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Senior Kaneiya Desai shows a machine learning model he created on his laptop screen that helps classify optical coherence tomography scans. Desai plans on attending the University of California, Berkeley, for bioengineering. (Illustrations by DaHee Kim)

18 Questions for Top of the 2023 Class: Kaneiya Desai aspires to work in the ophthalmic medical field after childhood experience of corneal scarring

Susie Kim, Web Editor-in-Chief May 25, 2023

Question 1: How do you feel as one of the 18 valedictorians? Answer: I feel honored to have received this award and glad that my hard work has paid off. I am very proud of all 18 of us for having made...

Chemistry teacher Alexander Hua (right) stands next to his opponent, Kevin Granados, whom he beat in the final match of Fullertons gaming arena Ultimate Weekly #50 competition on Sunday, Jan. 8.

Chemistry teacher also a Smash Bros. gamer

Pricilla Escobedo, Staff Reporter February 16, 2023

For chemistry teacher Alexander Hua, his fascination with Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. started when he was 8 years old. Some time after the video game’s Jan. 21, 1999 release, Hua said his parents...

Juniors Karen Huang (left) and Susie Kim make final adjustments to their Scrambler, which consists of an energy propulsion system and vehicle, before the eight-minute time limit to test the device at the Great Oak Science Olympiad Invitational Saturday, Dec. 3, in the Great Oak High School Performing Art Center in Temecula. Huang and Kim placed sixth in this category.

Reviving my Science Olympiad spirit after my first in-person competition in over two years

Susie Kim, Web Editor-in-Chief January 9, 2023

February 15, 2020. That was the day my middle school Science Olympiad team placed fifth at the Orange County Regional competition, qualifying us for the Southern California state tournament. It also...

Science teacher Andrew Gartner’s renovated classroom, Room 112, features new lab stations in the batwing style. Teachers in the Science Department were able to choose this style or have lab and lecture tables separate.

Biology, chemistry teachers renovate classrooms with new laboratory stations

Henry Lee, Web Editor-in-Chief November 10, 2020

When students return to campus for hybrid learning next week, they will see “batwing” style lab stations in many of their science classes. “Our science department is really, really strong and...

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