Practice and Perform

Practice and Perform

In her backyard, with headphones in, Caroline Cook ’19 choreographed a piece with the intention of someday sharing it. Months later, standing alone in a corner of the studio, she prepared for the overwhelming experience of sharing what was meant to be shared. With hundreds of eyes upon her on the momentous day, she allowed […]

Prefects implement Orange Sheet system

In order to eliminate miscommunication between students and teachers, Prefect Council implemented a new Orange Sheet system, which students will use to move a test when they have three or more on the same day, junior prefect Michael Lehrhoff ‘20 said. Prefect Council announced the new initiative in an email to the student body Nov. […]

White Christmas

White Christmas

When Angie Vasquez ’19 was a child, she became used to Santa Claus, the holiday figure she loved, as only being white. However, she said her perception of the jolly man in the red suit changed as she got older when she realized that Christmas focused only on white culture leading her to feel as […]

Injuries hinder team’s success

The boys’ wrestling team remains optimistic about its young core despite dropping itson Dec. 5 Kanoa Young ’21, in addition to losing two strong players from last years squad. An inexperienced young group of freshman leading the way for this yearstill feels good about the team’s future. “They’re working hard,”   “The freshmen are doing well with the […]

The Aftermath: The school community reacts to the destruction of the Woolsey wildfire and the environmental factors that contributed

The Aftermath: The school community reacts to the destruction of the Woolsey wildfire and the environmental factors that contributed

SWith the wood and cement rubble that used to be her home crunching beneath her, Maayan Milchan ’21 sifted through shards of shattered pottery and other memorabilia, attempting to piece together the charred remnants of her childhood home. “The first time going back there, a part of it [was] surreal,” Milchan said. “The things that […]

Alumnus appointed to First District Court of Appeals

Gabriel Sanchez ’94 was appointed associate justice, Division One of the California First District Court of Appeals Oct. 26 by California Governor Edmund Brown Jr. If confirmed by the California Commission on Judicial Appointments on Nov. 26, Sanchez will be the first male Latino justice ever appointed to this court. Sanchez will replace Justice Robert […]

Economics Club to bring Andrew Puzder to assembly, students threaten walkout

Students are planning to walk out of an upcoming all-school assembly tomorrow set to feature Andrew Puzder, former CEO of Carl’s Jr. and former Secretary of Labor nominee for the Trump administration. Puzder’s presentation is called, “Why Millennials Should Embrace Capitalism,” counselor Michelle Bracken said. The Economics Club decided to sponsor Puzder through a recommendation […]

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