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Max Katz

Max Katz, Staff Writer

Max is a senior at San Juan Hills, starting his second year writing for The Express. This year he is ready to serve as the political editor. Outside of newspaper Max enjoys mountain biking, playing guitar and is looking forward to studying economics in college. He also is co-president of debate club here at San Juan Hills and is the captain of the Cross Country and Track teams. Contrary to popular belief Max is not a communist.

All content by Max Katz
The Diary of a Wimpy Kid series was definitely favored top heavy. There was a clear decline in quality after the first 5-6 books. Graphic by Max Katz.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid Tier List

Max Katz, Politics Editor
April 19, 2021

E-Bike Experiences are Important

Max Katz, Politics Editor
March 29, 2021
Thousands of protestors across the state of California attended “Curfew Breakers” rallies in response to the 10 pm curfew announced by Governor
Gavin Newsom. Protestors at this event near the San Clemente burned masks, signaling not only a frustration with public health regulations, but also a denial of the seriousness of the worsening pandemic.

Masks Up in Flames

Max Katz, Politics Editor
January 19, 2021

Mountain Biking Should Be a CIF Sport

Max Katz, Politics Editor
January 18, 2021
Thousands of protestors across the state of California attended “Curfew Breakers” rallies in response to the 10 pm curfew announced by Governor
Gavin Newsom. Protestors at this event near the San Clemente burned masks, signaling not only a frustration with public health regulations, but also a denial of the seriousness of the worsening pandemic.

Masks Up in Flames

Max Katz, Politics Editor
December 14, 2020

[Video] Digesting The Roughrider Meal

Max Katz, Politics Editor
December 1, 2020
Trumps 52 Guardian Angels

Trump’s 52 Guardian Angels

Max Katz, Staff Writer
February 28, 2020
During dance production’s performance, advanced dancer, senior Jordyn Apostolache (12) dances with Max Miller (12). Every year at the Winter Pep Rally, dancers pick a partner to dance with for a song, even though he may not be involved in dance.

Grammy Winter Formal Pep Rally Photos

Max Katz, Staff Writer
January 29, 2020
Taylor Hilton (11) and Isabelle Cota (10) hold their pumpkin after dropping it from the top of the upper quad for their physics class. “It’s a project where we try to protect a pumpkin from cracking by dropping it off a roof in a structure made from almost everything-- except packing peanuts,” said Cota. Hilton and Cota had been working on their projects for a couple of weeks.

[Photo] Stallion Life October 30

Ella Villar, Managing Editor
October 30, 2019
 Representatives from many colleges set up booths at Capistrano Valley High School on October 7th, providing information on classes, programs, and admissions to students. College fairs can often be a valuable way for students to make early contact with colleges that they wish to attend and prove their interest to that college.

[Photo] Stallion Life October 18

Eva Smedeby, Staff Writer
October 18, 2019
Thai Nguyen (10) has worked with Nicole Hernandez to produce her EP. The commercial music class that offered on campus has allowed Nugyen to meet and connect with many other musicians like Hernandez. Inspired by artists such as Billie Eilish and Alicia Keys, Nguyen hopes to work in the music industry after high school and feels she has been given a great start from the music program on campus.

[Photo] Thai Nguyen

October 20, 2019
Jeremey Mitaux (11) is involved with music in many different ways as a guitarist, drummer, and most notably, a bassist for the band “White Collar”. He also writes music and lyrics to his own songs as an individual and has expressed interest in continuing his musical production after high school.

[Photo] Jeremey Mitaux

October 20, 2019
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