The Epitaph

Freshman and sophomore classes hold movie night

Freshman and sophomore classes hold movie night

By Emily Chung

March 28, 2019


Filed under NEWS

The officers of the classes of 2021 and 2022 hosted HHS’s  second movie night on March 22 in the field house, allowing students  to come watch “Incredibles 2” and enjoy Chipotle, T-pumps and other snacks. Each year the sophomore class and the freshman class host a Spring Fling event, and thi...

MUN East Bay Conference provides perspective

March 27, 2019


Filed under NEWS, Shruti Magesh

Model UN’s East Bay Conference, which took place from Dec 1-2, provides a plethora of opportunity to learn about various topics, for members of the club. The conference itself, discussed various topics related to the United Nations. “There a few committees which each talk about a differen...

Math Club nurtures appreciation for math through fun activities

Math Club nurtures appreciation for math through fun activities

March 27, 2019


Filed under NEWS, Shruti Magesh

M ath Club allows for the development of certain math skills and allows students to explore the branches of math through contests, guest speakers, college tournaments, and the continuous practice of exercising one’s brain. “Math Club is an exciting club where members get to explore the different...

The inner-workings of Speech and Debate

By Shruti Magesh

January 8, 2019


Filed under NEWS, Shruti Magesh

H HS Speech and Debate allows everyone to participate in tournaments, distinguishing levels of skill by the Junior Varsity and Varsity teams. Each competition is structured in a specific way and requires a specific skill set from the competitors. HHS Debate currently has two teams, Lincoln-Doug...

Model United Nations prepares members for upcoming conferences

By Shruti Magesh

January 8, 2019


Filed under NEWS, Shruti Magesh

H HS Model United Nations is a debate club, where each student competitor represents a delegate from a country and creates a resolution that addresses the respective country’s issue, after debate. Model United Nations values the skill of cooperation in its members, as it is crucial to be able to ...

Cancer Society impacts cancer awareness one step at a time

Cancer Society impacts cancer awareness one step at a time

By Katelynn Ngo

January 7, 2019


Filed under Katelynn Ngo, NEWS

H HS Cancer Society has been tirelessly preparing and planning for their annual 5K walk/run already, their biggest event of the year. They’ll be setting up a course in the stadium on the morning of Saturday, March 31st, and all people are welcome to come and join them to help raise money for cancer pati...

FPA labs and dissections, other events

FPA labs and dissections, other events

By Katelynn Ngo

January 7, 2019


Filed under Katelynn Ngo, NEWS

T he last time Future Physicians of America had a dissection during lunch was  in October, when they dissected a pig heart. In terms of what’s next, FPA is trying to put something together for December, although the specifics are to be announced. “We’re not completely sure [when the next diss...

Staff Christmas Party Photo Gallery

Staff Christmas Party Photo Gallery

By Eden Pollitt, Senior Design Editor

December 17, 2018


Filed under Eden Pollitt, LIFESTYLES, NEWS, Photos Galleries

Japanese culture celebrated with karaoke social at CHS

Japanese culture celebrated with karaoke social at CHS

By Dexter Tatsukawa

December 14, 2018


Filed under Dexter Tatsukawa, NEWS, Showcase

S ong filled CHS’s cafeteria this Nov. 30. The school hosted an annual karaoke social which featured performances of songs sung exclusively in Japanese by students and teachers. The event brought together students and teachers from all over the district to watch and compete in a friendly two-hour ...

Mayor Glenn Hendricks shows students relationship between government, economics

Mayor Glenn Hendricks shows students relationship between government, economics

By Steven Lefaive

December 13, 2018


Filed under NEWS, Showcase, Steven Lefaive

S unnyvale’s mayor, Glenn Hendricks, partnered with FBLA to deliver a presentation to students about the balance between politics and economics in the city of Sunnyvale. The mayor’s speech took place during lunch on Thursday, Nov. 15, American Enterprise Day, and was organized by Americ...

Police called in to resolve altercation on campus

By Renee Wang

November 20, 2018


Filed under NEWS, Renee Wang

This article was edited on Nov. 20 at 9:16 p.m. to clarify that the former student was in possession of prohibited items. Aformer student was found loitering in the quad area on Nov. 19, between 7:55 and 8 a.m. The man had come on campus to speak to a former teacher of his, assistant principal Jo...