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The end is nigh!

Zoe Harms, Staff Writer April 3, 2021

The College Board just had a meeting with AP teachers to discuss what is going to happen with the AP tests in May. We’ve all had questions regarding when and where the test will happen, if it's online,...

Spill the “gundTea”

Spill the “gundTea”

Marley Romero, Section Editor November 29, 2020

Many have come across the Instagram account @grizzly.confessions run by two anonymous Gunderson students, where you are able to send anonymous confessions. “It was completely random and instantaneous,”...

Distance Learning and How It’s Working for Physical Education

Lesly Hernandez, Staff Writer November 6, 2020

As a result of COVID-19, physical education classes are being taken virtually, which can be a struggle for both students and teachers. Many schools have been virtual from the beginning of the school...

AP, SAT and grades: Coronavirus updates

AP, SAT and grades: Coronavirus updates

Angie Gulizia, Editor in Chief May 15, 2020

With all the crazy changes coronavirus has caused, there’s a lot for high schoolers to keep track of. AP testing, SATs, grades, and testing requirements for college have all been affected. This update...

Students and teachers are unhappy with the renovation of the forum

Students and teachers are unhappy with the renovation of the forum

Emmanuel Ramirez, Staff Writer December 13, 2019

The process of renovating the forum has elicited unfavorable feedback from both students and teachers, implying the disruptive impact it has had on the school community. The renovation of the forum...

No cap, don't get trapped!

No cap, don’t get trapped!

Sophia Palacios and Celeste Casella December 13, 2019

Teachers and administrators have had enough of students’ tardiness and absences. As a result, they have enforced new systems to try and resolve the issue. New principal Kevin Wan put in his notion...

Out with the old, in with the new

Emily Motta, Staff Writer December 13, 2019

In the middle of the forum, loud pounding, dust, and blue fencing pave the way to a revised student store and attendance office, making some students wonder how school money is allocated. Renovations...

From Wikimedia commons, the smoke from wildfires burning in the Amazon basin on August 20, 2019, taken by the Suomi NPP using the VIIRS (Visible Infrared Imaging Radiometer Suite)

The Amazon Rainforests and Social Media

Brandon Ngo and Staff Writer October 23, 2019

Fires in the Amazon Rainforests are a yearly occurrence where fires are most likely to happen in the “dry season,” from July to October. However, this year has had the most forest fires in the Amazon...

Prom Recap: The Scoop on Prom

Prom Recap: The Scoop on Prom

Amirah Jabr, Staff Writer May 10, 2019

Do you ever wonder how fun prom actually is? Prom is a special event for some high school students that will be remembered for the rest of their lives. It’s an element of high school that quite a few...

Did you have a good year or a bad year?

Coming In and Going Out

Marley Romero, Section Editor April 3, 2019

Try looking back at your time here, or looking into your future here at Gunderson highschool. Take a minute...close your eyes…and think about your favorite (or not so favorite) moments this year. For...

Softball season

Bella Castro, Staff Writer March 27, 2019

Softball, a sport with agility and focus. The girls on the Gunderson high school team have the skills and definitely worked hard to get where they are. “Softball season just started and these girls...

The planet Mars in the solar system.

Mars Life

Amirah Jabr, Staff Writer March 25, 2019

 Have you ever wondered if there’s life on another planet like Mars? Could Mars be the next Earth? Mars is a planet that scientists have investigated to see if actual humans or aliens were living on...

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