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  • ‘Dragon’ across the finish line

    ‘Dragon’ across the finish line

    Ria Chang, Technology Editor

    November 25, 2014

    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

    November 25, 2014

    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

    November 25, 2014

    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

  • The truth about Online College

    The truth about Online College

    Amy Martin, Staff Writer

    November 25, 2014

    A study provided by the Lumina Foundation shows that 74 percent of Americans think college is unaffordable. Recently, a presumably less expensive option has begun to make its way to the forefront of higher education; online college.   A year’s tuition at the... READ MORE »»

    Websites offering online school have begun popping up all over the internet. Colleges are now capitalizing on this as a chance to reach a new demographic.

Features

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,...  Read More »

November 25, 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 »

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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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News

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....  Read More »

November 25, 2014 • 0 comments

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Entertainment

Midsummer/Jersey receives laughs despite odd plot

Avery Scofield, Features Editor

Sunset High School's drama department chose a unique play for the fall season, performing a new twist on a classic Shakespeare play. “Midsummer/Jersey,” a playful parody...  Read More »

November 25, 2014 • 0 comments

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Reviews

Midsummer/Jersey receives laughs despite odd plot

Avery Scofield, Features Editor

Sunset High School's drama department chose a unique play for the fall season, performing a new twist on a classic Shakespeare play. “Midsummer/Jersey,” a playful parody...  Read More »

November 25, 2014 • 0 comments

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