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Written by: Katherine Zhu and Erica Lee Bliss in the Moment Out of the natural scenery, a boxy steel man on a blue and silver bicycle takes a moment to stop and savour the view of the Baylands, a large tract of preserved marshland. The sculpture, “Bliss in the Moment,” is dedicated to cycling advocate Bill [...]
Sam Acker: Let’s get one thing straight here; there is no doubt that I would be the best president ever. My name would be in every history textbook, and people would write books and poems about me. “Sam Acker” would be the first word babies learn. Ideally, I would be an extremely popular president, which [...]
Written by: Erica Lee Everyday I hear “OMG, I just failed that test, YOLO.” or “I have so much homework to do. Oh well, YOLO!” Whenever I hear YOLO, I have to stifle a scream of annoyance because in my opinion, the word YOLO is “carpe diem” for uneducated people. Before Drake’s song “The Motto” [...]
Written by: Erica Lee, Ellen Lee and Catalina Zhao Spice Kit Spice Kit is a small restaurant on California Ave. that sells Asian street food for affordable prices. Even though they may not have an abundance of different selections to choose from, all their choices are fantastic. Spice Kit allows their customers to create [...]
Science teacher Bakari Holmes, who taught physics, astronomy, Introduction to Engineering Design, Principles of Engineering, Digital Electronics and the Robotics Team for five years is leaving Gunn for San Jose High School (SJHS).
Written by: Catalina Zhao, Erica Lee and Jean Wang Courtesy photos by: Christine Yang, Rebecca Vincent and Jean Wang Christine Yang: Among the general population, badminton is seen as a recreational sport. However, for the athletes who seriously train for the sport, there is much more that goes into mastering the sport, both mentally and [...]
Sports athletes compete in various competitions, continue to persevere in face of difficult competition
Written by: Lawrence Chen, Erica Lee, Eric Noh, Rani Shiao, Alvin Wang and Stephanie Zhang, Photos by: Wendy Qiu and Kyle Zhu, Courtesy photos by: Jonathan Yong, Nicole Jacobsen, Audey Shen and Arjun Narayen Badminton After an impressive 10-2 record and a second place finish in the 2011 Santa Clara Valley Athletics League (SCVAL) De Anza division, the badminton team is [...]
For the first time ever, Gunn held a second Camp Everytown during the spring in conjunction with Paly. This combined camp was held from Feb. 29 through Mar. 3. While Gunn usually does not have a second Camp Everytown, since Paly was short on delegates, they invited Gunn to join them. Since there had already been discussion about holding a combined camp, Gunn decided to jump on this opportunity.
The Oracle gives three possible Valentine’s Day date ideas.
Although 1992 Gunn alumnus Brian Martin is known as the track team’s assistant coach for sprinting, he spent most of his time post-graduation competing in the Winter Olympics Games for luging.