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Opinion: Young People Should Still Care About COVID-19

Over the past three weeks I have been reporting on the COVID-19 coronavirus for The Barefoot Times. In these three weeks I...

Pasadena Can Still Contribute to the Solution

In 1968 the Stanford Research Institute issued a climate change report– but it gave just an inkling of the threat. The Stanford Research Institute had...

A Green New Deal for Pasadena: Why Pasadena Needs to Pick up the Slack and Take Responsibility in Combating the Climate Crisis

Scientists say we have 10 years until the climate crisis becomes irreversible. 10 years. If we do nothing, and even if we continue to...

Gradebooks Get a No Credit

The first things about Sequoyah that come to mind for many people are kids running around barefoot and no grades. When I think of...

Walking out with More Than a Signature on the Line!

On the morning of October 12th, Sequoyah School students “walked out” of classes to protest against the normalization of rape culture and sexual harassment,...

Bringing Attention to Arthur Jones

The 2018 midterm elections were one of the most important and anticipated political events of 2018, arguably as important as the 2016 presidential election....

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Sequoyah School's class of 2020, the high school's second graduating class, completed high school today. From gap...
We’re all in a bit of a stressful situation right now, and it’s important to keep in touch with our friends and know what they’re up to. So this week I interviewed freshman Simone Listiak to see how she’s been dealing with quarantine.

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Seeing how Sequoyah is dealing with this weird time is critical to staying connected! This week I interviewed sophomore Adam Lurvey to see what’s keeping him busy, what he’s snacking on, and generally how he’s staying sane!

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Opinion: Young People Should Still Care About COVID-19

Over the past three weeks I have...