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Counseling office now equipped with a computer for faster, effortless appointments

Amy Kennedy

May 16, 2018


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Students can now schedule counseling appointments on a computer, which has replaced the paper slips outside the counseling offices. The old system of filling out slips required the counseling secretary, Britnie Delgado, to manually enter the appointments from the slips to the computer for the counselo...

UPDATED ANNOUNCEMENT: Journalism students participate in the KQED Youth Takeover

UPDATED ANNOUNCEMENT: Journalism students participate in the KQED Youth Takeover

May 15, 2018


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Starting this year, Bay Area news site KQED chose 30 students to be featured in their Youth Takeover. Journalism students went through editing processes with professional editors from KQED. Their stories were published from April 23rd- April 27th. Students who were not featured on air can be...

WASC report grants a six-year accreditation to SCHS

WASC report grants a six-year accreditation to SCHS

Eunice Oh

May 13, 2018


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A recent report on May 9, 2018, by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) confirmed SCHS is approved for accreditation for the next six years, through 2024, with visitation at the three-year mark. “Fundamentally, WASC Accreditation means your diploma counts….that colleges can trus...

REVIEW: Arctic Monkey’s new album “Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino” tells the truth in a variety of styles

REVIEW: Arctic Monkey’s new album “Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino” tells the truth in a variety of styles

Sasha Syrevych

May 13, 2018


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After five years, English rock band Arctic Monkeys finally released their sixth album, “Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino,” last Friday, thus continuing their claim that rock-n-roll never dies. Unlike most artists in the music industry, Arctic Monkeys did not release any singles previewing the al...

OPINION: The comedy genre has become a quick cash-grab for major film studios

Vincent Nguyen

May 10, 2018


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Hollywood’s latest monstrosity of a film, “Overboard,” debuted May 4 and received an appalling Rotten Tomatoes score of 31 percent. The movie, which finds its laughs in raunchiness and bodily harm, centers around the idiotic and, frankly, unethical plot of Anna Faris abducting an amnesiac to teach ...

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