Distance learning challenged by Glass fire evacuations

By Kyle Wu The recent Sonoma County evacuations caused by the Glass Fire forced schools to temporarily close and posed great psychological challenges that made it difficult for students and teachers to continue distance learning.  According to Maria Carrillo High School Principal Katie Barr, the school’s priority immediately after the evacuations of around 70,000 Sonoma […]


2020 Senior Class’ Future Plans

Rida Abdel-Mageed CSU San Diego Gabriela Acevedo Santa Rosa Junior College Ariana Acheckzai University of San Francisco Wyatt Adams U.S. Navy Shanti Adams University of Oregon Charles Aguda U.S. Air Force Johvaun Aguirre-Hill Santa Rosa Junior College Melanie Alameda Resendiz Santa Rosa Junior College Christina Albergi-Donaldson Santa Rosa Junior College Isabella Aldred Santa Rosa Junior […]

Arts & Entertainment

Apple Music vs. Spotify

By Megan Chang, staff writer A long-standing feud that has driven friends and family into raging debates: Spotify or Apple Music—sorry, Pandora.The competition between these two rivalries is intense, as Spotify has a family of 130 million subscribers and Apple has 70 million users. With quarantine, music serves as a bigger outlet than ever, whether […]


Impacts of Pandemic on Local Businesses

By Kyle Wu, Editor Even though California has gradually relaxed its shelter-in-place order, the piecemeal reopening has not significantly benefited local businesses, who are still struggling to survive the pandemic.  According to The Press Democrat, many businesses lack much needed resources, and are struggling to stay afloat. Pedy Lawson, the owner of Pedy’s Petals, a […]