The Oracle

Administration investigates vandalism across campus

Eric Epstein and Elisa Moraes-Liu

May 18, 2018

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An outbreak of vandalism has swept through campus in recent weeks. According to Principal Kathleen Laurence, the graffiti has mainly affected the school bathrooms, and the strong chemicals used to wash off the markings resulted in s...

Students ask for more Advanced Placement social studies classes

The Oracle

March 30, 2018

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Written by Elisa Moraes-Liu and Kristen Yee A group of students, led by school board representative senior Advait Arun, have been campaigning since February for an increased number of advanced humanities classes, specifically the impl...

Students and staff gather together for total solar eclipse


September 8, 2017

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Written by Kristen Yee On Aug. 21, Americans were greeted in the morning by a total eclipse, the first to cross the United States from the Pacific to the Atlantic since June 8, 1918.   The total eclipse was incomplete for ...

Schools should provide free condoms to students


October 11, 2016

Filed under Forum, Uncategorized

Written by Carolyn Kuimelis School is a place for emotional as well as academic learning, and schools should take steps to open up the conversation about sexual health to ensure that their students are equipped with the knowl...

Chromebook Program aids, enhances student learning


September 9, 2016

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Written by Joanna Huang Gunn is further expanding the Chromebook program started last year, issuing Chromebooks to current sophomores and juniors to provide students with equal access to technology. Next year, students in all gra...

Students help campaign for Hillary


August 16, 2016

Filed under Features, Uncategorized

By Cassandra Bond With the election season in full swing, students have been doing their part to stay involved and aware of the 2017 presidential election.  Through organizing and recruiting volunteers, making calls...

Students study abroad throughout the world, from Mexico to Japan

Elizabeth C

August 16, 2016

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Written by Elizabeth Chung This summer, 23 students from Gunn were given opportunities to study abroad through Council on International Educational Exchange (CIEE). Through CIEE, students were able to explore different ...

PAUSD discrimination suit reaches appeals court

The Oracle

April 27, 2016

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Written by Shawna Chen and Samuel Tse On Jan. 21, the United States Departments of Justice and Education filed an amicus curiae (“friend of the court”) brief supporting the Chadam family in a DNA-privacy lawsuit against ...

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