Home » Posts tagged with » wonhee p
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: Annie Tran, Catalina Zhao, Lydia Zhang, Misheel Enkhbat, Mitch Donat, Rebecca Alger, Wonhee Park, Yan Jia, Yilin Liang Photos by: Wendy Qiu Allison Doerpinghaus Volleyball Senior Allison Doerpinghaus committed to Eastern Washington University (EWU) for volleyball last April, after turning down offers from University of Portland and South Dakota University. “Of course getting [...]
The Greenlight Earth Film Festival will be held at Cubberly Theater, where the winning filmmaker will receive an award from the City of Palo Alto and named Community Energy Champion. The films will be shown April 19 at 7 p.m.
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 [...]
Girls’ Basketball: The girls’ varsity basketball team has had a fairly successful season so far, with a current overall record of 14-5 and league record of 8-2. According to senior Cat Perez, co-captain of the team, the girls have done an admirable job at keeping the scoreboard close in all of their games. They are [...]
Trickers performing intricate maneuvers and turning nimble flips in the air is a sight for all to see.
This year, the library has set up a new resource for students known as the Green Zone, which is an area in the corner of the library with a green screen available to students. The Green Zone is a resource that librarian Meg Omainsky has provided for green screening images and movies.