• Three high schoolers hack their way to success

    Three high schoolers hack their way to success

    Carissa Saylor, Staff Reporter

    Hack Generation Y is a hackathon in which high school students compete in teams ranging from 1-5 people to build applications that can solve worldwide problems. Over the weekend of January 24-25, Seniors Kunal Shah, Leon Eng, and Junior Sa'aadat Hussain were accepted to compete in this competition with 500 other hackers. This competition lasted 36 hours nonstop and took place... READ MORE »»

  • Konnichiwa High School Diplomats

    Konnichiwa High School Diplomats

    Shradha Shah, Guest Reporter

    “The Best Ten Days of Your Life” was the description Washington alumni Emily Hoeven gave to me as she spoke about the program High School Diplomats. A year ago I was skeptical about her claim, but a year later having gone through the program myself, I could not find better words to describe it. In 1987, AIU Insurance Company of Tokyo began funding High School... READ MORE »»

    Some HSD girls on American Day dressed in red white and blue.

  • Meat the press: burgers for a bargain

    Meat the press: burgers for a bargain

    Ian Gunady, Staff Reporter

    Tasty and cheap, St. John's Bar and Grill in Sunnyvale has a classic feel, handwritten menu board, and uniquely prepared food, all in a warm and lively ambiance. They serve burgers, Philly cheesesteaks, and chicken sandwiches. Looking at the menu, you will see that burgers are $7-$9 and sides are $3-$5. Burgers are half priced on Wednesday and Saturday, cheesesteaks on Monday,... READ MORE »»

  • Inappropriate tweets call for #change

    Inappropriate tweets call for #change

    Brandon Chu, Staff Reporter

    Teachers inspire many students. Since these students look up to teachers as examples of model behavior, it remains important for teachers to exhibit good traits in both their professional and personal lives. However, one history teacher, Krista Hodges, at Newark Memorial High School has neglected this expectation. Just weeks before summer vacation started for students at Newark,... READ MORE »»

  • Athlete of the Moment: Eoff offs the competition

    Athlete of the Moment: Eoff offs the competition

    Elizabeth Yang, Staff Reporter

    Freshman Miranda Eoff is the definition of a triple threat. She is a competitive cheerleader, volleyball player, and football player. Eoff is currently playing defensive end on the junior varsity football team. “Football has become my everything, I totally love it!” Eoff said. This is Eoff’s first year playing football on a team. She has wanted to play for a long time,... READ MORE »»

Three high schoolers hack their way to success

Three high schoolers hack their way to success

Carissa Saylor, Staff Reporter

Hack Generation Y is a hackathon in which high school students compete in teams ranging from 1-5 people to build applications that can solve worldwide problems. Over the...  Read More »

January 27, 2015 • 0 comments

Dress for less

Austin Gee, Staff Reporter

The Princess Boutique began last year, right before Senior Ball, when a student was in need of a dress but did not have the money to buy one. The program allows female student...  Read More »

January 8, 2015 • 0 comments

UC Tuition Can Go Take a Hike

Stephen Jeffery, Staff Reporter

With college tuition and its large price tag, no one would like to pay anymore for college than they already do. Recently, the University of California system proposed a tuition...  Read More »

December 19, 2014 • 0 comments

BREAKING NEWS: FUSD cancels school for Dec. 11 due to impending storm

BREAKING NEWS: FUSD cancels school for Dec. 11 due to impending storm

Uma Bhatia, Features Editor

For the first time in history, all FUSD high schools, middle schools, and elementary schools are to be closed tomorrow due to a predicted storm. Other Alameda County school...  Read More »

December 10, 2014 • 0 comments

Fremont police receive grant

December 1, 2014

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Air conditioners pose continuous problems

December 1, 2014

AC Library provides tutoring

December 1, 2014

Students in coding club work on the computer during meetings.

Cracking the code of computer science

December 1, 2014

Students involved with politics

December 1, 2014

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Action needed to fix affirmative action

Neha Nagesh, Staff Reporter

With this year's college application cycle coming to an end, high school seniors begin to question every aspect of their résumé. From doubts about volunteer experience to...  Read More »

December 19, 2014 • 0 comments

Cheaters never prosper…or so they say

Brandon Chu, Staff Reporter

Cheaters win. And we let them. In the beginning of this article, I was convinced otherwise. I had assumed that students who cheated spent more time and effort procuring those...  Read More »

December 19, 2014 • 0 comments

The magic of Christmas

Kayla Gladish, Staff Reporter

Christmas is a time of universal celebration. Whether or not you recognize the religious aspect of the holiday, it is hard to deny the happiness that seems to surround everyone...  Read More »

December 19, 2014 • 0 comments

Opposing the opinions, protesting the protests

Matt van Sprakelaar, Editor-in-Chief

To many, the United States of America is admired for the legal system that is provided for its citizens. America is expected to be a place where any individual can live without...  Read More »

December 19, 2014 • 0 comments

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Artist Spotlight: Amanda Hum’s Journey into Art

Carissa Saylor, Staff Reporter

Starting off by doodling sketches and copying anime drawings, Senior Amanda Hum now draws as a hobby in her spare time. She first started becoming interested in art in the...  Read More »

December 18, 2014 • 0 comments

Underrated TV: Wilfred (US Series)

Underrated TV: Wilfred (US Series)

Pablo Solar-Sanchez, Staff Reporter

Wilfred is a dark comedy where a man dressed up in a dog suit comes to save Ryan Newman, the main character, from ruining his life. I first learned about this television series...  Read More »

November 19, 2014 • 0 comments

‘Heart On My Sleeve’ leaves heart a-bleeding

Jin Lee, Staff Reporter

Mary Lambert, an aspiring singer/songwriter, recently released her debut album “Heart On My Sleeve.” Lambert is most known for her guest appearance on Macklemore and Ryan...  Read More »

November 19, 2014 • 0 comments

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Checkin’ Books Out

November 19, 2014

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Play Review: Dracula, a delightful fright

November 19, 2014

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Review: haunted houses and terrifying trains

October 23, 2014

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