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The decision to ban the Chinese apps TikTok and WeChat is purely politically motivated and would threaten the rights of American consumers while harming the Asian-American community.

Possible TikTok and WeChat bans harm First Amendment rights and U.S.–Chinese relations

Lauren Chen, News Editor November 2, 2020

This summer, the Trump administration proposed bans on Chinese social apps TikTok and WeChat due to supposed privacy concerns, but a nationwide ban is a bad course of action because it will damage U.S.–Chinese...

In the pressure to stand out among peers, creating a nonprofit may seem like the best choice in hindsight, but in reality it selfish and does more harm to the community than good.

Starting a nonprofit to say that you started a nonprofit is selfish — not service

Riya Mehta and Helen Kang October 31, 2020

When the recent pandemic hit SRVUSD in early March, the uncertainty of high school students’ futures was put into question. Students demanded answers, and for the most part, there was no definitive answer....

The word “simp” is excessively used out of context.

Are you part of the simp nation?

Leanne Park, Staff Writer October 31, 2020

TikToker, @polo.boyy, posted a video on December 16th welcoming men who comfort girls to the simp nation. “Simp,” a term that was popularized by the ever so famous TikTok, is now commonly used without...

Being biracial isn’t always as great as it seems. Most of the time, it’s an ongoing identity crisis where you’re stuck floating between identities.

Continuing the Conversation: …to floating between identities…

Caroline Lobel, Editor in Chief October 27, 2020

As a current high school senior, I’ve since begun the arduous process of filling out college applications. Perhaps one of the most difficult questions for me to answer isn’t a writing prompt, but rather...

 When people online are referring to someone they don't know, they overwhelming use

“Among Us” highlights a problem prevalent in online gaming

Shruthi Narayanan, Assistant Arts and Entertainment Editor October 26, 2020

A month ago, I began playing this popular video game called “Among Us.” In case you’re living under a rock, it’s a mobile and PC social deduction game. There are 4-10 players, and there can...

Tule Elk Population Distribution Maps of California, Past to Present

NPS threatens endangered tule elk at Point Reyes National Seashore: an exploration of sides and solutions

Eva Shen, Managing Editor October 24, 2020

In the 1870s, there were ten tule elk left in the world.  These 10 individuals were leftovers, the ghosts of a species that had been hunted to near extinction by Europeans. Endemic to California, the...

As coronavirus cases decrease throughout California, officials are left with a choice: to reopen or not to reopen? Lives are at stake in whatever choice they make.

Reopening the economy proves to be a bad idea

Aditi Lappathi and Shruthi Narayanan October 20, 2020

Reopening during times of COVID-19 means lifting social distancing restrictions and allowing businesses to begin accepting in-person customers again, according to NPR. This definition of reopening can...

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Issue 2: 2020-21 Opinion