By JoJo Sanders Spoiler alert: in this comedic and sardonic take on the overplayed apocalypse genre, a few people die. On second thought, the entire human population dies, except for some actors-turned-cannibals-slash-sex-slaves, and James Franco. And a few others. To tell the truth, I was a little distracted by those [...]
By Sierra Maciorowski 1,429 people have died from the use of chemical weapons in Syria - or, at least, that’s what US Secretary of State John Kerry says - and the conflict’s death total is more than 83,000. Yet those deaths, while important, are not the sole factor to consider [...]
By Emmy O'Brien If asked at age eight what they want to be when they grow up, children will give you a “definite” answer. If asked again two days later, the answer will quite possibly be entirely different. Try asking the same question10 years later and a student will probably [...]
By Sydney Weil There has almost always been a big horseback riding community on campus. Now, those riders have a way to gain experience in a team setting and be a part of the school athletic program. This fall marks the beginning of the new Sonoma Academy Equestrian Team, the [...]
By Sierra Maciorowski A childhood spent in Gloversville, the small town which would become the basis for Russo’s future writing endeavors; a young adulthood spent around the nation as his mother’s support and companion; and an adulthood keeping together both his mother’s life and his own... these are the components [...]
By Allison Ashley This summer, Sonoma Academy junior Tucker Crull worked at an internship in San Francisco where he helped create and design the application AGOGO. The app, which was designed for easy access while driving, has podcasts, music, live radio shows, live traffic, horoscopes and articles, which it can [...]
Anyone can write a poem, but not everyone is a great poet.
Without realizing it, younger siblings may be receiving a preview to their college years.
DEAR STRAIGHT TALK: Every morning I drive my granddaughter to high school and observe all the kids, every hand gripping a cellphone.
DEAR STRAIGHT TALK: My roommate and best friend is torn between two lovers.