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The secularist debate and its extremes have been going on for years in France. However, recently, the French Senate passed an amendment forbidding girls under 18 from wearing hijabs. While nothing is in place yet, this act would strip Muslim girls of their privacy and form of expression.

Cartoon: Hands Off The Hijab

Brynn Toomasson, Staff Writer
April 12, 2021
The fast approaching AP tests, taken either at home or in person, have become a source of stress for many students.

Cartoon: AP Exams Approach

Kasey Liu, Staff Writer
April 9, 2021
As the global market grows more and more interconnected, local farms find themselves losing customers to imported products that need to be shipped in. Buying locally not only supports the community, but also helps avoid the large amount of pollution produced in the shipping process.

Cartoon: Local Love

Linda Lin, Staff Writer
April 8, 2021
On March 16, three spas became targets of a mass shooting. 6 days later, another mass shooting occurred in a grocery store. These seemingly harmless areas people go to on a day to day basis have become perilous.

Cartoon: Nowhere Safe

Linda Lin, Staff Writer
March 25, 2021
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says schools can now allow students in in-person school to be 3 feet apart, while teachers and staff should remain 6 feet apart. Many feel that this guidance compromises the safety of going back to school and is pressuring things to return to before the pandemic.

Cartoon: Three Feet Apart

Malina Wong, Staff Writer
March 24, 2021
Many follow the conventional path of owning their own car, while using a bicycle is the more uncommon path. Traveling by bike carries benefits, such as exercise and absence from car pollution, however many still pursue the standard even as the demand is low.

Cartoon: The Road Not Taken

Malina Wong, Staff Writer
March 17, 2021
On Mar. 10, President Biden announced his plan to purchase 100 million Johnson and Johnson Covid vaccine doses. With this amount, it would be more than enough to finish vaccinating the country. As demonstrated, President Biden is putting pressure on getting the country vaccinated as quickly as possible.

Cartoon: The Pressure is On

Brynn Toomasson, Staff Writer
March 15, 2021
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