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WASC at Santa Rosa High School

Makayla Millea The Western Association of Schools and Colleges, or better known as WASC, is coming to SRHS soon. WASC is an organization which accredits schools, by means of evaluating the quality of the education provided at a certain educational institution. If a school is accredited, it means that the education quality is up to par. Alicia Morrison, who works in the Art Quest Office at SRHS, says, “[Getting accredited] means getting feedback from [teachers and staff] to make the school a better place.” Some colleges will

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Regan Retires

By Megan Foote Charles Regan, a beloved Santa Rosa High School History teacher, unfortunately had to retire mid year due to health issues. Regan originally retired from teaching many years ago. He decided he left too soon and came back as a part time teacher for a few years and then as a full time teacher. The administration knew a couple of months before the end of last semester that they would need to find somebody to teach his four academic courses and one honors course for the second semester. They interviewed people to

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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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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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Stay Safe On the Road With These Winter Driving Tips

By Kaylee Rathkoy During the winter months, drivers have to face driving in unordinary weather conditions. Snow, slush or ice on roads are involved in nearly one in four weather-related vehicle accidents. Winter conditions impact many factors, as it makes it harder to see, slow down and stop. In Santa Rosa, there is no snow or slush, but as it gets very cold, black ice can start to form on the roads. [caption id="attachment_510" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo courtesy of Pixabay.com[/caption] Black ice is almost

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Is Black Friday Shopping Really Worth it?

By Tara Elsa This year, Black Friday was held on November 23: it is an event where people go to great lengths to buy as much as they can during a period of mass sales. The term “Black Friday” was first used in 1869 and has been held the day after Thanksgiving. Even back then, Black Friday was a day on which people spent all their money and stores’ profits skyrocketed. Black Friday was a term that came into use after the financial crisis that occured when the United States gold market crashed on September 24, 1869. At that time,

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The MeToo Movement in 2018

By

Zemlja Franicevic



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sure we all remember the outbreak of sexual assault allegations against famous male actors, comedians, and politicians last year, as there were too many to forget. These allegations sparked one of the most powerful movements the United States has ever seen--the MeToo movement--a movement aimed at breaking women’s silence around sexual harassment and sexual assault. The movement went viral in October of 2017 as a hashtag used on social media to display the

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