Fall is here. The leaves are changing color, pumpkin spice is in, and you can see your breath in the mornings. That also means that fall fashion has returned, and at Ukiah High, it is not taken lightly.
Bogner is, with no question, the thrifting queen of Ukiah High. She is a 70s earth fairy with a bright mind and sweet persona that is loved by many. You might not know her by name, but you definitely noticed her fits in the halls.
Ukiah High’s Tayo Ramirez might not be the most talkative Wildcat but his bold fashion choice stands out. We spoke with Ramirez about his Bay Area-inspired fashion choices and the world of Babytron hip-hop that motivates him.
Duong provided advice to fellow Wildcats on how to start their own business saying, “My tip for fellow Wildcats is to pursue your passion whatever it may be. Don’t give up on what you enjoy doing and what makes you happy.”
As the seasons are transitioning, temperatures are dropping. People will want something stylish and comfy to keep their heads warm, and the perfect solution appears with beanies. Beanies are warm, cozy, and fashionable- the perfect fall fashion! UHS News interviewed a few beanie-wearing Wildcats about their favorite skullcap to keep them comfy in the winter months.
UHS Senior Hailey Seever said she gets her outfit inspiration from having “a lot of animals, and I do a lot of work outside, so I have to dress appropriately for that.” Seever says that her style mostly just goes with her lifestyle. Seever would consider herself “country” by the way she lives and what she does.
“Nike has always been in the clothing game, yeah they’re known for their performance/fitness wear but have grown to become a part of the world of style. Their simplistic white design with the swoosh on the sides gives the shoe an amazing sneaker that can go with any outfit.”
Fetzer explained what “punk” means to him: “a way of life as well as a music style. It's an attitude and a way of thinking. And the way of thinking is doing what you think is right regardless of what others think and say."
Today, December 8th, 2023, the Ukiah High Wildcats unleashed their artistic prowess at the December Performing Arts Showcase, treating both staff and students to a spectacular feast of performing arts delights!
The Ukiah High News team would like to congratulate Junior Nicole Muniz and Senior Maritza Jacobs, the dynamic single players of the UHS Tennis team. The duo participated and won 3rd place in the annual doubles tournament at Santa Rosa Junior College on November 1st and 2nd.