SAN JOSE, CALIF. — As an avid “Gilmore Girls” fan, I chose to take Journalism for my freshman elective because it played a significant part in my life. It introduced me to […]
Nguyen Le, the aspiring macaron baker
SAN JOSE, CALIF. — Last year, Nguyen Le, a freshman, decided to take on the trickiest challenge in baking: making macarons. Being one of her favorite desserts, Le wanted to be able […]
Anna Delvey – Hero or Fraud?
SAN JOSE, CALIF. — In Feb. of 2022, Netflix released a new series called “Inventing Anna”, and it has stirred up talks about the fake socialite, Anna Delvey. She is famed for […]
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Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly’s engagement shocks fan
SAN JOSE, CALIF. — On Jan. 11, Megan Fox posted her proposal in Puerto Rico with Machine Gun Kelly on Instagram with a baffling caption. Kelly’s engagement ring was designed to hurt […]
What SC staff and students think about staying in-person after another COVID breakout
SAN JOSE, CALIF. — Even with the rising COVID cases and discovery of Omicron, recently the Santa Clara Office of Education and the Public Health Department decided to keep schools open. They […]
Top Books Read by Silver Creek This Nov.
By Tina Le SAN JOSE, CALIF.— As the cold approaches and the nights grow longer, Nov. is the perfect time for reading, according to book lovers. Jessica Stahlke, an English teacher, is […]
Inside Arlyse Bunao’s wardrobe
SAN JOSE, CALIF.— Arlyse Bunao, a freshman at Silver Creek High School, has always been fascinated with fashion since she was young. “I started liking fashion through anime. I liked the character […]
Huntington Beach oil spill and the unsustainability of fossil fuels
By: Tina Le Oct. 12, 2021 SAN JOSE, CALIF. — On Oct. 3, the coastline of Huntington beach was contaminated with 126,000 gallons of crude oil, making it one of the biggest […]