Joanne Oh

Joanne Oh

Joanne is a senior at La Canada High School. She is the editor in chief of her school's newspaper and a student writer for The Korean Daily. In her free time, she enjoys reading, watching Netflix, and playing the flute. Her favorite topics to write about include the environment and social justice issues.
Bhutan, the world’s only carbon negative country

Bhutan, the world’s only carbon negative country

Sandwiched between China and India is the country of Bhutan. At first glance, the country, with a population of less than 700,000 and spanning a mere 14,8000 square miles (about the size of Maryland), seems average at best, according to TEDx. However, its dedication...

Japan gives away free homes

Japan gives away free homes

Are you tired of searching for expensive apartments in LA? Do you want to live in Japan? Then you’re in luck, because there are empty homes in Japan, or akiya, up for grabs that are either almost or completely free. According to a 2013 government report, there are 8...

‘Fallout 76’ hits the shelves

‘Fallout 76’ hits the shelves

The Fallout video game franchise has been popular ever since “Fallout” (1997) was released by Bethesda Softworks. Since 1997, the Fallout franchise has continued, as “Fallout 76” was released on Nov. 14. “Fallout 76” went through testing before it was be released to...

Opinion: La Cañada in the world of competitive academics

Opinion: La Cañada in the world of competitive academics

Most students who graduate high school enter some form of higher education afterwards. But in La Cañada High School, the majority of people aim for elite institutions such as the Ivy League universities. This leads to toxic competition between students as they aim for...

Shocking number of Australian fresh fruits contain needles

Shocking number of Australian fresh fruits contain needles

A new crisis has emerged. On Sept. 9 in Australia, fresh fruit in supermarkets was found to contain sewing needles. Although the needles were mainly found in strawberries, they were also found in apples, mangos and bananas, according to the BBC. Who is the culprit...