Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Main characters Aang, Katara and Sokka prepare to fight enemies in a great display of choreography (Photo from Netflix).

“Avatar: The Last Airbender” live-action redeems itself — but not enough

By Catherine Yang March 11, 2024

The animated TV show “Avatar: The Last Airbender,” commonly known as ATLA, was an instant success after its initial 2005 release on Nickelodeon, attracting millions of viewers all over the world and...

The current volleyball team prepares to block the hit from the alumni team. 2007 graduate, alumnus Ryan Dedrick and varsity captain Scott Moore both said playing against each other is rewarding skill-wise.

Boys volleyball alumni play against current players

By Mackie Vu, Catherine Yang, and Veronica Zhao March 4, 2024

Alumni are an integral part of the school community, providing a network of support and experience, varsity boys volleyball head coach Danny Chan said. The annual alumni game — which took place on Feb....

Marching band can be considered its own sport because it participates in competitions with other bands.

POV: Should marching band be considered a sport?

By Mackie Vu and Catherine Yang December 7, 2023

There are numerous sports in the athletic department – including soccer, football and swimming – but marching band is not one of them. Epitaph reporters Mackie Vu and Catherine Yang discuss their views...

Freshman Reva Karri said she is excited to run for the freshmen class cabinet.

Starting the rough track

By Mackie Vu and Catherine Yang September 22, 2023

After graduating middle school, there comes a new set of high school freshmen every year. With that comes a new set of expectations, and many of them are not met, freshman Reva Karri said. Looking forward...

Accelerated summer construction projects will give students and teachers access to renovated buildings this school year.

Campus construction completed — for now

After continuous construction on campus for the last 15 years, no major renovations will take place during the upcoming school year, principal Greg Giglio said. The B and S buildings and library quad will...

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