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Las Lomas Walkout

At 9:45 today many students gathered in the rally court to protest the election of Donald Trump. Many then walked off campus and towards the City Council Building in downtown Walnut Creek. The students only ended up reaching the Walnut Creek Police D...


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Pineapple Club is Back!

By Gillian Major Pineapple club had their first meeting on December 6 in room 515. It’s a place where people of all different background, culture, and origin come together to meet and learn about each other. “Pineapple Club is a club where...


Drama Department’s Fall Production

by Juliana Filipenko A new school year not only means new students, new classes, and new changes to the school overall, but it also means new headlines for the Las Lomas Drama Department. This fall, new endeavors are being pursued department-wide wi...


Volunteer Fair

On Tuesday, November 15, representatives from different community service organizations came to Las Lomas to recruit students to help in upcoming volunteer events. According to College and Career Counselor Ellen Smith, the Volunteer Fair start...


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Sports

Las Lomas students take on martial arts

By Antonio Scardina Though not a typical interscholastic section of sports, martial arts have an extensive following of students and teenagers throughout schools across the world. From pre-kindergartners to working professionals, self-defense of...


Boys volleyball begins

By Addie Lopshire-Bratt and Gabbi Heitmann   Boys Volleyball had their first game on Tuesday March 10, 2015. They beat Antioch in four sets. They lost the first set 22-25, but they stepped up their game and won the next three 25-23, 25-22,...


It’s all about the climb

by MacKenzie Owens and Tanvi Saran   Freshman Jen Katzer has been a rock climbing fanatic since she was a toddler. Her father is also an avid rock climber, who inspired her to take up this hobby. She thoroughly enjoys climbing: It requires...


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Las Lomas Art Fair

by Sofia Monroy courtesy of Julia Tarter   On Friday November 18, there was an art fair in room 701. Upbeat music was playing as students streamed in during lunch to look at the pieces of art, both 2D and 3D, that students had been workin...


The Scoop on the New Science Building

by Courtni Branch     “Even before the the S.T.E.M. movement in our society, and the high interest in taking science, there was a need and a recognition that Las Lomas needed additional science classrooms.” said Principal Campbell.     “A...


Chromebooks, Laptops, or iPads?

by Saharuss Jiradejvong Chromebooks have recently been on rise, quickly replacing laptops and iPads in Las Lomas. Just at our school, we have recently purchased three hundred seventy seven new chromebooks, two carts of new iPads, and barely any lap...


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Opinions & Columns

Do you know what’s Great?

by Blair Selph      Do you know what’s great? Nostalgia. For the few that don’t know the word, nostalgia is defined as a warm feeling or desire for times long gone or positive memories of the past. Nostalgia feels like a weight has been lifted from you, like you’re safe and at home. Reboot...


From Walnut Creek to British Columbia and between

by Quinn McMillian I was born at California Pacific Medical Center in San Francisco on a surprisingly sunny Sunday morning at 5:00 am on December 26. I was born to my mother, who is a Canadian permanent resident, and my father, an American citizen. We lived in a tiny apartment on a tiny street. Af...


Donald Trump: the good, the bad, the orange

by Jacob Ellis and Damian Guzman If five years ago, in the heyday of the reality T.V. show “The Apprentice,” someone said that Donald Trump may one day run for president, they would sooner be praised as a comic genius than be sought out for political premonitions. Unfortunately, the unthinkable...


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1460 S. Main Street

Two People Meeting Again

by Aisha Horley Dear Diary, It is 3:09, the bell has just rung and students are hurriedly trying to escape their classrooms. Right by the gymnasium two people are running towards each other. They embrace and the loneliness hanging steady...


Broadway Plaza Endeavors

Dear diary, Scurrying along he shops of Broadway Shoppers are ready to seize the day Faces are filled with gleam Gripping Starbucks cups emitting steam Hearing the clang of steel being dropped as the construction goes on People are ...


Las Lomas at Night

by Quinn McMillian   Dear Diary:   walking across campus on a Tuesday night It's 8:30 pm. everything is still the voices of the students walking in the hallway earlier that day haunt you you feel their anx...


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Entertainment

Footloose at Las Lomas

by  Justine Leinen Upbeat music, neon costumes, and crazy choreography were all included in the Stars 2000 production of Footloose at Las Lomas. Maggie Blecha talked about her favorite part in the show. She particularly enjoyed the m...


A Day in the Mission & Haight of SF

by Tanvi Saran & Julia Ju 1. Andytown On a corner in the Sunset near Ocean Beach is the quaint and hip cafe called Andytown Coffee Roasters, famous for pushing the limits with how they make their coffee. The Snowy Plover, consisting of carbonat...


Friends bond over music

by Emma Heidt On a recent Sunday afternoon, Las Lomas juniors Sam Knapp, Holden Ganch, and myself walked into Sam’s living room. When I first got there, I had no idea what to expect. I didn’t know if they were going to be good or absolutely hor...


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