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Lizten Up: Asian diminution

Posted September 22, 2017 by Elizabeth Liu

Asian. Five letters. 4.3 billion people. How can it possible that sixty percent of the United State’s population is forced to confine their heritage to one word? As I sit here, filling form after form and bubble after bubble, I can’t help but feel my heritage is confined to a single category that cannot possibly […]

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A guide to kicking butt in life

Posted September 5, 2017 by Elizabeth Liu

As a senior, I’d like to think I know a few things about how to survive and be successful in high school. Although I still have quite a bit to learn and I surely have made mistakes in the past, here are some of the most important lessons that I’ve mastered so you don’t have […]

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Hsu emerges from cocoon, spreads wings

Posted June 8, 2017 by Bobbins Moose

I was always the kid who wore those dorky glasses that turned dark in the sun. I had more books than friends, and I ran a 15 minute mile. Looking back at my middle school self, I cringe at that poor child who stood in the middle of the dodgeball court and got pummeled with […]

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