The Accolade

Back then a junior, Class of 2019’s Minji Kim dresses up with her peers to celebrate being the lone upperclassmen on campus the Monday before final exams start since the seniors have finished their school year and are getting ready for graduation. This traditional event, also known as “Junior Takeover,” will not be held Monday, May 24, because of the coronavirus pandemic in which many juniors are still choosing to learn from home.
Traditional event in which juniors come to campus dressed in formal attire on Monday before final exams start canceled for second straight year because of coronavirus pandemic
Dominique Chang May 24, 2021
A group participates in an unofficial Paper
Toss today in the quad after school.
Seniors to get free breakfast burritos, pick up grad tickets on May 25 event
Dominique Chang and Alice Shin May 21, 2021
Math teacher Darius Durham, who was hired shortly after the spring semester started, sits at his desk in Room 97 to get ready to instruct his first period Pre-calculus class on May 18. Durham is one of four new full-time additions to the Sunny Hills faculty for the 2020-2021 school year.
After couple of career changes, Darius Durham joins Sunny Hills community as new math teacher
Nevya Patel May 24, 2021
Junior Manishi Jayasuriya celebrates getting her driving permit from the Department of Motor Vehicles [DMV] in Fullerton. Jayasuria has been waiting for a month to take her DMV permit test because the facility has been closed because of COVID-19 health and safety protocols.
More students heading to DMV for driving permit or license test after it was closed down earlier because of the coronavirus pandemic
Divya Bharadwaj May 19, 2021
A prime example of rape culture and its prevalence in society culminated in the media
Rape culture plagues society; how can we stop it?
Krishna Thaker May 17, 2021
Jaimie Chun (left) and her 7-year-old brother make gimbap, a Korean dish with cooked rice, eggs, spam, spinach and pickled radish. During the coronavirus pandemic, the two shared this meal last summer.
Finding my identity through the pandemic
Jaimie Chun May 17, 2021
— A&E + Sports —
Guard freshman Taylor Parra drives toward the basket during Wednesday
Girls basketball loses to Sonora 53-36
Kristima Aryal April 29, 2021

In a hard-fought game against the Raiders, the Sunny Hills girls basketball team lost to Sonora 53-36 Wednesday when the Raiders pulled away late in the second half. “Sonora was just bigger, stronger and more physical than we were, and we weren't ready for that,” head girls...

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