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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,...

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...

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...

Out with the old, in with the new

Emily Motta, Staff Writer December 13, 2019

In the middle of the forum, loud pounding, dust, and blue fencing pave the way to a revised student store and attendance office, making some students wonder how school money is allocated. Renovations...

Mrs. Magyar with her shining smile that she brings to class everyday

Balancing Act

Marley Romero, Section Editor October 11, 2019

Juggling a job that involves so many responsibilities like planning and organizing events for leadership, teaching a few world history classes, and taking care of kids must be hard. Right? Well, our new...

Sleeping in school

Sleeping in school

Tatiana Martinez, Section Editor October 11, 2019

Your eyes feel heavy. You want to rest your head on your desk just for a minute. You keep anxiously glancing at the clock, knowing that every second, every tick, gets you closer and closer to freedom....

Did you have a good year or a bad year?

Coming In and Going Out

Marley Romero, Section Editor April 3, 2019

Try looking back at your time here, or looking into your future here at Gunderson highschool. Take a minute...close your eyes…and think about your favorite (or not so favorite) moments this year. For...

What’s Happening in Karate Club

Jetti Stout, Staff Writer March 16, 2019

The Karate club is one of the many clubs that our school has to offer. Karate club started around halfway through the first semester and you can still join. Sophomore student Jacob Matuk who is a member...

Gunderson High schools band performing the song Cantaloop at their last concert

Band Class! Check it Out!

Jetti Stout, Staff Writer March 14, 2019

If you’re looking into other electives to try out or just for some more credits, there’s plenty to check out; but if you have a passion for music or want to get more into music, as in playing it, check...

False fire alarms

Liam Kirk, Staff Writer October 15, 2018

Recently false fire alarms have been set off during school hours creating concern among students and teachers alike. Several issues have been brought up as to how this could affect students’ education...

The room Gunderson high school uses for all AP testing.

AP Testing The Quiet Before The Storm

Quan Nguyen, Staff Writer June 5, 2018

AP Testing; the cruel mistress that brings both joy when you finish, but tragedy throughout the test. AP Testing lasts for two straight hours with a ten minute break in between sections. The atmosphere...

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