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Shooting at Saugus High

Shooting at Saugus High

Jaeeun Park, Staff Writer

November 14, 2019

This morning on Nov. 14, a 16-year-old male student opened fire around 7:30 a.m. on Saugus High School’s campus. Two victims were fatally shot and four were wounded. This includes the gunman, who attempted suicide by shooting himself in the head, which failed. He remains alive and is in a hospital for ...

Head in the Clouds II: A Review

Head in the Clouds II: A Review

Jaeeun Park and Minjun Kim

November 12, 2019

    On Oct. 11, 88rising, an Asian music collective, released its album “Head in the Clouds II”, mainly produced by Joji (George Miller) who rose to mainstream fame with his song “SLOW DANCING IN THE DARK.” “Head in the Clouds II” is a sequel to 88rising’s debut album “Head in the Clou...

Beto O’Rourke Ends 2020 Presidential Bid

Zach Singer, Staff Writer

November 10, 2019

Beto O’Rourke, gassed out of money and face-planting in DNC polls, abandoned his presidential campaign on Friday, Nov. 1 just hours before the Iowa Democratic event.    After a neck-and-neck Senate battle in a fight to turn Texas blue in 2018, O’Rourke’s mission ultimately failed a...

We The People

We The People

October 28, 2019

Since its foundation, the United States has been a beacon of opportunity for immigrants. Thousands from all around the world come to this country, often gambling for a better life. According to the 2018 Current Population Survey, approximately 89.4 million people, or 28 percent of the overall U.S. pop...

Words Fail: How “Dear Evan Hansen” shares a harmful message

Words Fail: How “Dear Evan Hansen” shares a harmful message

Emily Yoon, Staff Writer

October 22, 2019

  The Broadway musical “Dear Evan Hansen” boasts an iconic soundtrack and a cast full of talented musical theatre performers, not to mention the Tony award for best musical in 2017. Having quickly gained traction in the musical world with hits such as “Waving Through a Window” and “You Will Be ...

TruthFinder has Information on Everyone: Ethical or Not?

TruthFinder has Information on Everyone: Ethical or Not?

Reya Mehta, Staff Writer

October 4, 2019

   In today’s world, privacy has gone extinct. About 49 million Instagram influencers, celebrities and brands had their accounts breached on May 20. Their private contact information, including their location, email address and phone number, were exposed.     There have been so many data breaches ...

Thank You, Next: Why I’m not a Feminist

Thank You, Next: Why I’m not a Feminist

Jaeeun Park, Staff Writer

September 26, 2019

   This summer I visited a museum in bustling NYC and, after a few minutes of mindless wandering, ended up in their gift shop. There I saw some tastelessly designed merchandise that practically screamed about how amazing women were, and that we should fight for equal rights as men. After cringing a...

The Hallyu Wave is Drowning Me

The Hallyu Wave is Drowning Me

Jaeeun Park, Staff Writer

September 16, 2019

   I can clearly remember my childhood and the usual routine I would have after school. After finishing my homework, I would scramble up to my grandmother, lying next to her on our warm heated mat. I’d be intrigued by the cliche, dramatic plot of a rich, good-looking company heir’s tight-lipped m...

What a “Climate Emergency” Means For Us

September 15, 2019

On May 1, The UK parliament declared a “climate emergency.” Not even a month later, New York City declared one, too. And now the City Council of Los Angeles is going further to initiate its declaration. As the urgency to protect our environment rises in activists and few politicians, what does this “climate ...

The Evils of the Child Acting Industry

The Evils of the Child Acting Industry

Anonymous, Staff Writer

September 14, 2019

  Trigger warning: mention of sexual abuse/rape  “He told me to leave as fast as possible,” Cole Carter recounted. “The police came in. I’m really grateful for the parent that saved my life.”      At the mere age of 16, Carter, a Hart High junior, has built quite a caree...

Self-Care Accounts are a Plague On Social Media

Mia Ouyang, Staff Writer

September 13, 2019

Self-Care Accounts are the Plague of Social Media    I’m starting this article with the message that taking care of your mental and physical health is great. It’s important to remember that people are allowed to do things they actually enjoy. It’s not a bad thing to want to take care of yo...

on putting yourself first

on putting yourself first

Iman Baber

September 10, 2019

Lying in the bottom drawer of my desk is a journal I have owned for seven years.  It’s first thirty or so pages are filled with the doodles and chronicles of nine to twelve year old me. Rereading the innocent entries, I can’t help but smile at the crooked handwriting, cartoonish people, and the ...

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