Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Homestead High School's student newspaper

The Epitaph

Senior, co-software lead Justin Hwang said the team’s 9-1 record in qualifying rounds gave them the right to choose the other teams in their alliances, groups of three teams that compete together. HHS’ position as alliance leader makes its historic victory even more impressive, Hwang said.

Robotics brings home the win

By David Lin and Rajiv Venkatesh December 13, 2022

As the final scores of the three-day CalGames robotics competition were announced on Oct. 9, HHS robotics stampeded down the bleachers to receive their trophy. Team members screamed and embraced each other...

BEST FOOT FORWARD: Lu said the team is off to a good start, completing a base for the robot, as well as holding workshops and an open house event.

Rejuvenating the robotics team

By Rajiv Venkatesh, David Lin, and Brian Ling October 7, 2022

When senior Roopa Srinivas first joined robotics, she was asked why she was dedicating so much of her time to the club. When many students think of robotics, she said, they think of a “nerdy” STEM...

Robotics completion for scoring points by shooting ball to basket

HHS’s Robotics Team looks forward to a new year in-person

By Zeinab Rakhshandehroo and Jack Xu October 1, 2021

The Bay Area is being taken over by STEM. In today’s modern world, STEM fields such as engineering and technology are developing rapidly with significant advances made every day. Due to it’s versatility,...

Although many clubs are struggling with the number of members attending their meeting, the robotics club is satisfied and happy with their turnout.

Robotics club: still thriving during distance learning

By Evelyn Solis November 20, 2020

In a typical year, the robotics team would have held business and mechanical programming workshops as well as a recap competition in the first semester, while in the second semester they would begin the...

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