Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Movies are constantly being adapted into musicals, but the recreations lack effort and quality.

Not all movies should be musicals

By Danielle Feldsher March 18, 2024

As I see the plethora of musicals debuting on Broadway, certain productions such as “Frozen: The Broadway Musical” have caught my attention. Many of my favorite movies have transformed into musicals,...

Art teacher Tyler Cripe said students often have difficulty creating art without their phones beside them.

Technology takes charge of art department

By Danielle Feldsher March 4, 2024

With the new age of technology taking over schools, art teachers are stuck on whether the use of it is detrimental or essential, AP art teacher Tyler Cripe said. The debate is especially prevalent in...

Digital art teacher Edmond Kwong said he prioritizes connecting with students through sharing personal stories.

Capturing students’ attention, connecting through art

By Danielle Feldsher February 3, 2024

Edmond Kwong, who single-handedly leads the photography and multimedia department, said he did not start his career path as a teacher. Before coming to HHS, he worked at multiple high-tech companies...

Lead actress Sonali Wake performs in the fall play with fellow actors, creating a bond between castmates, she said.

Drama club performs first play of school year

By Danielle Feldsher and Elena Shim December 5, 2023

After months of arduous work, drama club performs three shows of their fall play, “A Lighter Shade of Noir,” from Nov. 16-18. The play follows international private detectives who aim to solve a case...

FBLA officers and members gather for a group picture at the CS project focus meeting and discuss upcoming conference events.

FBLA conference offers valuable insight

By Sanah Arya and Danielle Feldsher October 31, 2023

Kicking off the beginning of a new season, Future Business Leaders of America officers attended the Leadership Development Institute from Oct. 20-22.  Several officer teams attended a series of activities...

Art project sparks inkspiration

By Danielle Feldsher October 31, 2023

While drawing can refer to intricate and technically skilled pieces of work, it also refers to the idea of having complete artistic freedom, no matter how good the piece is. The art department focuses...

Falling for fall

Falling for fall

By Sanah Arya and Danielle Feldsher October 26, 2023


Taylor Swift’s tour buses traveled through 17 states while she performed 53 shows, positively affecting the revenue in each city she visited.

‘The Eras Tour’ creates a ‘Gold Rush’

By Danielle Feldsher September 27, 2023

Whether you are a Taylor Swift superfan like me or a longtime hater of the singer, there is no doubt that her “Eras Tour” has made a shocking impact on the United States this year. Holding the record...

Ceramics teacher Jodi Johnson poses with her ceramic sculpture.

Sculpting a new beginning

By Danielle Feldsher September 22, 2023

With clay in hand and a fresh outlook on the year, new teacher Jodi Johnson is taking over the ceramics wing this year after the previous teacher, Katie Schiltz, retired.  Looking to implement her...

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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