Monthly Archives: March 2021

The History of the Republican Party

The Republican Party also goes by the title the “GOP” which stands for the “Grand Old Party.” And aside from merely being another name for the party, it is historically tied back to the 1870’s and the Civil War era as the party took much pride in its efforts to preserve the union in the Civil War. Infographic Created By Alice Brookston On Canva Article By: Spencer Page The Republican Party of today opposes big government, is culturally conservative, mostly consists of white supporters and dominates rural and southern states

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Easter Holiday Treat Recipes To Try

Easter-themed treats. For this year’s Easter holiday, try making some fun, easy, and tasty treats for your loved ones. Considering the current COVID-19 restrictions, April 4 plans may have to wait until times are safer, but in the meantime, try doing some baking to drop-off for friends and family instead. Peep Rice Krispy Treats and Easter Egg M&M Cookies are two easy, and sugary, treats you can make, that your loved ones will surely appreciate. Article & Photo By: Alice Brookston It’s that time of year again, Easter

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2021 COVID-19 Prom Plans

Junior Class President, Stella Clarkson, shares that this year's 2021 COVID-19 prom is going to be hosted at Santa Rosa High School as a drive-thru event, where you will take a picture and receive a mystery party favor! Make sure to have those dresses and tuxedos ready!Infographic Created By: Alice Brookston on Canva Article By: Dalia Pelayo-Mark Approaching is that time of year again...prom season. Yes, that one highschool dance you’ve either been dreading or excited for since your Freshman year. Hair spray, sparkling

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SRHS Track & Field Practice

No Rain Checks. The Santa Rosa High School Track and Field Team are determined not to miss a day of practice in a season which is already shortened due to COVID-19. While the season has not yet officially started, dozens of committed athletes showed up for conditioning despite the rain. Article & Photos By: Molly Murphey During their March 9th practice, the Santa Rosa High School Track and field team showed amazing commitment, doing drills through the downpour and running for shelter under the trees lining the field

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Women in STEM at SRHS

Article By: Tara Elsa March is Women’s History Month. To highlight some of the incredible accomplishments of women, March has been dedicated to learning more about women’s contributions to events in history and society. Some of the first female engineers got their degrees in the early 1900s, only 115 years ago! To highlight the accomplishments of women this month, I talked to women in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) at Santa Rosa High School. Women in STEM. The amount of women in STEM (outside of

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SRHS Student Easter Sunday Plans

Even the Easter Bunny is practicing social distancing! With COVID-19 interfering with the regular Easter celebrations, it’s important to find a safe way to celebrate. “I think that there’s actually kind of a plus to having to celebrate during COVID,” said junior Erin Holland. “It makes us think of creative alternatives to still have fun.” Infographic By Alice Brookston on Canva Article By: Tianna Cooke With the Easter holiday approaching, students and families alike are getting ready to participate in their annual Easter

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Facebook: Monopoly of Chaos

Facebook, a multi-billion dollar monopoly. It disregards user’s privacy & laws to pump out the most profits and eliminate any threats to the Facebook empire. Certain scandals in the last couple of years have finally started to bring real consequences to Facebook's shady business practices. From antitrust lawsuits, to being sued for illegal monopolization. Is this the start of the end of Facebook's chaotic empire? Article & Graphic By: Emmanuel Vallarta Facebook worldwide has grown massively in the past decade. In the

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Daylight Savings: Is It Necessary?

This image, created by yours truly, is a fascinating piece of artwork that delves deep into the psyche of humanity. The two detailed faces show greatly how they feel about their section of the universe, but are divided between a flowing line that cuts off their connection to one another. Though this is an abstract piece created to reveal one’s frame of mind, you can also interpret them as a happy sun and moon divided by a horizon that connects to the themes of time and how you can never ever take back the moments of the past,

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SRHS Pi Day

3.1415926... The number that just keeps on going! Santa Rosa High School celebrates Pi Day every year with an annual digit contest and eating pie in math classes and nothing will stop this tradition. Mr. Bohn will be making sure to eat some yummy pie in honor of Pi Day and you should too! If you want to show off your skills and recite the digits of Pi from memory send in a video to the Math Department. Happy Pi Day. Infographic Created By Alice Brookston on Canva Article By: Shai Fichtelberg If you have taken a math course

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Coca Cola Coffee Review

Caffeine. Shown here are the four Coca Cola products I reviewed, Vanilla and Dark Roast Coke Coffee and cherry and original Coke Energy. Article & Photo By: Conor Grace The Coca-Cola Company debuted Coke Coffee on January 25th, 2021. There are 3 flavors, Dark Blend, Vanilla, and Caramel. Dark Blend and Vanilla are the only two flavors with a zero sugar counterpart. The Coca-Cola Company website says that each 12 fl oz can of Coke Coffee has 69mg of caffeine. Since January 2020 the Coca-Cola Company has been making

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