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Band Class! Check it Out!

Gunderson High school's band performing the song Cantaloop at their last concert

Jetti Stout, Staff Writer

March 14, 2019

If you’re looking into other electives to try out or just for some more credits, there’s plenty to check out; but if you have a passion for music or want to get more into music, as in playing it, check out our band class that Gunderson has to offer. The band class takes place in room C-2 and i...

Drama busy rehearsing for Fiddler

Delaney Hopp, Staff Writer

March 10, 2019

Drama has been very busy rehearsing for Fiddler on the Roof Jr. They have been rehearsing almost everything in the play. “Right now, we’re practicing the wedding scene,” says Drama student and actor Kyle Yamashita. The wedding scene happens to be the most important scene in the play as it ...

Sights Brief

Bella Castro, staff writer

February 28, 2019

The club sights have been preparing for the next rally on Friday, March 15th. These group of dancers meets up every brown day GLC during the halfway mark to practice. This club is year long and is a priority to all included. Junior Gian Kamal, leader of sights, choreographs all dances seen during the...

Gunderson Fishing Club

Tatiana Martinez, Section Editor

February 18, 2019

The Gunderson Fishing club is a club for students that want to have fun and are willing to get their hands dirty. This club teaches members techniques and tips to better themselves at the sport of fishing. Members also learn about the biology of the fish and how they act in seasons. Meetings vary...

Rundown of Senior Basketball and Girls Varsity Soccer

Rundown of Senior Basketball and Girls Varsity Soccer

Ava Brough, Staff Writer

February 15, 2019

Senior Boys Basketball night took off at a winning start on February 12, 2019. This home game was conducted in the gym, the opposing team being Del Mar High school. Gunderson had a battle between the players who appeared to be of equal strength and skill, having the first period end in 14-19. 2nd...

Creating A Life After College

What are you going to do?

Chinna Nguyen, Staff Writer

January 17, 2019

Thinking into the future can be really scary, especially for those who are soon to be graduating from college or university. Students would have to think about what they want to do after they  graduate and what else would be in store for them now that they’re being freely released into a world wi...

Why You Should Be Organized

Why You Should Be Organized

Amirah Jabr, Staff Writer

January 15, 2019

Organization is a great habit to use with school, work, or anything. Being organized can come in many different ways depending on the person. Sophomore Shayne Harms, says that she stays organized by “using notes in my phone, to remind me where I put things.” Harms organizes herself using her pho...

Art Surprise!

Art Surprise!

Ava Brough, Staff Writer

January 15, 2019

On December 18, 2018, the San Jose Art Museum visited a lucky class at Gunderson High School bringing an interesting chance to display the different exhibits and insights on art in San Jose. Respected member and art expert, Toby Fernald came to Nicole Zacheo’s room prepared with a slide show, eng...

Books Vs. Phones: Which Is Better?

Which one is the best

Chinna Nguyen and Delaney Hopp

January 10, 2019

Here at Gunderson, reading for leisure is a lost art. These days, people tend to use their phones more than ever. There are solutions to this crisis, though. To increase reading activity, the school should implement a designated SSR time, like brunch, so people can enjoy the thrill of visiting new worl...

Student of the Month

Ava Brough, Staff Writer

November 29, 2018

Each month, based on teacher nominations an average of 10 or more students are selected to receive the Student of the Month award which recognizes the PRIDE the students demonstrated that month. This month’s theme was the R in PRIDE, Respect. Assistant Principal of Discipline Sean Gardere, who also w...

Got Sleep?

Marley Romero, Angelina Gulizia, Mekiah Glynn, Staff Writer

November 27, 2018

Falling asleep in class, bags under eyes, coffee in hand...all are common sights among students in your average high school. Teenagers are losing sleep for a variety of reasons, and the effects aren’t pretty.   Stanford University’s sleep technician Steve Orvis said that teenagers need 8...

San Jose Library Sign-Ups

San Jose Public Library hopes to encourage students to visit the library or their web page.

Leslie V. Razo, Staff Writer

November 26, 2018

Employees from the San Jose Public Library (SJPL) helped students get their very own library card during 7th period GLC the second week of November in the gym. On Monday, their first day on campus, SJPL representatives reported having about 200 students sign up. “We hope for them to at least k...

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