The track team was one of many spring sports to have their season shortened this year due to coronavirus warnings that eventually lead to the school’s closure.
By Halle Fukawa
Gabrielino High School’s virtual graduation will be held on June 12 at 6:00 p.m. The video event will be hosted on Youtube Premium and will include student speakers, personalized messages from the seniors, and a roll call. Continue reading
With the coronavirus pandemic, schools all over the country have converted to online learning. Since the San Gabriel Unified School District (SGUSD) announced that students at Gabrielino High School would be working from home, the grading policy has been changed from what they had originally announced. The most recent revisions made to the grading policy are the most effective for the current circumstances since they benefit students with already high grades and give an opportunity to those who wish to raise their grades.
By Ivy Kwok
At first, I was relieved. No school for at least a month felt like the break I needed from senior year.
By Annica Wu
Having an excess of free time sounds like a dream, until it happens. Over time, I have simply run out of things to do. But the worst part of having a lot of time is not being able to spend it with people.
By Jaclyn Quan
In early March, a viral video was posted on Twitter which showed a male subway rider in New York City standing from his seat and yelling at a fellow passenger, who was of Asian descent, across from him to move away. When the passenger did not respond, the male rider took out a Febreze freshener and sprayed it in the passenger’s direction. NBC New York reported that an investigation of the incident has been launched by the NYPD Hate Crime Task Force since the video’s release.
By Michelle Dang
Since the beginning of this societal seclusion, everything has felt like a fever dream. I sleep, I wake up, I eat; repeat. It never occurred to me that the world was actually changing and that everything I had looked forward to as a senior would be taken away.
By Halle Fukawa
As I am writing this column, I have become starkly aware of the fact that I cannot remember the last time I actually ate breakfast on this kitchen table. After three years of grabbing the most convenient snack I could find and eating it while walking out the front door, sitting down and eating a bowl of cereal feels nostalgic.
By Raymond Tran
For any high school student, waking up at noon, staying in pajamas all day, and doing work at a personalized pace sounds like paradise. However, as I soon realized, staying home all day is not ideal.
By Kayla Gochez
Eat. Sleep. Wake up. Repeat.
This is what my life has consisted of the past month of being away from school. My days are on a monotonous repeat of the day before and the day before that and so on.
By Cassidy Lee
Since the coronavirus lockdown was announced, I have been stuck at home with not much to do. At the beginning, I went from binging Netflix shows to repeatedly cleaning my room in order to pass time. However, as the weeks went on, I realized that, aside from completing my homework, there were more productive things I could be doing.