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Castro Street: A colorful safe haven

Kiana George, Segment Producer February 3, 2021

Originally an area filled with dairy farms and dirt roads, the Castro has become one of San Francisco’s most unique and vibrant neighborhoods lined with stylish shops and restaurants. With a rich history...

The Tune Talk Ep. 1: R&B

Isabel Wright, Staff Writer February 3, 2021

From the early 90s to today's music, R&B has changed in sound, production, and instrumentals, and continues to influence modern music. In the first episode of The Tune Talk, join host Isabel Wright...

No Camping S2 Ep. 2: TSM wins US division finals and looks on to the Six Invitational

David Su and Sean Liuli February 2, 2021

After winning the US division finals, TSM's Rainbow Six: Siege team is looking good and poised to perform well in the Six Invitational. With two straight major tournament wins, they look to win it all...

No Camping S2 Ep. 1: Streamers put on a show in the OTV Rust server

Sean Liuli and David Su February 2, 2021

At the end of 2020, popular streamers from all parts of Twitch, the multibillion-dollar streaming platform, came together on a community Rust server. The event would quickly become the platform's...

Diverse Creativity Ep. 1: A look into creative minds

Josh Barde, Segment Producer January 30, 2021

Our bustling world is filled with hardworking people making a life for themselves and their families. When looking deeper into everyone's minds on Earth, there is one thing that drives innovation and growth:...

Living with mother Earth Ep. 5: Save The Bay

Payton Zolck, Segment Producer January 29, 2021

In this episode, Payton Zolck speaks with Charlie Onorati from Save The Bay about the different impacts we have on the Bay, the restoration Save The Bay is doing, and some of the things you can do to help.

Asking the Ages Ep. 1: Acomplishments

Phoebe Gulsen, Segment Producer January 28, 2021

In times of uncertainty, it is important to reflect on the things that make us all different, yet unite us as well. By asking the question "what do you feel most proud of, or is your greatest achievement?"...

Gen Z Ep. 1: Misogyny

Jenica Su, Staff Writer January 27, 2021

Although there has been much improvement in women's rights since the 1960s, misogyny and sexism remain significant problems in today's society. In this first episode of Gen Z, a podcast about issues facing...

Living with Loss: Ways grief can be less overwhelming

Sabrina Lo, Production Editor January 23, 2021

Although it is undoubtedly challenging, enduring a profound loss is something that everyone goes through at some point in time. Grieving entails a roller coaster of feelings, but thankfully there’s a...

The Senior Scoop Ep. 8: Senioritis season

Mari Ramirez and Ava Richards January 23, 2021

Just like that, semester one is done and semester two has begun! For our seniors, this means college decisions and graduation are just around the corner. But that's not all! Around this time frame, senioritis...

The Yellow Papers Ep. 1: The Yellow Wallpaper

Zachary Khouri and Brianna Cheng January 23, 2021

After the year we've had, what better to lighten the mood than short horror stories? Dive into some of the most well-known short horror stories, as well as a few you've never heard of, with seniors Zach...

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ fails to rope in excitement

Preston Kwok, Segment Producer January 22, 2021

With the latest movie released from the DC series, Kwok talks about some of the success of "Wonder Woman 1984", however those successes could not cover the holes in the plot. Despite many negative reviews,...

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