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4+,-D$?+;;#,*/;;$+3!8&!-$F"&!!&#2$<"2&-!&/( K1$.($'&L%'+,I$0+ Managing Editor California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) play is no hassle for !"#$ %&'&()$ *+,-.$ /(0$ !"#$ 1$2-!$ 2+3(0$ of championships on May 7 was no exception. The well-bonded team sent Whittier Christian High School packing after three piece-of-cake sets, 25-18, 25-15, 25-19. 4#5/3-#$6/7+$8#(!$&($#9:#5!&()$ !+$ 8&($ !"#$ )/7#.$ 032&()$ !"#$ 1$2-!$ -#!.$ !"#$*#(5"$8/27#2-$8#2#$/;2#/0,$;+30$ /(0$)#!!&()$!"#$"+7#$52+80$2&;#0$3:$ for the victory. At the beginning of the second -#!.$ <+/5"$ =&/(#$ 6/!+$ 8/-$ #;#5!2&1$#0$ following a kill by Co-Captain Spencer Cramer (’13) at 6-3, Samo, !"#$1$2-!$+> $-#?#2/;$>+2$!"#$#?#(&().$/(0$

as goes Sato, so goes the crowd. The >/(-$'#:!$!"#$7+7#(!37$)+&()$;/!#2$&($ the second set, rapping their feet at an especially exciting rally at 14-8, Samo.

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an ankle sprain was pleased to be back +($!"#$5+32!$>+2$<HIC “I can certainly say I’m getting */5'$&(!+$&!.G$<2/7#2$-/&0C And his teammates were glad to have him back. “It was a great morale booster -##&()$ 6:#(5#2$ */5'$ +($ !"#$ 5+32!.G$ J3;&/($ K&5'#;-+($ LDMNO$ -/&0C$ EP#D-$ /$ )2#/!$ :;/,#2$ /(0$ "/-$ 7/0#$ /$ "3)#$ &7:/5!CG @"#$!#/7$;++'-$>+28/20$!+$2+3(0$ two against Yorba Linda High School away, today, at 7 p.m. cbrandwein@thesamohi.com To read more about the boys’ volleyball team’s journey to CIF, see page 19.


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Samo moves from STAR to Samo curriculum to focus on writing computer-based testing model Camille De Beus Staff Writer

Camille De Beus Staff Writer Lack of computers for student use remains a concern among staff and administration, as plans for Samo’s shift from physical to computer-based state testing next year unfold. The new test, called the Smarter Balanced Pilot Test, is )"14.--+3( -"( >+--+1( 0(-( 2-#3+$-2?( skills by adapting the test questions based on the students’ responses, according to Santa Monica-Malibu @$&0(+3( ,%*""'( A&2-1&%-( B,CC@,AD( Director of Assessment, Research

California will have trouble with the new tests because of an unequal ratio of students to computers. According to H-House Principal Leslie Wells, Samo may need to extend the time allotted for testing and use both computer labs, the library and a number of classrooms with laptops for pilot testing in the spring of 2014. Math teacher Ari Marken thinks that the Smarter Balanced tests are an improvement over STAR testing. “I like the fact that students are going to have to explain their answers and show more understanding in written form, which is a useful skill anywhere,” Marken said. “Showing

Preparation for the testing and ")*+&)&#','"-#!.,$!/&(!#"'&+0!,!'&,)!&11-2'34 — Pamela Herkner, Juan Cabrillo Elementary Principal

and Evaluation Maureen Bradford. “Smarter Balanced will only assess students in grades three through eight and grade eleven,” Bradford said. “Currently STAR assesses students in grades two through eleven. In terms of format, STAR relies strictly on multiple choice items, with the exception of a writing prompt in grades four and seven, while Smarter Balanced will have a variety of item types, including multiple choice, selected response, short answer and longer, performance-based items.” According to Bradford, the tests will adapt to student responses .$3( 3+'&E+1( 4"1+( "1( '+22( 3&)0(%#'-( problems. Samo student Celeste Bleiberg (’15) thinks that implementing the Smarter Balanced tests will have a positive effect on the district. “I think that [computeradaptive testing] is a good idea because everyone’s different and I feel like most tests ignore that,” Bleiberg said. “It would be nice to -.F+( -+2-2( -*.-( =+1+( 4"1+( 27+%&0(%( -"( the individual.” However, some are concerned about the shift toward computerbased testing, because according to Samo Information Technology (IT) Technician, Bill Gaidzik, there are only about 300 school computers accessible to students. Most schools in the state of

math skills and showing how they reason through an answer is more important than arriving at the correct answer.” The Smarter Balanced tests were already tested at a number of SMMUSD schools earlier in the year, including Juan Cabrillo Elementary School, Will Rogers Elementary School, John Adams Middle School (JAMS) and Santa Monica Alternative School House (SMASH). According to Juan Cabrillo Elementary School Principal Pamela Herkner, although the lack of technology was a challenge, the testing was a success. “We are fortunate to have the technology to allow us to implement the [Smarter Balanced] assessment to a whole grade level at one time,” Herkner said. “Preparation for the testing and implementation was 3+0($&-+'G(.(-+.4(+))"1-5H The results have not been released to the district, but the experience of testing online was valuable, according to Bradford. “The results of pilot tests will be used to determine the validity and reliability of test items as well as take stock of how well schools can manage testing large groups of students with limited resources for technology,” Bradford said. “That might be the greatest challenge of all.” cdebeus@thesamohi.com

Samo’s curriculum will drastically change over the next two years as part of a national shift toward the Common Core Standards, which adjust the focus of school from content learning to application. These new educational standards were proposed by the United States !"#$%&'(") (!*&+) (,-.-+(,%*""'(/)0(%+12( in 2010, and were adopted by 45 out of 50 states. The Common Core is now sweeping the nation, as states adopt the 2-.$3.132(-"(%1+.-+(#$&0(+3(%#11&%#'#45 According to the Common Core website, the Common Core Standards were drawn up to prepare students for 21st century learning, which involves less memorization and more application of knowledge. “To deliver on the promise of common standards, the standards must address the problem of a curriculum that is ‘a mile wide and an inch deep,’” the website said.

The biggest changes will be seen in history and science classes at Samo. There are already plans for the history department at Samo, which will have students focus more on writing as a result of the Common Core Standards. I-House Principal Renée Semik said that students can expect to see more Document Based Question (DBQ) essays in their history classes, which require students to develop a position on an issue and argue it after reading a historical document. Social Studies Department Chair Amy Bisson said that the Common Core will be an extension of a past trend for Samo. “In the past year we’ve already been trying to build in more writing into the curriculum,” Bisson said. “Hopefully there won’t be too many changes.” Chemistry teacher Sarah Lipetz said that the when the common core standards are implemented, the main emphasis in science will be placed on reading and writing of academic texts

-"(+67'.&$(2%&+$-&0(%(7*+$"4+$.5 English teachers at Samo also plan on restructuring the way they teach their classes around the Common Core Standards. “One of the things that you’re 8"&$8( -"( 2++( &2( .( '"-( ") ( $"$90(%-&"$( coming back into the English classrooms because the tests themselves and the Common Core Standards emphasize [the] idea that students need to be dealing with more real world information — understanding it, being able to write about it and synthesizing it,” English teacher Maria Stevens said. Samo student Gilda Alez (’14) thinks that the Common Core changes will improve how students learn. :;-( 0(12-<( 2=&-%*&$8( -*+( -+.%*&$8( focus might make learning harder for students, but once they get the hang of it, the Common Core Standards will probably help students better understand the material they are learning,” Alez said. cdebeus@thesamohi.com

The Common Core will alter current English, history, math and science standards at Samo to a more writing-centric curriculum.

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Teachers become students for an afternoon of education at Samohi University Muhammad Yusuf Tarr Staff Writer Teachers learned from each other in a series of workshops, entitled Samohi University, which took place in the History Building on Wednesday, April 24. In past years, Samo held similar community building days, but due to budget constraints, Samo faculty was

in Calif. had discussed incorporating human rights into the curriculum with teachers. “It’s extremely important to discuss human rights issues and show how relevant they are in all of our classes,” Gordon said. “Even though a story about arranged marriage or child !/"0)+1%,"1%2)%"%(3+4%35 %*6&#3.7%#&%#!%"% harsh reality for many young girls and boys around the world. It is important

The new component that [made] this Samohi University [was] a focus on sharing [the] best practices from our classrooms and experiences.” — Jennifer Pust, English Department Chair forced to use only campus resources and decided on a mini-college day with two rounds of 23 workshops. The result was a broad range of presentations, conducted by staff, faculty and students, that explored everything from classroom techniques to administrative assistance to personal sanity. “While some sessions focused on physical well-being like stress management and yoga, the new component that [made] this Samohi University [was] a focus on sharing [the] best practices from our classrooms and experiences,” English Department Chair Jennifer Pust said. Linda Gordon (’14), who led a workshop with the Human Rights Watch on human rights education, !"#$%&'#!%("!%&')%*+!&%&#,)%&'"&%!&-$).&!%

to make that connection.” Student Outreach Specialist Kimberly Nao facilitated a seminar on gender and sex. “Once [teachers] did a selfexploration about their own personality, I went into a large discussion [about] $)*.#.8%9('"&%#!%8).$)+:;%<"3%!"#$=%>?% hope that [teachers] look at the issue of gender from a deeper perspective and piece it apart a little bit.” According to Pust, the event was -/&#,"&)/1%53+%&')%!&-$).&!;%2).)*&= “We believe so strongly in helping 3-+% !&-$).&!% &3% 2)63,)% +)@)6&#0)7% thoughtful, lifelong learners, and to me, Samohi University is an opportunity for us as teachers to practice what we preach — we can model the importance of sharing ideas and learning from each other, and that schooling is never

ROP Student of the Year Muhammad Yusuf Tarr Staff Writer Logan Henderson (’13), David Leibman (’13), Max Myman (’13) and Ruhi Bhalla (’14) received Outstanding Regional Occupational Program (ROP) Student Recognitions for their work in their ROP classes. Every year, ROP teachers select one student per class that has shown an outstanding worth ethic and has exceeded expectations for nomination in a county-wide competition. Bhalla showed these skills in Film & Video Production, Henderson in Business Management-Project Echo, Leibman in IIT Essentials and Myman in Photography Level II. These students move on to a county competition, which involves interviews and work presentations. According to ROP counselor Sara Williams, out of the 43 Santa J3.#6"KJ"/#2-% L.#*)$% D6'33/% District (SMMUSD) students .3,#."&)$%53+%&'#!%"("+$7%3./1%*0)% students received these honors — the four Samo students and one Malibu High School student. Henderson resulted out of the county round with a prestigious gold medal and will attend an award ceremony. Leibman, Myman and Bhalla earned bronze medals. “I’ve put a lot of work into this competition and I am pleased to have had such a great outcome,” M).$)+!3.% !"#$=% >?% $)*.#&)/1% 5))/%

excited.” The students worked with their ROP teachers and classmates and attended workshops with Williams in order to best present their work. “We try to make them seem professional and top notch,” Williams said. “We train for interviews, which is what the competition is really about. These students partake in a mock #.&)+0#)(% (#&'% 6#&1% 35*6#"/!% ".$% receive feedback and then go to the district interview.” I'"//"7%"%*/,,"4)+7%!E).&%&')% ('3/)%1)"+%*.)!!#.8%')+%(3+4%(#&'% the consultation of her classmates. “I presented my work in front of [my] ROP class and I really appreciate the constructive criticism that my peers gave me since it helped in the long run,” Bhalla said. The ROP awards, Williams said, should only further students’ 63.*$).6)%".$%E"!!#3.= “These students are amazing and I am so honored to work with them,” Williams said. “These students have put so much heart and have invested so much time and energy into their ROP class and are also students that have been changed by their ROP class. It’s cool for me as a counselor to see these !&-$).&!% *.$% &')#+% E"!!#3.!% ".$% see that these classes are making differences.” mytarr@thesamohi.com

*.#!')$7A% B-!&% !"#$=% >C!% D).)6"% 3.6)% E+36/"#,)$7% 9F)% /)"+.% .3&% 53+% !6'33/7% but for life.’” Gordon was happy with the collaboration Samohi University sparked between students and teachers. “Teachers seemed extremely receptive to our ideas and happy to work together,” Gordon said. Math Department Chair Marae Cruce said that Samo plans on continuing the Samohi University program in the future. “The event ran rather smoothly,” Cruce said. “It was great to interact with colleagues and explore topics within our profession.” mytarr@thesamohi.com

The other side of the classroom 1. TOP: Dr. Kimberly Nao presents her seminar, “Gender in Schools.” 2. BOTTOM: Teachers Maria Stevens and Marybeth Reardon lead a discussion on grading techniques. Photos by: MARAE CRUCE

Yoga II class to train students for 6)+&#*6"&#3.%"!%138"%&)"6')+! Muhammad Yusuf Tarr Staff Writer Samo may provide a Yoga II class that will give students the opportunity to 2)63,)%6)+&#*)$%138"%&)"6')+!%.)G&%1)"+= Yoga II teacher Jason Battung is a ,),2)+%35%&')%H38"%C//#".6)7%"%.3.E+3*&% organization that represents yoga teachers &'+3-8'3-&% &')% ."&#3.% ".$% 6)+&#*)!% 138"% students as yoga teachers after 180 hours

mean being dedicated,” Culp said. “If you’re determined you can become a professional yogi. I know that I have that determination.” Jazmin Martinez (’15) said that she is looking forward to the thought of +)6)#0#.8%"%6)+&#*6"&#3.= “It’s always nice to have that option and to know that it’s there,” Martinez said. “If everything does work out it’s pretty

We have 180 days of school, so we have enough contact hours to qualify. Yoga students will need to be dedicated.” — Jason Battung,Yoga instructor of personal instruction. “We have 180 days of school, so we have enough contact hours to qualify,” Battung said. “Fifty minutes of instruction and a 10 minute break equals one hour of yoga instruction per Yoga Alliance. This requires perfect attendance, engagement and punctuality, so in order to reach this level, yoga students will need to be dedicated.” Students may attend extra sessions to make-up for any absences or compensate for any lost time during special schedules like California State Testing (CST), Battung said. Sedona Culp (’15), is excited at the prospect of becoming a yoga professional. >I)63,#.8% 6)+&#*)$% (3-/$%

633/%&3%!"1%&'"&%?%'"0)%"%6)+&#*6"&#3.=%?5%#&% doesn’t pan out I’ll be glad that I tried.” According to Battung, the class will require students to take Yoga I or

demonstrate past experience with yoga, (#//%#.03/0)%,3+)%$#5*6-/&%E3!)!%".$%&)"6'% Sanskrit. “I hope to see a student that is dedicated, who is willing to be uncomfortable and test their limits a little bit,” Battung said. “These students have to be interested in all facets of life, how these facets connect to themselves and in turn how that connects to everyone around them.” But despite the class’ approval by the Board of Education, the class may not be available next year due to a sign-up shortage. “More than one student has told me that their adviser doesn’t know that [Yoga II] is approved,” Battung said. “I fear that the communication chain has been broken, and Yoga II for 2013-14 might be lost in the process. If it has any chance, students need to talk to their advisers immediately.” mytarr@thesamohi.com

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German language class revived at Samo Camille De Beus Staff Writer

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BLATZ: English teacher Berkeley Blatz is bringing the German language back to Samo, a few years after the school-standardized German program was cut in 2007 due to declining interest.

!"#$% &"'()% *'+#,("-.% /'(0+-% 12032)'()%+-4%-,05'()%2* %"-6,"("-.% students, English teacher Berkeley Blatz’s German class is being resurrected at Samo. On Monday, Apr. 8, the day +*#'(% )3("-.% 5('+7% '-4'48% 9:+#;% +--2,-1'4% "-% +::% 2* % $")% 1:+))')% #$+#% he would be bringing back German, $2:4"-.% 1:+))')% *(20% <=<>% #2% ?=<>% p.m. every Monday. By the time the inaugural class started, Blatz had +52,#%@>%)#,4'-#)%"-%$")%1:+))(2208%+::% eager to learn German. 9:+#;8% A$2% .(+4,+#'4% *(20% B+02% "-% #$'% CDE>)8% A+)% "-)3"('4% #2% revive the German class over spring 5('+78% A$'-% $'% *2,-4% )20'% 2:4% German records while cleaning out his language materials. “I was surprised, I didn’t expect #$+#% 0,1$% "-#'(')#% F*(20% )#,4'-#)G8% though maybe it shouldn’t have surprised me because we always had enough interest to keep the program going in the past,” Blatz said. The German program at Samo $+)% +% $")#2(H% 2* % 0+7"-.% 120'5+17)I% /'(0+-%A+)%J()#%#+,.$#%+#%B+02%"-% #$'%E>)I%K#%A+)%1,#%"-%#$'%:+#'%L>)8%+-4% *2(%+%*'A%H'+()%#$'('%A'('%-2%/'(0+-% classes. Blatz decided to start it up +.+"-%"-%#$'%'+(:H%D>)8%,)"-.%#$'%&"'()% that are currently pinned up around Samo advertising German classes that are wide open to all students. In @>>M8%/'(0+-%1:+))')%A'('%1,#%2-1'%

again, until their recent comeback. The class keeps attracting more students, and Blatz has 'N'(H% "-#'-#"2-% 2* % 12-#"-,"-.% "#8% potentially doing two classes a week -'O#% H'+(% "* % -'1'))+(HI% B#,4'-#)% A"::% -2#% ('1'"N'% 2*J1"+:% )1$22:% 1('4"#% *2(% taking German, but since Blatz is a 1'(#"J1+#'4% /'(0+-% #'+1$'(8% $'% 1+-% N'("*H%#$+#%)#,4'-#)%#227%#$'%1:+))I%P'% plans on giving students a test that will determine whether or not he will 1'(#"*H%#$'0I This year Blatz plans on teaching Basic German, next year German 1 and so on. “The class is really interesting,”

+-4%$+)%4"**'('-#%3(2-,-1"+#"2-)8%5,#% #$'%A+H%9:+#;%#'+1$')%"#%0+7')%"#%*,-% and exciting to learn,” Pomerantz )+"4I% VP'T)% Y,)#% )2% 'O1"#'4% #$+#% H2,% can’t help but be too.” Blatz is very passionate about teaching German. VK% :2N'% )$"*#"-.% 0H% 3'()2-+:"#H% *(20% #'+1$"-.% Z-.:")$% #2% #'+1$"-.% +% *2('".-% :+-.,+.'8[% 9:+#;% )+"4I% VK#% ."N')% 0'% +% )'-)'% 2* % ('-'A+:I% K% *'':% like a snake that’s shed its skin and it rejuvenates me.” And while you could learn about the symbolic ambivalence 2* % ),1$% +% )-+7'% "-% 2-'% 2* % 9:+#;T)% English classes, the German class

It’s a whole different language and has different pronunciations, but the way Blatz teaches it makes it fun and exciting to learn.” — Ava Pomerantz (’14) Q+1$':% R"'7$2*'(% STC?U% )+"4I% V!'% just started, so we have only learned the basics — greetings, numbers, the alphabet. I’ll be back next week to learn more.” Perhaps the German language "#)':* % ")% -2#% #$'% 2-:H% ('+)2-% A$H% students are taking Blatz’s German 1:+))I% WN+% X20'(+-#;% STC?U% +##("5,#')% 3+(#%2* %$'(%+33('1"+#"2-%2* %#$'%1:+))% to Blatz’s personality. VK#T)% +% A$2:'% 4"**'('-#% :+-.,+.'%

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Staff Editorial:

What is going on with Samo? The Samohi Staff 2012-2013 With Samo’s current principal !"#$ %&'($ &% $ )*+$ ,-.$ /&'+.$ 0()"1)0!2+$ leaving their posts, there is no question that our school is headed for change. The only question is, what exactly is that change? According to Santa Monica3!2)4'$ 5"),.#$ 61/&&2$ 7)+*()1*$ 86335679$ 6'0.()"*."#."*$ 6!"#(!$ Lyon, the administrative change is part of her new vision for the school district. The only problem is, she has yet to share concrete details on what that vision entails. “As I developed my plan and vision for Samo and other schools, several administrators were given varied options for the ensuing school year,” Lyon wrote to the Santa Monica Mirror. “Some administrators have decided, instead, to embark on

different career paths and to seek other administrative and leadership opportunities as a result.” There is a chance that the change our school will go through will not be major. However, the void in communication between Lyon and the school has pushed some people to jump to the worst conclusion about the direction Samo is headed. It’s one thing to have one new administrative member come in, but to have almost a complete change of guard is concerning, to say the least. The new administrative members are competent and have remarkable credentials, but Samo will have an administration that for the most part has never led our school before. It is foolish to expect that anyone, even */.$ :&+*$ ;'!2),.#$ 0.(+&"<$ =&'2#$ 4.$ able to walk into a new school and immediately be able to excel at their job, yet this reality is exacerbated by

the fact that these new administrators will have precious few peers to show them the inner workings of the school, since most of the previous administration will be gone. Samo also has more administrators than a typical high school. This means that more people have to work together in order for the school to run smoothly. It seems as though such an administrative shake-up would be reserved for schools with failing >1!#.:)1$ ?.(%&(:!"1.$ @"#.A$ 8>?@9$ scores or massive cheating scandals. However, last year, Samo’s API score jumped 18 points from 805 to 823, so there seems to be no obvious reason behind why our school is going through the biggest administration change in recent years. Samo’s improvement was so drastic that it had the largest point jump out of any of its local peer institutions.

However, some people are welcoming the chance of change with open arms. They are hoping for a more smoothly run school with better communication. The main issue we have is not the change, but that Lyon has not made it clear what her vision is. It is reasonable to see that there is well-placed concern at such a big transition. It is therefore even more reasonable to understand why parents, students and faculty have the right to know Lyon’s exact plans for the school. If we are to face new policies due to such drastic change in administration, we at least deserve to know what the new direction we are going in is.

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If you smoke it, please don’t post it

Shayan Chetty Staff Writer What you do on the weekend is entirely your choice, but is it really necessary to pollute my newsfeed with +.2,.+$&% $B&'$+:&C)"D$!$4&"D<$0&00)"D$ open a beer or worst of all — posting a poorly photoshopped picture of yourself with not-really-questionable items hidden beneath those oh-soclassy kittens? It’s no secret that yes, our fellow peers have a high propensity for alcohol and marijuana, but it’s still illegal. And my fellow students’ gravitation towards the substances )+$ ,".$ 4B$ :.E$ @*F+$ G'+*$ */.$ )"1.++!"*$

updates on their new endeavors with drugs that are irritating. Without even owning an Apple product that allows access to Instagram or having my own Twitter account, the amount of pictures I’ve seen would make anyone question Samo as a school and even our generation as a whole. Just through Facebook or the sly during-class share of a particularly scandalous post, I’ve managed to see countless pictures of our student body lighting up, passed out or just completely wasted. There’s already the assumption that teenagers are nothing more than sex-crazed druggies — why back up this theory with real tangible proof ? HB$!22$:.!"+<$D&$!/.!#$!"#$%'2,22$*/!*$ stereotype on your own time, just don’t share it with the rest of the Internet — it’s a big place. Of all the people to show your pictures to, why choose the entire world? By posting them online, people who post these kinds of pictures of themselves are simply begging to be caught by the authorities, or worse — 1&22.D.$!#:)++)&"+$&%,1.(+E

Getting caught by college admissions could screw up your only chance at your college of choice. No matter how quickly you post and delete just to brag about your amazing, beyond-cool life as a doped up teenager, those pictures will always be online somewhere; it only takes a second for someone to screenshot an indecent picture. Colleges are just waiting to dig up that kind of dirt on kids — it makes their job a lot easier. I>#:)++)&"+$ &%,1.(+$ #&$ 1/.1C$ [students’] Facebook pages,” college counselor Julie Honda said. “If you’re a good kid and you get straight As and what not, why would you post pictures of yourself drinking and smoking? The same thing applies to a job, so can it affect you? Absolutely.” Posting these pictures really is just a mechanism to brag about what you do outside of school. To show everyone how above it all you are by escaping the woes of high school life. You may as well be shouting, “I drink alcohol and smoke weed!” from rooftops and expecting people to see you as accomplished, rather than as a

nuisance. Bragging about a crazy weekend you may not even remember is pointless, when you think about it. If you don’t remember what you did last night, odds are, I don’t want to be privy to that information. So by now some of you are probably wondering why I don’t just unfollow or de-friend these reckless classmates of mine and carry on with my life? The reason is that I care more about your intentions and the biggerpicture repercussions of posting the pictures than my annoyance at viewing them. This is about more than a single student’s irritation, it’s about =/!*$ */.$ !1*+$ 1&'2#$ (.J.1*$ !4&'*$ !$ whole generation. The fact that high school students experiment with alcohol and drugs )+$ =)#.2B$ C"&="<$ !"#$ @F22$ 4.$ */.$ ,(+*$ one to openly embrace that truth. But Samo, while we may not be above the )"J'."1.<$ =.$ 1!"$ #.,")*.2B$ 4.$ !4&-.$ putting pictures up online that show G'+*$/&=$)"J'."1.#$=.$(.!22B$!(.E schetty@thesamohi.com


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Opinion Stranger in a Strange World

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Tahreem Hassan is a sophomore foreign exchange student who comes from Pakistan. She has been attending Samo since the beginning of the school year. Tahreem Hassan Contributor Life is all about change. Every day we have to face changes in our daily routine. Being an exchange student has been a major change in my life. The exchange student is one who is willing to accept adversity and challenges without his/her own family members, travel to a different place with a diverse group of people and cope with a strange environment. It’s really hard and one needs a plethora -. %*-:!)6"%)93%?"B+$+0+&41%>%)#%6-+96% through the same process these days. My name is Tahreem Hassan, and I am an exchange student from Pakistan, Karachi. I am living here in Santa Monica, Calif., with a great host family, and I am going to Santa Monica High School. I am here through YES (Youth Exchange and Study Program) sponsored by AFS (American Field Service). AFS programs are spread out with hundreds of fortunate students

from different parts of the world coming to the U.S., and a number of students from the U.S. going to different countries. As I mentioned before, I come from Pakistan, a wonderful country with every resource and necessity of life. It is located in the center of the Asian continent, and it is surrounded by four of the most important countries in the world: India, Afghanistan, China and Iran. Pakistan is a land of 9)&:!)0% $"):&4C% /"% ')8"% ,8"% !+8"!(7% mountains, plateaus, valleys and the second highest peak of the world: K2. It is mostly an agricultural country with 50 percent of its economy based on cotton, wheat, rice, maize, tobacco, sugar cane, vegetables and fruits. It produces surplus amount of crops every year that are imported by other countries in Asia. It is a developing country, and a large amount of work

Although I miss my country, Pakistan, and family sometimes, I know I will never get this unique experience again, so I am making the most of it.” is taking place to make it a prosperous land. In fact, there are a number of talented people that will take it to the height of prosperity and development. My homeland is special for every Pakistani because after a long struggle )93% ,6'&% /+&'% D!+&)+9% )93% >93+)7% /"% won it. Prior to our independence 65 years ago, Pakistan was a part of India

Silence can be golden

Emma Gardner is a junior who is involved in Academic Decathlon, Mock Trial, tennis, choir and Site Governance. She is a frequent contributor to The Samohi. Emma Gardner Contributor One of the rarest things observed in conversation is a pure, unadulterated pause. We live in a fast-paced, mercurial society where silence is not merely scarce, but alien. Nature abhors a vacuum – silence. Those who can learn to master a well-placed pause will ,93%)%*-98"!()&+-9)0%/")5-9%+9%&'+(1% I discovered this tactic by accident, the result of my own awkwardness. I took a class at Princeton last summer. Upon completing the class, my peers and I were told we would receive our grades by mail within one week. After three agonizing weeks, I still had not received my grade, and resorted to *)00+96% &'"% #)+9% -.,*"1% =9*"% >% /)(% on the phone with the right person, I asked about my grade. “Nothing I can do,” came the response. “Our policy is clear. Everyone waits for their grades to come in the mail.” I was stunned into momentary speechlessness, not used to being so ?)&04%!".:("31 The aggravated voice, which I soon recognized as the director of my program, grumbled, “Well, we

until the British took over the subcontinent and ruled for over 100 years. British ruling was based on injustice. There were two important religious groups living in the sub-continent: Muslims and Hindus. Both peoples realized that they wanted their own country and wanted freedom from British slavery. After a long struggle, they got their own countries where they were allowed to follow their rituals and customs. Muslims got their homeland after losing thousands of precious lives. On Aug. 14 Pakistanis celebrate our independence day to !"#"#$"!% &'"% ()*!+,*"% &'-("% $".-!"% us made. It’s true we are not perfect — we have crime, but crime is in every corner of the world. Criminals are everywhere, but in Pakistan they have more freedom to break the law because Pakistan is not fully developed,

normally don’t like to do that over the phone...” I was about to respond with a monologue of my reasonable expectations and, subsequently, the 5!-6!)#@(%:9.:0,00"3%5!-#+("(7%/'"9%>% chose to delve way outside my comfort zone, and wait. I said nothing. I knew he was an )/;/)!3%6:47%)93%,6:!"3%&')&%+. %>%5:&% the burden on him to respond, I might be able to get more out of him than with the contentious criticism I always seemed to fall back on. After another few seconds of awkward phone silence, his opposition crumbled: “I — I guess I can look up your grade manually... What did you say your name was?” The lesson here is more than just that with a strategic pause, you can get your grades out of a recalcitrant !"6+(&!)!@(% -.,*"A% +&% +(% &')&% (+0"9*"% *)9% have a manipulative effect. With those who are conditioned to fear silence or who may be ill-equipped to deal with an awkward pause in a conversation — this is an excellent device to employ. Our Western mentality of instant 6!)&+,*)&+-9% +93:06"(% &'+(% 9""3% .-!% perpetual noise. We subconsciously feel &'"%9""3%&-%,00%&'"%(+0"9*"%/+&'%(-:931% Charles de Gaulle, who led France during and after World War II, wrote, “Silence is the ultimate weapon of power.” The only time society condones silence is when one is read his or her Miranda rights. Don’t wait until a 5-0+*"% -.,*"!% )38+("(% 4-:% &-% !"#)+9% silent to protect yourself — selectively use silence now to win arguments, to get other people to “incriminate” or reveal themselves, and to force a manipulative awkwardness. We students should add the strategic pause to our debate tool belts.

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and so therefore we don’t yet have a strong backbone. Pakistan is a newly born country. It has just been 65 years since Pakistan got independence, and 65 years is a short time to develop a country. Surely Americans can relate since your country got its freedom from Britain only a little over 200 years ago. But we certainly have strong hearts and minds and a powerful younger generation, like me, that will lead Pakistan. Now that I have shared something about where I come from, I

would like to show how my journey has opened up my eyes about where you come from. It has been four months since I moved here and the exchange program has helped me remove misconceptions and learn about this country. In the beginning it was hard to adjust in a new environment with new people. Everything was really different: food, language, dresses, religion and customs, but I love everything that has been a change because as AFS says: “Nothing is better or worse, it’s just different.” I celebrated Halloween, Thanksgiving )93% E'!+(&#)(% .-!% &'"% ,!(&% &+#"(% +9% my life, and my time celebrating these events was remarkable. Would you believe I left cookies and milk for Santa and he left me a thank you note in my language, Urdu? It was so fun to learn new traditions and to meet new people every day. My family also celebrated my festival “Eid” with me; it was a great time too. It felt good that people are curious about my customs and want to know more about them. I got so much respect and love from the people here, so it just took two or three weeks for me to adjust completely. The

hardest part for me was schooling. Schools here are remarkably different from Pakistan. Studies are easier here, but Samo is colossal. In Pakistan I was a student in a private school with only 300 students, and here there are 3,000 students, so it’s a massive difference. In the beginning, making friends was hard, but I am so happy that I made (-% #)94% .!+"93(% -9% &'"% ,!(&% 3)4% -. % school. Also, things never are stagnant; they always change. So now my life is wonderful. Everything is so different: school, family and friends. Things are just the way I always wanted, a great family and a huge group of loving friends. Although I miss my country, Pakistan, and family sometimes, I know I will never get this unique experience again, so I am making the most of it. Even though there’s so much diversity here in Santa Monica, I still believe that teenagers here should take part in exchange programs so like me they can open their eyes to a whole new world and hopefully create future leaders who are committed to world peace.

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Why Give?

Justin Sardo is a junior and the founder of Samo’s on-campus, student-led, charity organization, Pocket Change. Justin Sardo Contributor Deciding to do charity work is, quite simply, abandoning the “why nots?” — those reasons that you, that we, all give as support for inaction. Everybody wants to make a difference. Few act on that desire. Often, you will hear people asking that you put yourself in the shoes of someone in need — of someone struggling — yet that is not necessarily a realistic demand. For those of us with the opportunity to earn a great education, pursue what we want in life, with a warm, soft bed to sleep in at night and never a thought of hunger or thirst, how can we really understand what it is like to suffer? We can feel guilt, yet where does that get us? If someone less fortunate were to be put in our place, would they not want to treasure and hold fast to all that they would see as

luxury — that we take for granted? However, we do have the capacity to give. Realizing that capacity is to realize that we are all important — that we all have something to offer. Just as energy is never created nor lost, the existence of well-being is only shifted. Society today has isolated people through the concept -. %/")0&'1%2-3)4%5"-50"%,6'&7%(0)8"7% ()*!+,*"%)00%"0("%+9%5:!(:+&%-. %#-9"4%% — an object; meaningless. Money is not health. It is not friendship, not family, and not happiness. Yet somehow we have gotten the idea that money is the stuff of life. We

help — how many lives we change? Rather than focusing on making a bigger, faster society, why not aim to foster one of happiness? Some may respond to the plight of the less fortunate with the thought that there will always be a less fortunate, no matter the circumstances. Yet how )!"%/"%&-%,93%-:&%+. %/"%3-%9-&%#);"% an effort to change this? Now, we are only human and cannot be expected to put all wants and desires behind us. However, it we would not be human to sit idly by as others suffer. We can no longer keep the blinders on, remaining blissfully ignorant of

Just as energy is never created nor lost, the existence of well-being is only shifted.” work hard in school to go to a good college, to get a good job, to make good money, to buy a nice house, to marry a perfect spouse, to raise a perfect family and to retire happy and die happy. But a focus on money can alienate, leading to a trend of ("0,('9"((7%)93%*)9%-.&"9%0")8"%5"-50"% lonely and unhappy. Money allows individuals to taint the concept that we are all equal. Somehow we have developed the misconception that those who have money are “above” those who do not; that they are more successful. But what is success? Do we judge success by how many dollars we make, or how many people we

the problems that plague our city, our country, our world. Take that idea you have that you hoped would make you Benjamins and turn it into an idea that will help those in need. Take that time that you would waste and 3-%(-#"&'+96%&-%$"9",&%-&'"!(1%<+93% that piggy bank full of change you have been saving to spend on some unnecessary gadget and donate it. Realize that you do not need objects to be happy, but that your excess can allow for the happiness of another. Forget the American Dream. Here is a new one: do something to help someone.

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and by getting the word out about the choir trip, she did just that. All of her items were sold within a single weekend, easily making the last $100 she needed of her $1000 contribution. From the customer’s point of view, students are realizing that they can buy in-trend clothing for extremely low prices instead of spending twice as much elsewhere. Samo, however, is not the only school participating in this fad. Schools in the area such as Palisades, Venice and Marymount High Schools all have their own savvy clothes-sellers. Palisades student Lucky Drageset (’16) has sold tank tops and dresses online as well, even to some Samo students. According to fellow Pali student Taylor Pecsok (’15), a lot of people have been selling and buying clothing from one another through Facebook and the act has considerably grown in popularity — it makes up a fourth of any Pali girl’s wardrobe. The fact that the trend has branched out far beyond Samo is no surprise to avid customer and Samo student Nilou Sheikhpour (’14). “It’s like online shopping,” Sheikhpour said. “It’s easy and fun and you’re helping a friend out while also paying cheaper prices and getting clothes the next day rather than five business days.” According to Pecsok, however, the effects of this trend branching out further and further could have a major impact. Popular stores like Urban Outfitters and Brandy Melville are getting ripped off and losing customers as their clothing is recycled and drastically marked down from the usual price.

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