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Language censorship ultimately threatens democracy and freedom of thought which is essential in the classroom.

Opinion: Right idea, wrong execution

Cebelli Pfeifer, Co-Editor In Chief March 17, 2023

Stanford University administrators launched the Elimination of Harmful Language Initiative (EHLI) encouraging the elimination and usage of words like “American,” “Hispanic,” “grandfather” and...

An order of Sushi from 
Ahi sushi and habachi.

What is the best food delivery app?

Ollie O'Toole, Staff Writer March 14, 2023

When you are sitting at home and want a meal or a snack, you probably turn to your phone. When you order your food, there are a lot of factors that can affect if your experience is negative or positive,...

The Last of Us introduces a new binge-worthy series.

Review | This won’t be the last mention of HBO’s “The Last of Us”

Chloe De Leon, Culture and Entertainment Editor March 8, 2023

Warning: This article contains spoilers for HBO’s “The Last of Us.” Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann’s on-screen adaptation of “The Last of Us” (video game) exceeds its role as an adaptation...

The title Glass Onion is a reference to the Beatles song of the same name.

Review: Glass Onion – Not Quite Knives Out

Logan Marrow, Staff Writer February 13, 2023

Rian Johnson’s 2022 film, Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery proved popular due to the success of the first film in the series, Knives Out. Popularity can also be credited to the film's accessibility...

Review: Otto-matically loved it: A Man Called Otto

Review: Otto-matically loved it: A Man Called Otto

Maggie Mein, Staff Writer February 13, 2023

“A Man Called Otto” is a comedic drama that tells the story of an unlikely friendship between a widowed elderly man (Otto) and a young soon-to-be mother of two (Marisol). The two eccentric characters...

An iced latte from Dunkin, the top pick for local coffee

Opinion: A Bay Area Comparative Coffee Review

Charlotte Apfel, Staff Writer December 5, 2022

I am definitely a coffee enthusiast. Whether it’s a cup at 7 am or 7 pm, I will never turn down coffee. There’s a plethora of places to get coffee in the Bay Area, many of which I’ve been to, so...


Review: ‘The Shining’, an influential, classic horror movie

Logan Marrow, Staff Writer November 28, 2022

“The Shining” is one of those movies that you probably know about, or have at least heard of, even if you haven’t seen it. It definitely deserves its reputation of being a classic due to scary moments,...

A wide shot of the main entrance to the library. The inside has ambient lighting.

Review: Re-opened Atherton library opens the door to new opportunities

Chloe De Leon, Staff Writer November 22, 2022

The recently re-opened Atherton library offers a low-key community space and opens access to resources for those in San Mateo County. The Atherton library first opened in 1967 but closed for a $19 million...

Red Door’s first room in the “Confinement” series offers a variety of clues… can you spot them?

Opinion: “Red Door Escape Room” captures the terror of customers… all within one room

Maggie Mein, Staff Writer November 18, 2022

San Mateo's “Red Door” Escape Room induces fear into customers with the turn of a key and a few clues to find a way out. An escape room is an interactive outside-of-the-box thinking activity in...

The long-awaited Splatoon 3 was finally made available on September 8th, 2022.

Review: “Splatoon 3” was well worth the wait

Winnie Einhorn, Co-Editor in Chief November 16, 2022

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to glide through colorful puddles of ink as a shape shifting squid person? Or perhaps you prefer solving spatial puzzles with the help of your faithful paint gun,...

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