By Dharma Bartram
The Novato High School athletics department is a common topic of conversation among students, staff, administration and community members. Unfortunately, these conversations are not always positive.
By Lily Munsee
Prom is a night many students look forward to throughout high school. It is a night that allows students to get dressed up, rent a limo, and go to a fancy place. It’s also a night that families are forced to spend tremendous amounts of money on.
By Grace Levy
Novato high school senior Connor Raiger said it best; “If you don’t want to have sex at prom, don’t have sex. If you want to have sex at prom, have safe sex.”
By Regina Sanchez
With dead week and finals just around the corner, many Novato High students have hit a low point in their motivation to get through the hardest week yet.
These two weeks are prime time for students to cram everything they’ve learned throughout the school year into their heads. However, during this time students are filled with so much unnecessary stress, so this survival guide should get you through this challenging time.
By Emma Wynkoop
We’ve grown up reliant on the school system to teach us to talk, read, and solve basic problems in the world, but suddenly after senior year, we are thrown out of the nest and forced to fly on our own.
By Zoe Hyland
Whether you want to face the facts or not, cheating has become the norm for many students at Novato High School. Cheating on exams, homework and projects often occurs right under the noses of administrators and teachers. The ways in which people cheat are profuse yet extremely ingenious.
By Nathan Hunter
Nate Hunter answers the big questions from Novato High students.
By Kim Tran
When Novato High students and teachers have free time, they usually go straight to their phones. Some people use their phones for social media and texting, while other people use them to play games. I set out on a quest to find out what mobile phone games Novato High students and teachers play in their spare time.
By Dharma Bartram
After four years of preparation and a fall semester full of applications, the time of year has arrived when many seniors will choose where and how they will spend the next several years of their young adulthood. Acceptances and rejections are part of the process of discovering the best fit for the college years.
By Juliet Aguilera
High school can be very stressful for students, which could potentially lead to mental health issues. Students have to juggle school, work, friends, sports and family while trying to figure out the future. Depression and anxiety have become more prevalent among students as the school load and other factors in life seem to build up, leaving many without space to breathe.