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Technological proficiency or programming fluency?

Lyndon Kaneko, Contributing Writer
March 31, 2020

With our day-to-day lives becoming ever more dependent on technology, learning the basics of what constructs those very conveniences becomes ever more essential. However, demands for students to learn...

GraceNotes: Lessons learned as a senior

Grace Lee, Opinion Editor
March 17, 2020

What students say about senior year is true: it is the hardest year of high school. In the past few months, I’ve been flooded with college applications, a somehow increasing workload, hope, despair,...

Government mishandles COVID-19 epidemic

Josh Chou, Asst. A&E Editor
March 17, 2020

Amidst breaking news of a coronavirus outbreak in the U.S., I was far from assured by President Trump’s decision to place Vice President Mike Pence in charge of the response team. Instead of gathering...

Sensationally Satirical: Rejecting my acceptance

Sensationally Satirical: Rejecting my acceptance
Alex Chun, Asst. Sports Editor
March 17, 2020

As college decisions arrive, my dreams of a successful life have begun to crumble. My only college decisions are a couple of pathetic Regents invites from mediocre UC schools and a rejection from Brown...

A title for the masses

A title for the masses
March 17, 2020

Crash Course Candidate: Unrealistic expectations for climate change

Reyna Wan, Asst. Opinion Editor
March 17, 2020

With fluctuating temperatures and the recent heat waves in Antarctica, climate change is an ever impending issue that’s constantly being both advocated for and disregarded. If this attitude continues,...

Eye of the Editors: Importance of standardized curriculum

March 17, 2020

Throughout high school, Diamond Bar High School students cannot help but notice the disparities between advanced math and English classes, mainly that the former has a unified curriculum while the latter...

Crash Course Candidate: Combating the current college debt crisis

Renee Elefante, News Editor
February 18, 2020

Every year, more and more American college graduates find themselves feeling trapped in one of our country’s biggest prisons: student loan debt. According to Forbes Magazine, 44.7 million American college...

Stressfully Satirical: 10 minutes of wellness before more stress

Stressfully Satirical: 10 minutes of wellness before more stress
Victoria Artale, Photo Editor
February 18, 2020

Concerned about the immense amount of stress high school students are under, teachers have begun implementing relaxation activities into the daily class schedule. Some of these activities include stretching,...

‘Unplugged’ event has better solution

Camille McCurry, Staff Writer
February 18, 2020

With the rise of cellphone usage among teenagers, many studies have shown that one’s mental capabilities and health are impeded by excessive amounts of social media and technology exposure.  To bring...

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