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The club meets on Fridays in The Green House near the Tech Building Quad

Gardening Club

Published on December 13th, 2013 | by Benjamin Ross

You walk though the concrete walls that envelop high school, rushing from class to class, looking only at your phone or a vocab list for the test you’re about to take. However, if you take the time to look up, you’ll see little pockets of color and life thanks to Samo’s Gardening Club. ... Read More


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Anime Club

Published on December 13th, 2013 | by Francine Rios-fetchko

For over ten years, Samo’s Anime Club has been one of the strongest, most relaxing clubs on campus. It specializes in everything Anime—from anime related games to watching undiscovered anime clips... Read More


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The club meets on Tuesdays 
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Super Smash Bros Club

Published on December 13th, 2013 | by Brian Kanjo

If you like killing your friends in a virtual world as a fat short man with a mustache or a laser-toting fox, then you should check out Super Smash Brothers Club. Started by Finn Bordal (’14), Jason Oyakawa (’14) and Daniel Chenevert (’14), the club provides setups of all three of the popular Super Smash Brothers games for students to play... Read More


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Elliot Baumohl: Student Writer

Published on December 13th, 2013 | by Francine Rios-fetchko

For most high school students, the idea of a future career is a distant concept. However two Samo students, Bryce Johnson (’16) and Elliot Baumohl (’14), have already succeeded in creating names for themselves in the world of online journalism... Read More


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Bryce Johnson: Student Writer

Published on December 13th, 2013 | by Sam Rietta

For most high school students, the idea of a future career is a distant concept. However two Samo students, Bryce Johnson (’16) and Elliott Baumohl (’14), have already succeeded in creating names for themselves in the world of online journalism... Read More


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The “Samohighlights” cast and crew pose in front of their show’s backdrop, proud of having aired their first episode.

Samo Film Presents: SamoHIGHLIGHTS

Published on December 13th, 2013 | by Francine Rios-fetchko

When you think of CityTV, you might imagine a continuous live stream of dull city council meetings, interrupted by a few black and white infomercials. Nevertheless, the Samo film department is working to expand the channel’s audience by adding a show of its own, “Samohighlights,” to the Saturday morning routine... Read More


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AWARDS: Dean of Students Catherine Baxter describes the trophies that have been stored in the display cases.
Photo by Emma Kohut

Into the Archives

Published on November 22nd, 2013 | by Staff 12-13

With a pull of a string, a bare lightbulb sheds rays of yellow light on the thick film of dust that lines the two shelved walls. The light illuminates a room in Samo’s cafeteria that is ... Read More


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A day in the life of a cadet

A Day in the Life of a Cadet

Published on October 11th, 2013 | by Francine Rios-fetchko

Most Samo students would cringe at the thought of having to wake up everyday at 6:00 a.m., turning the lights out at 10:00 p.m. and having less than two hours of free time, yet one Viking not only experienced this but learned from it. As a junior, Samuel Clark (’14) spent a year at the Army and Navy Academy in Carlsbad, California, an experience not many can relate to... Read More


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The History of Homecoming: How We’ve Changed

Published on October 10th, 2013 | by Benjamin Ross

It’s 1965 and Samo’s students are glimmering with school pride at the Homecoming dance. Girls are shining in their newly purchased chiffon dresses and holding the hands of their suit-clad, cologne-drenched dates. The students’ minds are ... Read More


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The Darkroom

Published on September 19th, 2013 | by Francine Rios-fetchko

The darkroom is a place for artists to get lost — while penetrating the darkness, one tentative step after the other, it’s easy for thoughts to wander. While your average Joe may walk into the small, ... Read More


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