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Pick me!

Alina Kushner, Senior Reporter

June 3, 2020

On weekends when temperatures are in the 90’s, families can escape to U-pick farms where they can collect cherries, peaches and other fruit.    Farms encourage customers to wear masks, social distance and use touchless forms of payment. Also, farms are required to provide hand washing stations ...

Communities Connect

Neighbor friends find one of the crocheted emojis Simone Mar and Kiley Mar created and hid throughout the Forest Hill neighborhood. Throughout the city, neighbors are creating activities that are safe during the shelter in place.

Alina Kushner, Senior Reporter

May 20, 2020

To cope with stress, anxiety and isolation due to the shelter-in-place order, San Francisco residents are finding ways to come together and lift spirits with block dance parties, scavenger hunts and daily honoring of first responders.  Residents of 26th St. in Noe Valley are holding block dance part...

Restaurants open for takeout

A customer picks up a take out order from Insalata's restaurant in Marin County. Insalata's
recently reopened for takeout service on May 4 to serve daily from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.

Olivia Rounsaville, Senior Reporter

May 20, 2020

Social distancing requirements due to COVID-19 created major shifts in the restaurant business, affecting the service, employees, and profits. “At the beginning it was extremely difficult because we were losing most of our clients,” Guido Mastrobalo, owner of Geo Gelati, a gelato shop on Union Street s...

What’s getting us through shelter in place

April 30, 2020

Sheltering in place isn't easy, but Amazon, DoorDash and tech devices make staying home and maintaining social distancing easier than it was for San Franciscans during the Spanish Influenza pandemic of 1918. Show the community the 12 items that are important to you during this unprecedented time by creati...

Coping mechanisms relieve stress

Coping mechanisms relieve stress

Olivia Rounsaville, Senior Reporter

April 23, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE Amidst the shelter in place order which instructs people to socially distance themselves, a new online learning system, and other life changes due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students may find themselves more stressed than usual which can have significant effects on the body. “Everyone has their own experiences with stress, and everyone handles stre...

Punching out stress

Three screenshots show a boxing-themed fitness instructor in various poses during a workout.

Nina Gutierrez, Reporter

March 26, 2020

Despite the current health order to shelter in place, hip-hop music plays in a dark room as about 1,500 participants throw fierce punches in a boxing-inspired group fitness class that helps keep them fit in the comfort of their own home through the magic of social media. “Doing Rumble’s workouts on ...

Volunteers help disabled athletes

Special Olympics athletes play basketball amongst student volunteers. Sports seasons change year round and include more than 30 options such as swimming, basketball and skiing.

Adele Fratesi, Reporter

February 14, 2020

Although the world-wide games only take place every two years, the Special Olympics have ongoing events in the Bay Area yearound.  “The organization creates an opportunity for people that otherwise would not have that opportunity to get out run, play, and move their body,” volunteer Frank Moslande...

Take time to apply, save money

Take time to apply, save money

Grace Krumplitsch and Gabrielle Guido

February 14, 2020

As seniors decide where they will attend school next year and juniors begin the college search,  costly tuition, fees and housing often stand in the way of students’ abilities to attend expensive schools. Even with taking financial aid and student loans into consideration, price can be the make-or-break ...

Restrictive diets can foster bad habits

Restrictive diets can foster bad habits

Madeline Thiara, Components Editor

February 14, 2020

Although not eating for extended periods of time can be a healthful diet tool for adults, intermittent fasting may not be the right decision for teenagers.  “I choose to only eat eight hours a day and fast for 16 hours," chemistry teacher Roderick Mobley said. “I have already lost seven pounds in t...

World affairs take stage

Sophomore Mackenna Moslander and juniors Lili Levy and Tara Boyd show off their awards from the Model UN conference in November. Awards are given to individual delegations for their work with personal directives and public speaking.

Paige Retajczyk, Reporter

February 14, 2020

After weeks of preparing their position papers, Model United Nations club members will argue their cases at their next conference at University of California, Berkeley on March 6-8.  Model UN, a student-run club, teaches members debate skills as they emulate United Nations meetings. Students act as...

Speeding down the slopes

Sophomore Takouhi Asdorian takes a break from a day of snowboarding at Alpine Meadows
Ski Resort. Tahoe-area ski resorts offer equipment rentals and lessons in addition to lift passes.

Olivia Rounsaville, Senior Reporter

February 13, 2020

Many students are pulling out their goggles, helmets, boots and snowboards in preparation for a popular winter activity over next week’s Winter Break ― snowboarding. “One day my parents suggested either taking a snowboarding lesson or a ski lesson,” junior Audrey Hunnicutt said. “I loved wa...

Exhibit challenges injustice

Senior Estie Seligman reads the Soft Power exhibit description at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The Soft Power exhibit touches on politics and injustices through photographs, films, and abstract painting.

Alina Kushner, Reporter

February 13, 2020

Photographs of immigrating families, abstract paintings and films by global artists make up “SOFT POWER,” a new exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. While power typically influences and affects one’s actions, soft power is the more narrowed ideology that cultural aspects can...

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