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Kicking up confidence

Kicking up confidence

Self-defense, martial arts classes equip students with safety skills
Makenna Kramer, Reporter May 25, 2021

Whether it’s to stay active, be social or protect themselves from potential assault, many young women are enrolling in self-defense classes. Although not specifically self-defense courses, martial...

San Francisco crime mars the City’s image

San Francisco crime mars the City’s image

Break-ins, thefts come in at all-time high
Clara Bonomi, Reporter February 23, 2021

Break-ins, robberies and muggings are becoming increasingly common in the streets of San Francisco and have boosted crime rates all across the City. Just a month and a half into 2021, San Francisco...

Call out catcalling

Call out catcalling

Everyone needs to stand up to verbal harassment
December 14, 2020

WEB EXCLUSIVE Having a male stranger whistle and leer at a girl in her uniform skirt is often perceived as a norm and almost an inherent guarantee — like a girl having her first period or wearing her...

Sophomore honors chemistry learns to use zoom days before the transition to online learning in the spring. The guidelines surrounding school zoom calls have developed from public links to only allowing those with school emails access.

Possible Return to In-Person Learning in November

San Francisco schools predicted to reopen in the coming months
Clara Bonomi, Senior Reporter September 3, 2020

Luckily for the students who are eager to break free from their desk chairs and Zoom classes, San Francisco high schools are on track to reopen in November. After hearing news of possibly returning...

Teenagers experiment with piercings, tattoos

Teenagers experiment with piercings, tattoos

Tabitha Parent, Senior Reporter November 12, 2019

Do-it-yourself projects normally involve crafts like friendship bracelets and tie-dying, but now a new and potentially dangerous DIY project is on the rise. Teenagers are engaging in self-piercings as...

Power outages prompt preventative measures

Power outages prompt preventative measures

Gabrielle Guido, Senior Reporter October 10, 2019

WEB EXCLUSIVE In the midst of the California fire season, along with the recent power outages, families are preparing to protect themselves from natural disasters such as earthquakes and wildfires.  According...

‘No’ means no

‘No’ means no

Misconceptions about consent cause unsafe consequences
Cece Giarman, Editor-in-Chief April 3, 2019

The increase of individuals speaking up about recent and previously undisclosed sexual assaults is bringing attention to how both men and women have a range of understanding about consent. An individual...

Sweeping it under the rug

Sweeping it under the rug

Sexual assault, harassment remains an overlooked issue
April 3, 2019

Riding safely in the backseat

Riding safely in the backseat

Rideshare companies promote user safety with in-app features
Gray Timberlake, Senior Reporter November 1, 2018

Editor's Note: Although rideshares such as Uber and Lyft state in their company policies that riders must be 18 or older to hail a ride or ride alone, not all drivers and riders adhere to this policy....

Students return to class after the false alarm. All four divisions on Broadway campus evacuated.

Fire alarm causes evacuation

Olivia Mohun, City Life Editor April 19, 2018

WEB EXCLUSIVE A school-wide fire alarm interrupted B Period classes this morning requiring students and faculty across all four divisions to evacuate the Broadway campus buildings. “This was not...

History teacher Michael Stafford locks his classroom door after hearing the lockdown announced over the intercom. Students sat quietly and waited for another announcement to end the drill.

Lockdown drill starts off Safety Week

Caroline Thompson, Reporter October 17, 2017

WEB EXCLUSIVE As America’s Safe School Week begins, students and faculty locked classroom doors and sat silently for a lockdown drill during H Period today. “There was a loudspeaker during last...

Lightning bolts flash across the San Francisco sky Monday evening in the Richmond district. Thunderstorms hit the Bay Area after high winds and abnormally warm weather.

Thunderstorm surprises Bay Area Monday, may continue tonight

Mason Cooney, Assistant Features Editor September 12, 2017

WEB EXCLUSIVE Seven thousand lightning bolts lit up the Bay Area sky Monday afternoon and continued into the evening. “I was scared out of my mind,” junior Kiki Apple said. “I was worried that...

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