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Homecoming is going to be haunted

Homecoming is going to be haunted

Story by Devlin Ott, Online Editor/ Photo Editor

October 15, 2019

SDA’s annual Homecoming dance, taking place in several locations with a 'Haunted Hoco' theme, is this Friday from 7-10 pm. According to ASB Director Rod Keillor, this year's dance "will have lots of great activities." Similar to last year's dance, it will be taking place around the courtyard of the ...

Pokemon Reveals New Galarian Ponyta

Pokemon Reveals New Galarian Ponyta

Story by Jeffrey Furgerson, CAF Editor

October 14, 2019

On November 15th, Pokemon Sword and Shield will be available for purchase all around the world. As we get closer and closer to this date, the company releases new Pokemon, in-game footage, and new game mechanics to help fuel trainers’ excitement.  On October 4th, Pokemon decided to give fans a sneak peak of the...

I tried every flavor of Cup Noodles the 99c store sells

I tried every flavor of Cup Noodles the 99c store sells

Story by Isabella Ferrea, Staff Writer

October 8, 2019

#1: Cup Noodles, "Very Veggie" chicken flavor “It’s greeeeeen” Taste: broccoli, corn, hot carrots, chicken broth, rubber Texture: rubber, wet paper, somewhat noodle/broccoli Smell: broccoli, corn, hot towel Presentation: veggies appear dry, crusty, and stale; once rehydrated, b...

Say hello to “The Farewell”

Say hello to “The Farewell”

Story by Kylie Schwartz, Features Editor

September 25, 2019

I never much liked foreign films. The majority of small innuendos, the little details that truly make up a movie, I would end up missing. When the lights came up and the credits gave way to a massive gray canvas, I would have to leave all my lingering questions behind and simply rejoin the culture a...

Why you should (maybe) watch the Bachelor

Why you should (maybe) watch the Bachelor

Story by Leela Miller, Staff Writer

September 23, 2019

Drama. Heartbreak. Extravagant dates. Excessive alcohol consumption. Big personalities. Tabloid scandals. Even those who have never watched “The Bachelor” or “The Bachelorette” have probably glanced over enough “People Magazine” covers in grocery store checkout lines to have had some sm...

Minecraft Bees: They’re too big

Minecraft Bees: They’re too big

Story by Jeffrey Furgerson and Victoria Lee

September 19, 2019

POV: You're trying to enjoy a peaceful game of Minecraft. When suddenly, you round the corner and there it is: the thing you’ve been trying to escape all day. A gang of big a-word bees barrelling towards you, each bee the size of a bowling ball. The sheer mass of one bee is just astounding; it’s ...

‘Good Boys’ was almost as good as it seemed

‘Good Boys’ was almost as good as it seemed

Story by Matthew Hagan, Staff Writer

September 19, 2019

So… funny story for you all. Recently, whenever I’ve gone to see movies, I’ve gone with a British friend of mine named Nic. When we went to see “Midsommar,” the Ari Aster directed film about American college students visiting a Pagan village, the trailer for “Good Boys” played before it. The...

The Welcome Back dance is going to be out of this world

The Welcome Back dance is going to be out of this world

Story by Kate Paxton, Staff Writer

September 17, 2019

This Friday, September 20, is the Welcome Back Dance. The theme will be Area 51- Outer Space Aliens, inspired by the area 51 raid phenomenon.  For the first time ever, it will take place in front of the Arts and Humanities building. It will be from 7-10pm. According to ASB Director Rod Keillor, there w...

Campus is now sprinkled with new sculptures

Campus is now sprinkled with new sculptures

Story by Benjamin Deák, Staff Writer

September 11, 2019

For a long time, the arts have been an important part of the culture of San Dieguito Academy. One needs only to take a walk through campus to understand how the murals and artistic pieces scattered about contribute to SDA’s unique environment. Zach Ramirez, AP Studio Art and Sculpture teacher wants to maint...

Wind Ensembles take on John William’s classics

Wind Ensembles take on John William’s classics

Story by Alexis Price, Online Sports Editor

May 23, 2019

Nostalgic melodies and excerpts from the classic soundtracks of John William’s movies filled the gym on Wednesday as the San Dieguito Academy Wind Ensembles ended their last concert of the year playing these warming pieces. Throughout the night, band students were awarded with a variety of honors - from...

SDA nominated for 2019 Broadway San Diego Awards

SDA nominated for 2019 Broadway San Diego Awards

Story by Manelle Touzni, Staff Writer

May 15, 2019

SDA’s Theater and Music department was nominated for the 2019 Broadway San Diego Awards earlier this week. They were nominated in two categories: Mamma Mia for best musical, and Lily Blackman, as Sophie, and Jillian Strattman, as Donna, for best actress. They will compete in the main event at...

Prom: Across the bay

Prom: Across the bay

Story by Alex Storer and Devlin Ott

May 14, 2019

On Saturday, May 18th SDA will be having its prom on the Hornblower Cruise ship which will be cruising San Diego Bay from 7:30-11pm. This year, the theme is The Great Gatsby, so get out your jazzy instruments and sail on over to West Egg. Prom this year has a plethora of events to explore over the seve...

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