The student online newsmagazine of SHS

The Journal Rewired

The student online newsmagazine of SHS

The Journal Rewired

The student online newsmagazine of SHS

The Journal Rewired

Sarah Bennett

Sarah Bennett, Culture Reporter

Hello, SHS students! My name is Sarah Bennett, and I am a senior and in my second year of The Journal. I love giving the news and spreading information about what is going on around me. I believe that writing for the Culture section is important because this world is very diverse and different. I enjoy learning about other cultures, religions and ideologies. This has helped me be more understanding of other people. It is crucial for students to read about our diverse world in order to learn respect and understanding. I speak English and Turkish. Speaking two languages has helped me develop friendships with new people. For example, over the summer I traveled to Turkey, and I was able to speak with different people there.  It was a pleasure to learn about different beliefs and ways of life. Running cross country and track has helped me gain important leadership and communication skills. Education is also very important to me. Knowledge is important because it combats ignorance. I am hoping to further my education after high school. Hopefully, I will become a journalist. I want to pursue this career because I want to report and tell the truth about the oppressed children in our world. I believe that I must never stay silent when others are oppressed because If I do, I am guilty of oppression myself. In order to get to that point in my career, I am starting small at SHS. 

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Jack Williams is adds a circuit to a service panel for a new exit sign he installed in the kitchen storage facility on Oct.. It took about an hour.

Spreading the gospel

November 15, 2022
Introducing inclusivity

Introducing inclusivity

October 24, 2022
The Green Earth Society club goes through each classroom and collects recyclable material every Friday.

Green Earth Society

October 4, 2022
EL departments mission

EL department’s mission

September 9, 2022
Sophomore Mohit Baidwan, both her older and younger sisters and her cousin attend a wedding on August 2021. This is one of the rare moments where Baidwan is dressed in her traditional clothing.

To be a Sikh

May 23, 2022
Hniang-Koh (left) and Madam (right) are sister strays cuddling with Hniang-Kohs son, Leo, on May 2, 2021. They gave birth around the same time.


April 29, 2022
Juniors Christina Quach and Nathan Arndt end homecoming night by taking pictures at a rooftop downtown. Earlier, they ate together at Thai Spice.

Triple the love

April 29, 2022
Taking another look

Taking another look

April 11, 2022
Junior Pablo Cremer and Senior LaQuera Williams were named Mr. and Miss Cardinal on Feb. 7. (Photo contributed by LaQuera Williams)

Against the odds

March 14, 2022
(Starting from the left) Juniors Christina Quach and Lydia Wisdom and freshmen Victoria Rwizi and Kianna Carver all have one thing in common. Theyve learned to overcome obstacles that come with being mixed.

Losing the labels

February 18, 2022
Torn in between

Torn in between

January 28, 2022
Sophomore Malika Nishanbaeva smiles for the camera with her traditional outfit. It was needed for a project at the time.

A love for learning

November 19, 2021
Khambawilian Thangngan standing alongside his team. This photo is used to represent their team.

Proud to represent

October 7, 2021
Science teacher Miriam Ling takes traditional wedding photos with her husband. She also had an American wedding dress.

Keeping traditions alive

September 10, 2021
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