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Gobble Gobble

By Gloria Hernandez, Staff Reporter

December 7, 2013


Filed under Feature, Uncategorized

At one time the turkey and the bald eagle were each considered as the national symbol of America. Now the bald eagle remains as the symbol of America while the turkey is now the symbol for Thanksgiving. The first Thanksgiving was celebrated by all 13 colonies in October of 1777. In 1863 Abraham Lincoln...

The Battle of Mohi

By Megan Anderson, Staff Reporter

November 13, 2013


Filed under Feature

Sometimes, just getting up and going to school (even an amazing one like Modesto High) can be a battle. However, what our students probably don't know is that there was an actual Battle of Mohi. Though some may say it's ancient history, others may be interested to know just what fight happened with such...

Beat the Breakout

By Jason Li, Staff Reporter

November 13, 2013


Filed under Feature

A bad breakout can’t always be solved by commercialized skin products. The epidermis, the largest organ of the human body, is also very vulnerable to the foods that are consumed and the environment one is surrounded by. For many teenagers, acne is a lingering problem that ceases to disappear! However,...

Wait–Panthers Aren’t Real?

By Megan Anderson, Staff Reporter

November 12, 2013


Filed under Feature

At Modesto High School, we pride ourselves on having the most spirit. We lose our voices at rallies and cheer on fellow students in our revered Black Hole. No matter what grade, circle of friends, interests or background, there's one resounding factor that unifies us all: we're panthers. However,...

Homecoming Royalty

By Megan Anderson, Staff Reporter

November 4, 2013


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Almost everyone at some point in their lives has imagined themselves as royalty. For panthers Tiki Tonga, Morgan Negele, Antonio Perez, Denise Garcia, Kendall McNair and Alyssa Negele, this daydream has come true. Every homecoming, six beloved students are chosen as the king, queen, princes and princesses...

MoHi Panthers Support the Dream

MoHi Panthers Support the Dream

By Mackenzie Anderson, Staff Editor and Writer

August 29, 2013


Filed under Feature, Student Life

“…And so even though we face the difficulties of today and tomorrow”, in the words of Dr. Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., “I still have a dream”. This enduring speech, delivered fifty years ago on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, gave hope to African American citizens everywhere who were enduring nothing...

Mr. Guerrero’s Full Interview

Mr. Guerrero’s Full Interview

By Samuel Lee, Writer

March 28, 2013


Filed under Feature, Student Life

Q – How long have you been teaching or working in education and at what schools and grades? A - Thirty-six years at Modesto City Schools. Thirty-four years at Modesto High. I was a teacher for twenty-two years. I taught Spanish and PE. I coached cross-country, soccer, and track.   Q – What...

Ms. Hutton’s Full Interview

Ms. Hutton’s Full Interview

By Sarah Lim, Writer

March 28, 2013


Filed under Feature, Student Life

Q – How long have you been teaching and at what schools or grades? A - I have been teaching for 38 years, all at Modesto High.   Q – What has been the most gratifying part of teaching? A - The most gratifying part of working with students is watching them grow and mature, both as...

Ms. Bjarnason’s Full Interview

Ms. Bjarnason’s Full Interview

By Sarah Lim, Writer

March 28, 2013


Filed under Feature, Student Life

Q – How long have you been teaching, and at what schools or grades?   A -I’ve taught over 20 years and I’ve taught special education grades K-12. I’ve worked in Ripon K-8 and here 9-12.   Q – What has been the most gratifying part of teaching? A - I like seeing the l...

Ms. Bannholzer’s Full Interview

Ms. Bannholzer’s Full Interview

By Sarah Lim, Writer

March 28, 2013


Filed under Feature, Student Life

Q – How long have you been teaching and at what schools and grades? A - I began in 1985, in Dos Pallos. I began with middle school, then Junior High, taught all grades between 9-12, and also some JC teaching.   Q – What has been the most gratifying part of teaching? A - The abilit...

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