Reviving Activism through World War Meme

Samantha Liu ‘22

March 3, 2020

When President Donald Trump launched a calculated strike on the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps killing head Qasem Soleimani, the media predicted catastrophe. Iran erupted into chaos, Washington drew battle lines, and long-ing...

And I Oop-ing Our Way into History Textbooks

Varsha Bhargava ’23

February 9, 2020

VSCO Girls with their scrunchies and oversized t-shirts, E-girls and E-boys with their dark ensembles, soft girls with their rosy cheeks and pink dresses. These personas are taking over the internet and our schools; will this gene...

Overtime Rules in NFL Playoffs: Should They Be Changed?

Hudson Yu ‘22

February 9, 2020

Despite the ongoing debates, the overtime rules in the NFL  playoffs are fair as they remain and should not be changed   In the NFL, when teams become tied at the end of the fourth quarter, the match goes into over...

Impeachment Inevitable

Sungwon Chung ‘22

November 7, 2019

For too long, President Trump has been repeatedly abusing his power, and not abiding by the Supreme Laws of the Land set in place by our founding fathers to ensure that America stays free of corruption. With unconstitutional policies ...

Homework Question: Should We Have Homework?

Michelle Li ‘20

November 7, 2019

Homework. Work for the home. Something that many kids dread to do after eight long hours in a school day. Homework is defined as a set of tasks assigned to students by their teachers to be completed outside of the classroom, and t...

Does Vontaze Burfict deserve a suspension?

Hudson Yu '22

November 7, 2019

On Sunday, October 6, Raiders linebacker Vontaze Burfict was ejected from the Raiders-Colts game due to his helmet to helmet hit with Indianapolis Colts tight end Jack Doyle. His latest on-field incident will suspend him for t...

Article 370: Revoking or Provoking?

Diya Jain '23

November 7, 2019

For such a small piece of land, the long-disputed territory of Kashmir sure knows how to stir up big trouble. Its origin story could be to blame for a history characterized by war, invasion, rebellion and a mess of laws and legislat...

Is Digitally Produced Music Better Than Traditional Music?

Ethan Coyle ‘20

April 8, 2019

In an age of increasingly sophisticated and omnipotent technology, no entertainment industries remain untouched by technology’s impact. Perhaps the greatest change has occurred in the music industry, as popular music that once had ...

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