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Cross country members socialize before a practice.

Running for friends and fun

By Annie Guo, Alicia Liste, and Nicole Kim October 7, 2023

Running countless miles under the blazing sun is not how most students would choose to spend their weekday afternoons. But for the select few that decided to join the cross country team, this tiring routine...

Students gather to watch cheer perform during welcome back week.

Senior walk-in moved to homecoming rally

By Saira Ahmed, Nicole Kim, and Rajiv Venkatesh October 6, 2023

The annual welcome back rally was not held this year, and was replaced by a welcome back week. The senior walk-in, usually part of the welcome back rally, will instead be held during the homecoming rally...

From enthusiastic performances and a beautiful venue to funny moments and fan reactions, “Bittersweet Daze” is a concert I will never forget.

Cavetown’s ‘Bittersweet Daze’ tour comes to Bay Area

By Saira Ahmed and Nicole Kim July 25, 2023

“Happy-sounding sad music,” the way indie-pop artist mxmtoon introduced her performance, initially felt like just a side comment. However, it perfectly encapsulates the bright, poppy sound and sad...

Varsity baseball players cheer after winning their senior night game on May 10.

Two home fields: club versus school baseball

By Nicole Kim and Nicole Pimenta Innecco May 22, 2023

For some, sports are a seasonal activity, but for others, sports are a full-time, year-long commitment. This holds especially true for club baseball players and coaches. Club baseball consists of traveling...

Marvel released WandaVision and Loki in 2021 following the events of “Avengers: End Game”. These shows found popularity, but their connection to the greater Marvel Cinematic Universe is as of now unclear. (Photo from Comic Book)

Welcome to the new saga: a misdirected Marvel Cinematic Universe

By Nicole Kim May 8, 2023

The year is 2018. Written in my calendar is “Avengers: Infinity War” on April 27. The anticipation and excitement I have for the movie is immeasurable, with over a decade of Marvel superheroes and...

Students gather on April 26 to shop at a thrift store full of clothes donated by other students.

A week of green

By Nicole Kim and Mackie Vu May 5, 2023

During the week following Earth Day, ASB hosted its first Earth week full of themed days and activities leading up to the Earth Day festival. Lasting from April 25-28, Earth week worked to promote sustainability...

With complimentary food provided, members watch AYM’s presentation during a Friday lunch.

Shedding light and building community

By Nicole Kim and Mackie Vu April 19, 2023

Sophomore Angelina Cuan said she first learned of Footprints Christian club through her older brother. She joined to build stronger relationships with fellow Christians.  Christianity helps her have...

The differences among us club hosts their Santa smoothie social to raise awareness for different disabilities and form bonds within the school community.

Sharing differences together

By Nicole Kim and Mackie Vu April 12, 2023

With over two thousand high schoolers, HHS has an incredibly diverse spectrum of students, all with different backgrounds, interests and aspirations. The differences among us club celebrates people with...

With a paintbrush in hand, participants paint the pot for the succulents they get to bring home and foster.

Building bridges between art, science

By Nicole Kim and Mackie Vu February 7, 2023

On a busy Friday afternoon, members from Greens Ops and National Art Honor Society assembled to paint pots for the succulents they will get to take home and take care of. The collaboration event between...

Pride club officers serve students who look to purchase baked goods such as cookies and cinnamon rolls.

Community for a cause

By Nicole Kim December 18, 2022

Gathering in the quad on a chilly Wednesday afternoon, groups of students arrived to support Pride club’s annual baked goods fundraiser for the Trevor Project. After planning the logistics of the event,...

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