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Nicknames can make students feel connected and comfortable with their identity.

Students recognize nicknames as a part of their identity

Rebecca LaBarge June 4, 2022

Nicknames are often symbols of friendship, terms of affection, inside jokes and even important parts to people’s identities. Regardless of how they get them, many SCHS students go by nicknames, and treasure...

Late American neurosurgeon Paul Kalanithis memoir, When Breath Becomes Air, confronts the realities of mortality.

REVIEW: ‘When Breath Becomes Air’ explores the meaning of life and death

Mylinh Duong May 25, 2022

“I flipped through the CT scan images, the diagnosis obvious: the lungs were matted with innumerable tumors, the spine deformed, a full lobe of the liver obliterated. Cancer, widely disseminated. I was...

BoyWithUkes 11-track album reflects on moments of heartbreak.

REVIEW: BoyWithUke’s ‘Serotonin Dreams’ captures listeners with its catchy heartbreak songs

Joshua Cedro May 10, 2022

Rising artist BoyWithUke released his third album “Serotonin Dreams” on Friday, May 6, making it his first album released in 2022. The album consists of 11 songs lasting around 31 minutes, providing...

The lack of bike lanes and safety measures for commuters increases the risks of injury.

OPINION: The lack of bike lanes in Santa Clara is putting bikers at risk

Amos Press May 3, 2022

It is a sunny September afternoon and a student hops on their bike to start their journey home. Without a designated bike lane in place, the student has no choice but to ride close to the sidewalk near...

Many students felt they came out of their comfort zone by trying new things.

Many SCHS students reach for a new star and discover new possibilities

KennedyRose Stiver April 27, 2022

As the spirit squad runs onto the football field, a new team member tightens their ponytail and fixes a smile to hide any nervousness. They take a deep breath, walk out to cheer on the team and start the...

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