The sun was shining and a cool breeze whipped through Averil’s long, red hair as she and Sarah made their way through the local park. Sarah was chattering on aimlessly about flowers and clouds and kitten whiskers, but Averil knew well enough to ignore her. It was her nerves speaking, after all; today was the [...]
Photographer Karen Wang takes you to the Intermediate/Ivesia Dance Concert held Thursday, March 24th in the auditorium.
by Mozelle Weine and Sandra Casillas Over the years the campus of Rincon and University High Schools has undergone some changes: from trees being taken down to adding the amphitheater building, these developments have had both positive and negative effects on our community. While these efforts have not gone unappreciated, many still feel the need to [...]
For as long as I can remember, my dad has told me that on my 17th birthday he would take me to the Red Cross and I would donate blood for the first time. I can still remember the simultaneous delight and apprehension of my 6 year old self as I contemplated not only being [...]
Potlucks are important. In the early-16th-century-England-entymology sense, potlucks provided essential food for an unexpected guest, the “luck of the pot.” It was only recently in the 19th century did “potluck” take on its traditional meaning of guests bringing a dish to contribute to the communal mean. Food is necessary for survival. Potlucks are defined by [...]
Food is nice. Recipes from the kitchen of Katie Marascio Imagine that you could drink Christmas—I don’t know of anything that would be more delicious. Well you don’t have to imagine any longer, because Christmas is exactly what a chai tea latte tastes like. And, this recipe is tastier, cheaper, and almost easier than getting [...]
I will admit that I was very nervous on the days leading up to Sam Webb, the leader of the Commumist Party’s presentation. Despite being liberal, I was unsure as to what to expect. All my life I had been warned of the horrors of Communism; told that Communists were radicals bent on the destruction [...]
What to listen to: Lights-Ellie Goulding: I’ve loved Ellie Goulding for a long time now. It never occurred to me to review her, but since this song has been on repeat on my ipod lately, I decided she deserved her day in this column. Ellie Goulding is a British singer who released her first album [...]
Members of the UHS Science Club, with chaperones, pose for a picture before travelling to Seattle and San Francisco.
The ground begins to shake Could it be an earthquake? Could it be a rumbling jet? Could it be a military threat? Then a needle writing Moves back and forth with no subsiding After this event The Japanese knew what the shaking meant They knew the cause of the shaking An earthquake and a [...]