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Each year, juniors and seniors travel to Ashland, Oregon, for four days during the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. Students watch plays, explore the town of Ashland and experience outdoor activities such as whitewater rafting or bicycling. This year’s featured play was Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar,” which English teachers Patricia Fels, Jane Bauman and Jason Hinojosa read and analyzed with the students in the weeks leading up to the trip.
—Video by Harrison Moon
On the Move
Junior Brandy Riziki carries her backpack as she walks to the next play. (Photo by Harrison Moon)
Three's a Crowd
(From left to right) juniors Heidi Johnson, Lia Kaufman and Tori Van Vleck sit on a bench in Ashland Park, which stretches throughout the city for two miles.
(Photo by Jack Christian)
Brace Yourselves for Biking
Seniors Nico Burns (far right), Smita Sikaria (far left) and Riya Rampalli (middle) get ready to go biking. (Photo by Sonja Hansen)
Eating on the Go
Senior Esme Bruce-Romo walks along street after getting some food at a local restaurant. (Photo by Harrison Moon)
Junior Joe Zales rings up his order at Zoey's, a popular creamery among the junior class.
(Photo by Jacqueline Chao)
Lapping Up Lithia
Junior Allison Zhang drinks from a fountain spouting natural lithia water, a healthy but also very sulfuric-tasting type of mineral water. (Photo by Jacqueline Chao)
Junior Yanele Ledesma goes on her phone while walking right near a brook near the roadside.
(Photo by Harrison Moon)
(From right to left) seniors Nico Burns, Smita Sikaria, Howard Yuan, Riya Rampalli, Sonja Hansen and Carlos Nuñez pose for a group photo after breaking free from a puzzle room. (Photo used by permission of Sonja Hansen)
Lights, Camera - Ashland!
The theater wherein some juniors and seniors saw "Polina," a coming-of-age French film about a Russian ballerina. (Photo by Harrison Moon)
A group of juniors and seniors pose together on a wall in the city. (Photo used by permission of Annya Dahmani)