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Sophomore Amaliya Sypult looks out to catch a wave at Rodeo Beach in Marin County. Since the beginning of quarantine, Sypult has surfed twice a month on the weekends.

Surfers catch waves

Girls pick up surfing during pandemic
Paige Retajczyk and Ella Noblin February 20, 2021

Teens looking to catch a monster wave are lining Northern California’s beaches on any given weekend has taken an uptick during the coronavirus pandemic as it has become an outlet for exercise while still...

Director of It Aint Pretty Dayla Soul (second from left) poses with the cast of the film, Surf Club head Jemima Scott and Edna Tesfaye after a Q & A session with the cast. The panel followed a screening of the film and a musical performance by sophomore Sophie Egan.

Surf Club screens documentary about female surfers

Josephine Rozzelle, Senior Reporter May 24, 2017

The Surf Club hosted the first Onda Linda Surf Fest this evening in Syufy Theatre, featuring a student performance and a screening of a documentary focused on female surfers in the Bay Area, followed by...

Senior Alanna Hu (top left) sits on her board as she waits to catch a good wave into Bolinas Beach with junior Serafina Cinti (left) and sophomore Grace Apple. The newly-formed Surf Club has weekend excursions with moderator Pascal Parra who instructs club members on form and assists in getting students familiar with the sport.

Surfers take to the waves, braving the Bay Area’s frigid waters.

December 12, 2014

Delaney Moslander Senior Reporter The rough waves, average water temperature of 60 degrees and location within the Red Triangle, home of the great white shark, leads most beach-goers not to consider...

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