As immigrants, my parents prided themselves in giving me a Korean middle name to connect me to my roots.
Even though I had my yellow, jumbo Ticonderoga kindergarten starter pencil clutched awkwardly in my right hand, the blank sheet of wide double-lined paper still seemed terrifying.
In retrospect, the things that frustrate and bring a kindergartener to tears seem ridiculous and harmless, but at the time the statements above felt like unescapable taunts that I’d never be able to live down.
The Chinese teacher began class by asking us why we decided to take this course.
Reaching the most important tournaments of their season, the Speech and Debate team will compete at the Southern California Debate League state qualifier tournament at California State University, Long Beach, Feb 28.
Events spanning both local and international spheres have consequences that can ripple into one’s life; therefore, it is imperative to be aware of these events.
Turning his passion into reality, Schurr High School alumnus Marco Vasquez (1991) shares his views and perspectives on society through his first novel, Steven Isn’t Normal.
Faced with Valentine’s Day festivities, it is important to keep in mind a healthy lifestyle, especially during the month of February, also known as American Heart Month.
Since the early years of Youtube, video blogging has grown at an unbelievable rate with vloggers spreading advice, opinions and information to others around the world; however, sharing private information on the internet is risky and should not be done.
For most of our high school experience, we spend so much time trying to be validated by others that we forget how important it is to maintain our individuality, which gives us the chance to develop the confidence to stand out.