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Vegetarian Lunches at Sobrato: An Inside Look

Sonjya Endres

May 31, 2016

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Vegetarians need to start questioning and commenting to be more reformative and revolutionary. Then the cafeteria will conform to a more vegetarian friendly options.

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Bash on Trash

Fatima Perello

May 6, 2016

Filed under Opinion

That is to say, every student, every teacher, every staff needs to participate as we try to improve the school.

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The Benefits of Studying Abroad

Viviana Reyes

March 15, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Choosing this temporary lifestyle could really be one of the most incredible, interesting, and fulfilling experiences a high school student could expose themselves to.

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Sobrato’s Dress Code

Lauren Akin

June 4, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Summer is finally here and that means it is time to cover up. Don’t worry girls, the finger tip length is now gone and all shorts and pants have to go to your ankles, or else you will be considered scandalous. We are still li...

Juniors’ Hectic Testing Schedule

Vidyun Bais

June 4, 2014

Filed under News, Opinion

Juniors were incredibly stressed out this year with teachers cracking down and intensely reviewing for AP exams, STAR testing, and Common Core testing. Whereas previously juniors only took the STAR (CST) exams at the end of t...

Survival Guide to Final Exams

Zack Goller

June 4, 2014

Filed under News, Opinion

Tired of school yet? Well, don’t sleep now because final exams that are worth at least a fifth of your grade are about to be forced into your already hectic schedules! No big deal, right? Actually, contrary to what most might think...

Change in schedule for AP testing was not helpful for students

Lauren Akin

June 4, 2014

Filed under News, Opinion

Did the change of schedule during AP testing really help AP students?  As we all know, the schedule from May 5 to May 16 changes. Instead of having 1-6 on only Monday and block schedule the rest of the week, we had 1-6 on Mo...

The Cons of Rallies

Zack Goller, The Bark Reporter

May 8, 2014

Filed under Opinion, Student Life

Every year, ASB puts together three rallies (Fall Homecoming, Spring Homecoming, and Battle of the Sexes) to achieve a specific purpose. “The purpose of rallies is to create energy and excitement for the school,” said Marla Carro...

ASB Elections Should Not Take Away Tutorial Time

Zack Goller, The Bark Reporter

April 17, 2014

Filed under Opinion

The new school year has definitely stood out from the previous years in terms of how classes were scheduled. This year was more unique than previous years because it brought us a four day block schedule that provides us with thre...

Advisory Helpful but Inconsistent?

Zack Goller, The Bark Reporter

April 15, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Every Tuesday after third period, students gather in small groups of around 20 students in a period known as Advisory. Every week during Advisory, there is a specific life lesson from student leaders that attempt to help thes...

Is Battle of the Sexes Offensive?

Eliza Racine, The Bark Reporter

April 10, 2014

Filed under Opinion

Every year in the spring, Sobrato’s ASB holds the Battle of the Sexes. It is a spirit week pitting boys against girls in a friendly competition. It has become a tradition ever since the school opened ten years ago, and the stud...

When Being an Adult…

John Wilson, The Bark Reporter

February 25, 2014

Filed under Opinion

For many students, turning 18 can be a turning point in their lives. A time where some can enjoy many new freedoms and have the sense of “adulthood.” But are you really an adult if you turn 18 while still in high school? The...

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