‘ALIVE AND WELL.’ The Undead Poets Society officers pose after a successful meeting. From left, Davin Fulmer (12), Vice President, Jillian Jones (12), President, Charlie Gieseker (12), Treasurer and Bec Minton (12), Secretary. “We haven’t had many meetings yet but I already see so much potential in the students that come each week and it makes my heart happy to see them go beyond their anxieties to speak out,” Jones said. The Society meets Thursdays at lunch in Mr. Kowalcyzk’s room, D201. Article and photo by Molly Murphey,
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MAKING A DIFFERENCE ONE FRIENDSHIP AT A TIME: Best Buddies Club officers Leah Cederborg (left) and Tara Elsa (right) help to form friendships among individuals with and without intellectual and developmental disabilities. Cederborg, the vice president of the club, said, “I hope that Best Buddies can spread inclusion throughout the campus and further than just the club, but so all students on campus can make connections in celebration of differences.” Currently, Best Buddies meets every other Wednesday at lunch on the front lawn of
SPEAKING OUT. From left to right, Zohar Kennard and Isabella Damberger-Sheldon, co-presidents of the Amnesty International Club, and Anya Fouts, the club’s secretary, can be seen on the day that students got together to stand in solidarity with the thousands of women who were affected by Texas’ recent abortion law. This is just one of many movements that members of their club will be attending this year. Photo by Shinobu Monraz. Article by Rubi Melo At Santa Rosa High School, there are many new clubs created by ambitious
Photos and Article by Mary Jane Alexander.
Tristan Liggett (11) from the Chess Club poses with his chess board. In the Chess Club you play chess, can learn to play chess, or just hang out with the other people. If you wish to join, the club meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the auto shop.
Tina Dang (11) is the president of the API (Asian Pacific Islander)
club, which is all about celebrating Asian culture. They will be doing potlucks and boba fundraisers later in the year. If you wish to join, the club meets
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