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Eye of the Editors: Computer literacy

April 25, 2022

Whether you’re programming computers for Apple or having an art show in New York City, technology is now embedded into practically any field of the 21st century. Of course, different fields require varying...

Redefining views on masculinity

Redefining views on masculinity

Jeremiah Jung, Asst. News Editor
April 25, 2022

The last thing I expected to hear while running out of the Chick-fil-A playground with blood dripping onto my Crocs was a complete stranger telling me to “man up.” Boyishly naive and in pain from skinning...

Wan-Take: Game of political disconnection

Reyna Wan, Editor-in-Chief
April 25, 2022

On any given day, my Instagram feed can range from a column on vaccinations to an activist speaking about gender fluidity or racial hate crimes. I read the New York Times at least once a day and am a casual...

Campus sporting inequality

Campus sporting inequality

Ethan Ro, Staff Writer
April 25, 2022

There is no doubt that school sports such as football and basketball draw the most attention, often representing a school’s entire athletic program. But with so much attention given to these “popular”...

Failing plans leave citizens unhoused

Nathan Chu, Asst. Sports Editor
April 25, 2022

Suffering the impacts of drug addiction, mental illness and violence as a result of governmental and societal neglect, the unhoused population in California wakes up each morning hoping to survive another...

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Sluggardly Satirical: The tortoise and the Harvard-bound

Kyle Hong, Staff Writer
April 25, 2022

Being a high schooler, I am surrounded by academic prowess– where anything less than the maximum signals the heat death of the universe to my studious peers. But, starting today, other students will...

Eye of the Editors: Internet security

March 15, 2022

In an age where the internet is accessible from almost anywhere, it’s become normalized for schools across the country to blacklist “non-educational” websites on their district wifi, which includes...

SMARTER plans to end the pandemic

Rachel Lee, Asst. Opinion Editor
March 15, 2022

While the COVID-19 pandemic has felt like an eternity, the era of masks and social distancing may soon come to an end in certain states. Seeing recent increases in vaccinations and a sharp decrease...

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‘Tis the season for slacking off

Niko Yatawara, Editor-in-Chief
March 15, 2022

It started with the tardies. As expected with any first or zero period class, some students would typically trickle in a few minutes after the bell. But, come second semester, what could initially be written...

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