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Thanksgiving and Christmas Activities

Thanksgiving and Christmas Activities

April Sayaan, Staff Writer November 23, 2021

The weather is getting colder, and the holidays are approaching. Here are some activities for the Thanksgiving and Christmas seasons. The leaves are falling, the rain falling, and sweater weather is...

The Scarlett Fund

Jaden Reyna, Staff Writer November 23, 2021

Helping the community + getting volunteer hours = The Scarlett Fund. The Scarlett Fund is a non-profit organization that helps better the lives of children with cancer. The organization was founded...

One year later

One year later

Zoe Harms, Staff Writer May 23, 2021

It’s official, it has been over a year since quarantine was put into effect and students are still learning how to cope with this new way of life. Without interacting every day like you normally would,...

An Uprising Financial Adult: Symphony Paschal

An Uprising Financial Adult: Symphony Paschal

Christian Gonzalez, Staff Writer May 7, 2021

Being 17 years old and going off to college and into adulthood soon, senior Symphony Paschal is currently finishing high school at Gunderson and has an interesting planned life for herself. She has lots...

Closer to the stars

Closer to the stars

Emily Motta, Staff Writer April 8, 2021

When you were little, you may have been told to make a wish upon a star lightyears away and one day your dreams will come true. Now with advanced technology, you may not have to wish from your bedroom...

Break the Binary

Break the Binary

Celeste Casella, Staff Writer April 5, 2021

In my experience, as a member of Generation Z (1997-2012), my childhood and teenage years were shaped by technological advancements growing as fast as I was. For as long as I can remember, I would come...

A tasteful TikTok trend

A tasteful TikTok trend

Emily Motta, Staff Writer April 3, 2021

Time and time again, we innovate and experiment with new ideas with food, clothes, and much more that fades in and out of popularity. In essence, trends keep popular culture running.    Every...

A quick guide on Women’s History Month

Heidi Lozano, Staff Writer April 1, 2021

This March is Women’s History Month. Women’s History Month was first introduced as Women’s History Week, and in 1995, it officially became Women’s History Month. This month, we honor the women...

Quarantine Recap

Quarantine Recap

Marley Romero, Section Editor April 1, 2021

From one year to the next, we have been kept in our houses, away from school, and away from the people we love. March 13th marked one year of being in quarantine. We were sent home that Friday in 2020...

The Origins of Supérette Cinématique

Yash Sharma, Section Editor March 30, 2021

During this pandemic, many people have discovered new interests and hobbies they’ve never experienced before. Before this pandemic, most teenagers had this repetitive cycle of waking up, going to...

Dichotomy of Change

Dichotomy of Change

Zoe Harms, Staff Writer March 22, 2021

Junior Delphi Pentin was picked to exhibit her artwork for the 2021 NUMU Los Gatos Museum this year. Out of 580 submissions, Pentin was one of 79 chosen for this special event that showcases high school...

The Controversial Grading Policy and Its Negative Effect on Students

At the beginning of the second semester, a schoolwide grading policy was implemented that would ultimately give students a 50% on missing assignments, rather than a 0%. Changing the grading scale brings...

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