Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Triggers Within Media

By Gaby Cristancho November 10, 2021

“TW// s3lf [email protected],"” “TW// [email protected] @[email protected],” “TW// ED,” and “TW// g0r3,” are all examples of the trigger warnings I have seen in videos containing sensitive topics. According to the National...

LSU creating a club of inclusivity

LSU creating a club of inclusivity

When you walk into the Latinx Student Union (LSU), you can always feel the positive energy around the room and see all the different students from different cultural backgrounds come together. Students...

STARTUP CLUB PRESIDENT: Sohum Phadke is the president of Homestead’s startup club.

Startups: junior give insight on first steps.

By Niyatee Jain September 30, 2021

Silicon Valley is known for its lucrative tech industry and numerous new companies across the area. With new ideas emerging every day, Junior Sohum Phadke helps students navigate the startup industry while...

Influencers are not responsible for speaking on behalf of social injustices

Influencers are not responsible for speaking on behalf of social injustices

By Yukari E. Zapata September 24, 2021

Over the past few years, I’ve noticed the rates of “cancelled” influencers spike dramatically. While some of the reasons for cancellation are understandable, some other reasons are just ridiculous...

Freshmen on HHS sports

By Ariana Tejeda Moreno and Hope Saena May 29, 2021

With almost an entire year of virtual learning, freshmen have barely gotten a taste of the in-person high school experience. Sports allowed some freshmen to feel closer to HHS while others were expecting...

A different celebration during an unusual time

By Jack Xu May 10, 2021

Whenever people talk about the holiday season, the most common festivals referenced are celebrations such as Christmas or Thanksgiving, but right around the corner, as another year goes by, Lunar New Year...

The Homestead Food Pantry distributed care packages including food and other necessities to 120 families on Oct. 14.

ASB, PTSA join forces to create Homestead Food Pantry

By Ritaja Subrahmanya October 21, 2020

Despite COVID-19, the Homestead Food Pantry, a partnership between ASB and the Homestead PTSA, held  their first food drive on Sept. 30. The group started planning the service in mid September, IDC Representative...

The video of Arbery’s shooting bears a striking resemblance to lynching photography, since both were not taken to protest violence, but rather to celebrate it.

Being black should not be a death sentence

By Macy Li May 31, 2020

For years, black citizens in the United States have faced countless racist attacks from white people. Today, this abuse towards black civilians has rapidly gained attention and sparked nationwide outrage....

JV soccer imparts life skills of leadership, collaboration

JV soccer imparts life skills of leadership, collaboration

Although girls soccer teaches players about various drills and techniques, it also imparts other crucial life skills and lessons.  Sophomore Kimberly Capio said she has been playing soccer for around...

Golf team experiences growth on, off course

Golf team experiences growth on, off course

By Renee Wang November 26, 2019

The girls varsity golf team ended their season with four wins, two ties and nine losses in the El Camino Division of SCVAL.  “Our overall record didn’t show the growth that we had on the course,”...

Samrudh Shenoy (11) and Lior Kishinevsky (12) focus on solving Rubik’s Cubes and compete for the shortest solve time.

Cubing competition allows students to test skills

By Allen Zhang November 19, 2019

Cubing Club held its first competition, allowing students to experience a competitive atmosphere and to test their cubing skills against others.  During the competition, held on Nov. 8 after school,...

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