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The Student News Site of Sunny Hills High School

The Accolade

The Student News Site of Sunny Hills High School

The Accolade

The five Dragon Keepers from the animated series “Go! Go! Loser Ranger!” stand, with the 10th episode out of 12 set to premiere on Hulu Sunday, June 16.
SERIES REVIEW: Loser Rangers strike back with a thrill
Emily Kim, Cub Reporter • June 13, 2024
Valedictorians sit in the library during first period on Monday, April 15, as they listen to principal Craig Weinreich talk about how the graduation speech candidates will be chosen.
Class of 2024 sets record with 39 valedictorians, surpassing previous highs in 2019, 2021, 2023
Ellen Hwang, Cub Reporter • June 9, 2024
Despite not becoming one of the 39 Class of 2024 valedictorians, senior Michael Amescua celebrates winning the Academic Excellence Award.
CLASS OF 2024 ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD WINNER Q&A: Michael Amescua
Faith Jung, Entertainment Editor • June 8, 2024
Apple Original Film documentary “Girls State” records female teenagers’ experiences in a week-long simulation of democracy with elections and different cases.
DOCUMENTARY REVIEW: 'Girls State' succeeds in amplifying female empowerment
Emily Lee, Cub Reporter • June 8, 2024

Photo Gallery: Students wrap up first week back on campus

Sophomores Jeremiah White and Roman Ruedas sit on opposite ends of a bench between the 40s and 60s wings while holding a conversation on Nov. 2. For many students, Nov. 2 and Nov. 3 — the respective first dates for Cohorts A and B under the new hybrid schedule — were the first days in nearly eight months that they could talk to their friends in-person again.
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Hope Li
Hope Li, Opinion Editor
Following in her father’s footsteps as a professional journalist in the ‘90s, senior Hope Li has been pursuing journalism for three years. From writing about the Los Angeles Times’ Festival of Books to having her distance learning column featured in The 74 Million, Li seeks to amplify student voices in all facets as The Accolade’s opinion editor. She has attended the Journalism Education Association- and National Scholastic Press Association-hosted spring and fall 2019 national conventions in Anaheim, Calif., and Washington, D.C., respectively; she received an honorable mention in commentary writing at the D.C. convention. A piano player for over 10 years, Li is involved in Certificate of Merit. She enjoys telling puns to anyone listening.
Aliyah Ahmad
Aliyah Ahmad, Photographer
Aliyah Ahmad plans to spend her senior year as an Accolade photographer in the 2020-2021 school year. She wants to contribute to the newspaper with her great photography skills and has an active role in the school with various activities like clubs and AP classes. When Ahmad isn't taking Accolade photos, you can find her running on the track, pursuing her passion for painting or making her friends laugh.
Grace Johnson
Grace Johnson, Web Managing Editor
Going into her senior year, Grace Johnson is the managing web editor and helps run the first ever podcast for The Accolade. Previously the assistant sports editor, she loves to report for her favorite section — sports. Along with playing outfield for the varsity softball team at school, Johnson also plays the guitar, travels, goes fishing, listens to country music, surfs and loves watching baseball.
Annie Bang
Annie Bang, Web Managing Editor
After spending her first year on staff as a junior sports editor, senior Annie Bang moved up the ranks to become one of two web managing editors. During her time on staff, Bang wrote a variety of stories, but mainly focused on eSports coverage, sports columns and her personal favorite, movie reviews. Aside from working for the Accolade, Bang is also involved in the school’s varsity track and field team as the hurdle captain, multiple clubs such as Model United Nations and Amnesty International, and lastly the International Baccalaureate program. Her hobbies include reading, running, painting, and playing with her two cats.
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