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The King's Page

The King's Page

Noelle Cabrera

Noelle Cabrera, Editor in Chief

Noelle is an 12th grader at San Marcos High School. This is her fourth year on The King’s Page and she is now the Editor in Chief. Journalism is currently her favorite class and she is also a member of the San Marcos Ethnic Studies Club. Outside of school she volunteers with animals, is a member of the Youth Making Change Board and is in the Santa Barbara Chapter of GenUp.

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Editors-in-Chief Noelle and Evelina snag an interview with Charles Melton.

Interviewing SBIFF Celebrities

Noelle Cabrera, Editor in Chief
February 13, 2024
San Marcos Girls Soccer defeats cross-town rivals, the Dons

Deja Vu: We Beat You

Noelle Cabrera, Editor-in-Chief
January 30, 2024
Commissioner of Communications Zara Yossem-Guy reads the morning announcements including a land acknowledgment.

Morning Acknowledgements

Noelle Cabrera, Editor-in-Chief
December 14, 2023
Neal Ludlow was crowned this years Homecoming Royalty at the last football game.

Hoco Royal Crowned

Noelle Cabrera, Editor-in-Chief
October 24, 2023
Ethnic Studies Forum

Ethnic Studies Forum

Noelle Cabrera, Feature Editor
May 4, 2023
Two popular Mexican drinks, Jamaica (on the left) and Horchata (on the right) clashing in midair.

JAMAICA vs. Horchata

Noelle Cabrera, Feature Editor
April 18, 2023
Anti-Semitism in Schools

Anti-Semitism in Schools

Noelle Cabrera, Feature Editor
February 14, 2023

Find Your Purr-fect Pet Match!

Noelle Cabrera, Feature Editor
February 14, 2023
Day of Remembrance

Day of Remembrance

Noelle Cabrera, Feature Editor
February 13, 2023
The Importance of Representation 

The Importance of Representation 

Noelle Cabrera, Editor-in-Chief
December 14, 2022

SBJH Principal Says Racial Slur

Noelle Cabrera, Editor-in-Chief
December 14, 2022
The Thanksgiving Truth

The Thanksgiving Truth

Noelle Cabrera, For the past 52 years, on each Thanksgiving, a crowd has gathered before Cole’s Hill in Plymouth, Massachusetts. While Americans across the country sit down to feast with their loved ones, those gathered in Plymouth beat drums, lead prayers, and march in protest. For these Indigenous Americans and their allies, this day is not about food, family or thankfulness. It is a day of mourning.
November 16, 2022

La Verdad de Acción de Gracias

Noelle Cabrera, Editor en jefe
November 11, 2022
Culturally Insensitive Trends

Culturally Insensitive Trends

Noelle Cabrera, Editor-in-Chief
October 26, 2022
Tendencias Culturalmente Insensibles

Tendencias Culturalmente Insensibles

Noelle Cabrera, Jefe de Edicion
October 26, 2022
Universal Access Comes to SM

Universal Access Comes to SM

Noelle Cabrera, Editor-in-Chief
September 28, 2022

Day of Remembrance

Noelle Cabrera, Editor
February 25, 2022
How to Wear a Mask

How to Wear a Mask

Noelle Cabrera, Lifestyle Editor
December 15, 2021
SM Teachers Protest Vaccine Mandate

SM Teachers Protest Vaccine Mandate

Noelle Cabrera, Lifestyle Editor
November 18, 2021
Celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day

Celebrating Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Noelle Cabrera, Lifestyle Editor
October 14, 2021
Celebrando el Día de los Pueblos Indígenas

Celebrando el Día de los Pueblos Indígenas

Noelle Cabrera, Editor de estilo de vida
October 14, 2021
Giving Back to the Community

Giving Back to the Community

Noelle Cabrera, Lifestyle Editor
September 30, 2021

How to have a fun, COVID free summer

Noelle Cabrera, As millions of people nationwide receive the COVID-19 vaccine and our world continues to make progress towards returning to “normal,” it is easy to forget the precautions we must continue to take, especially with summer on its way. During the summer of 2020 when COVID-19 was still new, there was a surge in cases. We saw then that many disregarded the warnings of health officials and carried on with summer trips, barbeques, and other large gatherings. Now, with vaccinations, it is safer for vaccinated people to interact with one another, but it is still important to be cautious when around those who are unvaccinated, and if you yourself are unvaccinated. It may be tempting to hang out with friends or go on big trips this summer since it seems as if cases are under control, but if we can stay safe and vigilant we may have a chance at having a somewhat normal summer next year. However, this does not mean that we have to stay inside quarantining, as there are plenty of options for safe and fun activities that we can enjoy.
May 27, 2021
April Freshman Spotlight

April Freshman Spotlight

Noelle Cabrera, Staff Writer
April 22, 2021
Black History Month and How It Is Being Celebrated

Black History Month and How It Is Being Celebrated

Noelle Cabrera, For years, February has been a designated month to acknowledge and celebrate the vast accomplishments of African-American people throughout history. Black History Month started off as Negro History Week, which was created by Historian Carter G. Woodson and the Association for the Study of Negro Life and History, and first celebrated in 1926. Negro History Week occurred the same week as the birthdays of President Abraham Lincoln and abolitionist Frederick Douglas, who are two prominent figures in Black history. Negro History Week evolved into Black History Month, which was insitiutionalized in 1976 by President Gerald Ford with a proclamation that has been renewed every year by each president since. “Black History Month means representation to me, it means taking time to recognize our progress but to also recognize what we still need to do,” said Black Student Union President Talia Hamilton. “It is to celebrate and love Black culture, and so much more.”
February 11, 2021
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