High Tide

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Ruby's Diner closes after 30 years of business
Erika Glass, Staff writer • September 20, 2020

An era of countless memories came to an end with the sudden closing of Ruby’s Diner on Sept. 8, a result of COVID-19. After 30 years in business, the...

Drama puts on virtual musical: "Emma! A Pop Musical"
Meghan Jacob, News Editor • September 9, 2020

The theater department...

Making the grade
Chrissa Olson, Staff Writer • April 21, 2020

  In response...

Cartee's Collages
Zelia Lerch, Staff Writer • September 19, 2020

Usually scrap newspapers, magazines and photos end up at the bottom of trash cans, but sophomore Reece Cartee uses all those leftover pieces for collaging. “I've...

'What makes me look like I am an enemy?'
Sarah Falahahwazi, Editor-in-Chief • September 11, 2020

19 years later: America remembers. Each and every life lost on this day 19 years ago brings fresh pain...

Breaking in the breakouts
Elise Haulund, News Editor • September 10, 2020

“Hello?” I say awkwardly as I join my breakout room. Unfortunately, I’m met with crickets. I try...

Jewelry for a cause
Meghan Jacob September 4, 2020

Making handmade jewelry was always just a hobby for senior Suji Kim, but through quarantine she has been...

Reporting out
Chrissa Olson, Staff Writer • June 22, 2020

As a teacher, he’s watched students grow up from freshmen to seniors who eventually graduated to continue...

Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe
Chocolate Chip Cookie Recipe
Troy Nevil, Staff Writer • September 8, 2020

For many, baking is a fun and soothing hobby. When stressed or tired, people often take out their whisks and measuring cups to create batches...

New and not so improved
Nadia Bidarian, Features Editor • September 7, 2020

★★★☆☆ Despite the changes Disney’s live-action “Mulan” employed to separate itself from the original 1998 film— no singing,...

Batter with baking
Haven Beches, Staff Writer • April 23, 2020

As the days slowly blend into one another, it can be hard to figure out new and exciting activities that hold your attention span. Speaking from...

Boys Lacrosse takes first loss of the season against Northridge High School
March 6, 2019

Boys lacrosse took their first lost of the season 5-3 Feb.26 against Northridge High School. The team...

Hoping past is prologue
Kierra Patterson, Staff Writer • January 17, 2019

Boys soccer beat Peninsula...

Keeping up momentum
Sara Steinecker, Staff Writer • December 21, 2018

Following the Battle...

Still going strong
Derek Stoetzer, Sports Writer • December 21, 2018

Riding a 6-2 record in...

Work hard, play hard
Derek Stoetzer, Staff Writer • December 13, 2018

In one of their strongest...

A Tale of Two Internet Connections
A Tale of Two Internet Connections
Sarah Falahahwazi and Alexis Mesa August 29, 2020

For millions of students across the country, online school has become the new norm. Yet all internet connections are not created equal; for those...

What about us?
Anthony Ganis, Staff Writer • February 13, 2020

Suicide is a growing issue among teens today, and as students it’s becoming more prevalent in our lives with each passing yearl. As the American...

Standardizing educational classism
Martha Farah, Editor-in-Chief • January 30, 2020

Especially during junior year, students are trying to get high scores on their standardized tests such as the ACT and SAT. Now, following some...

Why I march
Why I march
Christina Owen, Editor-in-Chief • January 30, 2020

Three years after the inauguration of President Trump, I am still marching, and every year the one question I get without fail is “Why do you...

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