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Taylor Swift performs “Getaway Car'' at her “Reputation” stadium tour at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, California on May 12, 2018. The show was the fourth of the 40 that took place on the American leg of the tour.

‘Taylor’s Version,’ Swift re-records ‘Fearless’ album

Singer-songwriter begins to re-record old albums following master catalog sale
Kassie DeJean, Reporter April 15, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE Singer-songwriter Taylor Swift announced on Feb. 11 that she would be re-recording her old albums following the sale of her master recordings in 2019.  This announcement comes two months...

Ecology club plans week of challenges

Ecology club plans week of challenges

Activities starting April 19 to celebrate Earth Day
Darcy Jubb, Senior Reporter April 15, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE Eco Friends club is hosting a week of environment related challenges beginning April 19 in honor of Earth Day on April 22. Grade levels can earn points by participating and sharing photos...

Students and teachers receive COVID-19 vaccinations

Students and teachers receive COVID-19 vaccinations

The City offers free vaccinations to eligible members of the community
Nina Gutierrez, Senior Reporter April 14, 2021

Despite the pause the United States put on the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine on April 13 due to reports of severe blood clotting in a handful of recipients, two other vaccines are still available. “I...

Holy month of Ramadan begins

Holy month of Ramadan begins

Muslim students fast from sunrise to sunset
Adele Fratesi, Senior Reporter April 13, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE Some community members will be foregoing lunch lines when they return to campus and opting out of the food program due to Ramadan which began April 13. The holy month prompts Muslims to...

Senior Lilian Levy offers a prayer in today's chapel on COVID-19, rebirth and Holy Week. Chapel began at 1:50 according to the newly modified schedule.

Wednesday schedules switch to earlier time

New timing allows for earlier practices, community bonding
Olivia Rounsaville, Senior Reporter April 1, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE Community programs, which include chapel and advisory, have been moved to an earlier time to adapt to changes in COVID-19, student life. “The Wednesday schedule shift was based on feedback...

Juniors Natalie Stans and Shana Ong visit the University of Southern California’s campus through the Immersive Online Tour on the school’s website. Due to COVID restrictions, many colleges closed campuses to visitors and instead offered online resources for students and families to understand the campus and location of the school.

Getting a first look at life after graduation

Seniors visit potential colleges over Spring Break
Alina Kushner, Senior Reporter March 31, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE Visiting a college can be a deal maker or dealbreaker for seniors deciding on their future schools, so some members of the Class of 2021 are using next week’s Spring Break as an opportunity...

Sophomore Sophia Wu uses an iPad to take notes during an Honors English class. Many students use apps such as Notability to create and download organized digital class notes.

Tech Department announces ‘Dual Device Program’

Students will receive iPads for 2021-2022 school year
Makenna Kramer, Reporter March 24, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE The administration announced on Thursday that the school will provide all high school students with Apple iPads and Logitech Crayon electronic styluses beginning next year.  The new devices...

Outside Lands released an updated artist lineup for the 2021 musical festival on its social platforms and website on Thursday. The originally scheduled lineup was adjusted due to the change in dates to late October.

Outside Lands date pushed out

Popular outdoor music festival is delayed, not canceled
Ella Noblin, Reporter March 19, 2021

News flooded around campus on Thursday as students learned that the popular, annual music festival in Golden Gate Park, Outside Lands, will be postponed until late October.  “I’m happy that San...

Sophomores Roxanne Comerford, Amaliya Sypult, Josephine Flanagan, Sophie Jones and Stella Neuman pose for a photo to send to their grade chair adviser. Students dressed up in green attire to show their recognition of St. Patrick’s Day and to earn spirit points.

School community gathers to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day

Green attire, jewelry, accessories flood the school
Clara Bonomi, Reporter March 17, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE Students and teachers alike channeled their holiday spirit and turned the campus green today in an effort to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. “It was really fun to see everyone dressed...

Sophomore Sophia Davis reflects in Golden Gate Park during her “Awe Walk.” Davis relaxed outside and enjoyed taking photos of her favorite flowers around her neighborhood.

Retreat Day enables students to reflect before next session

Underclassmen and juniors engage in meditation activities
Nicole Klein, Reporter March 17, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE Monday’s Retreat Day allowed freshmen, sophomores and juniors to reflect and engage in activities remotely. Freshman and sophomores engaged in an asynchronous meditation and walk, and juniors...

Teens for Tahoe Instagram posts junior Eliza Spaht’s profile highlighting her personal interests and her familiarity with Tahoe through the time she has spent there. Members of the club were encouraged to repost their own profile on their personal Instagram accounts.

New club sheds light on environmental problems

Members initiate plans to protect Lake Tahoe
Nina Gutierrez, Senior Reporter March 10, 2021

To spread awareness amongst teenagers about Lake Tahoe Basin’s environmental issues, the Teens 4 Tahoe Club is planning future fundraisers. “I want to inspire teens to get outside and help their...

Art Club plays, an online drawing game, over Zoom during its first meeting on March 10. The club plans to meet once a month on Wednesdays to practice skills as they make art.

Art Club holds first meeting over Zoom

Artists get creative in online environment
Darcy Jubb, Senior Reporter March 10, 2021

WEB EXCLUSIVE Art Club members got to know each other over Zoom while they played, an online drawing game, during the first Art Club meeting this afternoon.  The club's leaders, Haya Jadallah,...

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