Non-romantic Ways To Celebrate Valentine’s Day

Article By: Tianna Cooke Valentine’s Day is either one's favorite or least favorite holiday; the latter typically belongs to those who are single or have no plans for the love-filled day. Instead of dreading the upcoming holiday and thinking about all the ways one could have celebrated with someone, why not think about the ways you can celebrate on your own?

Cheap but delicious. Many convenient stores have sales on all things Valentine’s Day the day after the holiday. Buying the candy the day after serves as a

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SRHS Student Opinions On The COVID-19 Vaccine

COVID-19 vaccinations. Shown here is the Sutter Santa Rosa Regional Hospital, directly next to the Luther Burbank Center. Both locations at 50 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa, CA have been a major location for all coronavirus related matters, including vaccinations within Sonoma County. Article & Photo By: Conor Grace As vaccines for COVID-19 are becoming available to the general public, it is now time for many students to begin deciding whether they intend to take the vaccine or not. High school students will generally

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Squishmallows: The New Stuffed Animal Collectible

Easter Edition Squishmallows. In recent months, a new obsession has emerged among many teens and young adults: squishmallows, lovable stuffed animals that come in all sorts of colors, animals, and more! These stuffed animals can be found at many locations such as Walgreens, Target, Walmart, and even Costco. Prices vary from store to store, but are generally pretty inexpensive. This new collectible has taken over the internet, with some of the most popular squishmallow collectibles being Avery the Mallard Duck, Wendy the Frog, and

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Easy Ways To Upgrade Your Car

Justin Ehn, a junior, recently got a car and is looking for ways to personalize it and make it his own. Ehn is a car fanatic who knows a lot about cars from various brands and models. Ehn was inspired by some of the products listed in the article and decided he may try some of them out himself such as the car key tracker since he has lost his keys many times. Photo By: Justin Ehn Article By: Jaeden Callender Every year, more and more students learn to drive and are able to navigate the world on their own. However, many do

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A Guide To Houseplants

A simple guide to houseplants. As we spend more time at home, we are all seeking for new hobbies to entertain ourselves. So what better way to do that then get houseplants to care for? It is a great way to keep yourself busy as well as put some greenery in your house.  Article & Photo By: Xiaolin Cai Have you been bored being stuck at home this year? Well, a good way to spend that time at home is to go get a couple houseplants to care for. House plants have become a popular way for people to add greenery to their houses.

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So You Got Your First Car, Now What?

Auto shop teacher, Mr. Utsey, and senior, Malachi Donaghy, pose in the car yard at Santa Rosa High School. This is Donaghy’s third year in auto shop and he says that although “it’s a little weird this year because we [the students] don’t get to do anything with our hands,” it’s still a “great environment.” Utsey’s auto shop classes provide an opportunity to gain practical knowledge that is useful far beyond the classroom. Article & Photo By: Molly Murphey I took my car in for an oil change for the first time in December.

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Best Romance Novels To Read For Valentine’s Day

Reading a romance novel on Valentine’s Day is always a good idea. Some people even have favorites for that specific day. Abby Mills, a Santa Rosa freshman says, “I love to read P.S. I Like You by Kasie West.”

Article & Photo By: Tatiana Newman Valentine's Day is just around the corner. We all enjoy a little romance on the day of love. Some turn to rom-coms on TV, but others enjoy a sweet romantic novel to get them their yearly dose of love. Here are some of the best romantic books to read on Valentine’s

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Valentine’s Day Treats and Recipes

Article By: Shai Fichtelberg Can’t recommend a recipe unless you try it! That is exactly what I did for all of you. I chose recipes that I know and love, and I hope you all can enjoy making and eating these yummy treats. I mean, look at all these pictures; don’t you just want to eat them all? Try out the recipes and let me know what you think! Photos by Shai Fichtelberg Valentine’s day is approaching fast, and we all know what that means...tasty food! As someone who loves cooking and baking, any holiday calls for taking over

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Governor Gavin Newsom’s Possible Recall

Senior Aidan Ramsay spent his summer advocating for social justice reform and the BLM movement. Now, almost a year later, he is intersecting in his activism by calling for stronger and more transparent, headstrong leadership. When asked about the possibilities of Newsom being recalled, Ramsay said, “it's unlikely especially since no such [leftist] candidate has thrown his hat into the ring yet, so it's most likely that Newsom would retain office in the event of a recall…” Regardless, Ramsay continues to stay active in the fight

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Vaccine Distribution Update

Here Junior Amy Genolio speaks to me about her opinion on the vaccine distribution. She said ¨I think that it's important to prioritize elderly people and people who are higher risk.¨ Genolio also stated that, ¨As much as I want to go back to school, I think it would be safer until most of our school population has gotten the vaccine.¨

Photo By: Amy Genolio Article By: Jasmine Alvarez Now that we are nearing the one year anniversary of the start of the COVID-19 lockdown, vaccines have begun to roll out to the

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