After a recent bill banned plastic straws, metal alternatives offer users a more ecologically-friendly option.Read more
Category Archives: Editorials
by ERIN QUAN
Generation Z’s increasing reliance on technology is a major issue that sets it apart from any other.Read more
by STYVALIZH URIBE
Why do people end to only volunteer during the holidays?
As winter is deemed the “season of giving,” it influences the moral obligation of many, which then increases the act of charity during the holidays.
As this time of year is considered to be the “season of giving,” many of us find other things more appealing, such as the gifts that they are hoping to receive.Read more
Despite journalism’s increasingly unpopular reputation in some circles, it has played a significant role in informing the public and is crucial for a thriving democracy because it helps people make their own judgments about a wide spectrum of issues.Read more
by LAUREN KIM & KATRINA LIN
In today’s culture, people are predisposed to believe that material wealth leads to happiness; however, what is perceived as happiness is actually just satisfaction.Read more
As the year comes to an end, we should reflect on the school year and begin to explore new opportunities during the summer break.Read more
Recent events, like earthquakes, fires and hurricanes, draw attention to the importance of preparation and planning.Read more
Facing challenges in school is an unavoidable part of being a student, but experiences in struggle and defeat will build strong resilience.Read more
by KAITLYN DO
Controversy over “fake news” and “alternative facts” in the national media has made determining truth in current events difficult, as lines become blurred by the opinions from all factions of the political spectrum.Read more