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After Sofias received her award, many staff members and close classmates  celebrated this remarkable accomplishment with her.
Segerstrom’s first nationally recognized journalist
Joshua Vu, News Editor • February 19, 2024

Due to the school’s admiration for Staff Writer Sofia Nevarez’s recent article, it has been awarded as one of the “Best of SNO.” With Sofia’s brilliant writing skills and eagerness, she has brought...

Dr. Sabba Quidwai calls up students to share their groups rose, buds, and thorns representations with the others.
Arts Student Union kicks off with first meeting
Haven Santana, Cartoonist, Staff Writer • February 13, 2024

The Arts Student Union is an SAUSD program with the mission of fueling creativity and the arts in students. The program brings different students from different schools together to talk about the importance...

Segerstrom seniors attend the assembly to learn about upcoming events this semester.
Overview of Senior Assembly
Sofia Nevarez, Staff Writer • February 7, 2024

On Wednesday, January 10, an assembly was held in the gym for the class of 2024. The assembly's objective was to inform students about upcoming senior-exclusive events and provide details regarding the...

The only thing on seniors minds at Segerstrom is applying to colleges. These seniors enjoy working together on applications during lunch. Dimitri Sydoruk (Left), Dev Vasu (Top right), Nikolai Caro (Middle Left).
Segerstrom seniors navigating the road to college
Desiree Soto, Intern Staff Writer • January 31, 2024

With all of the applications submitted for the 2024 fall semester of college, many seniors–including those at Segerstrom High School–have experienced tremendous stress. Most of them have struggled...

Segerstrom High School student Joshua Vu (12), captured creating a hall pass.
Introduction to Minga Digital Hall Passes
Natalie Ramos, Pollster, Staff Writer • January 26, 2024

The future of public education is becoming increasingly digital by the minute. Our society is constantly changing and evolving. On January 16, Segerstrom High School set out a new requirement for digital...

Season 1, Episode 1
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February 13, 2024

How do you feel about the new hall passes?

Word on the Street: Season 3, Episode 3
November 29, 2023

What are you thankful for and why?

Jags Talk Season 2, Episode 6
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Jags Talk Season 2, Episode 5: Winter Break
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Ms. Kohlhase is passionate about both the outdoors and swimming. Spearfishing is just one of the many hobbies Ms. Kohlhase loves.
New environmental science teacher makes a splash at Segerstrom
Joshua Vu, News Editor • February 29, 2024

Following the retirement of Environmental Science teacher and lacrosse coach, Michael Vanags, we would soon see the transfer of Segerstrom’s...

After Sofias received her award, many staff members and close classmates  celebrated this remarkable accomplishment with her.
Segerstrom’s first nationally recognized journalist
Joshua Vu, News Editor • February 19, 2024

Due to the school’s admiration for Staff Writer Sofia Nevarez’s recent article, it has been awarded as one of the “Best of SNO.” With...

Only a small group of students have jobs, but school-wide businesses prove equally rewarding and delicious.
On-campus entrepreneurs and Segerstrom’s hand in promoting business
Jocelyn Alvarez-Garcia, A&E Editor • February 13, 2024

Entrepreneurship is the art of making something out of nothing. It is an act our fellow Segerstrom students have successfully partaken in during...

Two Med Scholars Society members collaborate on the first frog dissection during a club meeting.
Newest club on campus for aspiring medical field workers
Bushra Syed, Editor-in-chief of Print Media • February 2, 2024

The Med Scholars Society, a club offered at Segerstrom, was recently established at the beginning of this school year by Diana Guillen (12) and...

The Kansas City Chiefs squared off with the San Francisco 49s at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas on Febraury 11, 2024. In the end, the Chiefs defeated the 49ers 22-25. (Image Courtesy of Amin Eshaiker, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons)
Super Bowl LVIII Review
Jacob Sandoval, Sports Editor • February 27, 2024

Super Bowl LVIII brought two powerhouses to the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas. Held on February 11, 2024, the San Francisco 49ers went up against...

The Divisional Round will take place on the weekend of January 20th to see which of these four teams will advance to the Championship Round.
Road to Superbowl LVIII
Jacob Sandoval, Sports Editor • January 23, 2024

The NFL regular season has concluded; now it is time for the playoffs. The Wild Card Round began on January 13, 2023, and ended on January 15,...

The girls water polo team is practicing for their home opener against Trabuco Hills.
What to look forward to as winter sports season begins
Jacob Sandoval and Celeste Carmona November 16, 2023

As fall sports have ended, athletes in winter sports have already begun preparing for the season. The winter sports contain both boys and girls...

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Ariana Grandes newest single Yes, And? received 11.2 million plays in the first 24 hours of its release, making it her largest debut on Spotify.
Ariana Grande releases brand new song “Yes, And?”
Fernando Torres Catalan, Staff Writer • February 6, 2024

On January 12, 2024, singer Ariana Grande released her new single "Yes, and?" after not having released a single since "Die For You (Remix)"...

With Cabaret Night coming up, Choir rehearses their songs all together in the theater.
A preview of choir’s Cabaret Night
Bellasophia Padron and Nataly Macuil January 19, 2024

On January 19, the Segerstrom Choir will perform a Cabaret Night in the theater. The atmosphere will be filled with various songs and a special...

When Life Gives You Chaos Issue #3
When Life Gives You Chaos Issue #3
Ana Maria Santana, Cartoonist • January 19, 2024

First person shooters (FPS) and battle royale are the main genres in the Horror game competition.
The transition to horror games
Joshua Vu, News Editor • December 14, 2023

For the past couple of years, the battle royale genre has dominated the video game industry. While still prominent today, there is a contender...

Thanksgiving is annually beloved for its theme of family, thankfulness and food.
Thanksgiving, an overshadowed holiday
Joshua Vu, News Editor • November 17, 2023

Across the United States, millions of families celebrate Thanksgiving every year, whether that be through family gatherings, a lavish feast,...

This years theme for Red Ribbon Week is Be Kind to Your Mind.
A brief history of Red Ribbon Week
Joshua Vu, News Editor • November 3, 2023

Across the United States, Red Ribbon Week is recognized for its promotion against drugs. Every year, it begins on October 23rd and ends on October...

Sparking conversations about blindness spreads awareness and makes the world a more accessible place.
Visually impaired student answers FAQs about blindness
Sofia Nevarez, Staff Writer • October 27, 2023

Most Segerstrom students have spotted me navigating campus with my white cane. Sometimes, they nearly collide with me and stammer a horrified...

The demonstration was organized by Teens For Gun Reform, an organization created by students in the Washington DC area, in the wake ofthe February 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.
Another day, another death: the life of a child in America
Luis Gutierrez, Staff Writer • May 17, 2023

Not only as a current student but also as a child living in the United States, the issues revolving around the decades of gun violence have affected...

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