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Con: Colleges are De-emphasizing SAT in Admission Process

Daniel Kim, Contributing Writer
December 12, 2012

The SAT accurately gauges a student’s intelligence. Ever since anyone can remember, the Scholastic Assessment Test, or more commonly referred to as the SAT, has been the benchmark exam for high school...

Pro: Colleges are De-emphasizing SAT in Admission Process

Emily Wong, Contributing Writer
December 12, 2012

The SAT does not offer an even playing field for applicants. The SATs have long played a critical part in students’ acceptances into certain colleges. Last year, however, UC Regents decided to exclude...

Blazing Trails of Satire: Texas Annexation

Blazing Trails of Satire: Texas Annexation

Sarah Cho, Feature Editor
December 12, 2012

"A house united cannot stand. I believe this government can endure 49/50th United States and 1/50th the lone star state smashed between Mexico and the rest of America. I do not expect the Union to remain...

Eye of the Editors: Greener Environment


December 12, 2012

DBHS must implement a recycling system in order to reap the monetary benefits. Reduce, reuse, recycle. This familiar phrase has been stated repeatedly throughout our educational careers. We are encouraged...

Chri$tmas vs. Christmas: Finding the True Spirit of the Holiday Season

Hanna Kang, Staff Writer
December 12, 2012

The arrival of winter brings along Christmas, which people consider the most anticipated holiday of the year. This festive season gives the go-ahead for excited shoppers to flood shopping malls and online...

Inked Out from Middle School Career Fair

Vrinda Chauhan, Contributing Writer
December 12, 2012

A tattoo artist was not permitted to attend a career fair, as his occupation choice will negatively influence the young students. Last month, in Clearwater Middle School in Florida, Walter Smith was justifiably...

Teacher Tenure: A Shortcut to Complacency

Justin Park, Editor-in-Chief
December 12, 2012

Protection from unfair terminations may be beneficial to teachers, but tenure does nothing to promote the betterment of the quality of American education for the students. We complain about bad teachers...

Standalone Cartoon: Spare the Rod

Standalone Cartoon: Spare the Rod

Gloria Kim, Asst. Editorial Editor
October 24, 2012

Props to Prop. 30

Angie Zhang, Feature Editor
October 24, 2012

More money must be allocated in order to improve our educational system. With the United States’ rapidly declining economy and an even faster increase of national debt, it’s no small surprise that...

Wanted: Responsible Leadership on Campus

Rose Kim, Web Editor
October 24, 2012

Student leaders should uphold higher ethics and display appropriate conduct. A leadership position in any organization is a coveted role, both for those with a natural inclination to lead a group of people,...

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