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Behind the sounds

Behind the sounds

Brittany Kaplan, Staff Writer

January 23, 2018

The cast bows before an applauding audience and many actors and actresses receive flowers at the end of their performance. But behind the curtain, or, rather, hidden at the top of the bleachers, sits a crew of techies responsible for making sure the show runs smoothly. Senior Mike Juergens has been...

Passion for politics

Senior Morgan Yurosek poses with Republican Rand Paul after he spoke at a fundraiser she helped plan during her summer internship with the Republican Party of Orange County in 2015.

Kristine Liao, Print Co-Editor-in-Chief

March 21, 2016

In third grade, senior Morgan Yurosek sent a letter and an American soldier Build-A-Bear to then President George W. Bush. Three months later, the president responded with a personal letter, signed photographs, stickers and bookmarks. "It was the first time I felt like I could connect with the government,"...

The write path

Junior AJ Beauchamp smiles when sharing of his future writing plans.

Allison De La Bastida, Staff Writer

February 16, 2016

While college may seem like a necessary step on one's way to gaining a job, junior Andrew Beauchamp doesn't feel he needs a college degree to start doing what he loves. Beauchamp aspires to be a writer, a career choice which heavily influenced his decision to not attend college after finishing high...

Leading French student

Sophomore Rachel Kim gets the best of both worlds by understanding both South Korean and French culture.

Ivanna Rea, Staff Writer

February 9, 2016

Attending a class designated for a group of kids? Common. Attending a class with a curriculum made just for you? Unheard of. Sophomore Rachel Kim has her own French 5 Honors class here at SMCHS. After studying the language at an international school in Korea, Kim was the only one qualified for this...

Class police

Playing games in class is a risky endeavor with the new Class Policies classroom management software.

Sarah Turner, Staff Writer

September 19, 2015

A chat on Skype and a quick game of Tetris on the Yoga may seem harmless, but the new and improved Class Policies has made its stealthy appearance on campus, catching distracted students left and right. Students, proceed with caution. Teachers have a new monitoring tool to confirm the students' focus...

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