Gone Without Grins

Sejal Agarwal '20

April 9, 2018

On Monday, February 19, 110 school girls from the district of Dapchi, Nigeria are taken by a jihadist group, presumably Boko Haram. Monday was a testing day for the youth residents of Dapchi, Nigeria. Many female students had assemb...

North Korean Participates in the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics: Hope for the Future?

Daphne Tang ‘19

April 9, 2018

Throughout the centuries, the Winter Olympics has united the hearts and minds of the international community in the spirit of athleticism. As Yuna Kim, an internationally renowned figure-skater from South Korea, lighted the O...

NRA: The Pressure To Act

Sri Guttikonda ‘20

April 9, 2018

3 months. 18 school shootings. 21 deaths. The number of deaths vary, the locations vary, but the choice of weapon remains the same: guns. With the recent Parkland shooting, the debate over gun control has reemerged stronger than eve...

A Rising Film Industry

Angelina Xu ‘21

February 27, 2018

China stands as the world’s number one consumer for a wide range of products, from smartphones to luxuries, and most recently, movies with the country finally allowing the screening of foreign entertainment. Consequently, th...

The Future of SpaceX… and Beyond

Ryan Zhang ‘20

February 27, 2018

SpaceX, or Space Exploration Technologies Corporation, is a private organization founded by Elon Musk. A South African-born entrepreneur with degrees in both business and physics, Elon Musk started off as a co-founder of PayPal, ...

The End of Apple?!

Albert Gu ‘19

February 27, 2018

Apple. As a household name synonymous with luxury and innovation, Apple has always maintained a certain amount of intimacy with the public, having by far the best public opinion of all tech companies. However, the once-respectable c...

The Enigma of 45

The Enigma of 45

February 27, 2018

An Icy Yet Heated Olympics

Navya Yemula ‘18, School News Editor

February 27, 2018

On Tuesday, January 2nd, 2018, North Korea officially announced its participation in the 2018 Winter Olympics in Seoul, South Korea. As North Korea’s burning nuclear missile threats increase tensions, their announced participation t...

So Long, Saleh

Meredith Lou ‘20

January 13, 2018

On December 4th, Houthi rebels killed former Yemeni president Ali Abdullah Saleh, broadcasted in a brusque video of his dead body being thrown into a pickup truck. This comes only days after Saleh broke the fragile tactical alli...

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