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Netflix’s attempt at science fiction

Netflix’s attempt at science fiction

By Eden Pollitt, Senior Design Editor

February 3, 2019


Filed under Eden Pollitt, Entertainment, Movies, Showcase

If you haven’t already watched Bird Box you probably have heard about from social media. Memes about Sandra Bullock’s children, boy and girl, filled Instagram feeds and YouTubers began playing the “Bird Box” challenge. But is the movie worth the hype? In short, no. While I found Birdb...

Do it for the Culture: My on-again, off-again relationship with "The Bachelor"

Do it for the Culture: My on-again, off-again relationship with

By Katie Fung

January 7, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, Katie Fung, Showcase

I’m not supposed to like “The Bachelor.” Of that much, I’m aware. I have the list of bullet points in my head, reasons to hate the show. But I guess they don’t call reality TV a guilty pleasure for nothing. Because the thing is, I love “The Bachelor.” I love watching the limo ent...

Reinventing movie going

By Eden Pollitt, Senior Design Editor

January 6, 2019


Filed under Eden Pollitt, Entertainment, Movies, Showcase

oMvie-going is a common activity that has turned into a sort of tradition for my friend and I. We have begun to enjoy the experience of going to see something at least once a month, the way teens of the 1950s made going to a drive-in a frequent event. We have a set of rules to make the experience more personal...

Alumni share advice and regrets in aid of second semester seniors

By Andrea Boyn

December 18, 2018


Filed under Andrea Boyn, Lifestyles, Showcase

I In a few months, seniors will slip on caps and gowns, proudly walk across the stage as the band belts out Pomp and Circumstance and receive their high school diplomas. However, with all of the chaos and mayhem of college applications and meeting deadlines, this bitter sweet milestone can seem like a dist...

CSF Hosts biannual Blood Drive

CSF Hosts biannual Blood Drive

By Emily Choi and Alfonso Pitco III

December 14, 2018


Filed under Alfonso Pitco III, Emily Choi, Showcase

S tudents and staff came in and out of the Student Center at the end of November, donating blood for the biannual Stanford Blood Drive hosted by California Scholarship Federation. In order to participate, donors must be over sixteen and meet weight requirements in order to donate blood. CSF vice ...

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...