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Sweeter than “Sweetener”: Why We Should Thank Ariana Grande for “thank u, next”

Sweeter than “Sweetener”: Why We Should Thank Ariana Grande for “thank u, next”

Taila Lee, Co-Editor-in-Chief, Health/Lifestyle/Tech Editor

February 9, 2019

“I can’t stop crying. I love y’all. I hope you enjoy this album. This music, you guys and my friends saved my life. Love you.” Less than six months after releasing her Grammy-nominated album Sweetener, pop star Ariana Grande released her highly-anticipated fifth studio album thank u, next on February 8, 2019.

Why Logan Paul’s Apology Isn’t Enough

Why Logan Paul’s Apology Isn’t Enough

Taila Lee, Co-Editor-in-Chief, Health/Lifestyle/Tech Editor

January 31, 2019

“I know I've made mistakes. I know I've let people down. But what happens when you're given an opportunity to help make a difference in the world?" Apparently, nothing.

To Orange, to White, or to Not

To Orange, to White, or to Not

Noelia Arteaga, Sports Editor

December 20, 2018

Instantly, I was confused as to why we were writing about graduation in December. Upon reading the headline “GSA Aims to Eliminate Gendered Graduation Robes,"it was clear to me that this article contained a much deeper agenda than simply saying that “graduation is right around the corner.”

A Modest Proposal to Censor the Press

A Modest Proposal to Censor the Press

Emma Chiu, Copy Editor

December 20, 2018

Amid accusations of fake news and the rising danger of a free press, censorship appears a more reasonable option than ever before.

A Sexual Assault Victim’s Reaction to Politicians Accused of Sexual Assault

A Sexual Assault Victim’s Reaction to Politicians Accused of Sexual Assault

Anonymous, Staff Writer

October 15, 2018

It’s no secret that there are politicians that have been accused of sexual assault and rape— many of which are currently in office and/or running for a position. Some Americans might ignore this issue, but people who have been a victim of sexual assault, like myself, are far from letting it slide.

Falsus in Uno, Falsus in Omnibus; False in One Thing, False in Everything

Falsus in Uno, Falsus in Omnibus; False in One Thing, False in Everything

Leila Taherian, Local News Editor, Outreach Manager

September 30, 2018

Rape and male power seem to go hand in hand these days.

The Benefits of Bloom

The Benefits of Bloom

Chloe Postlewaite, Design/Arts & Entertainment Editor

September 13, 2018

In eighth grade, while listening to Troye Sivan’s music for the first time, I wondered why it sounded so different from everything I was used to. Then I realized: I had never heard any music about queer people.

Move Aside “The Kissing Booth”: Lana Condor Shines in New Netflix Rom Com

Move Aside “The Kissing Booth”: Lana Condor Shines in New Netflix Rom Com

Taila Lee, Co-Editor-in-Chief

August 30, 2018

Growing up, I watched High School Musical and Hannah Montana like everyone else. I didn’t realize until elementary school that none of the stars I admired looked like me. Yes, I had role models. No, I didn’t have relatable role models.

Mass Shootings and Manifestos: How News Coverage Encourages Killers

Mass Shootings and Manifestos: How News Coverage Encourages Killers

Kenna Beban, Opinion Editor

June 4, 2018

Yesterday, videos created by the Parkland shooter describing his motive and plan were released by prosecutors. Not long after, headlines popped up, quoting the killer’s words and splashing his image across news sites. Hover over each news outlet to see examples of headlines.yle="font-weight: 400;"> Ame...

Affirmative Action Helps Minorities Succeed

Leila Taherian, Staff Writer

May 17, 2018

While the minorities of America are bereft of equality and equity, many progressive groups fight for their right to equal opportunities. The opportunity disparity between minorities and the affluent white majority in America is shockingly large. Historically, student’s achievements throughout the...

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