by JUSTIN KANG
I finally ended up watching “La La Land,” Saturday night. A movie I had wanted to watch since December. I had really enjoyed listening to the soundtrack, and with the reaction from my friends’ Snapchat story (She gave it an 11/10), my anticipation could not have been any greater.
by KAREN LU
Depending on where one grows up, one’s perception of issues can be drastically different than those of others.
by KAITLYN DO
With the release of his fifth studio album Darkness and Light Dec. 2, John Legend projects a mature persona with mellow undertones and somber vocals about his love for his new family.
by STEPHANIE TANG
As kids, my little brother and I always had something to bicker about, whether it was what to eat or who would get the blue gatorade (because apparently, getting the same color as a sibling is forbidden in your adolescent years.)
by RYAN HSU
Inspired by Vietnamese cuisine, Bambu Desserts and Drink has been providing a large variety of delicious beverages and desserts since 2008.
by ANTHONY VUONG
From the classic Mario Brothers arcade and console games, to finally playing them on handheld devices like the 3DS, Nintendo will release “Super Mario Run” Dec. 15, a video game app compatible with mobile devices, including tablets.
by KAREN LU
Though the advent of cellular technology has brought a more efficient means of communication, its use has hindered our ability to interact with others, as more and more people are opting to communicate virtually rather than direct expression in person.
by JOANNA LEI
United Student Body (USB) is in the process of planning the annual winter homecoming for Jan. 23-27.
by JULIECE LOSOYA
Changes to the 2016-2017 calendar were announced earlier this year, but this month students are experiencing the effects of those changes.
by JACKY SHUM
During the holidays, many people may take the opportunity to eat more and may not realize what they are putting into their bodies.