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Jefferson High School, Daly City, California

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December 11, 2017


Senior year parking

Many seniors, along with parents of students who attend Jefferson High School,  are currently experiencing the daily stresses that come with driving to school, as they struggle to find parking around Jefferson due to the lack of senior parking. As can be seen when one passes by or enters the gates of Jefferson High School,

A Seat at the Billboard Table

Soulful and empowering, Solange Knowles’ newly released album “A Seat at the Table” has earned her and her sister Beyonce two seats at the table of Billboard music history. The two sibling artists join the exclusive few siblings who have held albums ranking number one on the Billboard top 200 music charts.  Historically speaking, only

College Stress

Class of 2017 Wildin’ with College Applications

As the hourglass of time is finally running out for the upperclassmen at Jefferson High School, the overwhelmed students are working on revisions to meet deadlines: the tumult of college applications that has placed extra stress onto these students. The weights of FAFSA, Common App, CSU Mentor, UC Personal Insight Questions, scholarships, and the balance


Opinion: The Trump Era Begins

By Frenz Cabison It was Wednesday morning, 7:19 AM to be exact. I entered the familiar gates of the school, but the atmosphere that met me felt unusual. It was silent and empty. My dad who dropped me off a little bit earlier than usual thought that classes might have been cancelled. Getting out off


Trick or Treating? How old is too old?

By Matthew D. Cardoza Every October 31st, millions of people celebrate Halloween, a night of spooky celebrations and ghoulish fun. Thousands of people get their preferred costumes and go out to have fun. One such tradition people partake in is trick or treating, an event where people, mainly kids, go out door to door asking


Gas leak impacts campus

By Jake Tanner At Jefferson’s Football game against Carlmont on October 28th, a parent reported smelling gas, which led to the discovery of a gas leak on campus, The source of the gas leak is still being sought, but school administrators are hopeful that the spot will be pinpointed soon and handled properly. During the


Seniors look back as their last year at Jeff begins

As students grow older and become high school seniors, we reflect on who we might have once been before and now prepare to grow into real adults. At Jefferson High School, I asked four seniors about who they were when they got here and how they have changed for the better or worse. Neal Saman


U.S. Makes History and Breaks Barriers at the 2016 Olympics

 This year’s Olympic Games, which took place on August 5th through August 21st were a proud time for Americans as records were broken and history was made by amazing American athletes like Simone Manuel, the first African-American woman to win a gold medal in swimming; Michael Phelps, who beat his own world record this year;

Sacred Land or Sacred Oil? Dakota Access Pipeline stirs controversy

The Standing Sioux Tribe, along with many supporters, has begun protesting the construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline, arguing that it will destroy sacred Native American sites, among other things. Approved by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the pipeline will run through four states: North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa, and Illinois.  The $3.7 billion


Student voters and the 2016 Elections

A portion of rising seniors at Jefferson High School now have the opportunity to participate in the 2016 elections due to their coming of age as adults. JHS’s voting-age population should find it convenient to exercise their suffrage, being that this year’s elections seem to be in need of as many votes as possible with

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