Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Karuna Chandran

Karuna Chandran, Managing Editor

Now a senior, Karuna is so excited to return once again to the paper, this year as the Managing Editor. She hopes to help staff members express themselves creatively through editing, while also watching every single person grow and flourish. Outside of the paper which makes up a significant, wonderful portion of her life, she is also an intern at the Los Altos Town Crier, works to learn and preserve the natural world through her work as a team lead at Sunrise Movement and hopes to continue making lifelong memories.

All content by Karuna Chandran
By realizing that the people who mattered would take the time to truly understand me, I was able to avoid focusing on arbitrary labels.

The Daydreamer

December 4, 2022

Girls Golf Retrospective

November 26, 2022
CHANGING OF SEASONS: From freshman to senior year, Lucas Pickles said he has improved tremendously, developing strong relationships with his team and coach.

A full circle journey

October 12, 2022
By realizing that the people who mattered would take the time to truly understand me, I was able to avoid focusing on arbitrary labels.

The Daydreamer

October 4, 2022
DISCOVERING MY PASSION: In order to be able to find out what mattered to me, I had to experiment and try new things.

The Daydreamer

May 30, 2022
Work in progress: The first class project was challenging to complete, but ultimately was a lesson in patience and self-control.

The Daydreamer

April 12, 2022

The Daydreamer

October 27, 2021
New clubs at HHS

New clubs at HHS

September 24, 2021
A Year With COVID-19

A Year With COVID-19

March 13, 2021
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