The Roar

Self care methods at SCHS have changed since the shelter-in-place order

Students have developed new methods to take care of themselves.

Emily Harvie

May 31, 2020

After logging off of her last class of the day, sophomore Sarah Olson heads outside to lay in the grass and soak up the sun. She puts in her earbuds and begins blasting music to drown out the outside world. For some students, shelter-in-place has allowed them to dive deeper into taking care of themselves....

Many TV shows and movies have been cancelled and postponed during the pandemic

Many shows have been cancelled or postponed due to Coronavirus.

Alina Jafri

May 14, 2020

The production and release of many television shows and movies have been put on hold due to the coronavirus pandemic. Some of those postponed were favorites among numerous SCHS students. According to Teenvogue.com, the filming of new seasons for several popular teen shows like HBO’s “Euphoria,”...

REVIEW: Jeremy Zucker’s debut album ‘love is not dying’ is an exciting advancement in his music career

Zucker released the 15-track record on Friday, Apr. 17.

Vincent Nguyen

April 20, 2020

With over 15 million monthly listeners on Spotify, it’s surprising to think that Jeremy Zucker only released his debut album “love is not dying” on Friday, Apr. 17, after years’ worth of hit singles like 2018’s “comethru.” Despite the artist’s massive fanbase, Zucker’s 15-track record...

REVIEW: ‘The New Abnormal’ is a familiar yet mature sound for The Strokes

“The New Abnormal” is the band’s sixth studio album.

Vincent Nguyen

April 14, 2020

The Strokes broke their seven-year hiatus from music with the release of their sixth studio album, “The New Abnormal,” on Friday, Apr. 10. Though the album is lacking in innovation, its similarities to successful earlier works like “Is This It” make “The New Abnormal” the recognizable rock...

Plant parents: students share how caring for their plants reminds them to care for themselves

Many students feel that their plants boost their happiness.

Emily Harvie

April 13, 2020

On a trip to Home Depot, sophomore Heather Esguerra strolled through the garden section and spotted a bright pink flower on top of a small cactus. She begged her dad to buy it, and on her way home, Esguerra began researching how to take care of it for this was the first succulent to sprout her love of...

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