Lessons Learned in High Schoolby Alisha Pagano, Features Editor
Throughout our entire high school careers, we have been told that grades and test scores are the most important elements to becoming successful. While this is true, the fact remains that after you’re committed to college and ready to move onto the next step of your life, there are other things that hold equal importance to succeeding in school.
Study Buddies: Friend or Foe?by Gabby Gibson, Reporter
Studying with another student has its pros and cons. Some people prefer to study on their own, while others enjoy the help of friends to make studying more bearable.
Teens and Tattoosby Kirstie Quezada, Reporter
Walking around Santiago High School, different people gather around, each with their own unique ways of expressing themselves. Tattoos are a common method of self-expression, despite their reputation of being radical brandings.
A League of Their Ownby Aren Chaturanyakoon, Entertainment Editor
As the sun fell on the El Cerrito Park, kids and adults alike began to take their leave of the freshly paved basketball court.
Future Medical Doctors of America Makes its Debut on Campusby Aren Chaturanyakoon, Entertainment Editor
Santiago students aspiring for a career in the medical field now have a club where they can convene with like-minded people. Future Medical Doctors of America is a new club on campus that aims to inform, inspire, and aid students who harbor interest in being a part of the medical community.
Deaf and Hearing Unitesby Karina Stow, Editor-in-Chief
The inspiration behind Deaf and Hearing Unites (ASL) Club was none other than a cheesy TV drama. “I started learning sign by watching ‘Switched at Birth’,” says club president and founder senior Mary Alyssa Rancier.