BY Juelle Ford February is coming to a close, meaning that Black History Month will have had it’s 43rd celebration in the United States; however, since it began as “Negro History Week” […]
BY Tess U-Vongcharoen The next stop on my boba journey is ShareTea, one of the most popular boba shop in Cerritos, California. Originally established in Taipei, Taiwan in 1992, ShareTea has internationalized […]
by IRIS LIN Another school shooting on the news. Pictures of victims and heroic stories of saviors. A sad loss of innocent lives at the hands of a cruel, psychotic teenager. Right? […]
by ANDREW SONG Affirmative action, simply put, is fighting racism with racism; it never works. This process was first brought about by President Lyndon Johnson, who issued an Executive Order in 1965 […]
by BRIANNA KATSUDA Rising numbers of high school students are experiencing anxiety and depression from increasing pressures from school, family, and social media.
by SHREYA SHANTHARAJ California has officially become the first state to formally ban the pet store sale of puppy mill dogs. Puppy mills are largely known as commercial dog breeding operations where […]
by ANDREW SONG *Beep Boop Beep Boop. How can I help you today?*
by LEANNE PICHAY If I were to tell you today to leave everything—your life, your home, your family—for a land you hardly know, what would you do?
by AARON SEO As the unfolding of recent nuclear tests has demonstrated, North Korea is armed, dangerous, and more rogue than ever. But rogue states aren’t only third-world countries with authoritarian governments; […]