The Casa Revista

Mr. Rolle inspects brake grinder with students.

Autoshop

November 5, 2019

Stepping into the Gaucho Garage for the first time can be overwhelming for some. The sound of lifts risi...

Inktober

Inktober

October 22, 2019

Artists, recreational and professional alike, struggle to schedule the time to focus and improve their...

Photo by Violet Wang

New School Year, New Admin

October 6, 2019

 The start of a new school year often creates change on campus, yet this year, the change is substa...

An Alternate Path For Discipline

An Alternate Path For Discipline

May 26, 2019

By changing the way that authority figures in schools react to kids actions and consequently changing the way punishment is pursued, restorative justice is the key to building a broader sense of community within schools and homes.

A student puts her final touches on her letter before sending it off

International Pen Pals: Beyond Letters

May 22, 2019

Many students on campus take classes at some point during their high school careers to learn a foreign language. With that, one of the best ways to learn a foreign language is to practice. Students in Kim Fowler’s Spanish two class have been fortunate enough to authentically practice their best Spanish: they have been writing and receiving pen pal letters with high school students in Spain.

Sister Scandal

Sister Scandal

May 18, 2019

Since Westbrook’s video, Charles has lost over three million subscribers on his Youtube channel, and 400k followers on Instagram, with A-listers as Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Iggy Azalea, Demi Lovato, and Shawn Mendes, and former friends Emma Chamberlain, and Ethan and Grayson Dolan unfollowing him. While Charles’ business ties and contracts with Morphe and Ulta remain to be intact, his merch line Sister’s Apparel seems to no longer be in production.

The public gathered on Water Street to watch Goggin set up a model of what his piece will look like.

Public Art Sparks National Controversy

April 19, 2019

In 2005, the Petaluma Public Art Ordinance organized a “master plan” to implement a public art program in Petaluma. 14 years, $150,000, and one Wall Street Journal article later, Petaluma has received national attention for an art project involving five bathtubs on 17 to 23-foot poles. On March 14, the project was appealed by Petaluma citizens; thus, the city has instructed any work to halt.

Ensemble members rarely remain stagnant, often times moving to communicate with one another respecting tempo changes or to clarify who will solo next.

Student Jazz Combo Supplies Service and Soundtrack to Community

April 18, 2019

The recent growth for the school’s dynamic music program, which emphasizes concert, choral, and jazz performance, is due in part to the emerge of student-organized jazz combos.

Alejandro Paredes examines how masculinity is defined in different societies.

Examining Masculinity

April 2, 2019

The concept of masculinity has grasped a diverse range of meanings throughout the course of time. The saying ...

A small, quaint picnic area located on the Savannah Trail.

A Walk at Helen Putnam

March 16, 2019

Spring has sprung in Southern Sonoma County. Here's a look at the spring colors at Helen Putnam Regional Park on West Side Petaluma, a popular spot for hiking for locals and tourists alike.

Audio Ephemera:

Audio Ephemera: “The Petalumans”

March 14, 2019

It all started with a story, or rather, a listener. Andy Sewell is an artist of sound and he strives...

Fencing and archery are traditional sports from the Dark Ages that have made a resurgence in recent years.

Medieval Pastimes

March 12, 2019

The popularity drawn to sporting events allowed people of all social classes to be able to gain a rank, earn land, and improve their overall quality of life.

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