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Baseball coaches Joseph Perez, Travis Sunseri and Dylan Remahl (from left to right) address the varsity team after their first scrimmage of the season on Feb. 13. The new coaches have worked with the players individually on how they can be more efficient with our movements, pitcher and first baseman Nate Enders said.

New assistant coach duo refreshes varsity baseball team

By Sanah Arya, Alicia Liste, and Evelyn Wang February 23, 2024

Two new assistant coaches, Dylan Remahl and Joseph Perez, joined head coach Travis Sunseri in coaching the boys varsity baseball team early in the fall season, following the exit of two former coaches. Perez,...

News in a minute

News in a minute

By Evelyn Wang December 16, 2023

Local: Assembly bill allows six California cities to install speed cameras Assembly bill  645, introduced by representative Laura Friedman, will allow San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland and three Southern...

Freshman Hope Yin said a factor that motivates her to play basketball is competing with her older sisters.

Exceeding the standard

By Annie Guo, Parker Lin, and Evelyn Wang December 11, 2023

While it is not the norm for freshmen to make it onto the varsity girls' basketball team, freshman and point guard Hope Yin is an exception to this pattern. In the past five years, only one other freshman...

Varsity girls water polo wins 10-5 against Santa Clara.

Girls water polo dives into new opportunities in lower league

By Elena Shim, Evelyn Wang, and Demi Yau September 25, 2023

Varsity girls water polo moved from the upper league, De Anza, to lower league, El Camino, this year. This has been a huge transition for the team, captain Julia Lohman said.  Lohman, a junior, said...

Principal Greg Giglio said affirmative action effects will depend on where students are applying to in a panel interview.

From the Supreme Court to FUHSD: affirmative action affects applications

Affirmative action — a policy made in an effort to increase diversity on college campuses, college and career adviser Shay Bellamy said — was ruled out by the Supreme Court on June 29. Bellamy said...

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...

Sapnay contains performances from the five Indopak teams, a teacher dance and an officer team dance, so many parents and students come to watch, Indopak co-president, junior Nitya Peumans said.

Behind the scenes of Indopak’s dance showcase

By Brian Ling and Evelyn Wang May 25, 2023

On May 20, Indopak hosted its annual showcase, Sapnay, where dance teams around the Bay Area gathered in the large gym to showcase their culture and work from the past year, Indopak treasurer Vidushi Goyal...

Leadership played a key role in the varsity badminton season, varsity badminton captain, girls singles one Jenny Lyu said. (Photo courtesy of Jenny Lyu)

Leadership propels success

By Anderson Picone, Mackie Vu, and Evelyn Wang May 19, 2023

This past season, the varsity badminton team placed at the top of the league, with members performing extremely well in their games, varsity badminton captain, girls singles one Jenny Lyu said. Lyu,...

Indopak’s classical team performs on the quad stage during multicultural week.

Increasing cultural diversity through dancing

By Brian Ling and Evelyn Wang May 1, 2023

From introducing novel styles of dance to building relationships, co-president of Indopak, senior Roopa Srinivas said the club aims to spread awareness about Indian and Pakistani cultures. “We...

Despite their differences, Puss and Kitty Softpaws are able to rekindle their relationship, revealing the importance of friendship.

Finding inspiration in unexpected places

By Evelyn Wang March 22, 2023

Although it may seem like a childish animated movie at first glance, “Puss in Boots: The Last Wish,” the sequel to the 2011 movie “Puss in Boots,” dives into a wide array of meaningful topics....

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