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The History of the Republican Party

The Republican Party also goes by the title the “GOP” which stands for the “Grand Old Party.” And aside from merely being another name for the party, it is historically tied back to the 1870’s and the Civil War era as the party took much pride in its efforts to preserve the union in the Civil War. Infographic Created By Alice Brookston On Canva Article By: Spencer Page The Republican Party of today opposes big government, is culturally conservative, mostly consists of white supporters and dominates rural and southern states

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SRHS Student Easter Sunday Plans

Even the Easter Bunny is practicing social distancing! With COVID-19 interfering with the regular Easter celebrations, it’s important to find a safe way to celebrate. “I think that there’s actually kind of a plus to having to celebrate during COVID,” said junior Erin Holland. “It makes us think of creative alternatives to still have fun.” Infographic By Alice Brookston on Canva Article By: Tianna Cooke With the Easter holiday approaching, students and families alike are getting ready to participate in their annual Easter

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SRHS Pi Day

3.1415926... The number that just keeps on going! Santa Rosa High School celebrates Pi Day every year with an annual digit contest and eating pie in math classes and nothing will stop this tradition. Mr. Bohn will be making sure to eat some yummy pie in honor of Pi Day and you should too! If you want to show off your skills and recite the digits of Pi from memory send in a video to the Math Department. Happy Pi Day. Infographic Created By Alice Brookston on Canva Article By: Shai Fichtelberg If you have taken a math course

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A Spring Break Activities Guide

Over spring break go to look at the beautiful views of Sonoma County. The top picture is at Hood Mountain; Hood Mountain is a great place to have a picnic at or hike. The bottom picture was taken at Doran Beach; Doran Beach is a family friendly beach that also allows dogs. Make sure to get out of the house this spring break and enjoy the fresh air! Article & Photo By: Maddie Sanabria Spring break is coming around the corner and unfortunately due to COVID-19, traveling is not a good idea. Since leaving the comfort of

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Best Sonoma County Hiking Spots

Taylor Mountain has opened up to the public to provide a safe experience hiking with friends or family. When I asked freshman Paloma R. if she had been on a hike recently, she said, “Yes! I went yesterday! It's honestly one of the best ways to de-stress (and) it’s so calming and just good for your mental health like spending some time outside in nature walking.” Article & Photo By: Zoe Kowalczyk Hiking is a fun yet safe way to spend time away from home, while also providing an opportunity to connect with friends and

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The History Behind St. Patrick’s Day

So as we near St. Patrick’s day 2021, many of us still might not know the history behind this holiday, or why certain things we have been accustomed to are part of this holiday. So let this be the year you finally know some history and facts behind this holiday that in most of our knowledge is filled with green, leprechauns, gold coins, and four-leaf clovers. So here are some facts to learn about St. Patrick’s day that you may or may not have known. Graphic Created By: Xiaolin Cai on Canva Article By: Xiaolin Cai We have all

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Online Volunteering Opportunities

Websites like Catchafire provide nearly 25 different categories of causes to sort through, making it easy to find something that you’re interested in and willing to devote your time and energy to. Photo From: Catchafire Website Article By: Piper Kirk While it’s no longer a graduation requirement, volunteer work is still an extremely important activity for high school students. Not only does it add to a college or job application, but it can also teach essential life skills that will assist in career opportunities. In the

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Rainy Day Blue To New

One of Tina Dang's social media posts, as she poses at town square on November 12th, 2020.Photo Provided By: Tina Dang Article By: Jerral Agbayani Sonoma County’s rainy season made a major appearance right off the bat in 2021. With constant intermittent rain, it is only logical that many people want to enjoy their days by doing fun things to keep their minds off of the gloomy weather. This may include changing one’s wardrobe to parallel the weather. When it’s warmer, many tend to wear looser outfits, but when it’s cold

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Squishmallows: The New Stuffed Animal Collectible

Easter Edition Squishmallows. In recent months, a new obsession has emerged among many teens and young adults: squishmallows, lovable stuffed animals that come in all sorts of colors, animals, and more! These stuffed animals can be found at many locations such as Walgreens, Target, Walmart, and even Costco. Prices vary from store to store, but are generally pretty inexpensive. This new collectible has taken over the internet, with some of the most popular squishmallow collectibles being Avery the Mallard Duck, Wendy the Frog, and

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Easy Ways To Upgrade Your Car

Justin Ehn, a junior, recently got a car and is looking for ways to personalize it and make it his own. Ehn is a car fanatic who knows a lot about cars from various brands and models. Ehn was inspired by some of the products listed in the article and decided he may try some of them out himself such as the car key tracker since he has lost his keys many times. Photo By: Justin Ehn Article By: Jaeden Callender Every year, more and more students learn to drive and are able to navigate the world on their own. However, many do

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