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Indopak tryouts for prospective dancers make modifications

By Claire Torii

October 27, 2018

Filed under Claire Torii, News

The Indian dance team and club, Indopak, has recently amended the try-out process to ensure better time commitments from members, as well as promote inclusivity according to club Officer and sophomore Saniya Kotwal. The first change to the try-out process was requiring those who tried out to sign contr...

FUHSD launches new school websites

FUHSD launches new school websites

By Aishwarya Jayadeep

September 7, 2018

Filed under Aishwarya Jayadeep, News

The FUHSD website and the websites of all schools in-district relaunched Friday, featuring a modernized layout and changes to site navigation to “improve user experience,” according to a letter sent through SchoolLoop. “Appearance was definitely a part of [the decision to update the site], but...

FBLA takes first place at NLC

 FBLA takes first place at NLC

By Shruti Magesh and Katelynn Ngo

September 1, 2018

Filed under Katelynn Ngo, News, Shruti Magesh

HHS Future Business Leaders of America, or FBLA, received top national ranking at the 2018 National Leadership Conference, or NLC.   Comprehensively, HHS FBLA earned 144 points, with North View High School trailing behind 123 points, according to a press release issued by the club.  ...

The Class of 2018 Commencement Ceremony

The Class of 2018 Commencement Ceremony

By Brandon Welty

June 2, 2018

Filed under Brandon Welty, Multimedia, News

"If you're sick and tired of the world, turn around and lead it!" After four years of hard work and determination, the class of 2018 graduated this Thursday, May 31. Over 600 students in attendance received their diplomas. Congratulations, class of 2018! Senior Class President Jacob Jiao deliver...

Fwd:Love spreads positivity before finals

Fwd:Love spreads positivity before finals

By Gianella Ordonez and Katie Fung

May 28, 2018

Filed under Gianella Ordonez, Katie Fung, News

With finals week approaching, fwd:Love continued their semi-annual event, Bags of Love, in which officers pass out care packages filled with stress relief items such as candy and bubbles to students. Fwd:Love has noticed how stressful finals week can be and uses this event to help their peers c...

HHS clubs host Green Fair to inform about sustainability

HHS clubs host Green Fair to inform about sustainability

By Jacqueline Beaufore and Laurel Schmidt

May 21, 2018

Filed under Jacqueline Beaufore, Laurel Schmidt, News

T he HHS Green Ops and Key clubs hosted a Green Fair on Friday, April 17 to celebrate Green Week after Earth Day. This is the first time that Green Fair has been an event held at HHS. In previous years, Green Ops hosted guest speakers to discuss environmental issues. “[The purpose is] to te...

TEDx host first official conference

TEDx host first official conference

April 23, 2018

Filed under Gianella Ordonez, News, Nicole Fuller

T EDx Club hosted its first conference in two years last Friday. The on-campus club shows TED talks, discusses current events and encourages many students to share their perspectives on certain events or ideas.   Friday’s event welcomed six student and three adult speakers, all presenting on per...

Former WEA officer speaks about abusive relationships

By Batool Al-Jabiry

March 23, 2018

Filed under Batool Al-Jabiry, News

Women's Empowerment Ambassadors (WEA) hosted a meeting at lunch on Thursday, March 15 with a former club officer, Tingyee Chang. Chang is a junior at the University of Southern California and is currently studying public policy. She chose to discuss this topic, she said, because of a roommate who had recently got...

Movie night makes debut

March 21, 2018

Filed under Aarya Gupta, News

The class of 2021 and 2020 class officers hosted the school’s first ever Movie Night on March 9. “We wanted to boost school spirit before Battle of the Classes (BOTC) and create a fun event that wasn’t a dance because we already have so many dances,” sophomore secretary Sophia Chen said. Th...

Students march to protest gun violence at nationwide walkout

Students march to protest gun violence at nationwide walkout

By Harley Anderson and Renee Wang

March 18, 2018

Filed under Harley Anderson, News, Renee Wang

"Something needs to be done,” sophomore Ellora Lasker said. Lasker was one of many students who participated in the National School Walkout in the wake of the recurring mass shootings. The nationwide protest, with goals to invoke change in the current gun laws, was slated to last 17 minutes...

Choir receives perfect score at CMEA

By Riley Anderson

March 17, 2018

Filed under News, Riley Anderson

O n March 10 HHS Choir performed at the California State Music Association (CMEA) festival hosted at Saratoga High School. The group achieved the highest possible scoring of unanimous superior. A unanimous superior is when all three of the judges give the performance a perfect score, Senior Iv...

New off-campus club addresses diversity in books

By Leiyonee Bose

March 16, 2018

Filed under Leiyonee Bose, News

J unior Jane Andrews has recently started a new club off-campus called DiversiTea. The club was created to address how books today should be more diverse. DiversiTea is a book club that meets in the Cupertino public library and is open for all to join. It is not affiliated with the school, Andrews said...