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New quiz “Buddy Meter” sweeps over the phones of SCHS students

Zianna Razon

May 1, 2018


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The newest social media craze “Buddy Meter” has swept over the phones of the students of SCHS. Like past trends, such as “Sarahah” and “Lipsi,” this game entertains users and their friends. “Buddy Meter” is a website that students link to their posts on social media, primarily Snapchat....

OPINION: Students should be allowed to use notes on tests and quizzes

Sam Hunt

May 1, 2018


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When students write an essay, make a science fair board, or do their math homework, chances are that they have their sources or their notes nearby so that they can be sure that they aren’t misinformed. After all, if you have answers directly available to you, it would be ridiculous not to use them. ...

REVIEW: Santa Clara High’s drama department puts on hilarious new musical: ‘The Drowsy Chaperone’

Zianna Razon

April 6, 2018


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Yesterday evening, the SCHS drama department premiered their spring musical “The Drowsy Chaperone,” delivering great entertainment, tear-jerking laughs and baffling moments to its audiences. Following their previous production, “Noises Off,” the theater department has succeeded in keeping a comi...

REVIEW: Hayley Kiyoko’s “Expectations” adds strength to her nickname “Lesbian Jesus”

Aryanna Gregoire

April 5, 2018


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The music album “Expectations” by Hayley Kiyoko, released last Friday, has exceeded expectations. Filled with songs about L.A., love and heartbreak, the album is a hit. Kiyoko is a top artist in the LGBTQ+ community with her songs of being in love with other women. She has been deemed the “Le...

OPINION: Collective punishment is unfair for disciplined students

Annie Liu

March 31, 2018


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At school, students are racing to improve, or even simply maintain, their best grades. But in some classes, academic levels and interests to excel vary between students. Nonetheless, some teachers employ the collective punishment system on students, which proves to be unfair in many scenarios. Ac...

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