Shirley LeNovember 20, 2020 2020 was a year of embracing unexpected changes, and the United States’ presidential election is no exception. The election day turned into an election week, which was horrendously long and anxiety-inducing as everyone closely watched the race between current President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. For a bitterly … More A Win For Biden, A Win For Science – Opinion
Vivian NguyenNovember 14, 2020 End SARS is a social movement against police brutality in Nigeria. A series of mass protests for the movement have been held both in the country and all across the world in nations such as Canada, Germany and the United States. Nigerians are currently still protesting in the fight for their … More End SARS; What You Need To Know
Yuliia Hrytskiv October 25, 2020 When looking for some new clothes for a retro day at school, I found this New York brand that claimed to be authentic and have good quality clothing, from which I ordered a pair of jeans. I even paid five dollars more for faster shipping. When I tracked my package, however, … More Online Shopping and the Digital Wasteland
Vivian Nguyen October 23, 2020 Poland is a country located in Europe and is the home to nearly 40 million people. Currently, members of the LGBTQ+ community living there are in desperate need of help and attention. Although same-sex activity was officially made legal in 1932, people are still fighting for the right to marry and … More LGBTQ+ Rights in Poland; Your Voice is Needed
Shaochen ShiOctober 23, 2020 “Kitsch causes two tears to flow in quick succession. The first tear says: How nice to see children running on the grass! The second tear says: How nice to be moved, together with all mankind, by children running on the grass!” ― Milan Kundera, The Unbearable Lightness of Being “Kitsch” is … More What is Kitsch?
Hadley TranOctober 2, 2020 Student life has always posed high demands on the bodies and minds of students. Challenging academic obstacles and the pressure of being on top of everything can cause stress, accounting for constant tiredness during the school day. Let’s take a look at the key reasons that this happens. Adolescence As students … More Why Are Students Always So Tired?
Vivian NguyenSeptember 29, 2020 The Middle Eastern country of Yemen is currently undergoing the largest humanitarian crisis in the world and millions of people are desperately in need of assistance. The living conditions in Yemen are terrible and even people’s basic needs are not being met. Yemen is currently facing an epidemic (cholera), a pandemic … More Yemen; The Country Is In Need of Your Help
Julian ApolinarioJune 25, 2020 On May 25th, while in custody, a Black man by the name of George Floyd was killed by Derek Chauvin, a Minneapolis police officer. George Floyd was not the first to suffer such a fate, but it seems that his death was a real turning point for many people, Black or … More George Floyd and Beyond: What Happened, The Response, And What The Future May Hold