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Cartee’s Collages

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 been making collages for a while, ever since I made a cover for my binder in eighth grade. I had half of the wall in my room that’s ...

Craving Boba?

Craving Boba?

Emilie Takahashi, Staff Writer

September 17, 2020

As a boba addict, I experienced severe withdrawals during quarantine. I had heard the tales of my friends who had embarked on this boba-making journey and was immediately discouraged by the hours of hard labor they were describing. But I was desperate, so when I saw the tapioca flour for 80 cents at m...

Drama puts on virtual musical: “Emma! A Pop Musical”

Drama puts on virtual musical:

Meghan Jacob, News Editor

September 9, 2020

The theater department has adapted to the COVID-19 crisis by deciding to take “Emma! A Pop Musical” from the stage to the screen through Zoom this Fall. “It’s really easy for a lot of high schools just to decide on not doing a show this year,” theater arts director Melissa Staab said. ...

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 of sweets, and sometimes to relieve stress and anger. Personally, I baked for a lot of quarantine. Whenever I had a sweet tooth or was bored out of my mind, I ...

New and not so improved

Photo from Forbes.com

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, no sidekick Chinese dragon Mushu and the removal of Mulan’s love interest, army captain Li Shang— the latest “Mulan” film is more dry and predictable than an...

Jewelry for a cause

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 inspired to turn that hobby into a business where she donates all of her profits to charities for people of color. “With all this recent media coverage on Black Lives Matter and racism, and everyon...

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