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Who Does Your Activist Heart Beat For?

Who Does Your Activist Heart Beat For?

Chelsea Miao, Staff Writer March 18, 2024

Do you ever find yourself lost in thought? Have you been diagnosed with a malignant case of daydreaming? Do you lie awake at night…yearning? Well, my friend you might just be an emerging activist looking...

Members of the club Hope4Her at their table during club rush.

San Marcos Hope4Her Club Spreads Awareness About Sex Trafficking

Lila Westmacott, Staff Writer March 12, 2024

Hope4Her, a new club here at San Marcos, is a non-profit organization addressing the issue of sex trafficking of girls in Santa Barbara.  “We are raising awareness about sex trafficking within teenage...

San Marcos’ Women in STEM Club posing for their group picture. This club is dedicated to supporting women who are interested in a career in the STEM field.

Featuring Women’s Clubs at San Marcos

Noelle Cabrera, Editor-in-Chief March 8, 2024

Did you know that we have nearly 50 different clubs here at San Marcos? These clubs cater to interests ranging from writing, to chess, to robotics, to hiking. While each club plays an important role in...

The Santa Barbara Unified School District School Board held a meeting on Tuesday, February 27. At this meeting, trustees and community members called out disrespectful tone and microaggressions in public comments.

Santa Barbara Unified School Board Calls Out Disrespectful Tone and Microaggressions in Public Comments as Labor Negotiations Tensions Rise

Noelle Cabrera, Editor-in-Chief February 29, 2024

In the ongoing fight for higher pay for Santa Barbara Unified School District (SBUSD) teachers, the public comment portion of the bimonthly school board meetings has served as a crucial time for teachers,...

San Marcos went into lockout on February 27 after reports of a stabbing in the Turnpike Shopping Center.

Why Are Students Left Uninformed Amidst Crisis?

Noelle Cabrera, Editor-in-Chief February 28, 2024

A lockout order was placed on San Marcos yesterday afternoon after a reported stabbing near the Hollister and Turnpike intersection. Thankfully, no students or staff were hurt or under threat. However,...

From left to right: Sophomore Hope Smith, freshman Zoe Rogers and junior Ava Allen pose at the Black is Beautiful Gala with their awards

Santa Barbara Celebrates Black History Month

Noelle Cabrera, Editor-in-Chief February 27, 2024

The First Annual Black is Beautiful Gala: Several members of the San Marcos Black Student Union (BSU) were awarded $1,250 scholarships each at the first annual Black is Beautiful Gala. This gala, organized...

(Left to right) A&E Editor senior Roman Trovato and Editors-in-Chief seniors Noelle Cabrera and Evelina Erickson at the SBEF grant ceremony.

Thank you Santa Barbara Education Foundation!

Evelina Erickson, Editor-in-Chief February 14, 2024

Between your fingertips or resting on a surface, you read this paper. The touch of its thin pages, words rich in value and printed in ink, side-by-side captivating pictures that first attract your eyes;...

Children performed at The Marjorie Luke Theatre in celebration of Chinese New Year. They waive goodbye to the audience after their performance.

Chinese New Year: Dragon Tales and Dinner Tables

Chelsea Miao, Staff Writer February 14, 2024

And the race is on!  The scene starts upon a great river—a looming emperor sitting above it all. Animals make their way to the starting line, all fighting for the top twelve spots.  Now, this...

Juniors Cole Heckman and Ben Callanan engage in a public display of patriorism in honor of Presidents Day

How Well Do Students Know Their Presidents?

Jeremy Strand, Staff Writer February 14, 2024

George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy. United States Presidents are some of the most influential and powerful people in the world. Some presidents used their power to help our country out...

San Marcos Girls Soccer defeats cross-town rivals, the Dons

Deja Vu: We Beat You

Noelle Cabrera, Editor-in-Chief January 30, 2024

Both of San Marcos’ soccer teams triumphed over the Dons, 3-0, on Monday, January 29.  Girls Soccer Wins on Senior Night This particular game was Senior Night for the girls soccer team. Seniors...

Percy Jackson

Percy Jackson and the Olympians: An Overview

Selene Yaretzi Flores Sosa, Staff Writer January 29, 2024

Percy Jackson, a 12-year-old boy going through the school system with the struggles of ADHD and dyslexia, returns to the screen, grabbing the attention of many teenagers today.  The Lightning Thief...

Stress Less and Ace Your Test

Stress Less and Ace Your Test

Kaitlyn Caldow, Staff Writer January 22, 2024

Freaked out freshman, seniors suffering from senioritis, the last semester is in some ways harder than the first. With finals and new classes all that stress can be a lot to manage. Here are some important...

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