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No More Nike

Peyton Hainline, Sports Editor

April 26, 2019

Filed under Columns, Sports

In 2016 sports leagues and programs around the nation were turned upside when NFL quarterback, Colin Kaepernick, decided that instead of standing up for what he believed in, he was going to kneel down. Kaepernick aimed to call...

It’s no cakewalk

Lucy Tu, Co-Editor-in-Cheif

April 5, 2019

Filed under Columns

It’s 2:30 A.M., and I’m pouring over my chemistry textbook. Words are buzzing around my head, and I feel myself teeter on the brink of a breakdown. School has become the only in- gredient in my life. It’s like I...

It’s getting hot in here

Isa Luzarraga, Entertainment Editor

February 18, 2019

Filed under Columns, Opinions

     After record breaking wind chills and temperatures across the U.S. the last week in January, President Trump sent out one of his notoriously controversial tweets regarding his beliefs about global warming. And although th...

Cheating the cheaters

Lahari Ramini, News editor

February 14, 2019

Filed under Columns, Opinions

Our society has created a path of success for every individual: go to school, get your diploma, get a good job, and become successful. And while this has worked in the past, now more than ever, schools have gotten harder, and...

Pressing on

McKenzie Nelson, Editor-in-Chief

December 9, 2018

Filed under Columns, Opinions

Over a month ago a Saudi national and journalist, Jamal Khashoggi, died in Saudi Arabia’s Embassy in Istanbul, Turkey. Khashoggi was a journalist that often decried the Saudi government. It was because of his criticism that h...

Wearing two jerseys

Wearing two jerseys

December 9, 2018

Why not #MeToo

Aanya Agharwal, Opinion's Editor

December 8, 2018

Filed under Columns, Opinions

It was the summer after freshman year. Millard North student Anvi Singhania* was spending a few weeks away from home at a summer camp, where she met Rohan*. He was handsome, charismatic, and smart. He was also the reason she ...

The good, the bad:cancer

Lucy Tu, Co-Editor-in-Cheif

December 8, 2018

Filed under Columns, Opinions

Memory is a funny thing. Some things dissolve into the deep abyss of your mind, and others ingrain themselves in your memory. For me, I’ll always remember a late summer night two years ago. The living room blinds were open to...

The child bride epidemic

Aanya Agarwal, Opinions Editor

October 26, 2018

Filed under Columns, Opinions

When the average American teen thinks of marriage, a myriad of things come to mind: white gowns, churches, saying “I do”. For some kids, however, the idea of a perfect wedding remains just that: an idea. According to an arti...

Negative reaction to affirmative action

Lahari Ramini, News Editor

October 26, 2018

Filed under Columns, News

On  Aug. 30, 2018, the U.S Department of Justice defended a lawsuit against Harvard University for artificially capping the number of qualified Asian-Americans accepted into the school. “Harvard has failed to carry its dem...

Negative reaction to affirmative action

October 24, 2018

Filed under Columns

On  Aug. 30, 2018, the U.S Department of Justice defended a lawsuit against Harvard University for artificially capping the number of qualified Asian-Americans accepted into the school. “Harvard has failed to carry its dem...

Skepticism of Nepotism

Lucy Tu, Opinions Editor

May 22, 2018

Filed under Columns, Opinions

Every single one of us is aware of the fact that we are unable to change who our family is. After all, you are reminded of this each time your mom pulls out her phone to take a picture of you winning an award or taking a sip of wat...

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