High Tide

Marching for equality

Lauren Kim, Staff Writer

January 27, 2017

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Sophomore Maggie Morey was one of the 500,000 people to walk in the Women’s March in Washington D.C. The Women’s March on Washington was a political rally to promote women’s rights, racial equality and LGBTQ rights that took place on Jan. 21, 2017. “The march was really inspiring. I know this is a difficult situation for a lot of people, and I think it gave everybody h...

On pointe

Kayla Hiken, Staff Writer

January 27, 2017

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For junior Allexxis Allen, dance has been a part of her life since she was two years old. She dedicates more than 20 hours to dance and travels over 1,000 miles a week to get there. With this huge commitment, many awards and prizes have followed, including two national titles as well as scholarships to dance for schools, such as Juilliard, in the summer. Because she...

Down the rabbit hole

Down the rabbit hole

January 26, 2017

Photo by Eden Millan For confidentiality, the source is referred to as John Doe. Despite having an alcoholic father and a sister addicted to drugs, teach...

Releasing them

Releasing them

January 18, 2017

In this ever developing world, there are many people who find work they can do to help those less fortunate than them. Sophomore Inde Navarrette is doing just that by helping her grandp...

Founding Virtù

Founding Virtù

Kylee Kallick, Staff Writer

January 17, 2017

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Sophomore John Forbes had the idea of creating his own local clothing company, Virtù Clothing Co. to give himself experience in the entrepreneurial wor...

Making waves

Making waves

December 15, 2016

Waking up early in the morning to go out and photograph surfers is a sacrifice freshman George Ejupi is willing to take if it means perfecting his hobb...

Starboy

Starboy

Amanda Shaw, Senior Editor

December 15, 2016

Filed under Features, Showcase

Click, click, click. Light reflects. Directions and movements are called out. Flustered hair and makeup artists rush around. He tunes it all out and d...

She saw the sign

Erika Zlatkin, Staff Writer

December 14, 2016

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The sound of one hand clapping  any be a philosophical mystery to a Zen Buddhist, but the silent movement of hands often carries a literal world of meaning to practitioners of American Sign Language (ASL). Sophomore Kennedy Trawick studies ASL as her language credit and is planning to become fluent. “Last year when I was taking Spanish, I didn’t feel motivated in learning it so...

Benone shares her experience as a producer for the drivetime show, “Top 8 @8”

Benone shares her experience as a producer for the drivetime show, “Top 8 @8”

December 14, 2016

When students face difficulties in high school, they must either push through, find help or drop out. Teacher Jordana Benone, however, found a solution in a ...

Finding comfort

Finding comfort

December 13, 2016

After losing one of the most important people in his life, junior Daniel Nevarez was inspired to channel his pain into helping others who have experienced a loss. Nevarez decided to vol...

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