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Body Goals

Body Goals

How should we be talking about our bodies?
Emily Yoon, A&E Editor March 13, 2021

  Content warning: weight loss, eating disorders  I’ve been struggling to write this editorial for weeks. Ideas appear to me in a variety of elusive forms: sometimes a critique on diet and fitness...

Zoom in Review

A retrospective about online learning
Ricky Rojas and Jessica Son March 6, 2021
With the spring semester in session and students working hard in classes, it is hard to imagine a time before online learning.
America Moving Forward

America Moving Forward

Iman Baber February 17, 2021

   There has been one constant in my household over the entirety of quarantine: the drone of the news playing from the TV; all morning, all afternoon, all evening, until we practically have the cycle...

Letter to 2025

Letter to 2025

Jasmine Wongphatarakul, Alice Xie, and Katie Luo February 9, 2021

Dear 2025,    It’s me, 2020. I’m a little embarrassed because of last year. Actually, to say I’m embarrassed would be an understatement — I am ashamed. A lot of people are mad at me, posting...

Standardized testing in quarantine: how the closure of testing centers affects students.

Standardized testing in quarantine: how the closure of testing centers affects students.

Ricky Rojas and Brandon Kim December 14, 2020
“[Last year’s] AP exam was more of a marathon than a FRQ. There were way too many questions for the time limit so it was up to the students to see how many questions they could answer." -Mr. Burrill, AP Calculus Teacher
Happiness is only one click away.

Happiness is only one click away.

Jaeeun Park, Opinions Editor December 14, 2020

It is December 2020, and about nine months have passed since I began life within my bubble consisting of the kitchen and the living room couch. The only node that connects me to the outside world is the...

Activism during quarantine

Activism during quarantine

Haley Choe and Andrew Kang December 14, 2020

How can I get involved in making positive change for my community?    In its current state, the world needs drastic social reform and improvements if we want to maintain and provide equal opportunities...

reflections on 2020

reflections on 2020

Iman Baber, Editor-in-Chief December 14, 2020

   I’ve avoided writing this piece for weeks.       Because I have no idea where to start.     I took upon the task of writing this article, reasoning that the nature of the last year...

How Stranger Things season four filming has changed during the pandemic

How Stranger Things season four filming has changed during the pandemic

Vanessa McLaughlin, Staff Writer November 17, 2020

   As Netflix begins to produce season four of “Stranger Things”, fans and viewers of the show have wondered what it might contain. Released photos of the new sets, actors and outfits have fans...

What we know about the COVID-19 vaccine

What we know about the COVID-19 vaccine

Emily Chang and Ashley Park November 16, 2020

   As the spread of the coronavirus pandemic consumes the minds of local residents in SCV and people across the globe, information about the vaccine development and distribution is eagerly sought after...

We need to cancel

We need to cancel “cancel culture”

Jaeeun Park, Opinions Editor October 30, 2020

   Doja Cat is cancelled. So are talk show host Jimmy Fallon, internet personality Shane Dawson, author J.K. Rowling and endless more.     According to Merriam-Webster, the term “cancel” means...

The human race often creates things that could potentially harm them in the future

The human race often creates things that could potentially harm them in the future

Reya Mehta , Staff Writer June 3, 2020

   The human race is the most intelligent species to ever walk the Earth, but there are times when this “intelligence” can be questioned. One such instance is how we create things that have destructive...

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