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The music, the artist, the shot capturing it all: music videos and concerts lead Galindo back to his roots

The music, the artist, the shot capturing it all: music videos and concerts lead Galindo back to his roots

Nure Shamlou March 3, 2021

Black Bear at San Francisco's Masonic Black Bear at San Francisco's Masonic MBNEL in Oakland's ComplexWifisfuneral putting up an "X" in memory of XXXTENTACIONBlueface during his first show in the Bay...

Student steps up to print 3D face shields for medical workers

Student steps up to print 3D face shields for medical workers

Abby Porter May 2, 2020

For senior Marcus Hurt, it was hard not to be informed about the reality of the COVID-19 outbreaks across the country.  “Over half my family right now is either working at a hospital or is a...

Laggui’s 8,000-mile journey teaches her: “Its not that deep”

Laggui’s 8,000-mile journey teaches her: “It’s not that deep”

Natalie Arbatman April 16, 2020

The portion sizes were what surprised sophomore Ava Laggui most when she first moved to the U.S from the Philippines. “When I first went to a gas station, there weren’t any small cups,” Laggui...

Petersons Voyage into filmmaking

Peterson’s “Voyage” into filmmaking

Renée Remsberg April 26, 2019

When senior Ben Peterson joined Graham Middle School’s broadcasting program, he had no idea it would play such a huge role in determining his future. Yet here he is, nearly seven years later, Freestyle’s...

Programming for a purpose: student spearheads hackathon

Programming for a purpose: student spearheads hackathon

James Pampeyan March 29, 2019

Marc Bacvanski has always enjoyed computer science. From running hackathons to creating apps that help students, he has always been passionate about programming. As president of the Computer Science Club,...

Quiñones finds solace in running

Quiñones finds solace in running

Abby Porter February 27, 2019

As she stood on the starting line, amidst experienced runners, Spanish teacher Cecilia Quiñones thought only of her sister, Fresia. When the pistol went off, she began her first marathon, a seven-hour...

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