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Pride and Prejudice was the first live production since the pandemic nearly 18 months ago, and the play blew expectations out of the water. Running from October 27-30, the show centered around the Bennett family daughters, mainly Elizabeth Bennett, and their struggle to find love and stability as poor gentry. Pictured here, Darcy and Elizabeth embrace after she accepts his proposal, concluding the play.

Pride and Prejudice Opens a New Year of Theatre

Cooper Aitken, Entertainment Editor November 3, 2021

Connor Keithley (12) sings Hellfire from the Hunchback of Notre Dame, a show virtually streamed by the Theatre Department last school year. The Orchestra and Choir perform in the background, as San Juan Hills is the only school in the district that has a live band for the musicals. The collaborative effort between the various departments to organize the various musicals throughout the year embodies what it means to Ride for the Brand.

Musical Showcase- A Trilogy of Talent

Cooper Aitken, Entertainment Editor October 19, 2021

At the homecoming football game on October 8th, SJHHS win, defeating Capistrano Valley 66-13. This is the Stallions’ second win of the season, following their first victory earned at an away game the previous week. “The win was great, everything was working. Our offense couldn’t be stopped and our defense was locking down. The crowd was great as well. It was the loudest it’s ever been,” said Joey Malfavon (12).

Homecoming Week in Photos

Sydney Wolfe, Staff Writer October 19, 2021

Digesting The Roughrider Meal

Max Katz, Politics Editor December 1, 2020

On Friday October 31st ASB collaborated with the McDonalds franchise in Ladera Ranch to offer the limited edition Roughrider Meal. This tasty deal was able to get a whopping 126 cars through the McDonalds...

A student in the pottery elective works on her clay project. The student wears a face mask to follow CUSDs safety precautions upon the return of schools during COVID-19.

In-Person School Returns, but with Changes

Jack O'Connor, Co Editor-in-Chief November 14, 2020

Alaina Arbiso (10) presents the features of the blackbox during a tour of the theater department. Future stallions were taken around the F building with their parents at Stallion Showcase to promote VAPA.

Stallion Showcase 2020

Ella Villar , Managing Editor February 12, 2020

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