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Playlist of the Week

Playlist of the Week

By Emily Chang, Executive Editor

April 13, 2015

https://play.spotify.com/user/wwhorizon/playlist/0sXE68dGPOhz04M0diEPDh Compiled by Reporter Emily Chang

Playlist of the Week

Playlist of the Week

By Shruti Patil

April 7, 2015

https://play.spotify.com/user/wwhorizon/playlist/2YPKsQ6sSccTcl03tkfpMQ Compiled by Reporter Shruti Patil

Playlist of the Week

Playlist of the Week

By Emily Chang, Executive Editor

March 25, 2015

https://play.spotify.com/user/wwhorizon/playlist/2rWJvATu96jMy0mFILPrL8 Compiled by Reporter Emily Chang

Playlist of the Week

Playlist of the Week

By Shreya Dasari, Editor in Chief

March 10, 2015

We hope you enjoy this edition of the playlist of the week comprised of picks from our Assistant Editor-in-Chief. Be sure to follow wwhorizon on Spotify to see our Playlist of the Week as soon as we create it! https://play.spotify.com/user/wwhorizon/playlist/59gC1ACQci63SPE6zAMjbF

LGBT+ Student Shares Experiences

LGBT+ Student Shares Experiences

By Mackenzie Farkus, Editor in Chief

March 9, 2015

Being in high school is tough for most anyone, but identifying as LGBT+* can lead to unique obstacles many peers won’t ever have to experience. Read More »...

Playlist of the Week

Playlist of the Week

By Shreya Dasari, Editor in Chief

March 6, 2015

The Horizon staff is proud to present the newest addition to our site, the Playlist of the Week. Read More »

Student Creates App for Latino Community

Student Creates App for Latino Community

By Shefali Arimilli, Managing Editor

December 9, 2014

Danny Lang ‘16 had a very busy but successful summer. He attended the Junior Summer Program held by the National Hispanic Institute called the Lorenzo de Zavala Youth Legislative Session. Lang first joined this organization in his freshman year after receiving a letter. At first, he was skeptica...

Student Raises “Cookies 4A Cause”

Patel attends the 2014 Fall Fest in Canyon Creek to sell cookies. She donated about $100							to ADAPT.

By Devika Patel, Heritage Portraits & Ads Editor

October 29, 2014

This past weekend at the Canyon Creek Fall Fest, Khira Patel ‘18 raised about $100 through her organization, Cookies 4A Cause, for the American Disabled for Accessible Public Transit (ADAPT) organization. Read More »...

Student Wins $10,000 Nordstrom Scholarship

Student Wins $10,000 Nordstrom Scholarship

By Khira Patel, Heritage Portraits & Ads Editor

October 23, 2014

Out of 10,000 initial applicants, Nitya Rayapati ‘15 rose to the top, taking home a $10,000 Nordstrom scholarship to help fund her college tuition. Read More »...

Special Olympics Athlete Receives Varsity Jacket

Special Olympics Athlete Receives Varsity Jacket

By Shefali Arimilli, Managing Editor

October 14, 2014

Sept. 26 was a very rewarding day for Josh Budd ‘15. After competing in five area tournaments and three state competitions, Budd earned himself a Letterman jacket. Budd placed first in track and field and soccer. His two favorite sports are bowling and soccer but he competes in bowling, basketball, s...

Student Excels at Composition

Student Excels at Composition

By Emily Chang, Executive Editor

September 15, 2014

Contributions by Shruti Patil Dvorak began playing the violin at age six; Bach began studying music at ten; Mozart began composing music at four. Although her name is not yet amongst the legends, junior Sophie Mathieu began playing the piano at the tender age of 6. Since then, she took up the cello a...

Trick or Treat?

By Shreya Dasari, Editor in Chief

October 31, 2013

Almost everyone celebrates Halloween in one fashion or another but few people know its significance. Most of our traditions today come from past practices. The Gaelic and Welsh believed that this time or year marked the end of the harvest season and the beginning of the winter. It was thought that in t...

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