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First Pep Rally of the Year

First Pep Rally of the Year

By Sarah Rinne, Reporter

September 12, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Modesto High School held its first pep rally of the 2018-2019 school year on Friday, August 24th. The purpose of the pep rally was to get students aware and excited for the first home football game that occurred later on that night. Right after 7th period, students gathered in front of the auditorium...

Revisiting Modesto High Alumni

Revisiting Modesto High Alumni

By Derek Tang, Reporter

September 12, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Graduating from high school is usually the average high school students’ goal. Graduation tends to lead to colleges where many will graduate for a second time. As students, we often wonder what the future holds for us after achieving this second awakening. Students may also be wondering what ever happened...

Is This Nike’s Most Controversial Advertisement Campaign Yet?

Is This Nike’s Most Controversial Advertisement Campaign Yet?

By Rana Banankhah, Reporter

September 12, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Review, Showcase, Sports

“Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything.” That is the caption of one of Nike’s most controversial ads by far. The advertisement is a head shot of Colin Kaepernick, a former NFL player, with the words “Believe in something. Even if it means sacrificing everything” inscr...

MoHi Volleyball Players Start the Season with a Big Win

By Shelby Benz

September 12, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, Sports

Lady Panthers are kicking off the year strong with the sizeable win of an annual tournament. On 18 Saturday 2018, the MoHi volleyball team was one of many schools in the district that participated in the tournament of 32 teams, hosted by Orestimba and Hilmar high schools. In prior years, Modesto ...

Fact Of The Week: The Unlikely Recipient of Wills

Fact Of The Week: The Unlikely Recipient of Wills

By Rana Banankhah, Reporter

September 3, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Uncategorized

Dogs are arguablly America’s favorite pets. They love us just as much as we love them, so to some, it might not be much of a suprise that about one million dogs have been named the primary beneficiary in people’s wills. This means that they are one of the primary inheritors of their owners will. One of th...

Senior Sunrise – August 31st

By Lauren Byerly, Reporter

September 2, 2018


Filed under Showcase

  Senior Sunrise will be on August 31st this year, hope to see all the seniors there! Bring your blanket and your tie dye!...

Freshman Perspective

By Rana Banankhah, Reporter

September 2, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

Imagine walking into a foreign environment, flooded with thousands of complete strangers, and scouring around trying find to a single classroom in the midst of hundreds. This was the reality for many freshmen on their first day of high school, August thirteenth. “My first day at MoHi was very confus...

A Path Appears

A Path Appears

By Alex Phaing, Reporter

September 2, 2018


Filed under Showcase, Student Life

It’s the start of another year, and if you’re an IB Junior, well, you’ve got a lot on your plate. At the beginning of your IB journey you have to write some IAs (Internal Assessments), think about which subjects you want to test in and CAS, or community service. The acronym CAS stands for Creativity,...

Computer Vision

By Derek Tang, Reporter

September 2, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase, Student Life

Unsurprisingly, staring at a computer, television, or phone for extended periods of time has adverse effects on your eyes. Common diagnoses include Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) and Digital Eye Strain (DES) symptoms which are characterized by headaches, irritated eyes, vertigo/dizziness, etc. In the...

Skipping Meals: The Good and the Bad

By Derek Tang, Reporter

September 2, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase, Student Life

While most of us have been taught the benefits of having breakfast, lunch, and dinner, few of us are aware of the benefits that may come from skipping a meal. Before I tackle this subject, there are several things about eating lunch that must be noted. 3 meals a day is the general norm and leads to a...

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