COVID Variant Shuts Down In-Person LumaCon
by Stella Schwappach
LumaCon, Petaluma’s annual comic convention, was moved online for the second consecutive year, this time due to rising rates of the omicron variant. Due to the January Sonoma County Health Order regulating event size, the LumaCon team chose to go virtual for the Saturday, Jan. 29 event.
Yay or Nay: Valentine’s Day Candy
by Maya Cramer
You walk out of your second grade classroom with a Valentine's Day mailbox full of
Secret to a Longer Life: A New Diet
by Stella Dowd
The false notion that meat is the best way to get protein has been sold to the public for decades by the meat industry. Advertisements heavily preach that eating beef and other animal byproducts will make you strong and athletic; however, recent studies show the opposite.
Why You Should Take Psychology
by David Cook
Throughout the first semester of my senior year, I have been writing a column inspired by psychological concepts and principles that I learned in Heather Archibald’s AP Psychology class. As class registration closes out, sophomores and juniors should certainly consider putting AP Psychology on their schedule next year.
Is it too Late to Start Playing a Sport in High School?
by Devin Ruy
Many high school students are reluctant to try out for or continue sports at the high school level. While some believe that sports will take away from academics or they will not be good enough to compete, it is almost guaranteed you will not suffer from any of them as long as the proper adjustments are made so everything can fit in your life, with the addition of sports.
New Baseball Coach Steps Up to the Plate
by Charlie Scott
Just as spring welcomes the new baseball season, the PHS baseball team welcomes Scott Osder as the new head coach.