Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Players from both the girls and boys golf team have to commute long distances for practices.

Accessibility and inclusivity for all

By Karuna Chandran, David Lin, and Gabriela Salazar November 28, 2022

HHS is home to a variety of sports and facilities for students to play on. There is a swimming pool, a football stadium and tennis courts. So why is there not an area for the boys and girl’s golf team...

By creating my own sustainable sense of style, I was able to improve my self-image and confidence.

A beginner’s guide to sustainable fashion

By Karuna Chandran October 28, 2022

Intro Trying to be a more sustainable consumer is a lofty goal. It often feels overwhelming, like there are just too many factors to keep track of at once. I decided that one of my primary areas of...

CHANGING OF SEASONS: From freshman to senior year, Lucas Pickles said he has improved tremendously, developing strong relationships with his team and coach.

A full circle journey

By Karuna Chandran October 12, 2022

Sports are an integral part of many high schooler’s lives, with every season marking a new beginning. Senior, water polo captain Lucas Pickles has been a part of the team since his freshman year when...

Junior year was one of ups and downs, but through it I learned more about myself and how to be confident and collected in my own abilities.

The Daydreamer

By Karuna Chandran October 4, 2022

Dear juniors,  Last year was a wild ride. I cannot summarize the junior year experience in its entirety, but it was one that I was deeply immersed in through the highs and lows.  My mantra for...

DISCOVERING MY PASSION: In order to be able to find out what mattered to me, I had to experiment and try new things.

The Daydreamer

By Karuna Chandran May 30, 2022

Finding a true life passion is not an easily achievable task. It is also not one that immediately came to me.  I have always been a relentless planner, wanting everything in my life to either be resolved...

THREE YEAR JOURNEY: Bride said the main challenges with jumping events are taking the drills they work on in practice and putting them together in competition.

Leaping towards success

By Karuna Chandran and Lia Klebanov May 29, 2022

As the track and field season comes to a close for track athlete, senior Mathilde Bride, Bride said the season has been a three year journey in the making. Her primary events are the jumping events, including...

Work in progress: The first class project was challenging to complete, but ultimately was a lesson in patience and self-control.

The Daydreamer

By Karuna Chandran April 12, 2022

While stepping into the Art 1 classroom on the first day of school, it took a second for me to take in my surroundings. The wonderful chaos of it all and me right in the center. I did not know quite what...

Sustainable steps can help save the environment

The 3 R’s: reduce, reuse, recycle. A longstanding eco-phrase applicable to almost everything. Instead of driving, walk to the store to reduce your carbon footprint. Reuse those old cardboard boxes. And...

MEANING BEHIND NAME: In this column, I discuss the meaning behind the Daydreamer and what the name has taught me.

The Daydreamer

January 27, 2022

As far as column names go, The Daydreamer is probably as perfect as it gets for me. I have always been that kid with my head in the clouds. When I was supposed to be paying attention to long division,...

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