To see some real results

On March 14, I stood up at 10 a.m. and walked out of my Business of Life class. I made my way to the field, where I stood with fellow members of my community to honor those lost in a similar one. While I stood in silence, realizing that an event like the one that […]

Activism from the heart

I had never seen them so quiet. There was something haunting about the way the children clutched their poster boards and stared straight ahead. They were like the statues of the Founding Fathers we had passed on the way there, solemn and unflinching and strong. They had a purpose. They had emotion. And they would […]

The Indu-sputed truth: Part 6

Administration announces 2nd and 4th Wednesday Assemblies   After the resounding success of 1st and 3rd Wednesday Assembly, the administration announced its new 2nd and 4th Wednesday Assembly. “It’s so important to us that we’re together as a diverse and inclusive community every week,” the administration said in an email. “The community bonds we nurture […]

In defense of the trigger warning

Please note: this column contains brief mentions of sexual abuse/assault, abuse and gun violence. Now, that wasn’t so hard, was it? In recent years, the concept of the trigger warning has made waves throughout the academic world. The idea behind trigger warnings is that teachers and professors should disclose content that could cause psychological harm […]

J’aime, La Croix

J’aime, La Croix

They say French is the language of love. Something about Casablanca, the Eiffel Tower and baguettes just ooze romance. I never understood the connection that so many wax poetic about. That was, of course, until I tried La Croix. Ah, La Croix. 21 flavors of joy that speak to the heart. Pamplemousse, Mango, Cerise Limón. […]

Wrestling loses second league match

Wrestling loses second league match

Varsity Wrestling lost 54-6 against Alemany on Jan. 17, marking their second loss of the season. Riley Ruiz ’20 said that despite the loss, he was proud of the team’s effort. “Every wrestled hard and well in their matches. Three of our freshmen Lucas Li [’21], Viswa Douglas [’21] and Kanoa Young [’21] all pulled […]

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