Kevin Melendez is co-captain of the varsity swim. He plans to attend UC San Diego to major in psychology with a minor in child psychology. He would also like to study abroad. He has received awards for AP scholar and platinum for Renaissance. Francisco Lopez-Montano is plans to attend UC Davis majoring in economics and political science. He has been active in CSF, gay/straight alliance, swim team, mock trial and Model UN. He is an AP Scholar with honor and a Platinum Renaissance student. Armita Norouzi is the 2016 valedictorian. She has multiple outstanding achievements in AP subjects and is active in Link Crew and CSF, and has 420 volunteer hours at CCC Regional Medical Center. She’ll attend Cal to major in psychology while completing pre-med courses for a career as a surgeon.
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There’s something to be said for efficiency. Diana Ross was only onstage Tuesday at the SHN Golden Gate Theatre in San Francisco for some 80 minutes. Yet, she still managed to pack plenty of punch — as well as many of the best songs in popular music history — into the evening. That’s not to say that she played everything fans wanted to hear. It would take something like 80 hours, not 80 minutes, to completely cover all of her many bases. Still, Ross used her time quite wisely and fans appeared to leave the building feeling like they’d gotten their money’s worth.
The ballet company hopes that free performances like this will help to inspire some young students who may not otherwise have the opportunity to go to the theater and see the production themselves, The company has visited more than 37 schools since it began its “Discover Dance” program in 2010, Company dancer Alysia Chang, who plays Marie in “The Nutcracker,” said she really enjoyed having the opportunity to introduce children to ballet, “For some of these kids, it’s the first time they get to see ballet tote bag darling african american ballet dancer toddler or big kid dance bag in front of them,” she said, “Early exposure is so important; it’s harder to instill an interest once you’re older,” she said, “I think the reason I dance is because I was introduced at a young age.”..
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