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Homestead High School's student newspaper

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Unity’s recent actions have left most of their users unsatisfied with their corporate greed.

Unanimously concerned about Unity

By Parth Dhaulakhandi February 23, 2024

Often, people may not pay much attention to the work and effort that goes into a game, especially for smaller corporations that are already operating off a shoestring. So, when a major game development...

Due to the violent nature of “Mortal Kombat 1,” I feel uncertain about playing.

Lore not worth the gore

By Parth Dhaulakhandi October 7, 2023

“Fatality, Liu Kang wins.”  By the time I hear this, I do not care who won. Gore and violence have already ruined an otherwise perfect gameplay experience. “Mortal Kombat 1,” the newest...

Students participate in one of the government classes held at HHS.

Youth feel dispassionate, unheard in politics

Although today’s tense political climate may feel distant to high school students, junior Kaci Freeman said politics is a more important issue than many youth perceive.  Participating in politics...

FUHSD takes steps toward becoming greener as a district, superintendent Graham Clark said. (Photo from Stanley Kou)

FUHSD honored with state award for sustainability

By Parth Dhaulakhandi and Nathan Gu June 1, 2023

FUHSD received the silver Green Ribbon Schools award for energy efficiency on April 20. This award, superintendent Graham Clark said, has four levels, with green being the highest level. Clark said...

Sophomore, thrower Caleb Xiao said he enjoys the diversity of events within track and field.

Uncovering various track events

By Amber Birrell, Parth Dhaulakhandi, and Brian Ling May 11, 2023

Track and field is a popular sport with almost 60 participants, frosh-soph thrower Caleb Xiao said. Even though it is one sport, it encompasses many events, including long-distance running and throwing,...

Freshmen take on track and field

By Amber Birrell, Parth Dhaulakhandi, and Brian Ling May 2, 2023

  Track and Field Sports Beat MM by Parth Dhaulakhandi[/infographic]

Independent reading in lit/writ allows students to develop the skill of visualizing a story through words.

Booking time for independent reading

By Parth Dhaulakhandi April 26, 2023

I still cannot decide if it was the best of times or the worst of times. I refer to the ninth grade literature and writing class independent reading assignment, which has the potential to either be...

Board games or video games?

By Parth Dhaulakhandi and Patrick Hao April 21, 2023

  Top Games by Parth Dhaulakhandi[/infographic]

Softball players see team bonding as a way to improve their performance and enjoy their time on the team

Sweet satisfaction of softball

Ever since Sana Ranganathan was seven years old, softball has been a key part of her life. By age 10, the junior started playing competitively and she has been part of the HHS varsity softball team since...

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