Tag: issue 3

Community Service: It’s more than just a requirement

By Jessa Glassman ’20 and Jordan Murray ’20 The definition of community service is “voluntary work intended to help people in a particular area.” Over time, this definition has become less and less true because the way we think about community service is evolving. The purpose of community service has transformed from being selfless for

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POLITICS Left/Right/Center: The Wall Brawl

By Amelie Zilber ’20, David Arkow ’20, and Jessa Glassman ’20   Left By Amelie Zilber ’20 As we head towards the beginning of a new presidency, pressing issues of our nation take hold. Immigration poses one of the biggest threats to our generation, and in recent polls has been ranked an escalating complication, amongst

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‘Rogue One’ meets expectations

By Tanisha Gunby’21 “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” was released on Dec. 16 and had the second-biggest December opening ever. It is the first standalone film in the “Star Wars” series and made $155 million at the box office during its first weekend. The story takes place in the days leading up to “Episode

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Cooking Column: Holiday Edition

By Sarah Reiff ’20 and Astor Wu ’20 Now that winter break is over, students are starting to reminisce about the holiday cheer. This issue, Cooking Column brings these delicious Peppermint Cake Pops, with winter’s chilly feel to block out Los Angeles’ burning hot weather. Even though this recipe takes time, the end product makes

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Point Counterpoint: Should Pop Quizzes be Allowed?

POINT: Madison Huggins ’20 STRESS Point: When students are aware that the horrors of an assessment are approaching them on a given date, their minds become crowded with stress and anticipation that prevent them from performing to their best of their abilities. However, when students arrive in class to find that they knowledge of a certain

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She said, She said: ‘Collateral Beauty”

By Keila McCabe’20 and Jordan Murray’20   ‘Collateral Beauty’  follows Howard (Will Smith) through his journey to overcome the death of his daughter. Howard immediately becomes depressed, and it begins to affect his performance at work. In order to cope with the grief, he writes letters to Love, Time and Death. His coworkers and friends

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