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New Staff Members on Campus

September 15, 2017

By: Jack Mallery Haley Perkins: Social Studies I went to Gunn for high school. This summer I moved back to Palo Alto from Nashville and drove across country in my Prius towing a U-Haul trailer   Joshua Little: Science I used to work for Walt Disney World. I went into management for four years before deciding it wasn’t for me. I just [...]

Therapy dogs offer stress relief on campus

September 15, 2017

Written by Katie Zhang. During the past few weeks, service puppies from Canine Companions for Independence came on campus to put smiles on students’ faces. e puppies came to the Batcave during lunch, and students came to sit down and play with the dogs. Senior Romi Miller has a Golden Retriever-Labrador mix service puppy-in-training that visits [...]

Food Blogs; Julia Wu

May 19, 2017

Bridgette Gong Word Count: 552 Features: Food Blogs; Julia Wu   Junior Julia Wu finds a way to combine hard work with fun and enjoyment through her career as a personal chef. Her appreciation for cooking and food developed in her earlier years. “When I was young, my parents wouldn’t let me watch Disney Channel, so I would watch Food [...]

Non-profit 2Bikes supports sexual assault survivors

May 19, 2017

written by Sohini Ashoke Junior Rachel Barkin is involved in 2Bikes, a nonprofit organization supporting sexual assault victims and raising awareness about sexual assault while empowering individuals to stand up. Barkin’s goal with 2Bikes is to call attention to a new issue while keeping the angle pertaining to Gunn students. “I have always [...]

Students share cooking passions on social media: Alex Mei

May 19, 2017

Written by Carolyn Kuimelis We’ve all been there: you’re sitting on your couch watching Food Network, drooling over the mouth-watering dishes shown in slow motion, plated to perfection. Most of us can only dream of these gourmet meals as the sad, microwavable lasagna we prepared stares mockingly up at us from our laps. For sophomore Alex Mei, [...]

Teachers leaving Gunn: Jessy Li

May 19, 2017

Written by Kristen Yee The red window-flower decorated walls of the Chinese classroom will be a little more bare when part-time Chinese teacher Jessy (Xiaojie) Li leaves Gunn next year. She especially cherishes her relationships with her col- leagues and students during her brief time at Gunn. “[My colleagues] have been so nice and supportive [...]

Departing teachers share memories, future plans: Mark Grieb

May 19, 2017

Written by Jennifer Gao Biology and chemistry teacher Mark Grieb will be departing from Gunn next year to become the head football coach at Sacred Heart High School full time. In Grieb’s year of instructing three biology classes and a chemistry class, he has observed how hard-working and dedicated the students at Gunn are. “It’s been [...]