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Columbus Day is cancelled: Oct. 9 is Indigenous People’s Day

Posted September 22, 2017 by Elizabeth Liu

Christopher Columbus did more than just sail the ocean blue in 1492, he basically started a mass genocide. Upon his arrival into the New World, Columbus and his crew immediately ravaged the indigenous peoples for resources and information on the location of gold in order to report back to the Spanish Crown. To make things […]

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Opinion: Seminar’s guidance is not a good fit for all freshmen

Posted September 5, 2017 by Zoe Hsu

The class of 2020 was the first to take a new, obligatory semester course called College and Career Seminar, a class that is, as stated in the school’s curriculum book, “designed to empower students to become self-advocates in their college and career planning process”. However, many students, including myself, disliked the class, because the majority […]

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“Okja” film opens eyes

Posted September 5, 2017 by Jillian Rousseau

Netflix’s original movie, “Okja,” is the newest release from South Korean director Bong-Joon-Ho. The film takes on a unique storyline with an important message about the meat industry. The movie focuses on an adolescent girl, Mija, and her gentle, massive grey pig, Okja. They had an inseparable relationship for ten years. Thus, when Okja is selfishly […]

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