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“Isle of Dogs” is pawsitively enjoyable

“Isle of Dogs” is pawsitively enjoyable

Michelle Wong

March 31, 2018


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, Movies, Reviews

[su_dropcap style="flat" size="4"]D[/su_dropcap]etails, as in most Wes Anderson films, aren't ignored in "Isle of Dogs” — the Oscar-nominated director's whimsical second attempt at a feature-length stop motion film. The film features all elements needed for a great production, highlighting attentive c...

A walk through Main Street Cupertino’s Pumpkin Palooza

A walk through Main Street Cupertino’s Pumpkin Palooza

Ria Kolli

November 8, 2017


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT, Entertainment featured

Festivity filled the air during Main Street Cupertino’s Pumpkin Palooza on Saturday, October 28. Kids played tic-tac-toe with pumpkins and got their faces painted, while their parents took photos to capture the moment. Frolicking under everyone’s feet were puppies dressed in costumes ranging fro...

Fighting fears

Fighting fears

Swara Tewari

September 13, 2017


Filed under FEATURES, Special

The world flies by in a blur as Lillian presses her face against the cool glass of the car window. As the seconds pass, her parents’ voices rise from a heated conversation to reverberating yells, drowning out the music. Lillian’s mind goes blank and her thoughts scatter, voices echoing in her mind. ...

San Francisco Pride: Thousands to celebrate LGBTQ community

San Francisco Pride: Thousands to celebrate LGBTQ community

Chetana Ramaiyer

June 29, 2017


Filed under NEWS

There was color everywhere — flags, capes, costumes. The street was flooded with spirited people and rainbow confetti. The smell of greasy hot dogs and buttery popcorn tempted the hungry people watching the parade in front of them. All of these hungry people were there to support the LBGTQ community...

Lost: Their last goodbyes

Lost: Their last goodbyes

Anjana Melvin

January 25, 2016


Filed under FEATURES, Lost

We lose things every day: glasses, keys, homework, money. As time goes by, we lose old friends and memories. We lose possessions. We lose relationships. But nothing quite tugs on the heartstrings like the loss of a pet— our constant companions, our very best friends. While some students had time to...

Furry Friends visit to help students de-stress

Furry Friends visit to help students de-stress

Daniel Tan

December 13, 2011


Filed under ENTERTAINMENT

An offhanded comment at the beginning of lunch on Dec. 12 explained it all: “Who let the dogs out?” The answer: senior Danielle Kim and volunteers from Furry Friends Pet Assisted Therapy Services. And they didn’t just bring a few dogs — they brought fifteen. Furry Friends is a non-profit...

Silence is golden

Silence is golden

Aafreen Mahmood

November 3, 2009


Filed under Blogs '09-'10

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