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Senior Devon Hawkins on the podium after placing first in the state weightlifting competition.

Powering past expectations

Greta Carrasco, Staff Reporter | December 7, 2021

In his final deadlift, senior Devon Hawkins raised 265 pounds, held the bar for a second, and dropped it. Silence surrounded the arena as the final decision of the referees was reached. All three referees...

Julian Reyes-Rogachevsky holds up 4 of his newer boxed hot wheels standing in front of his showcases containing the majority of his most prized cars.

Hot commodity

Joshua Krob, Staff reporter | December 6, 2021

He owns Ferraris, Ford GTs, Porsches and Nissans, all without a license and for about $1 per car. Sophomore Julian Reyes-Rogachevsky is a diecast vehicle collector, collecting everything from Tonka to...

Going mobile

Going mobile

Nadia Knoblauch and Zahra Ateeq | December 6, 2021

During our childhood, many of us spent hours building cities, raising families and serving frozen treats on our parents’ desktops. Computer games like Minecraft, The Sims and Papa’s Freezeria were...

Choosing between alternative medication and traditional medication can be a struggle, especially when ones symptoms call for both. Many students use a mix of both, depending on which is most convenient.

Alternative answers

Sophia Canabal, Lifestyles Editor | November 19, 2021

With continued innovation, modern medicine resembles a Holy Grail— a network of drugs that provide healing and rejuvenation with few downsides. However, this is not everyone’s reality. Long lists of...

Junior Nina Honda does her precalculus homework in the cafeteria during the pep rally. According to Honda, she decided not to go to another pep rally after her last one was stressful and overwhelming.

A quiet place

Janell Lim, News Editor | November 11, 2021

Shouts. Screams. Cheers. Students packed into the bleachers, cheerleaders twirling, jumping, the band blaring out with trumpets and saxophones. The scene is familiar to many students— the bright lights...

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