editor

September 13, 2016


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Two protesters reportedly jumped on to the stage during Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte’s first performance on Dancing with the Stars, although the altercation was never aired. Lochte is facing a 10 month suspension from domestic and international competitions after making various false claims of be...

The Harambe meme: hilarious or harsh?

The Harambe meme: hilarious or harsh?

Lisabelle Panossian, Editor-in-Chief

August 23, 2016


Filed under Breaking News, Interactives

The tragedy of a fallen gorilla garnered unexpected reactions from social media users as a social justice mission quickly transformed into a viral meme. Some sources, however, may find the repeatedly shared joke insulting. Western lowland gorilla Harambe encouraged national outcry for social just...

And then there was one: Reflections on remaining Republican presidential hopeful share common themes

And then there was one: Reflections on remaining Republican presidential hopeful share common themes

Claire Kosewic, Senior Reporter

May 5, 2016


Filed under Breaking News, Interactives

Two presidential candidates dropped out of the race for nomination yesterday, clearing the playing field for the one remaining candidate, resulting in confusion, disagreement and disappointment among many. Despite the fact that most students cannot vote, many are nonetheless interested in the presidentia...

Woman to be featured on new 20 dollar bill

Woman to be featured on new 20 dollar bill

Grace Ainslie, Senior Reporter

April 21, 2016


Filed under Breaking News, Interactives

After over 100 years, a woman will appear on American currency. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew announced yesterday that Harriet Tubman, an abolitionist and a former slave, would replace former president Andrew Jackson, a slave owner, on the 20 dollar bill. Other women, including suffragettes such as Susan ...

Four grades, four retreats: Participants give insights on annual experience

Four grades, four retreats: Participants give insights on annual experience

Asha Khanna, Senior Reporter

March 21, 2016


Filed under Breaking News, Interactives

With the third quarter coming to a close, each grade took part in the annual spring class retreats Thursday, Friday or Saturday last week, but they were structured differently this year. Juniors were the first to leave Thursday for an overnight retreat at Camp Newman, returning to school Friday af...

Phone hack controversy talk provokes differing opinions

Phone hack controversy talk provokes differing opinions

Neely Metz, Copy Editor

March 16, 2016


Filed under Breaking News, Interactives

Convent & Stuart Hall juniors gathered in the library today for a presentation about the current debate between Apple and the Federal Bureau of Investigation. UCLA prof. John Villasenor, who teaches electrical engineering, law and public policy with an additional focus on information law and ...

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