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The Accolade

The Student News Site of Sunny Hills High School

The Accolade

Hannah Lee

Hannah Lee, Opinion Editor

Now entering her second year on staff, junior Hannah Lee is excited to be The Accolade's opinion editor for the 2022-2023 school year. Lee contributed to the newspaper last year as a copy editor and now looks forward to broadening her experiences in writing and newspaper layout as a section editor.

Outside of The Accolade, Lee is involved with school clubs such as UNICEF and Science Olympiad. In her free time, she enjoys watching sad movies and going out with her friends.

All content by Hannah Lee
Dr. Maria Bolshakova just finished her PhD in Health Behavior Research from USC. One of her studies utilized qualitative interviews with drug-users, including some perspectives on fentanyl.

8 Questions answered by drug expert Maria Bolshakova who offers input on recent rise in fentanyl poisoning

October 24, 2022

1. What is your name and what are you studying? My name is Maria Bolshakova, and I just received my PhD in Health Behavior Research from the University of Southern California. My research and dissertation...

Two years after being featured in a 2020 Netflix documentary, “Blackpink: Light Up the Sky,” Jisoo (from left), Rosé, Jennie and Lisa – members of the K-pop girl group Blackpink – release a new album, Born Pink, on Sept. 16.

Two years not worth the wait: Blackpink’s recent album ‘Born Pink’ disappoints fans

October 12, 2022

“Blackpink in your area.” Despite Blinks, fans of the K-pop girl group Blackpink, having to wait nearly two years to hear this iconic phrase again in the band’s songs, the ensemble’s recently...

In light of the May 24 Robb Elementary School shooting in Uvalde, Texas, law enforcement workers should take more proactive measures to ensure safe learning environments.

Safety comes with cautious, mindful law enforcement

September 21, 2022

Despite a pledge to integrally serve and protect its people, the Uvalde Police Department has failed to do exactly that. The officers at the Uvalde, Texas school shooting on May 24 might as well have...

Utility player junior Brandon Koh (left) gets ready to fire the ball toward the goal in an Aug. 25 home game against Chino Hills at the Sunny Hills pool.

BOYS WATER POLO PREVIEW: Lancers plunge into the 2022-2023 season with goal of qualifying for CIF playoffs

September 20, 2022

Coaches: Keith Nighswonger (head coach), Jordan Jaime (assistant coach) Top Returning Players: Jacob Aguilar (12), Matthew Barboza (11), Ben Blodgett (11), Brandon Koh (11), Dylan Loh (11), Matthew...

FROM SONORA TO SUNNY

FROM SONORA TO SUNNY

September 19, 2022

Assistant principal of Pupil Services Katie Wright works in her new office at the beginning of the school year after coming from Sonora High School, where she had served as an administrator for four years. Some of her favorite sayings like NEVERTHELESS, SHE PERSISTED,” “I LITERALLY CAN’T EVEN” and “LIVING THE DREAM” are also displayed to her left on the window sill.

‘LIVING THE DREAM’: Fifth-year administrator Katie Wright motivated by sayings and her Snickerdoodle

September 19, 2022

From Shakespearean plays to Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, Katie Wright has been immersed in classic literature since she was in elementary school. Soon enough, her love for reading blossomed...

The Associated Student Body’s poster promotes the theme for the school’s first stag dance May 20 — the first since the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March 2020.

After two-year hiatus because of the COVID-19 pandemic, stag returns to the gym May 20

May 17, 2022

The Associated Student Body [ASB] plans on hosting a stag dance — the first and last one of the school year — on May 20 from 7-10 p.m. in the gym, marking the school’s first stag event since March...

Teen musician Keedron Byrant of Florida created a 50-second video of him singing I JUST WANNA LIVE in response to the death of George Floyd two years ago. Prominent figures like actor Will Smith helped the YouTube video go viral by mentioning it or talking about it or tagging it in their social media handles.

Teenage musician Keedron Bryant to actor Will Smith: ‘Keep your head up’

April 4, 2022

To teen music artist Keedron Bryant, Oscar best actor winner Will Smith was among those who helped catapult his career two years ago. Shortly after the May 25, 2020, death of George Floyd at the hands...

Keedron Bryant’s self-titled EP features six catchy R&B songs, five of them addressing intense, growing feelings of young love.

14-year-old singer Keedron Bryant pioneers a refreshing, relatable approach to love songs with self-titled EP

March 31, 2022

Captivating the hearts — and ears — of listeners from all ages, 14-year-old American singer Keedron Bryant impresses listeners with his new and self-titled EP, the third one of his career. The...

Only one dispenser was stolen in the boys restroom in the 40s wing Sept. 13 as
part of TikToks “devious licks” challenge. School officials estimate the cost to replace it at $350.

‘Devious licks’ TikTok trend ‘licks’ school with several vandalism cases

September 27, 2021

School officials said some students have been caught and suspended for stealing or damaging soap and paper towel dispensers from three boys restrooms last week. The vandalism is similar to a TikTok...

Students attending the 2017 homecoming dance take in the Aladdin-themed stage in the quad. While the Associated Student Bodys homecoming assembly Oct. 15 will be held indoors at the gym over three separate periods, the upcoming Oct. 16 homecoming dance will have to be an outdoor event because of COVID-19 health and safety protocols that require no more than 1,000 people in a building for an event.

Upcoming homecoming assembly to be split into three, dance scheduled outdoors

September 24, 2021

For the first time, the Associated Student Body [ASB] will host three assemblies next month for its homecoming presentations during second period instead of its usual two as a result of the August California...

In front of a backdrop marred by a pandemic and political turmoil, some of Sunny Hills newest class of freshmen have struggled to adapt.

COVID-19 makes first year of high school more difficult

January 12, 2021

Names have been changed for anonymity. With the arrival of the holiday season comes the cheerful atmosphere of festivities like shopping for gifts, decorating Christmas trees or baking holiday treats. Many...

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