Club Corner: Girls Who Code

Sushma Parrapagoudar, Staff Reporter

October 10, 2014
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In a recent study conducted by Forbes Magazine, researchers found that women hold only 27 percent of jobs in the technology industry. Taking these statistics to heart, Reshma Saujani, an Indian-American lawyer and politician,... Read more »

Teacher Appreciation Week differs in other countries

Matt Moore

June 11, 2010
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Everyone knows about Teacher Appreciation Week, yet hardly any students celebrate the people who sacrifice everyday to impart knowledge on us. In America, Teacher Appreciation Week is celebrated in the first full week of May.... Read more »

Students pursue college

Keerthika Ramakrishnan

June 3, 2010
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After June 17, there is no more high school for seniors and they will begin to focus on the next steps of their lives. Summer is just a small break for many in our senior class as they head to college in the fall. “I... Read more »

German voyages

Alejandro Montalvo

June 3, 2010
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Leaving high school and the comfy home nest can be quite a challenge. Typically, one is either leaving the roost to go to a nearby college to stay in the dorms. Out of state colleges are also a usual choice. Senior Severine... Read more »

Trade school students learn useful skills

Simoneel Czar and Marcy Shieh

June 2, 2010
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Senior Gabriel Campos is currently training under PetersenDean Roofing and Solar Systems. He will work for them during the summer. Campos considers his current training as his education. “Trades are based on skill... Read more »

WHS boys join military

Harris Afridi

June 2, 2010
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A majority of the seniors are college-bound, but a small handful are headed straight to the military. Senior Maverick Hooper will join the navy after high school and work as an aviation mechanic. His responsibilities lie... Read more »

Mom finds treatment for junior’s uncommon disease

Paige Castren and Christine Harms

March 30, 2010
Filed under Features, Student Life

Veronica Bonfiglio, junior Brent Bonfiglio’s mother, has possibly found a treatment for her son’s disease, neurodegeneration with brain iron accumulation (NBIA). There supposedly is no known cure for this disease, and most... Read more »

Freedom comes with strings attached

Shelmi Liang

March 30, 2010
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New adults are greeted with new rights, but also new responsibilities. A 17-year-old shoplifter might be lectured and driven home in a police car for a first offense. But 18-year-old's face arrest and possible jail time. The juvenile... Read more »

Students fail to recognize their rights

Judy Wu

March 30, 2010
Filed under Features, Student Life

Teenagers have more rights than most people think. Teenagers have the right to an education, free speech and a safe environment. They also have the right to a legal counsel and trial by jury. Authorized figures can order teens... Read more »

Planning for a perfect prom

March 8, 2010
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January: Save money! If you are unsure of whether you will go, save anyway! You never know if you might change your mind as the prom date approaches or if your friends will persuade you to go. Remember, you don’t have... Read more »

How to ask someone to prom

Raphael Ghieuw Sien

March 2, 2010
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Asking a date to prom can be intimidating, but it is not as scary as it seems. All it takes is careful planning and guts. This may sound a little confusing, but most girls like to be asked in a surprising, but not embarrassing... Read more »

Prom costs more than its ticket value

Amanda Nava

March 2, 2010
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With prom around the corner, everyone is worrying so much about getting a date that they forget dresses and boutonnieres don’t fall from the sky. The prices of required items are easily overlooked until the last moment. Some... Read more »