FDR delivering a “fireside chat.”

This Week in History: April 12

Anant Srinivasan, Staff Writer April 28, 2022

On April 12, 1945, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the 32nd president of the United States, passed away, leaving a void felt deeply by many across the nation. His enduring twelve-year presidency and leadership...

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The that girl trend has taken a large effect on girls and young people overall.

Opinion: Redefining Health in an Appearance-Based Society

Yana Giannoutsos, Staff Writer April 6, 2022

That Girl and Other Trends The idea of “that girl” has spread rapid-fire around social media platforms, much like other popular diet and lifestyle trends. But what if trends like this sparked the...

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Coming Full-Circle: What We Learned from the Pandemic

Coming Full-Circle: What We Learned from the Pandemic

Linda Petersen, Staff Writer March 29, 2022

Recently, I’ve been thinking a lot about time. I’m quickly nearing the end of my senior year, but I’m not so sure I feel like a senior. It seems like it went too fast, but in other ways, it feels...

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Your local Pokeworks should truly be a staple in your diet.

Pokeworks: For the Strong Ones

Bella Andjelkovic, Managing Editor March 29, 2022

My dad, a Serbian immigrant, blames his love for all things spicy on his eastern European roots. Therefore, as his daughter, I blame my love for all things spicy on him. And when I say “love,” I mean...

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Trevor Noahs Born a Crime is a satisfying read that is definitely worth a read.

Born a Crime: Trevor Noah’s Life Story

Angel Gupta, Staff Writer March 15, 2022

Born a Crime is talk show host Trevor Noah’s debut novel. The autobiography reflects his childhood in Africa, with many crushes and dreams and a big family to call his own. The only thing that sets him...

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Amy Tans The Joy Luck Club stands as a beautiful novel definitely worth a read.

An Immigrant’s Luck

Angel Gupta, Staff Writer March 5, 2022

“This house was built too steep, and a bad wind from the top blows all your strength back down the hill. So you can never get ahead. You are always rolling backward”.  Amy Tan’s The Joy Luck...

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Ocean Vuong offers an introspective, jarring story in his first novel, On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous.

Some Things Truly Are Gorgeous

Saniya Shah, Staff Writer February 3, 2022

On Earth We’re Briefly Gorgeous, by Ocean Vuong, explores the very depth of being. In this fiction narrative heavily based on personal experiences, Vuong constructs a poignant, tragic, horrifying, and...

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In light of Chinese New Year, beautiful artwork takes center stage.

Beauty in Culture

Bernie Huang, Media Staff February 2, 2022

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Ladybird grows with the spectator as they grow with her.

Ladybird: A Movie That Grows With You

Ria Raniwala, Managing Editor January 24, 2022

In all of Earth’s 4.6 billion years, it’s pure serendipity that we happen to be alive to witness some of the planet’s best ages. Some are glad they exist at the same time as rapidly increasing technological...

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Governors Ball was an outstanding an fantastic way to involve music back to everyones life.

Music Resurfaces and Flourishes Despite Covid-19

Maddie Levi and Ella Mancuso January 11, 2022

The music industry has been revitalized with music festivals, concerts, and new album releases.   Covid-19 did not prevent Governors Ball 2021 from coming back bigger and better than ever before....

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