SVHS Welcomes New Spanish Teacher: Ms. Baker

Dino Ortega

September 24, 2020

     The World Language Dept. welcomed a new teacher this academic year.     Ms. Baker, alumna, always had an inkling that she wanted to pursue a career in education, explaining, “I would say that by my senior ye...

Negative Outcomes Of Government Shutdown: TSA Safety And Sonoma’s Own

Alexis Lage, News Writer

February 11, 2019

  The forced shutdown of the federal government continued for over 5 weeks, breaking the previous record of 21 days. It affected over 400,000 federal employees who went without pay for the duration of the shutdown.   SVHS j...

Trapped In The Shutdown

Alison Perkins, Justin Cox, and Emily Barmore

February 11, 2019

With the government shutdown that lasted more than a month, worry had spread rapidly throughout the nation, as paychecks were missed and threats from the government to continue the shutdown until their demands were met, were repeatedly...

Environment Put On Hold

Ava Rognlien, Print Editor

February 11, 2019

It is no shock that the shutdown would affect US residents, but who knew it would also affect the environment?    National Geographic claims that national parks are at risk due to waste overflow and trespassers, the halting of...

Heated Debate Burns Fire Relief

Alison Perkins and Justin Cox

February 11, 2019

  Due to the government shutdown, President Donald Trump threatened to pull wildlife relief funds from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).   “Billions of dollars are sent to the State of California for For...

Rash Decision Threatens Students’ Future

Erin Gylfe, Sam Weisiger, and Regan Wheatley

February 11, 2019

Students across the nation began to worry about their financial aid opportunities due to the recent government shutdown. Senior Erik Serbicki commented on the government recent shutdown stating, “I can see how students are worried...

Winter Rally

Sam Weisiger and Erin Gylfe

February 11, 2019

After a long two days of writing the IAB Benchmark, the SVHS Winter Rally was a fantastic way to end the week with some laughs. Sports teams showed their school spirit by making unique entrances and performing original dances....

To All The Vines We Loved Before

Erin Gylfe and Ivy O'Donnell

February 11, 2019

  Vine was the social media platform responsible for making countless teenagers laugh, bringing previously unknown individuals to fame, and eventually crushing the hearts of millions after its shutdown in 2017.   The ...

Fantastic Firsts In The Films Of 2018

Sam Weisiger and Regan Wheatley

February 11, 2019

  With all of the actors and actresses gathered for the awards, with all of the progressive moments of change, with all of the anticipation building to announce the winners, Americans reflect on different memorable films of...

The Rise Of Air Pods

The Rise Of Air Pods

February 11, 2019

Cool Bumper Stickers, Bro

Emily Barmore, News Writer

February 11, 2019

 SVHS’s parking lot consists of around 200 spaces and of those, 145 cars run on gas, two run on diesel, one on electricity, and one is a hybrid. That is a big number in the eyes of the environment. This means that the students of...

Spain Takes On Car Control

Annie Robichaud, News Writer

February 11, 2019

  Spain took action with a city car ban that took place in early November. The vehicles that will be allowed belong to residents who live there, as well as delivery vehicles, taxis, and public transit. An estimated 58,000 ve...

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