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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 [...]
‘Tis the season for creative askings, scattered rose petals and prom dress hunting. For most, prom invokes a sense of excitement and anticipation. And why not—it’s a classic American tradition. But as many of us prom veterans know, there’s quite a bit of prom-a-drama that comes with the whole shebang; and we haven’t even gotten [...]
The Oracle features Artist of the Month, photographer Alex Barthelemy.
The Oracle: What type of art do you do? Soon-ju Kim: I draw and paint. I like to do acrylic painting and oil painting most of the time, and sometimes I do collages. TO: Who or what is your inspiration? SJ: I don’t have a specific inspiration, but I am inspired by people who are [...]
Two Oracle staffers give their opinions on macho action movies and typical chick flicks.
As talented athletes apply for colleges, it is not uncommon for them to be granted National Letters of Intent (NLI).
Assistant physics teacher from Lynbrook replaces Eric Hickock for second semester.
The Lady Titans made history on Mar. 3 when they defeated Paly for the school’s first ever Central Coast Section (CCS) basketball championship. The game, played in Santa Clara University’s Leavey Center, was close throughout all four quarters and ended with a final score of 41-39. Spectators were on their toes the entire game, as the lead went back and forth between the rivals. “ I was worried that in the last two minutes that Paly would pull some tricks out of their sleeves,” senior Jesse Zwerling, president of the boisterous Sixth Man Club, said. “Fortunately, Gunn made the most out of Paly’s mistakes and scored on their most important possessions, holding Paly at bay.”
In the upcoming weeks, an air hockey table will be made available to students in the Student Activities Center (SAC). “Ping pong was a great addition, but air hockey makes it like an arcade,” senior Alyssa Pereault said. “That’ll be sick.”
Extravagant photos of the California Avenue Farmer’s Market.