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SD Wrapped

SD Wrapped

Memorable Events The school’s endless organized events gave us the opportunity to put down the computers and books for a bit, and have some fun! Prom, winter formal, and the beginning of year...

Illustration by Monica Sanford.

Paworitize mental health!

Monica Sanford, Review Editor/Staff Illustrator May 30, 2023

A destroyed city looms over characters Ellie and Joel. Poster recreation by Monica Sanford.

“The Last of Us”: a video game turned TV show you have to see

Monica Sanford March 21, 2023

The beautiful, yet disturbing, atmosphere enveloped my consciousness. The verdant ivy reclaimed every dead car and crumbling building and all of the places we know today were gone or destroyed. The show...

A black Tesla drives away at San Domenico. Photo taken by Monica Sanford.

Switching lanes to electric

Monica Sanford February 7, 2023

An alien-like humming sound zooms past you. What is it? Not a spaceship, not a UFO. It’s a Tesla. And they’re everywhere. Marin has more than 25 car dealerships, so the county has convenient access...

Illustration by Monica Sanford.

Does performative activism stem from ROSE projects?

Monica Sanford, Reporter December 15, 2022

The ROSE project, which stands for the Real Opportunities for Service Education Project, is a core program at San Domenico. The goal of these projects are to make students get involved in their community...

The Starbucks at Northgate One has a variety of seasonal drinks available. Photo by Bella Riella.

These Starbucks holiday drinks sleigh!

We’re making a list, we’re checking it twice, we’re figuring out which drinks are naughty or nice. After Thanksgiving and all things pumpkin spice, the Starbucks holiday drinks are as popular as...

Students explore and identify rocks in the hills of San Domenico. Photo taken by Monica Sanford.

Mr. Casias’s new geology course rocks!

Monica Sanford November 7, 2022

The vast hills of San Domenico hold an alluring cornucopia of geological evidence from the past. Adam Casias, a science teacher at San Domenico, leads a small group of students on a hike to practice...

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