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Laurinne Eugenio

Laurinne Eugenio, Editor-in-Chief

I am a senior at Bonita Vista High and a third year staff member on the Crusader. This year, I am co-Editor-in-Chief, and previously was Opinion Editor and Features (CPS) Editor. I have enjoyed my time in Newspaper and chose to stay because of its welcoming and inclusive community; everyone on staff is hardworking, reliable, and wholesome. I align with the Crusader’s aim to advocate for people whose voices and stories are newsworthy and often unheard of. Being a part of staff truly is a meaningful opportunity and I’m excited for what this school year entails. Outside of Newspaper, I hold leadership positions in Speech and Debate, Mock Trial, and Tedx; I am also an IB candidate!

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All content by Laurinne Eugenio
BVH ASB is recognized for the 2022 National Gold Council of Excellence by the National Student Council (NatStuCo.) on April 6 for the fourth year in a row.

A winning streak

May 12, 2022
Senior and Vice President of Debate for Bonita Vista Highs Speech and Debate team Laurinne Eugenio delivers her Original Oratory speech about reforming the oppressive police system.

Invisible no more

March 29, 2022
Bonita Vista Highs Associated Student Body hosts a World Wrestling Entertainment-themed Spring Sports assembly on Mar. 18. Abiding by the wrestling theme, ASB Vice President and senior Michael Dimapilis describes that the stage will be in the center of the gym.

Under the spotlight

March 23, 2022
Senior Laurinne Eugenio feels grateful for her involvement in Bonita Vista Highs Mock Trial team where she was able to develop important life skills, meet new people and be a part of a welcoming community.

Onto bigger dreams

March 13, 2022
Captains speak

Captains speak

March 1, 2022
Associated Student Body (ASB) Secretary and senior Samantha Bianes shares a TikTok video with fellow ASB members during lunch. ASB often gets inspiration for spirit days from TikTok.

Trapped in the trend

February 16, 2022
Staying up late led to senior Laurinne Eugenio learning an important lesson: prioritize sleep at all costs, regardless of whether it’s deemed as a self-interested act by others.

A good night’s sleep

February 13, 2022
BVH Robotics Team A poses for a picture after winning the Judges Award. The recognition is earned when the judges feel that the team chosen showed creativity and ingenuity despite hardships they faced.

The final match

January 23, 2022
On Jan. 20, BVH varsity Quiz Bowl team competes against ORH. (From left to right) junior Giselle Geering, senior Henry Tang, senior Xavier Millan, senior Olivia Peek and senior David Wu listen attentively to the questioner’s question before pressing on the buzzer and providing an answer.

Buzz for an answer

January 22, 2022
During the new year, senior Laurinne Eugenio does some reflection and stresses the importance of staying safe and healthy amidst the rising COVID-19 cases.

Cheers to 2022

January 2, 2022
On Nov. 13, Robotics team members made history by hosting their very first home
competition at BVH. Students wore their team shirts to represent the school.

Robotics makes history

December 14, 2021
BVH Robotics team competes at their very first in-person SUHSD VEX Robotics League tournament at Hilltop High on Oct. 9.

It’s time to rebuild

November 5, 2021
Dedicating a few minutes to mindfully breathe is important for it allows practitioners to alleviate feelings of stress and anxiety.

Take a deep breath

October 24, 2021
Gay-Straight Alliance (GSA) Co-President and senior Stella Capetanakis conducts a GSA weekly meeting  on Oct. 14 at Bonita Vista Highs Bolles Theater. The club provides a safe space for members of the LGBTQ+ community and sheds a light on different topics educating on LGBTQ+.

Rainbow representation

October 21, 2021
On Wednesday, Sept. 15, two police vehicles were present near Bonita Vista Highs (BVH) gym. Two police officers were in communication with BVH Assistant Principal Carlos Siragusa and a student.

Another contagion spreads

September 16, 2021
Playing with Legos is a selfless act of self-care that provides people the opportunity to relieve stress and worries.

Self-care through Legos

September 12, 2021
Bonita Vista High (BVH) students, staff and teachers are all going through a rebuilding phase after being in quarantine for over a year and a half. The only way the BVH community can overcome the obstacles they are facing is by working together.

Rebuilding together

August 15, 2021
Sienna Sanchez-Shim, freshman (photo provided by Sienna Sanchez-Shim)

Baron’s Speak

May 6, 2021
BVH students should make it a priority to exercise and maintain a healthy lifestyle especially during quarantine.

No more excuses

December 31, 2020
Anime Club members pose for a photo to commemorate their first ever watch party on Discord.

It’s animazing

December 22, 2020
new teachers say

Teacher’s Say

December 11, 2020
The 2020 United States presidential election was held on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. The two main candidates running for the position are Donald Trump and Joe Biden.

[Photo] Beyond the vote

October 28, 2020
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