Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Self-care

Self-care

By Madhavi Karthik and Lia Klebanov March 16, 2021

Students alleviate struggles during pandemic through art, self-care During the pandemic, many have struggled with their mental health and with learning how to cope with new challenges. According to the...

Course Selection gets new spin to accommodate distance learning

Course Selection gets new spin to accommodate distance learning

By Bobby Gorelick and Lia Klebanov March 14, 2021

Around every February, students must make decisions on their courses for the next school year. Due to distance learning, the guidance team had to adapt to the new circumstances and create an alternative...

A Year With COVID-19

A Year With COVID-19

Click here to see the full story! One year ago today, HHS students received an email stating that schools were going to be closed for the next three weeks. Thoughts of having an unexpected...

The new season is filled with excitement and three strong female leads dominating the screen.

‘The Crown:’ reputation ruiner or entertainment

By Lia Klebanov January 18, 2021

As a fascinating drama that lets the public have a fictionalized look at what actually happened behind closed palace doors, season four of “The Crown” does not disappoint. The Netflix original premiered...

Celebrating winter holidays around the world

Celebrating winter holidays around the world

By Lia Klebanov January 13, 2021

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New teachers, administrators join HHS staff

New teachers, administrators join HHS staff

By Lia Klebanov and Erin Loh November 16, 2020

Liz Angel From activities to athletics, to communication and technology and finally to AP exams and leadership, AP Secretary Lizbeth Angel is always juggling a wide variety of tasks.  Angel, a new...

Schools in countries like England, France, Israel, Japan, and the United States have been forced to adapt to the situation at hand.

Learning during COVID-19

By Lia Klebanov November 16, 2020

The ongoing pandemic has affected Bay Area schools in many ways, but it has also altered the education of students living in other parts of the world. Osnat Ziv is attending an in-person school in Leeds,...

Virtual aloha rally 2020: student, leadership reactions

Virtual aloha rally 2020: student, leadership reactions

Students eagerly looked forward to their first virtual rally and all were pleasantly surprised with how well it turned out. Listen to their expectations and highlights of the rally, as well as the behind...

First virtual rally broadcasted to enhance school spirit

First virtual rally broadcasted to enhance school spirit

By Naomi Baron, Lia Klebanov, Mae Richardson, and Ariana Tejeda Moreno September 28, 2020

As distance learning continues, ASB is working to keep the Mustang spirit alive through virtual rallies.  The first rally of the school year took place September 16 during the advisory period through...

Summer travel is almost at a standstill, as the world is dealing with a global-scale pandemic.

Adapting to a new type of summer vacation

By Karuna Chandran and Lia Klebanov June 30, 2020

COVID-19 has caused many students to completely change their initial summer plans. To adapt to the situation at hand, several programs popular with high school students have shifted online. Sophomore...

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