Rumors, WHS PAC’s latest production, has its drawbacks but the cast’s effort and performances leave long lasting impressions on viewers.
Huskies from 1925 muse about the future, hoping that airplanes will become as common and cheap as cars and school will be taught through radios.
Chanukah commemorates the Jewish victory over the Syrian-Green empire and an ensuing miracle. Today it is celebrated with candles, a menorah, by spending time with family, and eating delicious food.
Diwali is a festival celebrating the triumph of good over evil through traditions such as lighting diyas and setting off fireworks.
During Christmas time, the flavor of peppermint makes an appearance in a multitude of desserts and drinks. Staff reporter Heba Kibboua talks about one of her favorite peppermint flavored desserts: peppermint mocha cake.
Kwanzaa is a holiday that celebrates African American culture with candles representing different themes.
From banning procrastination to working on organization skills, Huskies share their New Year’s resolutions.
Many students are afraid of getting sick because of the Omicron variant. Some argue that school should remain open with safety measures, while others fear that they aren’t safe in this risky environment. Teachers and students have differing opinions on the best options going forward.
Shalimar, an Indian restaurant in Fremont, has a wonderful, caring staff that dishes out delicious meals and creates a memorable experience for diners.