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Mr Chew - A Dive into the ADs duties

Mr Chew – A Dive into the AD’s duties

Nic Gulizia, Editor December 14, 2022

Brian Chew is a rather popular figure on campus. Most students know him as the athletic director that you go to when you need a ticket to play a sport, or need to turn in your physical. His job may seem...

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 Diversity of Ethnic Studies

Lesly Hernandez, Co-Editor-in-Chief November 7, 2022

Being lost in a conversation can be a difficult experience, one that schools are now actively trying to rectify with new classes for students. Assembly Bill 101, approved by Governor Gavin Newsom on...

Bathroom Bylaws

Nic Gulizia, Editor November 7, 2022

Imagine you are sitting down in 6th period history and you really need to use the restroom. The bathroom pass, however, isn’t available. That one student who went to the restroom 25 minutes ago hasn’t...

Noise Cancelling Headphones

Jaden Reyna, Editor May 24, 2022

School can be a very overwhelming place. There are a lot of activities going on, as well as a lot of loud sounds and it can become very distracting when students are trying to do their work. This is where...

Decreased Enrollment

Decreased Enrollment

Zoe Harms, Co-Editor-in-Chief May 24, 2022

Because of a decrease in enrollment, some significant changes will affect the upcoming school year. There have been discussions about cutting courses and possibly transferring some teachers.  “Declining...

Senior Goodbye

Senior Goodbye

Marley Romero, Section Editor May 24, 2022

Senior year is coming to an end and now is when seniors usually reminisce on the last four years.  Some remember the rallies or the football games while others remember where they used to sit at lunch...

Gunderson’s Athletic Awards

Jaden Reyna, Editor April 7, 2022

Being an athlete at Gunderson can be equally challenging and rewarding. Having to go to practice every weekday after school then rushing home to get your homework and responsibilities done can be a lot. Recently,...

Mask mandate is lifting march 14

Alexa Ramos and Celeste Casella April 7, 2022

Since in-person school started back up in the fall of 2021, students have been required to wear their masks during school hours. Wearing the masks full time at school helps prevent a more significant spread...

Recapping the new bell schedule

Nic Gulizia, Editor April 5, 2022

In past high school years, students have been itching for school to begin at a later time, claiming that sleep deprivation is the main reason. However, after almost one year of starting later at 8:30 am...

Gunderson alumni returns to campus after 2022 Olympics

Gunderson alumni returns to campus after 2022 Olympics

Nic Gulizia, Editor March 4, 2022

A familiar face, Rachel Llanes, recently made her return to Gunderson. Llanes, a professional ice hockey player, competed in the Beijing Olympics this year. She attended Gunderson and graduated in the...

You’ll Learn To Loathe Being Late: Admin Implement Stricter Tardy Rules

Marley Romero, Section Editor December 2, 2021

Since the beginning of the new school year, we have been introduced to new rules regarding tardiness. These rules have been brought on with the help of old and new administrators. These new rules consist...

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