Tag Archives: Family

Mariah’s Column: Appreciating Nature’s Beauty

I have always been captivated by trees, by their majestic beauty and the powerful way in which their roots are able to transcend and break through concrete and rough surfaces.

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Justin’s Column: Ganzfeld in Los Angeles

I passed under the busy network of freeways, driving by modernist buildings, more ornate art-deco buildings, cookie-cutter apartments and strip malls clad in banners of different languages.

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FOCUS: Engaging with media

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.

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Remembering the laborers of Labor Day

by EVELYN WONG To many Americans, Labor Day symbolizes the end of summer, a day off and a family gathering; however, few people appreciate the true meaning of this federal holiday. Annually held on the first Monday in September, Labor Day commemorates the accomplishments of American workers and the contributions they have made to the prosperity of their country. According

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