No prom, no problem

Chase Glenister

March 2, 2010
Filed under Features

Not everyone wants to go to prom. Prom can be very stressful. It can be awkward and expensive, and planning is time-consuming. Even those who want to go prom may not be able to. There are a lot of other activities you can do instead... Read more »

Earthquakes shake stability

Anterpreet Kaur

February 1, 2010
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The year started with earthquakes across the globe, in Haiti and Guatemala, and more local ones in Fremont. After the extreme devastation in Haiti and Guatemala, the state of our community's preparation comes into question. The... Read more »

Poll: Do you know what student council spends its time doing?

January 29, 2010
Filed under Features, Student Life

poll administered by Amanda Nava Infographic by Nicole Doan

What is our money spent on?

Nicole Doan and Chase Glenister

January 29, 2010
Filed under Features

This year ASB has a budget of $43,522.66, minus the money allotted for the “Up Yours”... Read more »

Leadership carries out countless duties

Judy Wu

January 29, 2010
Filed under Features

Many people may wonder what happens in leadership class. What are the roles and duties of each person in leadership? As student representatives, ASB officers make decisions about upcoming events and oversee everyone else in... Read more »

Poll: Did you purchase an ASB card?

January 29, 2010
Filed under Features, Student Life

Poll administered by Amanda Nava Infographic by Michaela Go

H1N1 scare spreads through year

Keerthika Ramakrishnan

January 6, 2010
Filed under Features

The scariest event of the year started when 4-year-old Edgar Hernandez was diagnosed with the first case of the H1N1 swine flu in Mexico March 28. By April, two children from California were diagnosed with first cases of H1N1... Read more »

How to make a holiday card

Michaela Go and Michaela Go

December 20, 2009
Filed under Features

Materials: Colored paper, white paper, scissors, ruler, glue 1. Cut the white paper smaller than the paper that will be on the outside of the card. 2. Fold the white paper in half and cut along the dotted lines. The cuts... Read more »

Holiday cheer rises above bad economy

Chase Glenister

December 15, 2009
Filed under Features

Christmas has always been known as the season of cheer, peace and giving. However, due to the current economic situation, the giving part of the season is severely cramped. Senior Eric Olsen disagrees. “People give... Read more »

Put thought into holiday gifts

Simoneel Czar

December 15, 2009
Filed under Features

Are you confused about what to give your family and friends for the holidays? No worries, we have ideas on how to find great presents for less. If you want to find a present that your best girl friend or sister will like,... Read more »

Give more, receive more

Judy Wu

December 15, 2009
Filed under Features

During the season of giving, families, friends and even strangers come together to help the less fortunate. People remember to appreciate the things they have that others don’t. The holidays are a time for celebration and high... Read more »

Cultural celebrations diversify holidays

Keerthika Ramakrishnan

December 15, 2009
Filed under Features

The waning fall and rising winter mark the beginning of holidays all around the world. Christmas, Kwanzaa, Eid, Hanukkah and other holidays are celebrated at this time of the year. People celebrate Christmas differently in... Read more »