President Trump Impeachment News

By Lilly Ernst The ongoing impeachment hearings have kept Washington D.C. tense and journalists busy. Each day new information is shared, sometimes in favor of Trump but often not. Overall, however, most average citizens do not really know who the individuals who have testified are, nor how accurate their information is. Because the information has been buried so effectively under hours upon hours of testimonies, most Americans have just shrugged their shoulders and given up on understanding what is going on. Polls show that

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Korean Comfort Food

By Aidan Ramsay With winter comes a universal search for coziness. Everybody knows the basics of a cozy blanket, a warm fireplace and a good movie, but in my opinion, the most important piece of the puzzle is some good ole’ comfort food. But these days, my go-to isn’t American food, or South American, or even European, it’s Korean. I say this because all the components I look for in comforting me on a cold day are found in their cuisine in spades. For me, these components are hardiness, flavor, and warmth. One of my favorite

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Lockdown, October 22, 2019

Santa Rosa High School is currently on lockdown. There was a shooting near Ridgway High School. The Santa Rosa Police Department is conducting a search of both RHS and Santa Rosa High School. So far, the suspect has not been located. The SRPD has informed us that we will continue to be in extended lockdown until the situation has been resolved. The lockdown was initiated at just after 9 am. The victim has been taken to a local hospital where he is being treated for multiple gunshot wounds. Parents are now being asked to avoid

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Indigenous People’s Day

By Harrison Caughey Indigenous Peoples Day takes place every year on October 14. Commonly known as Columbus Day, the title of this holiday has become somewhat controversial. Although many just consider it a day off of work or school, many have passionate ideas about it.  Columbus took credit for the discovery which was ultimately a mistake. He originally set sail on a voyage to Asia. Europeans not knowing a direct route to Asia, were expecting to run directly into it, but instead ran into the large chain of continents,

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Caught Between Universes

By Kaitlin Kim Back in August 2019, Sony announced that Spider-Man would be leaving the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), leaving fans in shock and distraught.  Spider-Man leaving the MCU was due to an argument between Disney and Sony about profit sharing. Disney wanted a fifty fifty co-financing deal with Sony over its future Spider-Man movies produced by Kevin Feige, especially after Spider-Man: Far From Home, released in July, became Sony’s all-time highest grossing film worldwide. Disney wanted to put in half the budget

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Santa Rosa vs Franklin Football Game Recap

By Caleb Logue Friday night, the Panthers (1-5) picked up their first win of the season against the visiting Franklin Yellowjackets (0-5). The Panthers scored their first touchdown courtesy of a 41 yard rushing touchdown from Roman Correa and never looked back, winning 30-6. Franklin, having scored only 6 points in four games leading up to the matchup was held stagnant by the Panther defense, being limited to small gains on sweep plays and short passes. They scored their first touchdown in the fourth quarter following

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Santa Rosa vs. Maria Carrillo Football Game Recap

By Caleb Logue 1st Quarter Carrillo is stopped at the goal line. 0-0 2nd quartet Santa Rosa’s PJ Toleafoa punts back. Carrillo scores on an 8 yard rush. 7-0 drive with a run from Trevor Anderson and a first down pass to Randy Clay. 23 yard pass to Roman Correa across the middle of the field. 6 yard pass to Roman Correa. Kent Gamble on the extra point. 7-7 Roman Correa with an interception at 0:41. Jake Logenkraut with an interception at 0:25. Randy Clay (hurt)

44 yard pass to Logenkraut 0:08

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Many New Club’s to choose from at SRHS’s annual Club day last Friday

By Jasmine Alvarez Club Day at Santa Rosa High is a day filled with opportunities to join clubs around campus. These clubs provide an opportunity to meet new people and to be apart of a community who have somewhat, the same interests as you.

Some of these clubs include Peanut Butter and Jelly club, Cereal Club, and Tea Club. They all are held on specific days and they all have specific activities. Casey Shannon, a long time administrator spoke to me on this subject, he said “ Club Day provides students an

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Looking for summer opportunities? Read about the unforgettable travels experienced in the GLA program for teens

By Avery Macnab With the fourth quarter wrapping up, the time has come for people to start looking for summer opportunities. If you are interested in an unforgettable travel experience, you should consider looking into GLA. GLA or Global Leadership Adventures is a leadership travel program for teenagers from ages 13-18. This program takes teens to countries in Africa, Asia and the Pacific, Central America, the Caribbean, Europe, and South America and features community service, hands on learning, and adventure. In

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The continuously growing relationship between teens and fast food needs to end

By Max Parrish Over the last several years, fast food has become increasingly prominent in the teenage diet. With restaurants like Chick-fil-A and McDonald’s having quick service and cheap food, it’s become incredibly easy to dump your money into those corporations-and that’s exactly what they want you to do. The processed products made by those corporations can wreak havoc on your body and leave you craving more. Additionally, it is incredibly appealing to your taste buds to eat it, whether you’re buying fries, a burger,

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