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Man versus machine

Man versus machine

January 22, 2020

In the bottom of the ninth inning, your favorite team has the winning run on second base, with the best player on the team up to bat. As you refocus your eyes onto the TV screen, t...

From havoc to healing: The story of a young refugee

From havoc to healing: The story of a young refugee

January 22, 2020

Life is hard enough as a high school student. Everything seems like a competition, from trying to get the best grades to facing the pressure from universities to show your ...

Mind before matter

Mind before matter

January 21, 2020

Relief beyond measure.  All the pain, gone. All the worries, evaporated.  But what could have caused this kind of change? What new science was at work inside the body, spreading...

Alice Muir paints her own future

Alice Muir paints her own future

January 20, 2020

After moving away from home, she had no friends, no belongings, and no passion.  She tried to distract herself with the few art supplies she was able to keep. And before ...

Wrestling team brings their all to Oceana tournament

Wrestling team brings their all to Oceana tournament

January 19, 2020

His hair lays limp against his forehead. Sweat drips down his face. He feels it run down his neck, past his chin. Quickly, he wipes it off. This isn’t a time to be distracted. This...

Girls varsity soccer hands Sequoia their first loss of the season

Girls varsity soccer hands Sequoia their first loss of the season

January 18, 2020

When the Lady Scots varsity soccer team took the field against their rival Ravens, they knew that their opponent had not yet suffered a loss through 10 games. However, they delivere...

The Homeless Cat Network climbs into action to help the community

January 17, 2020

The Homeless Cat Network has been helping the community for over 28 years, keeping the feral cat population under control and giving stray cats new and better homes. If you...

Mercy Beyond Borders provides impoverished women with more than an education

Mercy Beyond Borders provides impoverished women with more than an education

January 16, 2020

A young girl. She has been told her whole life she is something worth less than a cow. By the time she is a teenager, her father and uncles have already picked an older m...

Bras uplift the spirits of some but not all

Bras uplift the spirits of some but not all

January 16, 2020

Breasts. Breasts are typically covered by bras, which are then covered by shirts. However, many have different opinions on which of these layers should go into their daily outfits....

Nobody Asked Podcast Episode 1: Let’s talk Star Wars

January 15, 2020

Nothing is better than watching two people dueling it out with colorful laser swords on an alien planet. In this episode, David Su and guest Jono Sison sit down to talk about the...

How politics flood social media

How politics flood social media

January 14, 2020

You scroll through your timeline. Dog video. Funny meme. Political post. A friend’s birthday party. Political ad. Rinse and repeat. If you agreed with the political post, you might have liked it. Maybe you even shared it with a friend. But if you disagreed with it, did you discuss that? Did you leave a comment explaining your views and raising questions about the part you found dubious? Did you leave a comment at all? In recent years, politicians have taken to broadening their reach over social media, and platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram have become n...

Overcoming obstacles in foster care

Overcoming obstacles in foster care

January 13, 2020

Every morning at 7 a.m., Ariana Diller* begins her two-hour journey to school. However, it’s not the anticipation of a test or build-up of homework that occupies her mind on the w...

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