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The New Laguna

The New Laguna

Carson Bohnet, Staff January 26, 2021

With the addition of new science classrooms and lab space comes many hours of construction. The new facilities on campus will be exciting for both teachers and students, after the lengthy construction...

Undressing the Dress Code

Undressing the Dress Code

Frances Carlson and Madeleine Nicks January 26, 2021

With the first day of in-person learning, students came to school not only having to traverse around many new COVID-19 procedures, but they also had to get dressed for school that morning like...

A New Face on Campus

A New Face on Campus

Phoebe Stein and Daisy Finefrock January 26, 2021

Q. How has it been coming to a new school when the first couple of months were online? Were you able to connect with students? A: “So the day I accepted my job at Laguna was the day...

A Standing Ovation for Our Safety Helpers

A Standing Ovation for Our Safety Helpers

Cierra Nervo and Nikki Mielcarek January 25, 2021

“When we communicate with each other clearly and respectfully, we end up with better results all around. We all know how lucky we are to be on campus together, and we’re all on the same team...

#winterinstagrams

Elli Westmacott, Social Media Editor January 25, 2021

Patrick, Roarty’s son, smiles by the Christmas tree.

Welcome to the Family

Taylor Smith, Staff January 25, 2021

In times of uncertainty and fear, it is necessary to find joy in family. Four Laguna faculty did just that as they welcomed new additions to their families during the quarantine. Dana Caldwell,...

DMV Horror Stories

DMV Horror Stories

Claire Tolles, Opinion Editor January 25, 2021

Every year, a new wave of high school students painstakingly memorizes DMV pamphlets and test books, runs countless practice courses and, finally, waits in line at the Santa Barbara or Goleta...

Celebrating Holidays in Quarantine

Celebrating Holidays in Quarantine

Abby Kim, Staff January 25, 2021

Michelle Finck, Spanish Instructor “I celebrated Christmas at my parent’s house with my brother and sister. We usually go out to a nice dinner and a Christmas Eve midnight church service,...

Young Entrepreneurs

Young Entrepreneurs

Phoebe Stein, Co-Editor-in-Chief January 25, 2021

It has become a trend in the past few months, teens who put their clothes on resale websites such as DEPOP to make some quick money. However, it is much less common for teenagers to succeed...

Quarantine’s Effect on Students

Quarantine’s Effect on Students

Elli Westmacott December 1, 2020

The teenage brain is complex. Our minds are still developing, making us overly emotional, and changing the way we think. Social interactions, establishing relationships, and having healthy routines...

Sleep: Remote v. In-Person

Sleep: Remote v. In-Person

Claire Tolles December 1, 2020

It’s commonly accepted that students--teenagers--need more sleep. Their growing bodies need to rest, their expanding minds need to decompress, and their developing “body-clocks” or circadian...

Celebrating Halloween in Quarantine

Celebrating Halloween in Quarantine

Cierra Nervo October 25, 2020

Keeping our spirits high during a pandemic is tough. We can’t always do the normal things that we used to. We can’t go out to the Cinema or hang out with our friends in public places. We can’t go...

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