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21 Savages newest album explores how challenges are part of the journey

21 Savage’s newest album explores how challenges are part of the journey

Delaney Whaley, Sports Editor February 9, 2024

The American Dream. This phrase represents an abundance of opportunities for freedom to pursue your passions, regardless of who you are or where you came from. 21 Savage's new album reflects the best and...

The burgers lined up

Exploring the menu at Acme Burger

Larkin Bowie, Review Editor February 1, 2024

Stepping into Acme Burger, you are immediately struck by a sense of community and comfort. Although the space may be small, it is utilized and decorated excellently, which creates a welcoming atmosphere....

Shimmer is the most popular thrift store in Fairfax!

The thrifters guide to Marin County: uncovering hidden gems

Coda Swaim, Head Graphic Design/Social Media February 1, 2024

Thrifting can be a daunting experience, especially for those new to the world of secondhand shopping. However, in Marin County, there is no need to feel overwhelmed. There's an amazing range of thrift...

Sleigh bells ring, are you listening?

Sleigh bells ring, are you listening?

The Panther Press is back with our annual review of the Starbucks holiday drinks. This year there were new drinks and new foods, and a whole new Panther Press group! Our Panther Press team tried five different...

Drakes eighth studio album: For All The Dogs

Drake’s eighth studio album: For All The Dogs

Delaney Whaley November 20, 2023

2023 has been a great year for new music. With new albums from Travis Scott, Lil Uzi, Ken Carson, and more, the bar for new rap music in 2023 has been set high. Is Drake’s new album up to par with the...

Longway in San Anselmo is just one of the amazing and underrated study spots across Marin for students getting ready for finals.

Some of the best study spots in Marin are closer to home than we realize

Caroline Pirsch, Editor-in-Chief June 1, 2023

With many of us awaiting finals with increasing dread, finding a study spot that maximizes productivity while still being fun has never been more important. For some people, working in a bedroom or their...

Niko sails off into adventure

OneShot: puzzle adventure game and metafictional masterpiece

Isaac Archer, Opinion Editor May 26, 2023

Game developer FutureCat’s OneShot (2017) is a lesson in the unique advantages of video games as an artistic and entertainment medium. OneShot is a puzzle-adventure game; those seeking a high-octane,...

39 steps into the spotlight!

39 steps into the spotlight!

Hannah Silber, Copy Editor May 12, 2023

Richard Hannay, an innocent man wrongly accused of murder, zips across the stage frantically trying to escape the police. He runs as fast as he can and eventually outruns the police. This action-packed,...

Based on a survey of SD students, these five snacks were front-runners and after trying them, I can see why. Photo by Caroline Pirsch

Trader Joe’s does it again: a review of San Domenico’s favorite snacks

Caroline Pirsch, Editor-in-Chief May 1, 2023

Trader Joe’s is a constant beam of light for teenagers and Marin moms alike due to its friendly employees and incredible snacks. Within the treasure trove of Trader Joe’s items, many shoppers have...

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...

The Snack Shack sign. Photo Taken by Hannah Silber.

Students love the San Domenico Snack Shack

Hannah Silber, Copy Editor March 1, 2023

It’s mid morning and students are lined up at the Snack Shack door. Everyone is pushing and shoving; people are coming in from different sides ready to fight to the death for a Yerba Mate; the student...

Art by Monica Sanford

The award-winning film shines a “Spotlight” on journalists at their best

Bella Riella, Head Copy Editor February 7, 2023

In 2001, the members of Spotlight at The Boston Globe were encouraged to investigate and write about the controversial cover-ups within the Catholic Church. The first article released on this scandal,...

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