September 25, 2018

An amazing year for the wrestling team -

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

My Experience at the Women’s March -

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

El Regreso Del Racismo -

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Parkland Shooting -

Friday, March 2, 2018

California Flu Crisis -

Friday, March 2, 2018

‘Rapping’ Up the Grammy Awards -

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

¿Cuál Será el Futuro de DACA? -

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

Marcus Peters traded to the Rams -

Wednesday, February 28, 2018

2018 Upcoming Movies -

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Instagram-Worthy Desserts of San Francisco -

Monday, February 26, 2018

Upcoming Season of Baseball -

Monday, February 26, 2018

Black History Month -

Saturday, February 24, 2018

The Black Panther Review -

Friday, February 23, 2018

The Destructive Culture of Social Media -

Friday, February 23, 2018

Badminton season launches into action! -

Friday, February 23, 2018

LimeBike Takes Over! -

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

All Star Weekend Highlights -

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Chinese New Year Brought to SMHS -

Wednesday, February 21, 2018

San Mateo Volleyball Season Kicks Off -

Friday, February 16, 2018

The Van Jones Show:Jay-Z -

Friday, February 16, 2018

The Ultimate Decision: Are iPhones or Androids Better?

With the new iPhone 7 just released, people are abuzz with the long-asked question: “Which is better, iPhone or Android?” Let’s start off with the basics. IPhones run on iOS, while Android phones run on, of course, Android (the latest version is Android 7.0 Nougat). Android phones focus on Google’s applications, such as Gmail, Google Search, Google Play and others. Apple has its own set of applications, including iTunes, Safari, Maps and more. While Google Play is as well-known as Apple’s App Store, it often features apps later. “It’s not nearly as bad as it used to be, but developers…

We Out Here Tryna f(x) with Tablets

This coming month, all eyes will be on the lucky students that will be getting tablets to use in math class. Ms. Hwang’s AP Calculus BC and Integrated 1-2 classes will be sharing a set of 35 hybrid tablets with Ms. Cintas’s Integrated 1-2 classes. The tablets have already started arriving, and will be distributed for class use in the beginning of October. “There was a grant out at the end of last year from the school district for teachers who wanted to pilot using devices in their classrooms,” says Ms. Hwang. The hybrid tablets funded by the San Mateo…

Drum Major with Allie Jo Munier

Talking abot drum major competitions

Buy A Christmas Tree & Do Good At the Same Time

Don’t buy your Christmas tree from any random store. There is a way to get your favorite Christmas tree and help other as well. “Buying your tree can make a difference,” the Kiwanis Club says, and it’s true. From San Carlos to Gilroy, you can subsidize local high school athletics programs, help college scholarship programs, and purchase supplies for schools when you buy a tree at their lots or farms. Check out the local organizations and see how your dollars can serve a dual purpose—get a tree for Christmas and let the proceeds support for others. Some tree sale locations…

San Mateo County Libraries Accepting Food for Fines

Do you have library fines? Don’t worry, San Mateo library accepting can food for fines. Right now, your canned food can serve two purposes: helping Second Harvest Food Bank, and paying off your fine away. What a great deal? Throughout all of December, all 12 branches of the San Mateo library system will discharge overdue fines for those who bring back their borrowed materials accompanied by any amount of canned food. Just stop by during regular library hours with your donation and your library fines and fees will be waived. All collected food is donated to the Second Harvest Food Bank. “There is…

Senate Bill Moves API Away From Standardized Tests

Governor Jerry Brown approved Senate Bill 1458, which will require 40 percent of the API (Academic Performance Index) to be determined by measures that implies college and career readiness. Senate Bill 1458, which will change California’s chief measure of a high school’s performance on state test scores and preparation for college. Gov. Jerry Brown signed the bill Sept. 26, 2012. Its sponsor, Senate President, Tem Darrell Steinberg, forecasted in a press release that the bill “will prove to be one of the most important education reform bills of this decade.” Starting in 2016, test results of the California Standards Tests…

JV Water Polo look forward to have a great season

How does JV water polo goes at the beginning season?

Xbox vs. PS3–Not A Battle Worth Fighting

Everyone knows that there is a constant disagreement between PS3 addicts and 360 addicts over which one is the better system. The truth is that there are pros and cons to make each system better. Many people refuse to accept this, but it is the truth. To start it off, we must look at the most obvious part of getting one of these game systems: the price. The PS3 starts at $300 for a 80 GB system and goes up to $350 for a 250 GB. The 360 is cheaper, costing $200 for the 60 GB Arcade model, and $300…