Monthly Archives: February 2022

SRHS art students design outfits for Trashion Fashion Show

Caption by Tara Elsa and Alice Brookston // Photos by Tara Elsa On February 17, 2022, during the school day, ArtQuest students participated in the annual Trashion Fashion Show in the Santa Rosa High School auditorium. After an extended period of collaboration, while given full creative freedom, AQ students created unique outfits out of repurposed materials and/or trash. Many students went to thrift stores or simply used materials that were left around, such as Monster Energy drink cans that were one of the trash items for one

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Baking with Burris: Linda’s Cheesecake

SAY CHEESE. When it comes to bringing dessert to any function, Linda Gile has it covered. She brings her famous Cheesecake that everyone she knows seems to love. She has added her own twists to the original cheesecake recipe throughout the years. For example, chocolate, pumpkin and Oreo, but the one she likes the most is her pumpkin cheesecake. Photo by Sofia McCann Article by Jaden Burris, social media editor When it comes to bringing dessert to any function, Linda Gile has it covered. She brings her famous Cheesecake that

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Baseball Coach Bryan Price talks beginning of the season

Article and graphic by Andreas Petersen As winter sports end and spring is beginning, SRHS spring sports are starting! With a large selection of sports this year, ranging from badminton to golf, one of the United States most beloved sports is starting up: Baseball! One of America’s favorite pastimes, baseball, a sport that has been played for almost 200 years, is starting its season at SRHS in March. As preseason commences and tryouts beginning, JV Coach and P.E teacher Bryan Price hopes for his new JV team, “ to develop

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Varsity Girls Soccer team finishes off the season

Article and graphic by Yasmine Sarraf Santa Rosa High School’s varsity girls soccer team battled against the Montgomery Vikings on the chilly Thursday night of February 3. Ultimately, Montgomery won 2-0, but it was not without a tough fight from the formidable Panthers. With only three games left in her final season, center back and senior Madilyn Walker said that it is “so bittersweet.” She explained, “I am so excited to see where everyone ends up next year, but I also know that the season eventually will come to an

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ArtQuest performs The Ballad of Big Nothing

CLOSING NIGHT. Senior Madelaine Williams (right, in veil) stars in The Ballad of Big Nothing alongside Maverick Cheney (12, left). Williams The wrote The Ballade with fellow ArtQuest theater president Kayla Perez-Ramsay. Speaking about the writing process, Williams said, “It’s strange to think about how parasitic this project felt as I was working on it. The story lived with me for months… When I left the stage I felt like I’d let a piece of myself walk out of my body and everyone in the audience had it.” This student-written

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Switch up your shoes this spring

UNIQUE SHOES. By shopping at local thrift stores, flea markets, outlet malls and searching around for collections, you are all but destined to find your perfect pair of shoes. For part of my own collection, I found $4 basic black converse, green lightning Doc Martens, Vans’ Sandy Ling green embroidered flowers and some white vans with red flowers for $40. By pinpointing your perfect pair of shoes and not settling for anything less, you’re sure to build up a unique shoe collection in no time. Photo By Alice Brookston Article and

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Mr. Bohn talks about Metal

METAL MANIA. After speaking to Eric Bohn about metal he shared some interesting metal facts with me. Bohn said ¨I still have all of my concert ticket stubs, and I still have quite a few vinyl albums.¨ When asked what fun fact he wanted others to know. Bohn continued on to say that he could talk all day about music. PHOTO BY ERIC BOHN. Article by Ash Seghezzi Metal music is a genre that was created in the late 60s and rose to popularity in the 70s. There are a few key components of this genre that make it it's own and unique.

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Healthy snacks for school days

Article and graphic by Zoe Kowalczyk Finding healthy, inexpensive snacks and food to bring to school is easier than you might think. While school lunch is always an option, switching up your everyday school lunch with something from home may bring the right amount of change into your regular school day.





Around campus, students have already taken to bringing their own snacks and food from home, mixing up healthy favorites with other healthy items in their home. Sophomore Gaby Valverde says

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Del Toro’s Nightmare Alley a ‘sleeper hit’

POWER IS MAGIC! Having been released December 17th, 2021, Nightmare Alley has become a sleeper hit among other movies. Boasting an 80 percent on rotten tomatoes, 7.4/10 on imdb, and 69 percent on metacritic, this film is a great thriller showing the contortions of psychological manipulation that many people succumb to by those who parasitically take cash from their victims in an extortion scheme. Article and photo credit Jerral Agbayani Guillermo Del Toro has become one of the most popularized directors of the twenty-first

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Learn how to make a Valentine’s Day arrangement from SRHS floriculture students

SPRING IS IN BLOOM. Joy Rego (11) shows off an arrangement in Advanced Floral Design. In floriculture design, students learn how to make beautiful flower arrangements. Lisa Piehl teaches the class and enjoys it, saying, “I love to be creative. And who doesn’t like to receive a well-designed bouquet/arrangement?” For Valentine’s Day, many Santa Rosa High School students may turn to the school’s floriculture students for Valentine’s Day flower arrangements. Article and photos by Yasmine Sarraf Do you want to give your partner

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