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Frontier announces winner of writing contest, Tyler Deuel

 Frontier announces winner of writing contest, Tyler Deuel

By Eileen Chih

May 8, 2018


Filed under Eileen Chih, Lifestyles

Students submitted their creative works for Frontier’s writing contest throughout the month of March. The winner, Tyler Deuel, was announced on May 3 with his winning work “My Youth and My Now”. Co-Editor-in-Chief Kelly Fesler said that the Frontier writing contest first started as a way t...

JNHS volunteers at Cherry Blossom Festival

JNHS volunteers at Cherry Blossom Festival

By Eileen Chih

May 2, 2018


Filed under Eileen Chih, Lifestyles

JNHS members volunteered at the Cherry Blossom Festival held on April 28 and 29 and participated in spreading Japanese culture through a game and interaction with children. JNHS event coordinator Erin Tsai and secretary Kaitlyn Lee said the club attends the event every year. “It is a really ...

SNHS club members reach out to hospitalized children

April 2, 2018


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  Spanish Club / Spanish National Honor Society members came together last Saturday to make cards in Spanish for children in children's hospital. Spanish Club president, senior Ali Farinas said they make and send the cards in hopes of making the days better for the children on the receivi...

Students celebrate diversity through Multicultural Night

Students celebrate diversity through Multicultural Night

By Eileen Chih

February 15, 2018


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Various clubs of different backgrounds came together for Multicultural Night on Jan. 9 to share their heritage. Students experienced different ethnic and religious traditions by enjoying different exotic foods and engaging in activities hosted by the clubs. There were also performances from the dance ...

FNHS shows appreciation for teachers

By Eileen Chih

February 4, 2018


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FNHS officers and members arrived to school early on Jan. 29 for the Teacher Appreciation Crepe Breakfast to serve crepes and show their appreciation for teachers. Co-presidents Timothy Kim and Noa Khen said that the event was about appreciating teachers as well as promoting French culture. “I...

Choosing between the SAT and ACT

By Eileen Chih

November 6, 2017


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As college admissions draw closer, students must decide what kind of standardized test they want to take. Students have the option of taking the SAT or the ACT depending on what they prefer. The main difference between SAT and ACT is that ACT has a science section and has more questions with almo...

KSA prepares for blacklight rally

By Eileen Chih

November 6, 2017


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Korean Student Association (KSA) club officers and members are putting in a lot of effort for their upcoming dance performance at the Blacklight Rally. The Krew dance team has dance practices every Friday for about an hour and a half. Krew captain Jannie Zhong said she prepares for dance performa...

JNHS promotes Japanese culture

By Eileen Chih

October 13, 2017


Filed under Eileen Chih, Lifestyles

Japanese National Honor Society (JNHS)/Japanese Club is a club that provides much more than just community service. It opens up new opportunities for students to learn about a culture that it is very different from the American lifestyle. Japanese Club President Rebecca Zhu said that the club al...