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Fixing the issues with our issue

Corrections from the April 2021 Issue:

Focus:

  • “Human-caused climate change results in weather extremeties throughout the world” to “Human-caused climate change results in weather extremities throughout the world”

Corrections from the February 2021 Issue:

Campus:

  • “Leadership class learns to adapt to distance learning while still carrying out their duties.”
    • First column, 23-24th line: “Freshman officer Chloe Nguyen said.” to “Freshman officer Asher Dubin said.”
  • SCUSD continues to distribute free meals to those in need during COVID-19 pandemic
    • Per image caption, “Free meals are safely distributed at any SCUSD school campus.”: Free meals are only distributed at select SCUSD campuses: Bowers Elementary, Hughes Elementary, Mayne Elementary, Montague Elementary, Don Callejon School, Scott Lane Elementary, Cabrillo Middle School, Buchser Middle School, Peterson Middle School and Wilcox High School.

Opinion:

  • “Alternative? Or desperately reaching to be?”
    • Antepenultimate column, 10th line: “Surfs Curse” to “Surf Curse”

Spotlight:

      • QR Code
        • “Scan to listen the Roar Podcast where staffers talk about gaming” to “Scan to listen to the Roar Podcast where staffers talk about gaming”

Corrections from the December 2020 Issue:

Opinion:

  • Editorial headline
    • “Asynchnous ” to “Asynchronous”
  • “Christmas creep infects retailers and damages the shopping experience.”
    • Antepenultimate column, 18th line: “increses” to “increases”

Arts and Entertainment:

  • “Senior Carla Leon began ‘Treatsaholic’ where she creates and sells baked goods and treats” photo caption
    • “Leon makes a variety of baked goods for her small business” to “Leon makes a variety of baked goods for her small business.”

Corrections from the October 2020 Issue:

Focus:

  • Bottom right graphic:
    • Source: The Washington Post

Arts and Entertainment:

  • In “Melina’s Booket List.”
    • 4th graf: “‘How to be Antiracist'” to “‘How to be an Antiracist'”

Corrections from the February 2020 Issue:

Front Page:

  • In “Faculty advocates for a change in purpose of the current SSR period to promote productivity.”
    • 10th graf, 4th word: “committees'” to “committee’s”

Campus:

  • “A district nutrition guideline have caused students to waste fruit” to “A district nutrition guideline has caused students to waste fruit”

Focus:

  • “February 14, 2019” to “February 14, 2020”

Sports:

  • “Correction from the December ssue” to “Correction from the December Issue”
  •  “Kawamoto’s juggling class teaches PE students tricks and hand-eye coordination”
    • Photo caption should read: “Senior Joshua Neil Oliveira, a former juggling student, showcases his skills. Oliveira chose to take juggling because it’s different from other PE classes.”
    • Drop quote attribution should read “Joshua Neil Oliveira, senior”

Arts and Entertainment:

  • “Trendy food enjoyed by SCHS students does not have any nutritional value.”
    • 9th graf, third word: “Ayudi” to “Ayadi”

 

Corrections from the December 2019 Issue:

Front Page:

  • Graphic from “‘It’s not just the spawn of the devil’: Students reveal how they destress with social media.”
    • “distress” to “destress”
    • Graphic credit- “Lhana Phillavong” to “Lhana Philavong”

Opinion:

  • Editorial graphic
    • “recieve” to “receive”

Focus:

  • Graphic from “Supply and Demand: What makes California so expensive” credit missing: Tatiana Serrano-Zeledon

Sports:

  • Field Remodeling story: The information is incorrect in this article. For an updated an corrected version of the story, visit scroar.net
  • Field remodeling jump
    • Graphic caption should read: “The back field will soon be remodeled to include a practice baseball field, a main baseball field, a practice football field, a practice soccer field and a potential hockey field. (Graphic based on photos provided by Principal Gregory Shelby.)”

 

Corrections from the October 2019 Issue:

Front Page:

  • Images from “Junior Nithila Poongovan strives to ‘foster scientific curiosity'” caption error- “inquisitve” to “inquisitive.”
  • “A place for everyone: LGBTQ+ athletes at SCHS share their experiences” states that Isabel Maloney has played tennis for two years at SCHS. She has only played for one year.

Opinion:

  • Drop-quote in “Fast food is not an accurate representation of cultural cuisine” error- “build” to “built.”

Campus:

  • Name in “CA law combats the second leading adolescent death in Santa Clara County” error- “Crabajalas” to “Crabajales”
  • Drop-quote in “CA law combats the second leading adolescent death in Santa Clara County” error- “…people can always ask for” to “…people can always ask for help.”

Focus:

  • Graphic/ photo credits spelling: Tatiana Serrano-Zeledon
  • Last graf of “A plastic problem: how it happened”- “he said.” to “Sakaguchi said.”
  • Image of Rayana Palacio should be switched with the Sports image of Yasmin Flores

Sports:

  • Image from “SCHS’s new dance coach plans to make a positive impact on campus” caption error- “Ambrie” to “Ambriz”
  • Image of Yasmin Flores should be switched with the Focus image of Rayana Palacio
  • Name spelling in “Do you think sports contribute to school atmosphere and spirit?”- “Yasmen Flores Junior” to “Yasmin Flores”
  • Rohan Kolappa’s quote in “Do you think sports contribute to school atmosphere and spirit?”- “highschool” to “high school”
  • Drop-quote in continuation of “LGBTQ+ athletes” error- “Antonio Rico, senior” to “Antonio Rico, junior”

Spotlight:

  • Last graf- omit the last single quotation mark from the ending quote

 

 

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