Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Athletes face uncertainty as new bell schedule cuts into practice time

With the new California mandate pushing back high school start times across the state, many student athletes are uncertain about its effects on their games, practice and academics. HHS tries to work...

A new beginning, a bittersweet end

A new beginning, a bittersweet end

Mirabelle Brathwaite:  Just a few months ago, freshman Mirabelle Brathwaite stood along with the rest of her class in front of staff and family, graduating from Sunnyvale Middle School. Fast forward...

THE OTHER SIDE: Junior Coline Gingembre said she directed her first production, “Lockdown”, after being an actor in several plays.

From newcomer to director

By Saira Ahmed May 31, 2022

Lights are on and actors are running around, but for once, she is not one of them. She is on the other side, directing every movement and line to create the perfect production.  Junior Coline Gingembre...

Raymond Rants

By raymond ranbhise April 5, 2022

The Seattle Seahawks are dead. After an abysmal 7-10 season, the Seahawks traded away star Quarterback Russell Wilson in a blockbuster trade for the 9th overall pick, the 40th overall pick, a 2022 fifth...

President Kaleb Kim discusses love of bicycling, plans to expand biking community.

Bicycle club goes off to new heights

By Gaby Cristancho March 25, 2022

Whether it is for enjoyment or for lessening pollution production, biking is a great sport. Not only can you bike by yourself but it is fun with friends as you are able to travel to a bunch of different...

DELAY IN CONSTRUCTION: progress has slowed due to changes and lack of staff.

A building construction delays

By Leila Salam February 15, 2022

A building construction is now set to finish later than its original timeline of May as a result of COVID-19 regulations and additional changes after inspections. However, the move-in dates have not changed....

To love or not to love

By Anushruti Nagarajan and Keshav Kumar January 26, 2022

Take any teenage movie: “Twilight,” “Five Feet Apart,” “The Edge of Seventeen.” They all have one thing in common– love. Romantic relationships are every high schooler’s dream, according...

Cross country, track and everything in between

By Erin Loh and Ashley Orozco Plata December 17, 2021

After completing the fall season of cross country, athletes are preparing for the track and field season by engaging in lighter training, sophomore Caleb Leung said. Despite the first meet being held Feb....

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