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Blame the companies, not the consumers

Blame the companies, not the consumers

Heidi Lozano, Staff Writer April 9, 2021

Fast fashion has been a topic of controversy in recent years. Fast fashion is known as “...cheap, trendy clothing, that samples ideas from the catwalk or celebrity culture and turns them into garments...

Sayonara, senioritis: testing out productivity hacks

Sayonara, senioritis: testing out productivity hacks

Angie Gulizia and Mekiah Glynn April 8, 2021

At this point in the school year, senioritis is hitting the class of 2021 pretty hard. It’s not just the seniors who are struggling, though— students in all grades are becoming burnt out. In an attempt...

Math. How important Really is it?

Math. How important Really is it?

Nic Gulizia, Sports Section Editor April 6, 2021

As you sit in math class listening to the teacher lecture, you begin to wonder: How can I possibly use this in my life? In your eyes, it’s just another day of what you believe is useless math. What if...

Break the Binary

Break the Binary

Celeste Casella, Staff Writer April 5, 2021

In my experience, as a member of Generation Z (1997-2012), my childhood and teenage years were shaped by technological advancements growing as fast as I was. For as long as I can remember, I would come...

Another disappointing Netflix Original: To All the Boys 3: Always and Forever

Another disappointing Netflix Original: To All the Boys 3: Always and Forever

Mekiah Glynn, Staff Writer April 5, 2021

Adapting books to movies is difficult and it’s natural to cut things out, but why change the entire structure? The movie starts out with the Covey family on their trip to Korea. From the very beginning,...

The Rise of Asian American Attacks

The Rise of Asian American Attacks

Yash Sharma, Section Editor April 4, 2021

Since the Coronavirus began, there has been a dramatic increase in attacks on Asian Americans, especially in the Bay Area. We’ve seen many incidents involving elderly citizens and an innocent Uber Driver....

Why the Grammys Suck

Why the Grammys Suck

Amelia Mancha, Staff Writer April 2, 2021

Whether it be snubbing great musicians or choosing the worst winners possible for their categories, The Grammys have a history of being one of the worst awards shows there is.    Let’s start...

We Deserve a Break

Malina Martinez, Staff Writer April 1, 2021

A normal week of school for students is going to school five days out of seven. I believe that being on this schedule is not beneficial to students nor teachers, and I noticed that we all need a break...

Can’t handle the task

Can’t handle the task

Lesly Hernandez, Staff Writer April 1, 2021

Voting shouldn’t be another task to add to the heavy and stress-filled lives of students.   17-year-olds who would be 18 at the time of the next general election should not be allowed to vote...

Recognizing Depression

Larissa Toscano, Staff Writer April 1, 2021

Many adults don't see teenagers struggling with depression until the teens themselves point it out. If people caught on early and noticed simple signs, it could save a life.   Sadly to say,...

Long-awaited return

Long-awaited return

Nic Gulizia, Sports Section Editor April 1, 2021

Think of something that you enjoy doing every day— something that you are passionate about. Now imagine having that taken away from you and then waking up one day, realizing that you’ve been without...

sports shouldn’t be available to play until California is in the yellow tier

Amelia Mancha, Staff Writer April 1, 2021

With Santa Clara being one of the top counties with the most COVID-19 cases, you would think there would be more precautionary measures being taken to lower the number of cases— but no. There are over...

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