The Epitaph

From my POV: Dear quiet people

By Hana Baig

May 30, 2019

Filed under From My P.O.V., Hana Baig, LIFESTYLES

Quiet people are quiet for different reasons. Some people suffer from anxiety that lead to their unconsented stifled voice. Some simply may not desire to talk. Others are somewhere in between, a blend of factors defining their quietness — the quiet being a part of their nature. My quietness fal...

Sports Soundbites: Girls Softball Recap

By Hana Baig

April 3, 2019

Filed under Hana Baig, MULTIMEDIA, SPORTS, Spring Sports, Videos

Social media, not so social

By Hana Baig

February 1, 2019

Filed under Hana Baig, OPINION

A few years ago, I had my smartphone stolen. Never mind the story of how — the consequences are what affected me. I had fallen sick the same day, and I had no phone. No social media, no method of communication. There were only long hours of lying in bed, wondering what I could possibly do through...

Drum major Shani Zuniga doesn’t only conduct

Drum major Shani Zuniga doesn’t only conduct

By Hana Baig

November 28, 2018

Filed under Hana Baig, LIFESTYLES

"I t’s a lot more than just waving your arms, which is what a lot of people think it is.” From clarinetist to drum major to head student leader of the marching band, senior Shani Zuniga has gone through many musical transitions that she can’t help but grin and gush about with passion. Zun...

Troye Sivan makes another album bloom

Troye Sivan makes another album bloom

By Hana Baig

September 7, 2018

Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, Hana Baig, Music

After his first album debut of “Blue Neighborhood” in 2015, Australian artist Troye Sivan released the highly anticipated second album, “Bloom,” this year, returning with his unique sound of slow, emotional modern pop. As a part of the LGBT community, Sivan started off his music career with hi...

Special Episode: Singing Valentines

March 7, 2018

Filed under Andrea Boyn, Hana Baig, MULTIMEDIA, Riley Anderson, Videos