The Bar-On Brief: Cherishing diversity

The Bar-On Brief: Cherishing diversity San Jose Taiko performance on Mar. 28, one of many activities of Multicultural Week 2017. (Photo by Shauli Bar-On) By Shauli Bar-On, Columnist March 30, 2017 Diversity. It’s a word HHS students have heard ever so often. It’s a word that generally brings a positive connotation, one that automatically brings … Continue reading The Bar-On Brief: Cherishing diversity

The Bar-On Brief: HHS fails to recognize athletes

The Bar-On Brief: HHS fails to recognize athletes Championship, athletes of the year banners not updated for three years Photo by Shauli Bar-On By Shauli Bar-On, Columnist March 23, 2017  March Madness, powder puff, rally games and CCS. Student entertainment is dominated by sporting events, many of which take place right on campus. But the … Continue reading The Bar-On Brief: HHS fails to recognize athletes

Zimbabwe charity race and fair turns 18

Zimbabwe charity race and fair turns 18 March 26 event celebrates African nation's culture, raises money for orphanage by Shauli Bar-On / Mountain View Voice The 18th annual Run For Zimbabwe will be hosted at the St. Joseph school, 1120 Miramonte Ave. in Mountain View, on Sunday, Mar. 26, from noon to 4 p.m. The … Continue reading Zimbabwe charity race and fair turns 18

The Bar-On Brief: Where the “Screenagers” movie showing fell short

The Bar-On Brief: Where the “Screenagers” movie showing fell short Hint: It wasn't the content http://www.screenagersmovie.com/  By Shauli Bar-On, Columnist March 16, 2017  The PTSA hosted the screening of “Screenagers,” a documentary about the dangers of teenagers using their cell phones and playing video games in the auditorium on Mar. 15. The film lasted over … Continue reading The Bar-On Brief: Where the “Screenagers” movie showing fell short

MidPen photo contest

Community brief MidPen photo contestThe MidPeninsula Regional Open Space District is inviting photographers of all skill levels to enter its eighth annual photo contest. Entry is free, and contestants can submit up to three photos in four categories: wildlife, plant life, landscapes, and people in nature. Photos must be taken in a MidPeninsula Open Space … Continue reading MidPen photo contest

The Bar-On Brief: Ending gender discrimination at its roots

The Bar-On Brief: Ending gender discrimination at its roots Photo courtesy of International Women's Day By Shauli Bar-On, Columnist March 9, 2017 This year’s International Women’s Day campaign set a “50-50 Planet: step it up for gender equality” goal by 2030. It’s a good thing we have until 2030 because by the looks of the … Continue reading The Bar-On Brief: Ending gender discrimination at its roots

Senior resuscitates man at McDonald’s during lunch

Marlon Portillo saves life of seizing man Senior Marlon Portillo recertified himself in CPR in late January, but little did he know that two weeks later, that he would be using his credentials to resuscitate a dying man. It was a casual Wednesday lunch on Feb. 1, Portillo said, when he was waiting in the … Continue reading Senior resuscitates man at McDonald’s during lunch

The Bar-On Brief: Raising awareness and insipring action

The Bar-On Brief: Raising awareness and insipring action Design by Juliette Wong By Shauli Bar-On, Columnist March 2, 2017    Disregard political parties. Disregard the debate on United States foreign policy. The only thing that needs to be regarded is humanitarianism. It does not take a particular political affiliation to praise the Red Cross club … Continue reading The Bar-On Brief: Raising awareness and insipring action