Browsing tag: 2020

Best Albums Of 2020

Some top picks of the best albums of 2020 include pop-artist Ariana Grande's album, Positions, and country-singer Luke Comb's album, What You See Ain't Always What You Get. Both albums ranked high in both pop and country charts and were yet another product of the quarantine boredom that surrounded the 2020 year. Photo By: Alice Brookston Article By: Evan Sacher With 2020 forcing hundreds of artists around the country into quarantine, the year in music was a unique one. Cancelled tours across the globe gave music megastars a

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2020 Holiday Gift Guide

The Holidays is a time for joy and love, and gifts! Do you love to read or know someone who does? This item is perfect for the bookworms out there who want to venture and find new books or even read a book you may have never known about. The genre and story is picked at random, so you really don’t know what you’re getting until you read it. Each book comes wrapped like a gift, in twine and sealed with a wax stamp, so it should be the perfect thing to give!Photo By: MarDeLunaArtsCo on Etsy. Article By: Dalia Pelayo-Mark The

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2020 Presidential Election Candidates

Are you planning on voting this year? This is a ballot to vote for the future president of the United States. Everyone who plans to vote must learn about their options and be sure of the choice they make. There are still many who are unable to vote because of age restrictions but still wish they could. Melena Ward, a sophomore at Santa Rosa High School, Melena Ward, wrote, “I do wish I was voting this year. If I could vote, I would vote for Biden.”  Article & Photo By: Tatiana Newman Four years ago, Donald Trump won the

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Breakdown Of Propositions

Election day is just around the corner. While many SRHS students can’t vote, it is very important to stay informed and educated on our current political climate. Remember to encourage everyone you know to vote, it is one of the most important rights we have as American citizens. Article & Photo By: Shai Fichtelberg Election day is on its way, getting a ballot in the mail can be both an exciting and a daunting thing. As American citizens, it is our right to vote and have our voice heard, but there are so many things on

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Halloween 2020-Costumes And Trick Or Treating

Emily Johansson dresses up as Dwight Schrute from The Office. She has been thinking of wearing this costume for a few years now, but only got around to it this year. Usually, Johansson would have a party with friends to celebrate Halloween. However, this year she is poll working instead of partying. “Although Halloween is less exciting for me this year, I’m still super excited to wear my costume because I’ve really been looking forward to it,” Said Johansson.Photo By: Emily Johansson Article By: Makayla Millea With Halloween

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The Confusing College Application Process

Start your applications. Deadlines are fast approaching and this is not something you want to procrastinate on. Applications have been open for almost two months now, so get started. Senior Spencer Page says, “I have been trying to get an early start on my college applications, because I know if I push it off it will make me more stressed.”

Article & Photo By: Shai Fichtelberg As summer comes to an end, and students get back into the rhythm of school, many seniors begin one of the most challenging tasks of

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Dating Amidst a Global Pandemic

Article By: Makayla Millea As social distancing continues in Sonoma County, many people are growing lonely without being able to do the outside activities they would normally do. One particular activity that a lot of people are missing out on is dating. But how does one go about dating during a pandemic such as this one? Rose Barboza, a resident in Santa Rosa, has been using her time while in self-quarantine to get closer to her new boyfriend that she met through an online dating site. According to Barboza, social distancing

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