Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Science for Change officers create a replica of HHS’ campus

STEM Night will be held on an interactive online platform

By Evelyn Solis March 25, 2021

Club officers of science for change will be holding the annual STEM Night on March 30 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. through the online platform Gather Town, to uphold this club tradition, despite the virtual medium....

Science for Change wants to emphasize the importance of community service during the pandemic

Science for Change members create 1000 paper cranes project

By Evelyn Solis December 6, 2020

Co-presidents of Science for Change Kiarra Ning and Steven Lefaive started the "1000 Paper Crane Project" as an asynchronous community service event. The project, Ning said, is inspired by the non-fiction...

Although many clubs are struggling with the number of members attending their meeting, the robotics club is satisfied and happy with their turnout.

Robotics club: still thriving during distance learning

By Evelyn Solis November 20, 2020

In a typical year, the robotics team would have held business and mechanical programming workshops as well as a recap competition in the first semester, while in the second semester they would begin the...

Netflix tries and fails to create an accurate adaptation for the character of Nurse Ratched

‘Ratched,’ the adaptation we did not need

By Evelyn Solis October 29, 2020

Developed by Ryan Murphy and starring the incredible actress, Sarah Paulson, “Ratched,” a Netflix show that was released Sept. 18, was created as a backstory for Mildred Ratched, the antagonist of...

History textbooks need to make more of an effort to address topics like slavery in all perspectives – not just make it seem like Americans are in the right.

Whitewashing American history: textbooks reflect neglect toward slavery

By Shreya Partha and Evelyn Solis October 12, 2020

The Civil War is a pivotal unit in every U.S. history class. The discussion about the divided North and South spurs riveting conversations and debates. But the information we are taught is only surface...

Community: a conversation on anti-racism

Community: a conversation on anti-racism

By Bobby Gorelick , Evelyn Solis October 8, 2020

Two students -- senior Lotus Taylor and sophomore Noga Aloni -- passionate about anti-racism work speak their thoughts on Homestead’s new anti-racism modules and their opinions about racism. Hear more...

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