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Celeste Casella, Staff Writer November 24, 2021

We can all remember the times when an administrator or academic counselor has come into our GLC or English class to show a presentation. Those presentations may be really easy to tune out but we fail to...

Why Senior Night Is Important To Seniors

Alexa Ramos, Staff Writer November 24, 2021

As the fall season sports comes to an end, the football and cheer teams are the last teams to get their senior night this season. Senior night is to celebrate the senior players on their final game on...

Maskne

Maskne

Nicolas Gulizia, Editor November 23, 2021

While wearing a mask can help prevent the spread of covid, other problems may arise. We’ve been wearing masks for the past year and a half, and countless people have noticed their skin conditions getting...

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...

BEEP! BEEP! Traffic Jam!

BEEP! BEEP! Traffic Jam!

Zoe Harms, Staff Writer November 1, 2021

At the beginning of every school year, there always seems to be a slight increase in traffic. Unfortunately, this year, the amount of traffic hasn't gone down like it usually does. Instead, it feels like...

TikTok Trend Turns Students Into Vandals

TikTok Trend Turns Students Into Vandals

Nic Gulizia, Sports Section Editor October 28, 2021

Over the past few years, the app TikTok has been rising in popularity. Creators can make short, funny videos and share them on the app for other users to see on their "for you page." Information and ideas...

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, dont 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...

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