Monthly Archives: November 2017

Food builds community

By Jon Garvin, Kai Lock, Ethan Sheppy, Skylar Peters and Malia Vaea Staff Writers Walking through Redwood City, you notice a bunch of smiling faces, people quickly getting from place to place, and, most importantly, many restaurants that have become a staple in the local community. These local restaurants have become a major factor in allowing Redwood City to come

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Student shares his story of art

By Valerie Chagoya Staff Writer Christopher Zuniga is a junior currently attending Summit Public School: Rainier. He’s been taking art classes for two years and has sketched as a hobby since he was around 12 years old. 1.Why are you interested in art?  “It’s the best way to express yourself,” Zuniga said. “Art gives you lots of freedom, and you can

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A Dreamer speaks out

By Nicolas Medina Staff Writer Angel Barragan, a Spanish teacher at Summit Public School: Rainier in San Jose, gave his perspective on being a Dreamer and the Trump Administration’s policy of ending DACA. DACA stands for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. DACA is a program for undocumented immigrants who were brought to the U.S. before they were 16 to work,

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Immigrant DACA recipient speaks on current issues regarding immigration

By Giovanni Ochoa Staff Writer Angel Barragan is a Spanish teacher at Summit Public School: Rainier in San Jose. He moved to the United States from Mexico when he was 10 years old. He has been protected under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, otherwise known as DACA, for the past couple of years, and it being removed has affected him

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