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The Beautiful Game

Vanessa Valdovinos Flores, Staff Writer December 16, 2022

The  FIFA World Cup is the most important soccer competition in the world. Played every four years, 32 national teams across the world are chosen to play in this month-long competition.  All 32 teams...

New Grading Policy…Does it help all students? Pro/Con

April Sayaan and Lesly Hernandez May 24, 2022

PRO: Imagine having a bad year with grades and falling behind to a 0% and it’s hard to recover from that. The new grading policy helps you come back from a 50% rather than a 0%. The new grading...

Don’t rush to get your license!

Alexa Ramos, Editor February 7, 2022

One of the many joys of being in high school is getting your driver's license. Teenagers focus on getting their license to drive around or hang out with their friends. That is only for a handful of students,...

Doordashing Rights

Doordashing Rights

April Sayaan, Staff Writer February 7, 2022

Students Doordashing food onto campus has been a controversial thing. Doordashing food onto campus can be convenient for students who have money and crave certain foods, but door dashing food onto campus...

Into the Multiverse

Into the Multiverse

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

Christmas break is close, and students want to start their holiday break off the right way. Watching the new movie “Spider-Man: No Way Home” would be a perfect way to do so. “Spider-Man: No Way...

The Lost Cause of Homework

The Lost Cause of Homework

Nicolas Gulizia, Editor March 25, 2021

Covid and distance learning have changed our everyday lives, changing up the way we spend most of our time in and away from school. What hasn’t changed is homework. The assignments have been piling up...

Mental Health Breaks

Mental Health Breaks

Marley Romero, Section Editor March 24, 2021

Online school is not what anyone imagined the pandemic would bring. You join your classes via computer and turn in all of your assignments online. Spending so much time on the computer can really affect...

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...

Students are required to meet A-G requirements to graduate with a diploma

Graduate Eligible

Marley Romero, Section Editor January 23, 2019

Are you one of the few students in California who doesn’t finish their requirements to go to college? The Public Policy Institute of California says that 80% of people graduate with all of their A-G...

Homecoming is Coming!

Tatiana Martinez, Section Editor October 29, 2018

Homecoming is coming! The Homecoming game will be on November second, and the dance will be on November third. The event will be for all students and grade levels of Gunderson. Leadership is still...

Front gates getting locked causes problems along tardies and traffic

October 15, 2018

Gunderson staff has been locking the gate in front of Gunderson High School where students would usually drive in or get dropped off.  About three weeks ago, the gates out front were locked before...

New students and new standards

Mekiah Glynn, Staff Writer September 27, 2018

Math and science departments have new staff and new goals this year. The math department teachers are focusing on making math “interesting and engaging” for students. The science department is teaching...

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