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Political symbols representing the Republican Party, Democratic Party, and Libertarian Party sit on a Monopoly board.

Conservative students urge for open discussions in the classroom

Content Warning: This article contains brief mentions of anti-LGBTQ+ sentiments. “After I [opened up about being] conservative, I got doxxed, cyberbullied, and my house got egged four times. I’ve...

On Feb. 8 2021, Payton Moormeier talked exclusively with Headliners In Education.

Payton Moormeier leaves his mark on the music industry

Boomika Velineni, Multimedia Editor March 22, 2021

On April 18, 2020 “Love Letter” premiered for the first time on YouTube. Since then, Payton Moormeier released three other singles, and has risen to great heights since first starting his TikTok career,...

Social media beauty standards can suffocate users as they constantly compare themselves to perfect bodies.

Social media reflects a toxic image of our bodies

Anaisha Das, Assistant Web Manager February 15, 2021

Click...double tap...scroll.  As a student in middle school, my days were taken over by an endless feed of celebrity posts. I hoped that the advice of diet and fitness “gurus” would rub off on...

How to become an actor in 2021

Riya Mehta, Multimedia Editor February 5, 2021
Want to become an actor? Skip the lengthy process of grilling performance technique practice, years of schooling, and the struggle to find a decent agent with these quick and easy steps!
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, Managing 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...

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...

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