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Drake leaves his mark at Oracle Arena

Drake leaves his mark at Oracle Arena

Marley Fernandes, Staff Writer
September 16, 2016
Filed under A&E, Online Exclusive, Showcase

Drizzy Drake shook the Bay Area with his Summer Sixteen Tour last Tuesday, September 13. As much as fans appreciated the opening acts, Roy Woods and DVSN, they were focused on their headliner. The lights shut off, and Drake’s into to the song “Summer Sixteen” filled the arena. Fireworks crac... Read more »

MTV’s VMAs Red Carpet is full of risks

MTV’s VMAs Red Carpet is full of risks

Nicole Tan, Staff Writer
September 2, 2016
Filed under A&E, Online Exclusive, Showcase

Last Saturday in New York City, your favorite artists and musicians gathered together for the 33rd annual MTV Video Music Awards.  Not only is the VMAs one of the most iconic and controversial nights in music, it’s a highly anticipated night in fashion, and this year was not one to disappoint.   ... Read more »

X-Men Apocalypse is a showstopper

X-Men Apocalypse is a showstopper

Kaitlyn Martin, Staff Writer
June 5, 2016
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'X-Men: Apocalypse" is the third in a series of "X-Men" prequel movies that go back in time and show how so many characters became the way they are in the sequel movies. Where the last film left off, Xavier had surrendered his ability to walk for the greater good and to accept his fate as leader of ... Read more »

Tribute to Deceased Entertainers

Verona Pichler, Staff Writer
June 3, 2016
Filed under Online Exclusive

In 2016, the public has seen the tragic deaths of very noteworthy entertainers. David Bowie, singer-songwriter, died on January 10, 2016. He died at the age of 69 due to cancer. He is known and missed for his great music and “out there” attitude. David Bowie was comfortable with his open bisexu... Read more »

In fair Vegas, a theatrical hit

Emma Hall, Staff Writer
May 5, 2016
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Laura Woods’s rendition of the renowned love story, “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare, proved itself to be righteous and entertaining. But it was a tad bit away from reaching perfection. Before the play started, sophomore Jordan Limesand and junior Laura Augustinsky were setting th... Read more »

‘Zootopia’ Review

Kaitlyn Martin, Staff Writer
March 31, 2016
Filed under A&E, Online Exclusive

It has been a long time since Disney has made a movie that has truly captivated an audience both young and old. The film “Zootopia” has made itself one of those movies that people remember for years to come. Released March 4, the animated film stars red fox Nick Wilde (voiced by Jason Bateman) ... Read more »

World’s Finest Review

Kaitlyn Martin, Staff Writer
March 29, 2016
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Two worlds literally collided on Monday during the “Supergirl”’ and “The Flash” crossover hour-long special titled “Worlds Finest” on CBS. During this phenomenal television event, Barry Allen, aka The Flash (Grant Gustin) loses control of his ability to travel through the multiverse ... Read more »

District Danceathon for a Cause

Saif Khan, Staff Writer
January 29, 2016
Filed under News, Online Exclusive

Leadership is organizing a districtwide, ‘Danceathon’ fundraiser  that will take place on Saturday at the Cal-High event center. All proceeds from the dance will be donated in full to the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland (UCSF CHO). The event was thought of and planned by junior Drew Mccarthy who... Read more »

Thoughts at the Halfway Point

Kyle Tucker, Sports Editor
January 27, 2016
Filed under Online Exclusive, Sports

The defending world champions started their season hot, almost like the 2014-2015 season never ended, as they began the season 24-0.   This was due to Stephen Curry’s dazzling play as he averaged 32.1 points per game, making 78 of 181 attempted three pointers, for a three point percentage of 43... Read more »

Lousy Officiating a Common Sight in the NFL

Brendan Ogburn, Staff Writer
December 3, 2015
Filed under Online Exclusive, Sports

  As the 2015 NFL season approaches it’s final quarter, it’s safe to say that officiating has officially hit rock bottom. On the heels of a weekend ridden with botched calls and constant backlash from players and coaches, the NFL and its officiating department are left looking for answers. O... Read more »

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