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Spanish class begins final unit

Spanish class begins final unit

Cassie Eskicioglu, Senior Reporter

April 18, 2018


Filed under News

WEB EXCLUSIVE As a part of their final unit, Honors Spanish 4 students chose to either read the novel “Como Agua Para Chocolate,” or research a cultural topic such as the fusions of culture or technological advancements throughout the rest of the month. “I chose to read the book because this ...

Jewish holiday celebrated

Jewish holiday celebrated

Gabriella Vulakh, Senior Reporter

March 1, 2018


Filed under Breaking News, Features, News, Web Exclusive

WEB EXCLUSIVE While Jewish communities around the world celebrated the holiday Purim today with festivals, costume contests and traditional triangle shaped hamentashen cookies, students ate the treats in the Center during lunch to bring awareness to the holiday. “It was nice being able to learn about ano...

Chinese artists share culture

Chinese artists share culture

Mason Cooney, Features Editor

February 26, 2018


Filed under Breaking News, News

WEB EXCLUSIVE Vibrant colors and music filled Syufy Theatre during assembly today as The Heilongjiang Art Troupe of China performed in celebration of the Chinese New Year. The performance featured singing, dancing, interactive magic tricks and instrumental pieces in an aim to introduce Chinese cu...

Feast day celebrated with music, history

Feast day celebrated with music, history

Cassie Eskicioglu, Reporter

December 13, 2016


Filed under Breaking News, News

Both high schools gathered this morning for a celebration of the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, which included both mariachi music performed by a local band and a background on the history of Mexico. Spiritual L.I.F.E. Director Sergio Vasquez organized the event for students and faculty to particip...

Día de los Muertos chapel remembers, respects the dead

Día de los Muertos chapel remembers, respects the dead

Giulia Oltranti and Natalia Varni

November 4, 2016


Filed under Breaking News, News

This morning’s chapel celebrated Día de los Muertos, a Mexican holiday honoring family members and close friends who have died.   With the actual holiday on Tuesday, and the chapel service today, the school week has been filled with Día de los Muertos festivities bringing awareness to the community. “W...

Day of the Dead exhibit reflects on the past

Day of the Dead exhibit reflects on the past

Grace Ainslie, Assistant Sports Editor

October 27, 2016


Filed under A & E

A large tree with 49 copper hearts and rainbow “papel picado,” paper cut into elaborate designs, stands in the center of the Mission Cultural Center gallery for Latino Arts 30th annual Day of the Dead exhibition to honor the Orlando Shooting victims. “Día de los Muertos,” a multi-day celeb...

The Digital Rabbit Hole

The Digital Rabbit Hole

September 26, 2016


Filed under Breaking News, Features

From keyboard warriors to users with over 1,000 followers — web culture may be dominating surrounding society, one post at a time.

Lesser-known Lunar New Year celebrations commence

Lesser-known Lunar New Year celebrations commence

Halie Kim, Reporter

February 4, 2016


Filed under Breaking News, News

Most Americans return to work or school just days after Jan. 1, but for Asian cultures following the Lunar Calendar, New Year’s celebrations have not even begun. “We celebrate the New Year Jan. 1, but Lunar New Year is when we go all out,” Jane Lee, who teaches Korean language and culture at...

Culture consumes Christmas

Culture consumes Christmas

Kristina Cary, Managing Editor

December 10, 2015


Filed under Features

Seasonal store-front displays and back-to-back advertisements showcasing consumer goods, such as clothing and technology are a common sight in weeks leading up to December holidays, but holiday consumerism, buying and giving store-bought goods, may not be inherently bad. “I think that one mode of ...

Selfies change teenage culture

Selfies change teenage culture

October 3, 2014


Filed under Features, Showcase

The selfie epidemic, the incessant snapping of self portraits, has invaded the lives of teenagers, largely changing how girls digitally express themselves. “Selfies are sort of a secularized version of the self portrait,” art history teacher Sonia Evers, who has a Ph.D. in the discipline, said. “Self portrai...

Food festival celebrates culture

September 19, 2008


Filed under A & E

Rebecca Kelliher Editor-in-Chief Wafting aromas of rich spices, sweet almonds, fresh herbs and warm lamb kebabs blend into a jumble of lively people clapping and dancing to vibrant music in St. Gregory Armenian Apostolic Church at the 51st annual Armenian Food Festival or Bazaar September ...

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