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Sending my sister off to college

Diana Xu, Managing Editor May 24, 2018

Ever since my sister committed to the University of California, Berkeley, I realized that I would soon become the new target of my parents’ expectations. This didn’t excite me at all. I knew I wouldn’t...

Comedians cause an uproar at the White House

Sadhana Sarma, Design Editor May 24, 2018

“Like a porn star says when she’s about to have sex with a Trump, let’s get this over with”; this is how excited comedian Michelle Wolf was for her performance at the 2018 White House Correspondents’...

Editorial: The pros and cons of decorating grad caps

May 24, 2018

After four years of hard work and perseverance, seniors rejoice in their final shining moment of high school: graduation day. Weeks before the graduation ceremony, seniors carefully pick out their stoles,...

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Collegeboard: A Monopoly

Tzen-hao Ng, Writer May 17, 2018

The U.S. has a long history of breaking monopolies. When John D. Rockefeller’s Standard Oil and Andrew Carnegie’s U.S. Steel dominated the oil and steel markets in the 19th and 20th centuries, respectively,...

Editorial: Encourage solidarity by accepting student-led movements

Editorial: Encourage solidarity by accepting student-led movements

April 26, 2018

Streets and quads across America on March 14 were filled with students and teachers standing together as a tribute to the seventeen lives lost in the recent Parkland shooting and making a call for improved...

Sinclair stations democracy

Sinclair stations democracy

Tzen-Hao Ng, Writer April 26, 2018

Sinclair Broadcast Group, the largest U.S. telecommunications company, has recently come under fire for demonstrating its lack of regard for the journalistic process. Specifically, it has been revealed...

CHS threats spark unease

CHS threats spark unease

Diana Xu, Managing Editor April 26, 2018

It was halfway through lunch on March 27 when my heart lurched and I immediately felt like throwing up. I could not fathom what my friend had just told me: there was a shooter on Cupertino High School’s...

Groupon to blame for racial slur in ad

Aileen Xue, Editors-in-Chief April 26, 2018

As of late, there have been numerous incidents involving racist references in ads featured by major companies, one of the most recent concerning e-commerce website Groupon, which is known for providing...

Drivers in autonomous vehicles must be alert

Drivers in autonomous vehicles must be alert

Hsinyen Huang, Managing Editor April 26, 2018

The proliferation of self-driving cars has always been a dream commonly associated with the future. Thanks to advancements in artificial intelligence and sensor technology, the dream can now be realized...

Lessons learned from technology in movies

Lessons learned from technology in movies

Medha Upadhyay, Features Editor April 17, 2018

These days, movies all seem to be be casting one key player: technology. Surprised? Don’t be. Technology has been woven into the very fabric of several recent movies. But this is not just a trend. It...

Impact of Buddhism on the development of identity

Impact of Buddhism on the development of identity

Tzen-hao Ng, Writer April 14, 2018

Often, one can hear horror stories about overly-religious parents dictating the lives of their children, who may not know anything of a life outside of religion.  Or, one may hear of cults, of ritual...