Tag Archives: United States of America

Mariah’s Column: Living life as “Lin Lin”

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.

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Pennants through the ages

College pennants seem to line the walls of several classrooms, inspiring high school students to graduate and further their education.

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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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