SITTING IN THE RAIN. Justin Ehn, a senior, sits in his car waiting for the rain to clear so he can drive safely once again. He is sitting in his car in the parking lot of the place he just ordered food, Mombo’s. “I really wanted to eat my food but I figured it would be better to wait, even if it means my food is slightly colder,” explained Ehn. While it may be an annoyance to wait a while for the rain to go away, he agrees that safety is a priority, not only for himself, but for the other driver’s as well. Photo by Justin
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Caycie Clayton’s delicious apple oat muffin, meant to be Fall themed and consisting of nutmeg and cardamom, could easily be a winter themed muffin as well. Overall these muffins were healthy, flavorful and hands down a great snack to have during the holidays. Photo by Caycie Clayton.Article by Jaeden Callender and Caycie Clayton.The winter can feel lengthy, dark and cold due to the prolonged nights and chilly air. These long months can easily feel gloomy and dismal, meaning extra steps need to be taken in order to get through the
"Whoever You Are, Whatever You Do, Wherever You May Be, When You Think of Refreshment Think of Ice Cold Coca-Cola,” says one of Coca Cola’s old slogans. This tasty beverage has been adored by many soft drinkers and has been a staple in American Society. With a variety of flavors and branched off brands there doesn’t seem to be an end to this company’s reign within our soda industry. Photo by Jerral Agbayani, Article by Jerral Agbayani and Mary Jane Alexander Since its inception in 1892, the Coca-Cola Company has been
YES, WE HAVE SEASONS. The leaves on a tree outside of the auditorium in from of Santa Rosa High School change colors.
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Fall weather is the best out of all the seasons and there's doubt about it. By the end of this, you will love the beauty of fall as much as I do.
Fall starts on September 22nd and ends on December 21st. During this time, the weather grows cooler, leaves begin changing color and different plants start to grow. With the cool breeze, it begins to rain again. I
THE RESULTS. These are ‘Caycie’s Cookies’ by senior Caycie Clayton. These cookies are based off of the ‘Cowgirl’ cookies at Arizmendi Bakery in San Francisco. “[My family] were all addicted to them and then covid hit, so we couldn't get the cookies. It was heartbreaking because we really wanted them and we had a sugar addiction. We had to recreate them ourselves and we tried through trial and error to get the recipe right. It ended up coming out better than the bakeries anyway.” Article and Photo by Jaden Burris, Social Media
Spirit Halloween set up a pop-up shop on Cleveland Ave, where they regulate the number of people that can come in the store at a time. The stores get really busy in the final week prior to Halloween. Photo by Tara Elsa Article by Apollo Hynes Do you ever walk down the street and see a house fully decked out in Halloween decor? Every time I see a place like that, I wish that I could know where they get their decorations. Did they make it themselves or buy them premade? Well I’m here to tell you some of the places to get the
GIVE IT A SHOT. With the COVID-19 vaccine available for ages twelve and up, many Californians are getting their shots. “I got vaccinated because I wanted to feel safe when I go out and do things that I want to do again,” said freshman Kaleigh Rubio. With a COVID vaccine mandate likely to be enforced in schools in less than a year, more students may follow in this direction. Graphic by Molly Murphey. Article by Yasmine Sarraf Along with other schools in California, Santa Rosa High School has returned to on-campus instruction
HOMEMADE HALLOWEEN COSTUMES. Junior Kayla Gallagher displays her clothing for her Halloween costume, that she bought at a local thrift store. Gallagher is planning on creating her own costume and these are just some of the pieces she has collected. Article and photo by Grace Payne Halloween is right around the corner and many students at Santa Rosa High School are making their own costumes. While it is pretty common to go out and buy a costume, some have decided to put together their own homemade costume. In previous years,
UNSEEN PARTS OF SRHS.Taking a step down the old dusty stairs is the entrance to the basement under the Main Building. SRHS history teacher and past activity director, Arthur Horner, said, “It used to be where all the school records are kept, but it flooded a lot so the records are kept [somewhere else now].” Horner also talked about how he believed the tunnels under SRHS are connected to the basement. Article and photos by Kai Sterck As we all know, Santa Rosa High School is one of the oldest high schools in the state. It
Photos and captions by Betzie Hernandez and Zoe Kowalczyk Spirit Week! Taking place from October 4th to the 8th, 2021, the Spirit Week helped bring new students and returning students together for an exciting and celebratory lead up to the rivalry game against Montgomery High School. When asked who had more spirit, Montgomery or Santa Rosa High School, SRHS principal Dr. Kimberly Clissold responded, “I would say of all the schools that I’ve worked at, Santa Rosa High School has some of the best school spirit I’ve ever