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Tears Behind the Great Wall

Tears Behind the Great Wall

Xiaoying Mei, Reporter
June 2, 2017
Filed under Clubs

You might have heard of the Great Wall of China, as it is one of the Seven Wonders in the world. It draws admiration from around the world with its greatness, while the cruelty behind it gets little attention. In memory of the deaths under Emperor Qin’s cruelty, stories were written and spread among t...

Trump- Climate Change is Unimportant

Trump- Climate Change is Unimportant

Tiffany Chen, Writer
June 2, 2017
Filed under Environmentalist

  How important can climate change possibly be? Who needs the Paris Accords? It's only an increase of 1.7 degrees Fahrenheit in 135 years, how is that even important? Only 720,000 square kilometers of sea ice melted, what's the big deal? No one is dying, so why does anyone need to care? Sure, climate...

Poetry

Poetry

Stephanie Lahens, Reporter
June 2, 2017
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Aggravation Is it just me or does it appear this cold is here to stay? I mean, we’re in May, aren’t we supposed to be relaxing before the Heat-strokes arrive? So why are the voices nasal and throats in the midst of the Sahara? So many questions and too little amount of answers. Ahh...

Poetry- Tidbit

Poetry- Tidbit

Stephanie Lahens, Poet
March 28, 2017
Filed under Clubs

The inspiration for this poem came about through Flaubert Gustave's Madame Bovary. Currently my English class is utilizing that novel to enhance our analytical skills. The characters are well written that I can't help, but be invested; leading to my utter contempt for the characters. Of course there is...

E Stands for the End of EPA?

E Stands for the End of EPA?

Tiffany Chen, Reporter
March 28, 2017
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Many people are concerned about the effect of Donald Trump being elected as president on their family, private lives, and businesses. However, one huge impact will be Trump dismantling the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Created in 1970 by president Richard Nixon, the EPA may no longer be able...

Board Game: OTB vs Online

Board Game: OTB vs Online

Xilin Chen, Writer
March 28, 2017
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Board games are games that were invented to be played on a board, like chess and Go, yet the modern-day board games are not only limited to the physical board. OTB, or over-the-board games, are the traditional versions of the board games, which refer to the games that were played on the physical board....

2017…Is It Really A Happy New Year?

2017…Is It Really A Happy New Year?

Tiffany Chen, Reporter
January 30, 2017
Filed under Environmentalist

After experiencing decades of climate issues for Mother Nature, 2017 isn’t going to be any different at all. One small change, however, is that environmental issues are getting more and more serious. In addition to that, what will happen to the environmental policies that were previously created,...

Poetry- Respect

Poetry- Respect

Stephanie Lahens, Poet
January 30, 2017
Filed under Clubs

Respect. Detail the entails of self-respect. Oppress another to elevate yourself? Let’s dive into the depth. Here’s a girl on top of the food chain, But in order to climb She left behind a pile of dead Ocean? Rags? No way… How impactive would that play? Similar to most,...

Do you really know Chinese food?

Do you really know Chinese food?

Xiaoying Mei, Reporter
November 28, 2016
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Did you ever feel like eating Chinese food, but you felt confused when you walked into Chinatown? “Oh, no. I have no idea what to eat. Why do they have so many kinds of food?!” No worries. That’s why I am here— to briefly share with you a quick knowledge of Chinese food. Chinese food has devel...

Destruction of the Earth’s Beauty

Destruction of the Earth’s Beauty

Tiffany Chen
November 27, 2016
Filed under Clubs

So far, 2016 has been a very interesting year when it comes to the candidates running for the presidential election. What makes these candidates different from one another is because of their personal views on the economy, policies, law changes, and finally, the environment. There were two major presidential...

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