Indian Cultural Awareness Club members have been preparing for their annual show, Bombay in the Bay, which will take place in the McAfee Center on Feb. 13 and 14.
Students who have had AP Language and Composition and English 10 teacher Ken Nguyen know him to be humorous, witty and skilled at teaching.
Intended to help students relax and celebrate a successful week of inspiration, the carnival in the Quad ended Speak Up for Change week on Jan. 23.
As part of Speak Up for Change week, the Leadership class asked students and staff what wishes they would like to be granted.
As part of Speak Up for Change Week, the school held two assemblies, which featured a variety of speakers who shared their stories with students.
Dr. Hugh Roberts, a retired lawyer who is now the Mock Trial coach, began teaching at the school in 1959, the very year it opened.
Twenty-five marine biology and AP Biology students took a trip to Catalina Island from Jan. 16-18.
For members of the math club, the past months have been quite relaxed, scattered with minor contests.
Dedication can only do so much when the body betrays an athlete.
Senior Nidhi Vellanki understands this concept particularly well, having been left with a string of concussions and a torn ACL from playing basketball and field hockey.
SHS athletic trainer Liz Alves, who has been working in the position for seven years, helps provide diagnosis, treatments and emergency care year-round to all the school’s athletes.
Rowing, though a sport low-profile around campus, plays a crucial role in a several students’ lives. Its most attractive qualities, according to these students, are its meditative effect and rewarding benefits, such as the proud feeling of pushing their physical and mental limits.
Two students discuss playing for soccer club teams rather than the school's teams.
Play time together on the soccer field helps tighten the bond between twin sisters juniors Kaitlyn and Kimberly Chen, as they learn to get through tough moments and enjoy themselves during funny moments.
Due to disappointing moments like this last year, the Falcons finished with a 2-12 record and were pushed down to the lower El Camino League this year. Starting the ‘14-15 season, senior goalkeeper Edwin Chen has high hopes for improvement.
The girls' basketball team's bonding events build the players’ relationships with each other and are important on the court.
While a deferral from a college may look a lot better than a rejection, the percentage of deferred applicants from most colleges is too high and should be cut down.
While Career Day can help provide students with new options and perspectives, it’s not always as useful as it could be. A lack of student interest and dull presentations can render the day a waste of time.
Last August, a controversy erupted in the gaming world over a relationship between reporter Nathan Grayson, who works for gaming magazine Kotaku, and game developer Zoe Quinn. Gamers have been demanding Grayson be fired for giving Quinn’s game a positive review.
Fraternities were created to increase brotherly bonding and promote ethical conduct, but recently, they have been riddled with problems.
Many people dismiss the idea of community college because of the negative stigma around the education at these schools.
The College Board needs to tighten up its policies to prevent students from cheating the system.
The devastating attack of the weekly satirical newspaper “Charlie Hebdo” raised global discussion over the importance of freedom of press and the way society responds to its manifestations. While respect for religious beliefs is obviously important, freedom of speech is a crucial pillar of democracy that should never be compromised, even in light of such irrationally violent events.
After the riveting cliffhanger of “White Collar” Season 5 finale left us sitting speechless before the TV screen, we waited anxiously for 10 months for the next episode.
When I first made the New Year’s resolution to be nicer, I didn’t know what to expect.
Questions sent to an anonymous account (ask.fm/dearabbyshs) were answered here.
After I watched the third movie of the Hunger Games series, “Mockingjay Part 1,” released on Nov. 21, I was so stunned at its brilliance that my parents had to drag me out of AMC 14 before I snuck into another theater for a second round.
We entered the Chinese pastry shop Kee Wah Bakery with high hopes and empty stomachs, expecting to be amazed. The bakery had received rather generous reviews on Yelp, perhaps due to its friendly staff and lovely ambiance. However, its hours were too short and its pastries were too small for the price, leading to a rather disappointing visit.
Star Wars fans and movie fanatics alike are quivering in anticipation of the first installment of the series to release in a decade.
Senior Irene Chen takes a keen interest in ceramics and intends to pursue it in the future.
We promised ourselves that, as an early New Year’s resolution, we would go (however long) without consuming more than one cookie-sized sweet per day. We had not realized at the time exactly how difficult this would be, even though we basically live off of chocolate and sugar.
Pencils are high maintenance and bothersome. Of course, most writing utensils are — they stand in the tall shadow of life’s greatest gift: pens.
Buying a fresh, new pack of pencils from OfficeMax can be described as one of the most magical moments life offers. Every time I complete my homework, I take a second to notice the amazing powers of the often under-appreciated pencil.
In a moment of great mental weakness, we decided that it might be a good idea to challenge our linguistic talents and speak only Spanish for the duration of an entire Friday. Bonus points for speaking with a telenovela (soap opera) voice.
The new insanely addictive app called Trivia Crack has officially swept teens and teachers across the nation, destroying free time and friendships.
“Old movies are so boring.”
Don’t ever say that around me unless you want to get slapped.
Anyone who follows our Snapchat stories is fully aware of our constant presence at Starbucks. Honestly, we spend more time sitting on their familiar couches than we do at our own respective homes.