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Spartana

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King waving to the massive crowd of over 200,000 at the March on Washington in 1963 where he gave his revolutionary “I Have A Dream” speech.

A Celebration of Martin Luther King Jr.

Elaina Schilt, Writer/Designer
March 10, 2022

      Perhaps one of the most influential and outstanding men in all of American history, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., fought against racial segregation,...

How the Spartana is Made: From Pub Room to Printing Press

Madeline Phuong, Junior Editor
March 1, 2022

A knock on the door. Moments later, a glossy pile of magazines floats into the room, bringing with it the heady scent of ink. Whether placed on a discreet...

The Horrific Holiday Haunting of Homestead High School

The Horrific Holiday Haunting of Homestead High School

Katelyn Styborski and Thomas Hill
December 13, 2021

And So It Begins: It was the day before Winter Break and everyone else was already on their way home after a grueling week of finals… everyone except...

Girls Guide to Scientology

Girl’s Guide to Scientology

Hannah Shaw and Ganga Subramanian
October 26, 2021

She’s beauty; she’s grace; she’s gonna tell you that you have a variety of mental problems after taking a personality quiz, take your money to fix...

The Debate of the Band Tees

The Debate of the Band Tees

Kate Hutner, Writer/Designer
October 7, 2021

School is back in session, effectively bringing back the debate of what to wear to class. While walking through the hallways this year, you might notice...

Counterculture

Counterculture

Kealynn Tunks, Writer/ Designer
September 1, 2021

     In the late ‘60s, some US citizens started to reject the social constructs of the ‘50s and question authority—a shift which ultimately kick-started...

Stop AAPI Hate

Stop AAPI Hate

Madeline Phuong and Ganga Subramanian
April 25, 2021

Pulled by the opportunity of striking it rich in gold, East Asians began to immigrate across the Pacific Ocean during U.S. westward expansion. In 1871,...

Womens Herstory Month

Women’s Herstory Month

Madeline Phuong
March 20, 2021

Amid the March Madness craze for basketball and the growing dread of Tax Day, one vital celebration is too often disregarded: Women’s History Month....

Black History Month

Black History Month

Julia Epling, Writer and Designer
March 10, 2021

Black History Month is a celebration of achievements by African Americans that occurs annually. Starting in 1976, every U.S. president has officially designated...

Among Us: An Unobservant Persons Perspective

Among Us: An Unobservant Person’s Perspective

Elyssa Huff, Copy Editor
December 15, 2020

     If anyone had told me at the beginning of 2020 that ostensibly the biggest game of the year would be a modernized version of the childhood classic...

Student Musicians

Student Musicians

Julia Epling, Writer and Designer
December 15, 2020

Many Homestead students are involved in an activity that is based around music. Whether that be show choir, orchestra, marching band or jazz band, there...

Disappearing Act

Disappearing Act

Elyssa Huff, Writer
November 24, 2020

Notice: This article was written the week of November 4th, exactly one week before the two-week moratorium on in-person learning. When the article was...

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