by Sasha Ryu Today, we asked people on campus, “What does Pride Day mean to you?” Here’s what they had to say! “To me, Pride Day is about the LGBT+ students at LGHS […]
By Quincy Marks Public Relations Manager Alyssa Nakken made Major League Baseball history by signing a contract with the San Francisco Giants, becoming the first woman to be hired as a full-time […]
By Lucy Holland Sports Editor When you hear about the 2020 Grammys, you’re bound to hear something about the 18-year-old singer Billie Eilish. Eilish took home five awards, including Album of the […]
By Senji Torrey Sports Editor As the Super Bowl is over and people are beginning to question why the Masked Singer is somehow their favorite TV show, Europeans are turning their focus […]
by Revanth Rao National/World Editor In a horrifying and tragic turn of fate, basketball legend Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna Bryant died in a helicopter crash on Sunday, Jan. 26. The […]
By Quincy Marks Public Relations Manager On Jan. 31, the LGHS girls varsity soccer team defeated Saratoga 3-1.
Photos by Quincy Marks Public Relations Manager The LGHS varsity boys soccer team played Palo Alto on Jan. 30. Unfortunately, LG fell 3-1 to Paly.
by Sasha Ryu Sports Editor This past Friday, Sports editor Sasha Ryu sat down with LGHS faculty member, Kay Mount, to discuss Kay’s deeply moving story on coming out as a transgender woman. […]
by Sasha Ryu Sports Editor Every year, dozens of hopeful entertainers audition for a chance to perform at Thursday Night Live — the school’s biggest talent show of the year. This January, seniors […]
by Sasha Ryu Sports Editor After ten years serving in Los Gatos government, local politician Steve Leonardis abruptly vacated his seat on Town Council to accept a full-time job as Monte Sereno’s new […]