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CON art

Emily Jacobsson, A&E editor

April 26, 2017

Filed under Opinion

I appreciate and enjoy the arts as much as anyone, and while I don’t want to sound like the parents who are only happy when their children pursue medicine or engineering, I am forced to recognize the fact that in our society, ...

PRO art

Pauline Villegas, A&E Editor

April 26, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Majoring in the arts has gained a bad reputation for producing lower incomes than other majors, and as such, artists are generally seen as the underdogs of society for choosing the “unconventional” path of life. However, when it ...

Gap year — only for the privileged few

Bernard Chen, Editor in Chief

April 26, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Taking a year away from schoolwork to pursue personal interests, gain professional experience or travel? Sounds good in theory. With increasing popularity among high school graduates, taking a gap year before attending college h...

Eye of the Editors: AP Classes

April 26, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Advanced Placement. What truly qualifies as “advanced?” A look into a typical Diamond Bar High School AP classroom goes a short way into answering that: Are those classrooms with students sleeping the advanced ones? What has...

Airports: The new political battleground

Catherine Zhang, Feature Editor

April 26, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Laptops, iPads and cameras. These seemingly harmless devices are among the latest additions  to the ever growing list of possessions passengers cannot take onto a plane. However, this restriction serves as an act of discrimination aga...

TRUMP REALITY

TRUMP REALITY

March 21, 2017

Protect privacy rights

Emily Kim, Sports Editor

March 21, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Phones, televisions, computers and even smart cars. These days, there is virtually nothing that cannot be hacked, tracked or followed. This may soon develop into a major problem with keeping our private lives what they are: pr...

Privacy does not exist

Stuart Kusdono, Asst. Opinion Editor

March 21, 2017

Filed under Opinion

The WikiLeaks release of several documents detailing CIA hacking has put the media and public into paranoia once again about the end of what is perceived as individual privacy. How funny. Given the pervasiveness of hacking in today’s te...

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