Club celebrating Latino culture is back on campus By Kimberly Abarca La Raza is a club at Skyline that was brought back last year and continues to grow. First established by Ms. Elias back in 1998, the new version of the group is led by senior Nathalie Reyes […]
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Who would steal a beloved decoration with only sentimental value? By Viviana Gonzalez If you’ve had ceramics class before, you probably know what the golden buddha is: A heavy clay statue, painted gold, sitting in an outdoor area called “the cage.” But in September, the Buddha was mysteriously […]
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by Nasim Al-Jabri and Leroy YauJanissa Salazar has advice for freshmen: “Just take [school] seriously and don’t joke around in class.” She says her greatest strength is being smart, and that her weakness is, “I get mad very fast.” Her greatest accomplishment was when “I made it to […]
By Tanim Woodruff For many of us here at Skyline, the Internet is an integral part of our lives. It’s how we get our news, catch up, and talk with our friends, and send weird pictures of dog faces plastered over our real faces in order. make each […]
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