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Punching out stress

Punching out stress

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

Volunteers help disabled athletes

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

World affairs take stage

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

Speeding down the slopes

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

Exhibit challenges injustice

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...

Speak-HERS

Speak-HERS

Gabrielle Guido, Senior Reporter

December 17, 2019

A new club is offering connections and information for young women who are interested in exploring the field of technology as a possible career. Junior Linda Karti started the Female Leaders in Technology Speaker Series as a way to host female technology professionals and foster interest in STEM ca...

Love is in the air, ‘Actually’

Love is in the air, ‘Actually’

Mackenna Moslander, Reporter

December 12, 2019

The San Francisco Symphony will perform a live-rendition of the soundtrack from a Christmas-themed romantic comedy at Davies Symphony Hall for two days during their holiday performances.  This is the second consecutive year the orchestra will perform “Love Actually” which is a film that takes place ...

New lenses, unproven results

New lenses, unproven results

Gabriella Vulakh, Editor-in-Chief

December 12, 2019

While some individuals suffering from headaches, strained eyes and sleeping problems point to blue light from digital screens as the cause, scientists have not come to a consensus on whether blue light emitted from phones, tablets and computers is harmful.  “If you want blue light lenses on your gla...

Watch out Earth, holidays are coming

Watch out Earth, holidays are coming

Gray Timberlake, Editor-in-Chief

December 12, 2019

While giving gifts is on almost everyone’s mind this time of year, the environmental impact of waste over the holidays often gets neglected. Americans throw away 25% more waste between Thanksgiving and New Years than they do any other time of the year, and an extra 3.5 metric tons of carbon dio...

Tailored to reduce, recycle

Tailored to reduce, recycle

Adele Bonomi, Sports Editor

December 12, 2019

A popular clothing store close to campus is offering benefits for recycling clothing through an online thrift store as a way to reduce clothing waste. Reformation has paired up with ThredUp to create a program focused on reusing clothes and saving materials.   “You send in all your old clot...

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