Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Consumer culture increases unhappiness in individuals, perpetuating a cycle of unnecessary spending.

Consumer culture does not achieve true happiness

By Anushruti Nagarajan April 5, 2024

Living in the populated Bay Area, I have often found myself caught up in the whirlwind of consumer culture. From flashy advertisements along every highway to the relentless pursuit of keeping up with the...

Coach Jackie Lam said she hopes to bring enthusiasm and a genuine joy for tennis to the team.

New face behind the racket

By Anushruti Nagarajan and Nicole Pimenta Innecco October 14, 2023

As the courts come alive with the renewed energy of a new season, players gear up to welcome their new coach: Jackie Lam. With prior experience and a different perspective, she hopes to strengthen the...

Junior Libby Frey said she enjoys listening to music while driving because it is a good way to lift her spirits.

Navigating the roads

By Anushruti Nagarajan and Harshi Vijayakumar September 27, 2023

Getting a driver’s license is a pivotal milestone in a high schooler’s life. A driver’s license represents independence, but also a greater responsibility, junior Ingrid Gomard said. “Driving...

From winning matches to having team dinners, the boys golf team has built stronger bonds.

A new team tradition

Throughout the season, the boy's golf team developed a new tradition — McDonald’s team dinners. Senior Kyle Ashe said the team went out for dinner together after both practices and games and the dinners...

 Callahan performs at the annual HHS forte dance showcase and competition.

The start of something new

By Anushruti Nagarajan February 10, 2023

As 2023 begins, many recollect on their progress of previous goals and look forward to the new beginning. For Equestriettes officer, Madelyn Callahan, the junior said she feels New Year’s is all about...

Through playing against other top teams in the league, Wickham improves her ball control.

A new chapter in girls soccer

By Anushruti Nagarajan January 30, 2023

Being a first time varsity player can be intimidating, sophomore Carlie Breiner said, but Breiner, freshman Selene Bruyere and junior Annika Wickham know how to dribble through the obstacles of adapting...

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