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Grace Na

Grace Na, Managing Editor

I am a junior at Bonita Vista High, and a third year staff member on the Crusader. This year, I am the Managing Editor, and previously was an Opinion Editor and staff writer. Initially, I became a member of the Crusader to develop my writing skills and to meet new people. This year I am continuing to pursue my passion for journalism because I enjoy engaging with our community and being aware of my surroundings and the events at our school. Outside of newspaper, I am the Activities Coordinator for Junior Optimist and a Speech and Debate member. 

 

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On Jan. 19 at Bonita Vista High (BVH), seniors stand in line as they wait for the windows to open to receive their Gradnite ticket. Students are expected to have a signed permission slip, an ID, and money coming to the register.

Walt-z to Disneyland

February 1, 2023
On November 28, Attendance coordinator Antonio Gutierrez updates the daily attendance sheet as part of his many tasks as attendance coordinator.

A practical change

January 16, 2023
Athletes Speak

Athletes Speak

January 15, 2023
In the recent years, people part of the LGBTQ+ are now having their taking health care taken away from them. This is done through legislations and laws.

A detriment for millions

December 22, 2022
Taking part of a hobby is crucial to relaxing in a busy schedule. Hobbies allow busy students to take cool down and help to prevent getting burnt out from school work.

Breaking the cycle

November 11, 2022
Bonita Vista Middle (BVM) students cheer loudly as the Bonita Vista High (BVH) cheer team performs in front of them. Through BVHs visit, it allows for BVM students to look forward to attending BVH and to understand what school spirit looks like.

A visit from the future

October 16, 2022
On April 27, IB Dance students are seen in second period IB dance not wearing their masks as it is not required anymore. However, they are working on assignments for their IB Dance class on their Mental Health Day.

Farewell masks

May 17, 2022
On Mar. 14, SUHSD teachers assembled in front of the board meeting to pro-
test against the district for a raise of their salary. Chants like “We want a raise” and “SEA, we’re not going away” could be heard.

“Why not us?”

March 16, 2022
It has been observed by students that there has been a recent increase in the consumption of matcha from the influence of social media. 14.3% of students at BVH often purchase matcha products.

Matcha Culture

March 10, 2022
Barons Speak

Barons Speak

March 2, 2022
After years of training and dedication, athletes commit to play for colleges, as seen with four BVH soccer players. Committing is an achievement student athletes work for so they can continue to play the sport of their choice.

College-bound athletes

February 10, 2022
Barons Speak, Issue 2

Baron’s Speak, Issue 2

December 20, 2021
Barons Speak

Baron’s Speak

November 5, 2021
An analysis released by the Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at California State University, San Bernardino, anti-Asian hate crimes have increased by about 150 percent in 2020. More recent hate crimes have sparked the Stop Asian Hate Movement.

I am not a virus

April 28, 2021
BVH Picture Day was held in the library. Student stood on the red feet when taking their photo socially distanced from the photographer.

Capturing smiles

April 19, 2021
Freshmen Grace Na in her childhood apartment in 2015 when she was still living in South Korea.

The little things

April 4, 2021
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