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Check out the first installment of our special section on Live Performance at the LOBERO THEATRE for reviews and interviews, starting with BOXTALES' "OM: An Indian Tale of Good and Evil."
SBMS Teen Press
Team Members Chris
, Heather, Jamie
, and Kendall
and are scouring the city and state to bring you news, performances and personalities. Keep checking back for their latest findings.
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(Not pictured are Faculty Advisors John & David.)
Kendall and Graham met SBMS Alum AMELIA BADISH to talk with her about college life at the University of California at DAVIS.
Check out more voices from the future in our Special Section:
The Teen Press met with SBMS Alum and State Mountain Biking Champ, SOPHIE WILSON. Graham and Heather talked with her about competitive biking and more.
Check out Part 2 of her interview too!
BEING THE FUTURE-- A Special Section on Life in College
The Teen Press set off to points north to investigate what the future looks like for kids after Middle School, and High School too, visiting campuses at The University of California at BERKELEY (a.k.a. "Cal") and DAVIS. We talked extensively with SBMS alums about their college experiences, and held quite a few impromptu conversations with students selected at random in Sproul Plaza at Cal and at the Memorial Union ("M.U.") at Davis. Take a look & listen to what they have to say about what it's like in the future of a student...like you.
We're now shooting in HD! This means better quality video, but a bit longer downloads. We hope you'll agree the wait is worth it!
Jamie and Kendall met with artist and activist SEAN ANDERSON at the Anderson Art Collective to talk about his art. Check out the ART+BOLIVIA show, benefitting the Brady-Netzer Foundation's work in Bolivia!