Time to Look Ahead

Katy Ly, Editor in Chief

December 9, 2016

Filed under Opinion

It's December 15. One more day until the 2 wonderful weeks of rest and relaxation known as Winter Break. In just one day, the rigor and tension of school will be put aside for holiday leisure. For some seniors however, the...

Calexit Misguided Response to Trump

Annette Ungermann, Staff Writer

December 6, 2016

Filed under Opinion

The "Yes California Independence Campaign" is attempting to qualify a measure for California's secession from the United States on the 2018 ballot. If successful, Californians would vote for or against their state's independence...

Current Results Fuel Fire for Future Voter

Annette Ungermann, Staff Writer

November 14, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Donald Trump won the electoral college on November 8, acquiring 279 electoral votes compared to Hillary Clinton's 228, but lost the popular vote. I am more than shocked. I am numb. This election was a nail-biter, despite...

Cherish Voting Privilege

Katy Ly, Editor in Chief

November 2, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Ah, 2016. The year of the craziest presidential elections I've ever seen. Full disclosure: It's the only one to which I've actually paid a decent amount of attention. Politics have never interested me in the past, and I'm...

Inclusive Gender Policy Right Track for Colleges

Mariel Rossi deVries, editor

October 25, 2016

Filed under Opinion

A teenager's applications to several women-only colleges are rejected because her high school transcript identified her as male.  This is a real possibility for students who have made or are making a gender transit...

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