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Locals at Coyote Point race for mental health awareness

Locals at Coyote Point race for mental health awareness

Talia Schreiber, Staff Writer

May 16, 2019


Filed under News

Students today find themselves overwhelmed by the high expectations set for them and will often find unhealthy ways to cope with it. San Mateo’s Police Activities League and the organization Stride for Awareness came together to shed light on this epidemic by hosting their third annual 5k Run/Walk early ...

Living with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

Living with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder

Pablo Pinilla, Staff Writer

January 30, 2019


Filed under Features

We’ve all had one of those days. You roll out of bed and head to school. Suddenly, you realize that you completely forgot to finish your math homework. You scramble to complete it before the class period starts. Later that day, you catch yourself staring out the window and spacing out. You shif...

Stop feeling guilty for being happy

Stop feeling guilty for being happy

Leea Ivanel, Staff Writer

February 27, 2017


Filed under Opinion

As I laid down with my friend on the field of our elementary school reminiscing about happier times, both of us couldn't help but feel a sense of anxiety. Not because we weren't having a great time feeling like kids again -- because we were -- but because we couldn't stop thinking about how we could...

Asian culture silences discussion of mental illnesses

Asian culture silences discussion of mental illnesses

Cath Lei, Staff Writer

February 1, 2017


Filed under Features

There may not be a greater threat to Asian American youth than unacknowledged mental illness. According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, Asian American females from ages 15 to 24 have the highest suicide rate at 14 percent. Asian American males rank second highest at 13 percent, but less...

Fear of school can be an advantage

Fear of school can be an advantage

Leea Ivanel, Staff Writer

October 25, 2016


Filed under Opinion

"What are you afraid of?" Most people would answer with "death" or "a zombie apocalypse." However, for an increasing number of high school students, the answer might turn out to be "school." This comes as little surprise. After all, we live in a competitive society in which schools push us to ...

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