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Inside the mind of a Youth Climate Ambassador

Hayes Gaboury, Segment Producer March 21, 2021

Carl Bussiek is a member of YCA, or Youth Climate Ambassadors, an organization committed to helping spread awareness and actively combat climate change. Carl has been involved in multiple projects surrounding...

The United States military should dismantle its bases in Okinawa

Aarya Mukherjee, Staff Writer March 21, 2021

The Japanese island Okinawa houses one of the largest United States military bases outside the US mainland and is despised by the local Okinawan people. In a world where the United States has strong military...

Arospace Ep. 3: All aboard the relationship

Chelsea Chang, Kasey Liu, and Jack Hansen March 21, 2021

In the third episode of Arospace, hosts Chelsea Chang, Kasey Liu, and Jack Hansen discuss validation and relationships in the aromantic and asexual communities. Later in the episode, guest Anique Vachon...

Gen Z Ep. 2: Online learning

Jenica Su, Staff Writer March 19, 2021

Gen Z has been dealing with the difficulties that come with going to school during a global pandemic. Learning new concepts and subjects in an unfamiliar environment coupled with increased amounts of pressure...

3-in-3 Ep. 2: Chinese lunar base and Arctic development

Oliver Richards, Staff Writer March 19, 2021

3-in-3 is a series of three-minute episodes that discuss the most important topics in geopolitics from the past three weeks that the public needs to be aware of. In this second episode, host Oliver Richards...

Taylor Swift transforms traditional music ownership

Sophia Mattioli, Staff Writer March 19, 2021

Taylor Swift recently released a rerecorded edition of her song ‘Love Story,’ under the title ‘Love Story (Taylor’s Version).’ Swift has rerecorded the entire ‘Fearless’ album, including...

The Tune Talk Ep. 3: Pop

Isabel Wright, Staff Writer March 19, 2021

Originated in the 1950s, pop music grew to popularity in the late 2000s, with one of its most prominent artists being Justin Bieber. Growing up with pop music blasting on the radio all the time, sophomore...

San Mateo County manages an effective vaccine distribution system

Payton Zolck, Segment Producer March 15, 2021

As vaccine distribution becomes a priority across the country, San Mateo County works to maintain an effective plan to distribute vaccines to its citizens.

Diverse Creativity Ep. 2: Innovation and entrepreneurship

Josh Barde, Segment Producer March 14, 2021

In this week's episode of Diverse Creativity, Barry Selick and Steve Del Cardayre dive into what innovation means and how creativity is the basis of their everyday job. With the perspective of the shark...

The Yellow Papers Ep. 3: A Haunted House

Zachary Khouri and Brianna Cheng March 13, 2021

After the year we've had, what better to lighten the mood than short horror stories? Dive into some of the most well-known short horror stories, as well as a few you've never heard of, with seniors Zach...

Star pastry chef pops-up on the Peninsula

Kiana George, Segment Producer March 13, 2021

Due to the pandemic, many companies have had to down-size. Vincent Attali, an accomplished French American pastry chef at New York City, was the former executive pastry chef at Linkelnd, where over 95%...

Scot’s Take Ep. 3: The rise of the Brooklyn Nets

Izaan Masud, Staff Writer March 13, 2021

Now that the NBA season is halfway through, we have a good sense of what teams are contending and what teams will be spending their summer on the couch. Teams like the Lakers, Clippers, Jazz, and 76ers...

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