By Sierra Maciorowski It’s rare to find a translated book that copies precisely the feeling of the original language, but The Land of Green Plums manages to do just that. Author Herta Muller, with unnatural punctuation and startling imagery, conveys the lack of clarity which Romania faced under former leader [...]
By Jess O'Connor On Friday, January 31st, SA Theater Director Jenifer Cote set out with 11 students on what promised to be a weekend filled with excitement. This year, Sonoma Academy participated in the 58th Annual Lenaea Theatre Festival, a high school theatre competition in Folsom, California. In the competition, [...]
By Elizabeth Kolling An exotic breed that was originally isolated in the ancient deserts of the Middle East, Arabian horses are now found all over the world. Known for their incredible endurance, intelligence, and gentle temperament, these amazing creatures are shown in competitive events, displaying both athletic and disciplinary talents [...]
By Juliet Daniel An American Apparel advertisement for a flannel shirt shows a man sitting by a window, shirt buttoned up and tucked in, hands in pockets, looking relatively normal. An advertisement by the same company for the same shirt depicts a woman stretched out in front of a [...]
Rachael Anderson says diabetes is not a barrier to a busy teen life.
If there's one word to define this generation, it's 'distracted.'
Michela Pearson has challenging assignment of getting peers interested in poetry.
DEAR READERS: What bugs you about your generation?
The cool thing about life, says Cristal Chavez, is that "there's so much out there that I don't know."
DEAR STRAIGHT TALK: This year, I want to lose weight.