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Math teacher Mrs. Kekre brightens her classroom with teaching methods she learned from her credential program.

New math teacher Ms. Kekre tackles teaching challenges as both a teacher and a mother

Luna Ashebir and Emily Wong February 1, 2023

Dougherty Valley High School is starting off 2023 with a new math teacher, Mrs. Vishruti Kekre who just completed her credentials program and is teaching full time as an Algebra 1 and Enriched Algebra...

The concept of lab-grown meat has the potential to solve the global challenges associated with climate change and food production, yet the high cost and shortage of available technology still obstruct widespread implementation.

Cultured meat paves the way for a more sustainable future

Allan Zhang, Copy Editor December 13, 2022

On Nov. 16, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved the first cultured meat product, lab-grown chicken produced by food technology company UPSIDE Foods. Faced with increasing concerns about the...

Minari tells the story of the Yi family to expose the unpredictability of immigration, but also the hidden challenges of generational gaps.

Minari digs deep into American soil to uncover the root challenge of immigrants: generational gaps

Sarah Han, News Editor April 30, 2021

All the quotes said in Korean were translated to English. “Minari” rapidly became one of the most distinguished films in 2021 and captivated a wide range of audiences. However, Minari is also a...

The 2021 Oscars will occur on Sunday. Apr. 25.

My 2021 Academy Award Predictions

Aditi Praveen Kariyanahalli, Web Features Manager April 16, 2021

Shopping today has commodified the once niche subcultures of grunge and punk.

The loss of accessibility in punk and grunge subcultures

Tessa Galeazzi, Assistant Web Manager January 19, 2021

Subcultures like punk and grunge aren’t new, but in recent years, recognition for both styles have been apparent in inspiring more mainstream fashion trends like leather jackets, decorative safety pins,...

New York National Guard members Reagan Long and Naomi Velez register patients at a COVID-19 testing location in Glenn Island Park, New Rochelle, on March 14.

States recruit health care professionals to combat COVID-19

Jiayu Zhan, Arts and Graphics Editor May 3, 2020
States have struggled to expand the workforce of medical professionals, thus resorting to deploying those waiting for licenses, retired or graduating from medical school.
Remote learning has caused special needs students to lose a critical part of their education: in-person interaction with their teachers.

Stimulus package disappoints those who need it most: students with disabilities

Daniela Wise-Rojas, Social Media Editor May 3, 2020
Students with disabilities — perhaps some of the most vulnerable individuals in the education system — could be disadvantaged in the COVID-19 stimulus package.
Across the globe, developing countries are taking more drastic actions to reduce the spread of COVID-19, compared to their first-world counterparts.

Developing countries act more decisively against COVID-19

Mahika Arya, Web Editor in Chief May 3, 2020
The current COVID-19 outbreak has devastated the world, but based on its pattern of destruction, the virus appears to be affecting economically essential countries disproportionately.
A substantial amount of health care workers reported that they experienced mental health disorder symptoms after working with COVID-19 patients in China.

Health care workers face dangerous COVID-19 conditions

Lauren Chen, Owen Spargo, and Jiayu Zhan May 3, 2020
As COVID-19 cases continue to increase, health care workers around the world are working hard to keep citizens healthy while struggling to care for their own physical and mental health.
Making Dalgona coffee has become a popular quarantine activity for many.

A day in the life of a “quaranteen”

7:30 a.m.: Your alarm goes off. School. Ha, what school. Time to turn off that alarm indefinitely! 12:08 p.m.: You woke up again two hours ago, but you’ve been playing Animal Crossing and can’t...

From social media to real life, Asians have faced severely harmful prejudice related to COVID-19.

From xenophobia and racism a new virus is born

Jade Wang and Owen Spargo May 3, 2020
“An older white man pushed my 7-year-old daughter off of her bike and yelled at my husband to ‘take your hybrid kids home because they’re making everyone sick.’”
What is happening in the world besides COVID-19?

What is happening in the world besides COVID-19?

Shruthi Narayanan, Arts & Entertainment Editor May 3, 2020

While there have been many strange things that have occured in the past few months, most people are not aware of them due to the media’s coverage of COVID-19. As a fun breather, here are five things...

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