Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

TV shows and channels from Disney to CBS have had a profound impact on my upbringing and have changed the way I view the world.

Childhood media across cultures

By Sanah Arya April 24, 2024

Every day as I walked home from school, the only thought on my mind was catching up with the next episodes of my favorite TV shows. Whether it was “Phineas and Ferb” or “Chotta Bheem,” TV has always...

Gymnast Luna Cheng (right) assists gymnast Katy Pan (left) with flexibility. Cheng said club gymnastics routines and practices tend to be more strict than school gymnastics.

Balancing two worlds of club and school gymnastics

By Sanah Arya, Mackie Vu, and Evelyn Wang April 19, 2024

With several of the school’s gymnastic team members participating in both club and HHS gymnastics simultaneously, they have had to learn how to adjust to the differences between the two, sophomore Luna...

Baseball coaches Joseph Perez, Travis Sunseri and Dylan Remahl (from left to right) address the varsity team after their first scrimmage of the season on Feb. 13. The new coaches have worked with the players individually on how they can be more efficient with our movements, pitcher and first baseman Nate Enders said.

New assistant coach duo refreshes varsity baseball team

By Sanah Arya, Alicia Liste, and Evelyn Wang February 23, 2024

Two new assistant coaches, Dylan Remahl and Joseph Perez, joined head coach Travis Sunseri in coaching the boys varsity baseball team early in the fall season, following the exit of two former coaches. Perez,...

Children and parents interact with various club booths at the STEM night.

Inspiring youth in STEM fields

By Sanah Arya February 18, 2024

Science National Honors Society hosts its sixth annual STEM night on Feb. 9. The event was geared towards educating local elementary and middle schoolers about STEM fields, as well as related clubs via...

Shooting guard Vedhika Medampalli said new varsity coach Megan Fong accounts for every player’s strengths, ensuring the team can play to the best of their abilities.

First-year varsity coach reflects on new position

By Sanah Arya, Lindsey Steel, and Veronica Zhao February 9, 2024

The start of the winter sports season was the beginning of coach Megan Fong’s journey in mentoring girls varsity basketball. Although she coached the JV team in previous years, it is Fong’s first year...

Co-vice president Advait Kulkarni explains how to maximize profit on monopoly graphs.

Economics beyond the classroom

By Sanah Arya February 9, 2024

HHS has no shortage of AP courses, ranging from chemistry to government. One course missing from this broad selection is AP economics, social studies teacher Christy Heaton said, but students may self-study...

Psychology club meets for their biweekly general meeting and plays a trivia game.

Clubs drive passion for medicine, wellness among students

By Sanah Arya November 3, 2023

With various science and health clubs on campus, students have the opportunity to develop deeper interests in medicine, wellness and research, Future Physicians of America treasurer Mika Cohen said. Out...

FBLA officers and members gather for a group picture at the CS project focus meeting and discuss upcoming conference events.

FBLA conference offers valuable insight

By Sanah Arya and Danielle Feldsher October 31, 2023

Kicking off the beginning of a new season, Future Business Leaders of America officers attended the Leadership Development Institute from Oct. 20-22.  Several officer teams attended a series of activities...

Falling for fall

Falling for fall

By Sanah Arya and Danielle Feldsher October 26, 2023


FBLA officer team announces competition information at their second general meeting.

Back in business

By Sanah Arya and Ella Chan October 1, 2023

FBLA officers and club members are preparing to embark on a season filled with innovation through a series of engaging retreats and meetings, Adhikari said.  At retreats, club officers make presentations...

Principal Greg Giglio said affirmative action effects will depend on where students are applying to in a panel interview.

From the Supreme Court to FUHSD: affirmative action affects applications

Affirmative action — a policy made in an effort to increase diversity on college campuses, college and career adviser Shay Bellamy said — was ruled out by the Supreme Court on June 29. Bellamy said...

Load More Stories