Monthly Archives: October 2023

Preparing for Drivers Test

By: Rio Andreas For the people who are taking their driving test soon, experience is key. It can be nerve-wracking to get behind the wheel, knowing that every action is over analyzed. But you shouldn’t stress out about it. Hopefully, with some good advice and practice, you will be comfortable, confident and experienced by the time you go in to take your driving test. If you’re worried or unsure how to gain experience, the solution is simple: drive. Of course, I'm not saying to immediately hop on freeways or try complicated

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Homecoming Floats

By: Vanessa Zamora and Dylan Peyton This year’s Homecoming dance took place on Oct. 14, and hopefully you attended. The theme for this year was A Night in Hollywood, and the SRHS cheerleading team planned the event. There was a lot leading up to the dance including the traditional spirit week, with some minor variation, and the usual Montgomery football game. This year’s Homecoming game theme was Pink Out in support of breast cancer awareness. However, there was an exciting new addition to the game: Homecoming floats! Each

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Live action One Piece

By: Ian Cendejas Camacho The popular show “One Piece” is an anime that has gone on from 1999 and released over 1,000 episodes, with some still being made to this day. Now, “One Piece” gets a taste of live action with Netflix remaking the first arc of the series in which the Straw Hats are formed.

The show was released on Aug. 31 and has Iñaki Godoy cast as the captain of the Straw Hats, Monkey D. Luffy. The show seems to be loved by all viewers, with 82% on Rotten Tomatoes. It is one of the first animes to do

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Prop 28 funds: Why are prop 28 funds taking so long to be utilized in our schools

by Gavi Geffner and Adam Joseph It is easy to be uninterested about what goes on at the legislative level in our country and state. However, you may want to start paying attention, as the soon-to-be implemented Proposition 28 will have a huge effect on what happens in our school and in many students' lives. Let's take a deeper look into what this proposition is and how it will affect us. On Nov. 8 of last year, California voters assembled to vote for a wide variety of laws, representatives and propositions. Over 10 million

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