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Biden and Harris’ America is still Trump’s America

Jeongin Kim, Editor-in-Chief January 28, 2021

In the wake of the 2020 election, mainstream (corporate) media pushed voting as an inherent American duty. Many in liberal circles believed that Trump’s potential re-election jeopardized the country’s...

Dear NHPS: Asians Aren’t the New White

Alycia Wong, News Editor January 28, 2021

In November 2020, North Thurston Public Schools, a school district in Washington, sparked controversy after excluding Asian students in a performance report, lumping them together with white students. “One...

Letter to the Editor: Baltimore County Superintendent Announces Reopening Timeline, Immediately Revaluates

Mingni Dong, Grade 9 January 25, 2021

Dear Editor,      I would like to provide some student input on the reopening timeline discussed in “Baltimore County Superintendent Announces Reopening Timeline, Immediately Revaluates”. I...

The Myth of “Gifted Kid Burnout”

Vinay Khosla, Staff Writer January 8, 2021

In fourth grade I was placed in Baltimore County Public School’s Gifted and Talented program, which has since been dubbed with the new moniker, Advanced Academics; regardless the program has inherently...

Leave the holidays for the holiday season

Sophia Paranzino, Editor December 23, 2020

The winter holiday season is finally upon us, and with it comes plenty of decorations, desserts and celebrations. But when should all of these festivities start? Some, in anxious anticipation for the coming...

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Donald Trump: changing the world one tweet at a time

Esha Singhai, Staff Writer December 23, 2020

At 4:31 AM on January 20, President Trump received 61,756 retweets and 245,230 likes on his first tweet during presidency. Maybe it was the hype, or the unconditional love of his supporters, but this tweet...

Why democrats need to wise up

Geoffrey Dochat, Editor in Chief December 23, 2020

Even though the Democratic candidate, Joe Biden, has won the Presidential election, was this year really a success for the Democratic party? Projections showed that the Senate and many state legislatures...

Letter to the Editor: NCAA provides athletes with a chance to showcase their talents

Griffin Tunison , Staff Writer November 16, 2020

Dear Editor, I would like to provide a differing of opinion when it comes to the NCAA bringing back football. I do agree that not everything has been perfect from an NCAA perspective, but not much of...

“Sustainable” fashion is anything but

Vinay Khosla, Staff Writer November 2, 2020

     Following the events of this past summer, activist and progressivist sentiment saw a sharp increase, especially among “Generation Z.” Everything from diversity in film and media to the perpetuation...

NCAA poorly manages return of football

Anna Albergo, Editor October 30, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has complicated plans regarding the new fall season for many groups including the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The NCAA has been faced with the issue to decide...

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Streaming Services Won’t Kill Cinema

Jeongin Kim, Editor-in-Chief October 29, 2020

In cinema, there’s an ever-growing rift between old auteurs and filmmakers of the digital age. Steven Spielberg (Jurassic Park, E.T.), Quentin Tarantino (Pulp Fiction, Inglourious Basterds) and Ridley...

Disney’s Representation of Asian Americans: Static or Improving?

Esha Singhai, Staff Writer October 29, 2020

     Asian Americans across the country excitedly packed theaters on Nov. 25th, 1992, awaiting the movie which would go on to shatter glass ceilings and the stigma that Asian Americans could not hold...

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