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Flea Markets are beneficial to our community

April Sayaan, Staff Writer April 10, 2021

Flea Markets in San Jose are beneficial to our community. There are many toys and clothes you can get there for good and affordable prices.  The flea market is perfect for inexpensive things. The flea...

Sayonara, senioritis: testing out productivity hacks

Sayonara, senioritis: testing out productivity hacks

Angie Gulizia and Mekiah Glynn April 8, 2021

At this point in the school year, senioritis is hitting the class of 2021 pretty hard. It’s not just the seniors who are struggling, though— students in all grades are becoming burnt out. In an attempt...

Outer Minds is blowing our minds

Outer Minds is blowing our minds

Lesly Hernandez, Staff Writer April 7, 2021

27-year-old Miranda Moore and her sister Carly Luksich, who currently attends Gunderson High School, started a small sticker business called “OuterMindsCo.”   OuterMindsCo was launched around...

Math. How important Really is it?

Math. How important Really is it?

Nic Gulizia, Sports Section Editor April 6, 2021

As you sit in math class listening to the teacher lecture, you begin to wonder: How can I possibly use this in my life? In your eyes, it’s just another day of what you believe is useless math. What if...

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,...

Analyzed astrology, compelling crystals

Analyzed astrology, compelling crystals

Celeste Casella and Marley Romero April 1, 2021

Whether or not you believe in astrology, it’s pretty shocking how similar some people are to the descriptions of their star sign. People are different in so many ways, but one way to categorize them...

Can’t handle the task

Can’t handle the task

Lesly Hernandez, Staff Writer April 1, 2021

Voting shouldn’t be another task to add to the heavy and stress-filled lives of students.   17-year-olds who would be 18 at the time of the next general election should not be allowed to vote...

Recognizing Depression

Larissa Toscano, Staff Writer April 1, 2021

Many adults don't see teenagers struggling with depression until the teens themselves point it out. If people caught on early and noticed simple signs, it could save a life.   Sadly to say,...

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...

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