The Paw Print

Why students enjoy our school

KK Furtado, Staff Writer April 4, 2023

Currently in teenage society not a lot of teens look forward to weekdays because they can't stay home and relax or hangout with their friends all day long. All teens and kids want to have fun and stay...

Women: Redefining the Term

Lesly Hernandez, Co-Editor-in-Chief December 16, 2022

Women often deal with the stereotype that they’re expected to have kids sometime in their life – no matter what it takes. Regardless of how it may affect their jobs and finances.  In the world...

Preparing for the Future

Jaden Reyna, Editor December 16, 2022

Silicon Valley Career Technical Education (SVCTE) is a vocational school (trade school), which means it is not like a typical high school. SVCTE does not offer regular classes like English and Math,...

top 5 gifts that you can get for your family members

Kendra Furtado, Staff Writer December 14, 2022

During the holidays, gift-receiving is probably the most exciting thing as a kid, but now that we are older we have to start gift-giving. Let's be real, it's hard getting people gifts, especially for your...

Holiday Shopping Guide

KK Furtado, Staff Writer December 12, 2022

Imagine you walk into Target on a Friday night and it is packed, so loud you can't even hear yourself think, and you see people waiting in lines as long as Disneyland park ride lines. Then you remember…...

Krueger or Kringle

Krueger or Kringle

Harrison Nguyen, Staff Writer December 12, 2022

There are many fun films made that are centered around holidays. But there are no other holidays that can catch the attention of people more than Christmas and Halloween.  A lot of films have been...

Festive Favorites

Jaden Reyna, Editor December 12, 2022

It’s fall y'all! Hoodie season, pumpkin spice, and Halloween are all great reasons to love the fall season.  During this season the weather gets much colder, and there’s nothing better to warm you...

Club Controversy

Club Controversy

Zoe Harms, Co-Editor-in-Chief December 12, 2022

During the 2018-2019 school year, the San Jose Unified School District made a move to de-recognize the Fellowship of Christain Athletes (FCA) in SJUSD based on discrimination allegations towards the group's...

The Wear and Tear of Sports

Nic Gulizia, Editor December 12, 2022

  At many high schools, including Gunderson, football games are packed under the Friday night lights. Oftentimes, football gathers the most school media attention, attendance, and importance. The...

Be Aware of Self Care

Be Aware of Self Care

Mark Enriquez, Staff Writer November 11, 2022

A new school year is always unique for each student at Gunderson. For some, it marks a fresh beginning at high school. For others, it’s the end of a long, four-year grind and the start of independent...

Breaking Toxic Masculinity

Breaking Toxic Masculinity

Lesly Hernandez, Co-Editor-in-Chief November 11, 2022

There’s an ongoing idea that men need to act tough and cannot show emotions associated with being unmanly. This idea is finally starting to get addressed.   While seeking men to get quotes...

Freshmans Declassified School Survival Guide

Freshman’s Declassified School Survival Guide

Zoe Harms, Co-Editor-in-Chief November 7, 2022

Walking into a new school can be scary. Especially when you’re a freshman trying to balance all your new classes, you don’t know the school, there’s a much bigger campus, figuring out how to open...

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