The Casa Revista

Before The World Went Quiet

Before The World Went Quiet

May 10, 2020

Before classes were only through the webcams of our laptops, emails became the main form of teac...

Photo by Lindsey Crawford

Adoption During Quarantine

April 17, 2020

With the outbreak of Covid-19 spreading rapidly across the globe, the normality of society has nearly...

Blazes and Blackouts

Blazes and Blackouts

October 24, 2019

Pacific Gas & Electric Company, a utility service provider based in San Francisco, has planned t...

Comfort Food

Comfort Food

October 7, 2019

Della Fattoria is a charming café, bakery, and restaurant located in downtown Petaluma. Since its op...

Restructure and Redesign

Kayla Alcorcha and Nathan Bingham

May 28, 2019

The Gaucho Gazette, the newspaper you are holding in your hands right now, will cease to exist after this semester; the publication will continue as a magazine starting next fall. Although journalism as a concept will never disappear, the field is rapidly changing to accommodate the comfortability of the average reader. Sim...

JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA - JULY 19: An aerial view of the poor black squatter camp Kya Sands, home to South Africans and many African Immigrants on July 19, 2018 in Johannesburg, South Africa. Across the road Bloubusrand, a middle class area with larger houses and swimming pools. South Africa has one of the highest income differences in the world and the country is struggling with a high unemployment rate and low growth rate. (Photo by Per-Anders Pettersson/Getty Images)

Born “Free”

May 27, 2019

As of the end of April, the dismantling of apartheid in South Africa happened a quarter of a century...

Stand Out Senior Projects

Stand Out Senior Projects

April 13, 2019

Senior projects with an emphasis on social change are on the rise with two notable examples on display: one depicts the achievements and unique qualities of the school on the west wall of the art wing and the other is a profound statement displaying the prevalence of rape culture.

Thrift Shop Fanatics

Lucia Garay, Page editor

February 6, 2019

Petaluma is a city steeped in small-town charm and quaint Northern California charisma. With a nationally-recognized restaurant scene and a recent awarding as one of the “10 coolest small towns in America” by Budget Travel, Petaluma has evolved into a bustling tourist destination with easy access to San Francisco and Wine Country....

Painting Over the Stigma of Street Art

Painting Over the Stigma of Street Art

January 15, 2019

Street art is a common sight throughout urban areas yet street art has various connotations ranging from graffiti tagged along the sides of rural sections to murals painted on developed city buildings. With these urban art installations becoming a popular trend in many cities the question arises: what exactly is the difference between graffiti and street art?

Military recruiters are finding decreasing numbers of high school students interested in joining the military.

Rocky Recruitment: Climbing Recruiters

November 12, 2018

Since 1969, the United States Military Force has progressively seen a decline in its size; according to Dave Coleman, author of History in Pieces, it reached its lowest point in the 21st century. The branch taking the biggest hit in the number of recruits is also the country's oldest: the Army.

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Nathan Bingham