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  • Technology at Risk

    Technology at Risk

    Marlee Leonard, Staff Writer

    Computer usage at school, cell phones in class and recent power outages are all factors that define Sunset’s student and teacher opinions about technology. It’s easy to forget the influence that technology has, not only at home, but in the classroom because it is such an integrated part of society... READ MORE »»

  • ‘Dragon’ across the finish line

    ‘Dragon’ across the finish line

    Ria Chang, Technology Editor

    The Sundragons dragon boating team, founded in 1999, was created by Vernon Lee, who branched off from the adult competitive scene and created a team of high school athletes. The small scale of the sport means that the Sundragons often find themselves competing against adult teams. However, despite the... READ MORE »»

    The Sundragons raise their paddles in victory as they pull across the finish line. They finished first in the Junior Division of the Rose Festival Dragon Boat Race.

  • Sunset student pursues passion for unique jewelry making

    Sunset student pursues passion for unique jewelry making

    Emma Chestnut, Staff Writer

    An ordinary looking bag sits on a Sunset student’s desk. It contains wire, pliers, gorilla glue, feathers, lace, a nail file and much more. The bag belongs to Sunset sophomore and jewelry crafter Jaquelyn Tufts, who named it the “Mary Poppins... READ MORE »»

    Sunset sophomore, Jacquelyn Tufts, shows off her self-made earrings.Tufts made these earrings by weaving them, only one of her many jewelry crafting techniques. Photo by Madison Hernandez

  • Senioritis- silent killer of academic world

    Senioritis- silent killer of academic world

    Ella Skiens, Staff Writer

    High school seniors across the nation have come down with cases of Senioritis, but none have gotten as serious a diagnosis as the seniors at Sunset High School. This year, the illness became rampant in early October. Seniors drop like flies as they succumb to this raging epidemic, affecting... READ MORE »»

    Sunset senior Bryce Amato sits with a tongue depressor in his mouth, being tested for Senioritis. Results came in as positive, much to his disappointment. Photo by: Madison Hernandez

  • Teachers surprise students with hidden talents, hobbies

    Teachers surprise students with hidden talents, hobbies

    Fiona Bandettini, News Editor

    Outside of Sunset’s walls, there is a diverse mixture of talents and hobbies among the teaching staff. Interests range greatly from recreational activities to advanced skills, and often surprise students who are only familiar with their teachers within Sunset’s campus. “I’ve climbed 12 of... READ MORE »»

    Teacher Melissa Railsback competes in high school gymnastics. Railsback is one of the diversely talented teachers at Sunset.

  • Touchdown for Pflug

    Touchdown for Pflug

    Maggie Vanoni, Co-Editor

    Sunset senior Willy Pflug is widely known as the quarterback for Sunset’s varsity football team. Pflug’s dedication to the sport has influenced him to commit early to the University of Montana, where he will begin playing next fall. “Football is my favorite thing to do. I’ve been playing my... READ MORE »»

    Pflug helps the Apollos with their victory against Beaverton High School in early October. This upcoming year will not only be a new chapter in Pflug's academic life, but in his football career as well.

Features

The Gift Guide

The Gift Guide

Fiona Bandettini & Avery Scofield

Siblings: For your athletic sister, buy a Yoga Ponytail Holder (Set of 6) for $8 from Urban Outfitters The BP. Teardrop Frontal Necklace (Juniors)...  Read More »

December 19, 2014 • 0 comments

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Opinion

How do teachers grade?

How do teachers grade?

Adelina Bajrami, Staff Writer

A fundamental yet stressful part of school is grades, and unfortunately, the way grades are calculated is not always efficient. Many students at Sunset study countless hours...  Read More »

November 25, 2014 • 0 comments

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Sports & Activities

‘Dragon’ across the finish line

‘Dragon’ across the finish line

Ria Chang, Technology Editor

The Sundragons dragon boating team, founded in 1999, was created by Vernon Lee, who branched off from the adult competitive scene and created a team of high school athletes....  Read More »

November 25, 2014 • 0 comments

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Entertainment

Does piracy really affect artists?

Does piracy really affect artists?

Reed McIntire, Staff Photographer

As entertainment becomes more interwoven with the internet, piracy is becoming exceedingly prevalent. Piracy is the unauthorized use or reproduction of another...  Read More »

December 3, 2014 • 0 comments

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