Digital debate. Shai Fichtelberg (top-middle) practices with her teammates for their next debate tournament in November. In the past the team would meet in person to practice, but due to COVID-19 this won’t be possible until school resumes. “Some pros to online debate are it’s cheaper, every tournament costs money to put on and to go to. Online debate has also given more people the opportunity to join,” said Fichtelberg of the debate team. “Some cons are that we aren’t face to face so it’s harder to make an impact and
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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
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